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Fung Wah Transport Vans Incorporated - 14 Reviews - 141 Canal St, New York, NY - Limousines & Shuttles Reviews - Phone (212) 334-0088

Fung Wah Transport Vans Incorporated

141 Canal St
New York, NY 10002
(212) 334-0088
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Fung Wa is a fantastic service that is a Chinatown to Chinatown shuttle bus between New York and Boston. The trip takes about 5 to 6 hours total and is a little bumpy, as is any b...


If you really want a cheap ride to Boston for 10 bucks you should buy your ticket at fung wah bus. it's the same as riding grey hound, and there is probably less of a chance that...

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Cheap and convenient way to Boston 10/25/2006

I found that this bus to and from Boston smells and looks a bit better than Lucky Star, the other Boston-NY line. Its really no quicker but that's up to traffic. It's cheap and the website is user friendly. The temperature is well regulated and you can't find a cheaper way to travel. Probably renting a car would take even longer. more

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get there cheap 4/10/2006

Fung Wah, which only goes to Boston, and other bus company of the likes, has gotten me to my necessary destinations more times than I can count. For the times I got really bored and wanted to go to Boston for a day (or 2) trip, Fung Wah got me there very cheaply. If you would like to go to Philadelphia or D.C. or basically anywhere with a Chinatown, these buses will get you there for under 20 dollars. Although, these buses are not as safe or clean or comfortable as a greyhound bus, if you wanna get there with enough money to enjoy your trip, Fung Wah is the way to go! more

cheap 12/29/2005

If you really want a cheap ride to Boston for 10 bucks you should buy your ticket at fung wah bus. it's the same as riding grey hound, and there is probably less of a chance that they will be a delay unalike greyhound. however, it comes to the point of whether you're willing to risk the fact that these buses aren't known for their safety. it is well known that these buses are not well know for their fire safety. however, i have taken these buses often for cheap rides to boston, and they are pretty dependable. more

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Cheap way to get to Boston and back! 10/10/2005

Fung Wah Bus is a fantastic way to get from New York to Boston (from Chinatown to Chinatown) for really cheap: 15 dollars each way! It's a great deal, and the trip is as reasonable in time as any bus ride is. There is usually a pit stop somewhere half way along the way. The people are very regimented, so you have to make sure that you are ready for the bus at the time it's leaving. Get tickets before the make sure you can be on the bus you want. Online tickets can be bought also. more

awesome price for NY to Boston 10/10/2005

I heard about this bus service from my chinese teacher and was so impressed with it. $15.00 each way from NY to Boston plus you can make your reservations online. I have heard of other buses leaving from Chinatown but I was impressed with the cleanliness of the bus. My only negative is that I wish the service left from somewhere more midtown. but if you want to save yourself the hassle of traffic and the cost of gas this is the best way to get to Boston! more

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Best way to get to Boston! Cheap! 10/6/2005

Fung Wa is a fantastic service that is a Chinatown to Chinatown shuttle bus between New York and Boston. The trip takes about 5 to 6 hours total and is a little bumpy, as is any bus, but the ride is as pleasant as any bus - and it's really really cheap. For only fifteen dollars each way you can be all the way in Boston, MA. That's cheaper than a cap uptown! You can get tickets online too at more

boston anyone 10/6/2005

Want to visit boston? Dont want to pay the high price of amtrak, greyhound or airliners? Well, Fung Wah Transportation which is located by teh Manhattan Bridge can bring you to Boston for a low price. How does 20 or 30 dollars for a round trip sound? Great? Good. Thats how much Fung Wah charge you for teh trip. How can you find a better deal than that? more

a good alternative for traveling to boston 8/15/2005

If you go to college in boston or go to boston offten then this bus company may be for you. It is usually cheap 15 dollars and gets you to or from new york in 4-5 hrs flat depending on traffic. At times, it is a little sketch but the service is extremely reliable. Although during peak hours everything gets crazy. You are better off waking really early in the moring and taking the 7 am bus. Trust me on that. more

Cheap Bus to Boston 8/15/2005

I have been riding Fung Wah buses for years. Buses run every hour on the hour from like 6 AM until midnight, to and from Boston. They leave NYC's Chinatown, and travel directly to Boston South Street terminal. A round trip costs $30. I think it would cost more in gas alone at this even if you have a car, this is cheap. They have the same coach buses as greyhound or any other line, and share the terminal with all of them in Boston, but they do not connect to Port Authority in NY, only Chinatown. more

I say Chinatown Bus, but go with Fung Wah specifically 8/4/2005

I say go with the Chinatown bus, but be careful what company. I've never had a problem with Fung Wah - it was cleaner and nicer than Greyhound - but the one time I took the Apex line the whole bus smelled like pee. The other positive aspect of the Chinatown buses is that they're only recently well known, so you're likely to be riding with people who live in Chinatown and students, while every obnoxious, smelly, loud drunk knows about Greyhound and will head straight to Port Authority. I've definitely had more peaceful rides with fellow Chinatown bus riders. A side note though: be sure to look at a map of the city you're going to before you arrive, as the buses pretty much just drop you on a corner as opposed to a centrally located big bus station. more

Take a Break from New York, Go to Boston 7/26/2005

The "Chinatown Buses" are the best thing to happen to East Coast college students, and other people low on funds, since Ramen Noodles. Fung Wah bus company only shuttles to Boston (other services to to D.C. and Philadelphia), and it's rates are comparable to the other services ($20 round trip). Buses leave from Chinatown, NY every hour and are every bit as nice, if not nicer than Greyhound. I've taken it several times, and once took another bus company to DC (the other bus was awful and smelly), and the Fung Wah bus was always clean, on time and made great time. And I don't remember the bathrooms being terrible, so as far as bus bathrooms go they must have been okay. Evening buses fill up fast on the weekend. You can show up to buy tickets (usually sold out of a storefront at the departure address), but I recommend reserving them through the website ahead of time. more

vans 7/18/2005

Do you have a group of friends or family visiting you in the city? I have had to travel with a group from the airport, and we rented a van. It worked out wonderfully. The cost is inexpensive and the service is pretty reliable. Sure, the van may not be a luxury vehicle, but it does the trick. more

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Incredible Deals for Travel to Boston or DC from New York 3/18/2005

I love the Chinatown buses. They're the greatest travel deals in the Western hemisphere. Certainly not luxury travel but for $30 round trip to Boston (yes, that's $30 round trip) what do you expect. And they're not really as confusing as this otherwise excellent piece implies: Fung Wah is the granddaddy in this space, but you can go here for links to all the companies: more

$10!!!!! 9/30/2004

this was nuts. i took the bus from beantown to nyc - but i had all this shit with me so i took a cab back to brooklyn - and it cost me more to get from chinatown to ft greene (13) than all the way from boston. luckily i totally cut on the way in the bus to get a window seat - away from the toilet - an absolute must. more
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    Chinatown, Downtown