Fung Wah Bus Transportation

★★★☆☆
  • 700 Atlantic Ave# 35

    Boston, MA 02111

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  • 617-345-8000

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My husband purchased tickets online for the Fung Wah bus and when he arrived at South Station, the ticket agent would not accept the printed e-ticket. The ticket was printed from an email because we bought on one computer and emailed to another and could not print the attachment without opening it up. The agent spoke really fast and his English as well as his customer service skills were limited, therefore, we had to buy another ticket. Trying to get a refund has been a nightmare.

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★★☆☆☆

My husband purchased tickets online for the Fung Wah bus and when he arrived at South Station, the ticket agent would not accept the printed e-ticket. The ticket was printed from an email because we bought on one computer and emailed to another and could not print the attachment without opening it up. The agent spoke really fast and his English as well as his customer service skills were limited, therefore, we had to buy another ticket. Trying to get a refund has been a nightmare.

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It's great that you can go to NY almost anytime, any day, on this bus, for $15. But it's pretty shady, you never know what adventures you might end up on. When I first went, on the way back we made an unscheduled stop in Plymouth, RI.

Also, if you're going on a Fri/Sat/Sun, just take Greyhound from Boston University, for the same price and more reliability and English-speaking.

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★★★☆☆

It's great that you can go to NY almost anytime, any day, on this bus, for $15. But it's pretty shady, you never know what adventures you might end up on. When I first went, on the way back we made an unscheduled stop in Plymouth, RI.

Also, if you're going on a Fri/Sat/Sun, just take Greyhound from Boston University, for the same price and more reliability and English-speaking.

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This bus is really, really cheap. For just $30, you can get to New York City and back. Plus, they drive really quickly, often passing buses run by other companies. Unfortunately, there are certain risks involved, namely that their buses have been breaking down more frequently as of late. For $15 one way, though, you can't possibly find anything less expensive. Amtrak is really expensive, flying is really expensive, and other bus lines are more expensive. However, taking something like Greyhound to New York City is really inexpensive due to the competition with Fung Wah. Also, the Fung Wah bus even leaves from South Station now rather than from Chinatown, which is definitely an additional convenience.

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★★★★☆

This bus is really, really cheap. For just $30, you can get to New York City and back. Plus, they drive really quickly, often passing buses run by other companies. Unfortunately, there are certain risks involved, namely that their buses have been breaking down more frequently as of late. For $15 one way, though, you can't possibly find anything less expensive. Amtrak is really expensive, flying is really expensive, and other bus lines are more expensive. However, taking something like Greyhound to New York City is really inexpensive due to the competition with Fung Wah. Also, the Fung Wah bus even leaves from South Station now rather than from Chinatown, which is definitely an additional convenience.

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Three years ago, I took the Fung Wah to NYC every time. It was so cheap and ran all hours of the day. It still is, but now so are other lines like Greyhound that will drop you off at Port Authority as opposed to Chinatown, which can be pretty sketchy at night, especially if you don't know the area. Also, they've been catching on fire a lot lately, which doesn't speak much for their maintenance.

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★★☆☆☆

Three years ago, I took the Fung Wah to NYC every time. It was so cheap and ran all hours of the day. It still is, but now so are other lines like Greyhound that will drop you off at Port Authority as opposed to Chinatown, which can be pretty sketchy at night, especially if you don't know the area. Also, they've been catching on fire a lot lately, which doesn't speak much for their maintenance.

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If you want to go to New York City for a weekend skip that expensive Amtrak and try the Fung Wah Bus. Last time I road it was $10 each way but apparently the price has gone back up to $15. Regardless you can't do any better for the price. It tends to be dirty, poorly ventilated, and the driver's speed but it is cheap and get's the job done.

They run every hour in the evening so just show up, buy and ticket and hop on.

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★★★★☆

If you want to go to New York City for a weekend skip that expensive Amtrak and try the Fung Wah Bus. Last time I road it was $10 each way but apparently the price has gone back up to $15. Regardless you can't do any better for the price. It tends to be dirty, poorly ventilated, and the driver's speed but it is cheap and get's the job done.

They run every hour in the evening so just show up, buy and ticket and hop on.

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I took this bus from Boston - NY, it only costs $15.00 one way. Very cheap,however it is really dirty especially when you are force to use the rest room in the bus. Don't ever go into the restroom otherwise you will have a nightmare.
Another thing, even though you have the ticket they usually do first come first serve so come early so you can claim your seat. Otherwise, you have to wait for the next bus.

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★★★☆☆

I took this bus from Boston - NY, it only costs $15.00 one way. Very cheap,however it is really dirty especially when you are force to use the rest room in the bus. Don't ever go into the restroom otherwise you will have a nightmare.
Another thing, even though you have the ticket they usually do first come first serve so come early so you can claim your seat. Otherwise, you have to wait for the next bus.

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