Lucban, Quezon is known for its annual Pahiyas Festival, which is held every May 15th in honor of San Isidro Labrado, the patron saint of the farmers. It is also known for its sumptuous and delectable Lucban longanisa and pancit habhab which you shouldn't miss when visiting Lucban.
How To Get To Lucban from Manila?
Via Manila-Calamba-Lucban Route
From Manila, take a bus bound for Sta. Cruz and alight at SM Calamba. Enter SM Calamba and look for the passenger van terminal where you can find the vans bound for Lucban.
Via Manila-Lucena-Lucban Route
From Manila, take a bus bound for Lucena City (Quezon). Several buses have daily trips to Lucena City, their passenger terminals can be found along EDSA-Kamuning in Quezon City, Buendia-Taft, Pasay-EDSA and Araneta Center in Cubao. Upon reaching Lucena Grand Central Terminal, take a Lucban bound jeepney or mini bus. It's just around 45 minute ride from the grand terminal depending on traffic condition. It is advisable to travel early in the morning to avoid heavy traffic congestion leading to the town of Lucban.
Via Manila-Sta. Cruz-Lucban Route
Take a bus going to Sta Cruz, Laguna, fare is around 120 pesos and travel time is 2 hours. There are bus companies located in Cubao or Buendia-Taft Ave. that ply daily the Manila-Sta. Cruz route. Get-off at Sta. Cruz and take a jeepney bound for Lucban.
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Via South Luzon Expressway
Take the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) and exit at Calamba exit. Pass through the towns of Calamba, Los Baños, Bay, Victoria, Pila, Sta Cruz, Pagsanjan, Cavinti, Luisiana and then to the town of Lucban. It is the first town in Quezon if you take this route.
SEE ALSO: LUCBAN PAHIYAS FESTIVAL 2016 Schedule of Activities, How To Get There, Things To Do and Suggested Itinerary
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