PNR Train Stations Schedules, Fares and Prices
PNR a.k.a Philippine National Railways has been revamped and renovated after years and decades of having old and vintage trains and loss of some of its stations from operation and serving the public. Thanks to Japan’s donation of trains to form another fleet of railways. PNR train stations, schedules and prices are gonna be displayed in this page for those readers requesting about the latest PNR fares and time schedules of trips.
After the successful pilot opening of the new Bicol Express, PNR is expected to be active once again not only to those thrift travelers from Manila to Naga and other routes but also to those who want to experience the amazing feeling and adventure of riding on a sleeper train. Look at those new and fresh sleeper trains and cabins. It feels like traveling Singapore to Malaysia.
PNR status to railways seat availability are not yet fully booked as the new PNR from Tutuban to Bicol or Naga news, experience and trip escapade would have not yet sank in to majority of people’s knowledge. Since, I am spreading the great news about the Bicol Express and PNR train schedules and fares, I also want to take this opportunity to tell you guys that I’m also gonna blog about it on my lovely website.
So how much is the trip of PNR tickets going to Bicol from Manila? How much will it cost if I wanna ride on the sleeper train? Is it airconditioned? With wifi? What is the PNR train’s official website? I wanna go to Cam Sur, is there a route or station going there? What are the complete list of PNR stations and terminals in the country? Those are the questions I’ll answer for now together with the latest PNR station schedules and fares in the Philippines for 2013. Please bear in mind that I’m coming back here to update the fares when they change from time to time. You can visit anytime you want anyway.
Have you traveled using the PNR?
PNR Train Schedules Stations and Fares 2013
PNR Train Terminal Schedules
Manila to Bicol Route: 6:30pm at Tutuban Station
Bicol to Manila Route: 6:30pm at Naga Station
Approximated travel time: 12 hours
Take note that total travel time may increase especially due to slippery rails and some unexpected glitches in between stopovers. From a valid source, on his way back from Naga Camarines Sur to Tutuban Center, it took him almost 13 hours taking the Bicol express route. The recliner aircon was helpful though.
Manila to Bicutan, Taguig 6:00 to 6:37 for the air-conditioned coaches
Manila to Alabang, Muntinlupa 6:20 to 7:50 for the ordinary train trip
Manila to Alabang, Muntinlupa 3:45pm to 5:15pm for the air-conditioned train
Manila to Binan, Laguna 5:20pm to 7:20pm for the ordinary train
Approximated travel time: 2 hours from Tutuban to Binan
PNR Fares 2013:
Manila to Edsa P10.00
Manila to Bicutan P15.00
Manila to Sucat P20.00
Manila to Alabang P20.00
Manila to Naga and Naga to Manila Trip categories:
Reclining seats P548.00
Sleeper train P950 (P665:00 for the promo)
Executive sleepers P1,425 (P997.50 for the promo)
For reservations and ticket sales, you may contact PNR thru Telephone Numbers: +63.2.319.0041 ext. 122
PNR Official website is still under construction and if you’re searching bout PNR list of fares for 2013 and the time of departure and arrival of your choice of route, it’s not possible to view them at their website as it’s not yet live and available.
Complete List of PNR Train Stations and Terminals
Asistio Avenue Station
San Pedro Station
Del Gallego Station
Pacita Complex Station
Golden City 1 Station
Godofredo Reyes Sr.
Sta Rosa Station
Banga Caves Station
Golden City 2 Station
Sta. Mesa Station
Naga City Station
San Andres Station
Vito Cruz Station
Los Baños Station
San Pablo City Station
Pasay Road Station
FTI Taguig City Station
The famous PNR Bicol Express route from Tutuban to Naga City. Though the old network of PNR trips serve vintage facilities, this time PNR serves its passengers with more comfort and convenience. Sleeper train , reclining seats and air-conditioned fleets are now available. I wanna try the sleeper train so much. I am gonna post my experience soon when I tried this new awesome ride. See ya!