Biyaheroes: An Online Bus Booking System

Traveling during peak periods, like the Holiday season, things could be a bit troublesome for commuters. Problems arise when it comes to finding a seat on a bus to your preferred destination or catching a trip to your home province. It’s not as easy as booking an Uber or Grab and get a ride in an instant but there’s a way to book tickets online through Biyaheroes.


Biyaheroes is an online booking service for local travelers covering both land and sea trips to key areas in the country. They have trips all the way up to the northern provinces and down south in Davao City. Just like when booking a plane ticket on your favorite airline’s portal, you can select your origin and destination, the number of seats, and travel date. You also have the option to book a two-way or round-trip tickets and have a specific drop-off point if you’re not heading exactly to the terminal.


To book, simply head to their landing page at Booking is fairly easy and their website is friendly that’ll assist you throughout the process. For a step-by-step guide on how to book, they have posted a blog post which is available in Filipino (read here) or English (read here).


Like with most online transactions, there are various ways to pay for your ticket. You can conveniently pay with your credit/debit card through PayPal. If you don’t want to use your cards, you can also transact through any major bank via mobile banking, over-the-counter deposit as well as payment centers like LBC, Cebuana Lhullier, SM Bills Payment through Dragonpay. If there’s a 7-11 branch nearby, you may also pay for it there.


If you are a frequent booker, you can earn a Biyaheroes point for every P100 worth of ticket you avail. You can use your points for your next booking as a discount. Plus, some trips offer perks and freebies like a free bottled water or even an umbrella.

The Biyaheroes team continues to add more partners and trip destinations nationwide. Remember, if you’re planning a trip soon, check out the listing Biyaheroes to avoid the hassle of last minute woes.

Louie Diangson
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  1. Hello.. do you have available seats bound to roxas city capiz?

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