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There are several ways to get to L’Sirene, so don’t fret! Here are some transportation options
you and your friends might want to consider:

Address
Poblacion, Baler, Aurora

  1. Genesis Transport Bus
  2. Terminal: 704 EDSA corner New York St, Cubao, Quezon City
    Telephone Numbers: (02) 709-0803 / (02) 853-3115 / (02) 421-1422

  3. JoyBus (deluxe luxury) departs from Manila daily at 12:00am & 1:00am and costs P650-750 (~US$15)

  4. Features:

    • On Board Hostess
    • No Stops
    • On Board Hostess Comfort Room
    • Free Snacks
    • Wi-Fi
    • Free Blanket

  5. JoyBus (regular) is also a slightly more cost effective option. It departs daily from Manila at 2:30am, 4:00am, 5:30am, 7:00am and costs P450 (~US$10)

  6. Reference: http://www.surfingphilippines.com

    Genesis Transport Bus provides the only direct route to Baler from Metro Manila. Its terminal is located along EDSA in Pasay City and Cubao. For trip schedules and inquiries, visit their website Genesis Transport Inc.. Alternatively, take any bus which goes to Cabanatuan and from there, take a public utility van heading for Baler at the terminal, last trip of vans depends on numbers of passengers. The trip takes about two and a half hours.

    From the bus terminal in Baler, take a tricycle going to L'Sirene or (just tell the driver) the resort beside DPWH Aurora.



  7. If you go on your own, it usually takes 5 hours from Balintawak.

If using Waze, search DPWH Aurora. L’Sirene Boutique Resort is right beside it. From Manila, enter the North Expressway at Balintawak and exit at SCTEX (entry at LaPaz, Tarlac toll gate). From there, follow the highway leading to Aliaga and to Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija. From Cabanatuan City Proper, take the Nueva Ecija-Aurora highway, passing thru the towns of Talavera, Rizal, and Pantabangan until you reach the Aurora border, then thru the towns of Maria Aurora, San Luis, and finally, Baler. Beware of wild zigzagging roads, fast trucks and landslides during rainy season.

Note: It is advised not to take the old, dangerous road-- The Baler Bongabong-Road at night.

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