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Average Flying Time13 hours 21 mins (Avg)
Airline FlyingEmirates, Singapore Airlines, Etihad Airways, Kuwait Airways, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Average Flying Kms10735 km (Avg)
Best Time to TravelJanuary, February, March, April, December
Time Zone UTC/GMT +8 hours
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 61.8987 PHP
Modes of TransportBus & tram,Car & motorcycle,Local transport
Why Fly to Manila
Top 10 Places to Visit
Largest of the islands, this lofty islet is notable for its history of battlefields and military significance. Pay a visit to see the several memorial grounds, the Japanese Garden of Peace and the Corregidor Lighthouse.
– Known to be the second most active volcano in Philippines, it is a popular site among thrill seekers and sightseers. Dominated in the middle of Taal Lake, the views of the volcano and the lake are simply mind-blowing.
Historical core of Manila, it is popularly referred as the ‘Walled City’ due to its 3-mile circuit massive stalls and fortifications. Visit the oldest part of Manila to uncover the stories colonization, natural disasters and many more.
The shrine is dedicated to one of the most renowned prophets and a national hero in Philippines during the Spanish colonial times. Pay a visit to see various memorabilia of Jose Rizal.
A significant defence fortress during the colonial period and World War II period, the fort is part of the Intramuros, Manila. It is also a memorial to all those who lost their lives fighting for liberation.
– Nestled within the heart of Intramuros, Casa Manila is a colonial house, which preserves the history of Spanish colonial era in the Philippines. The beautifully built opulent mansion reflects the best of Spanish colonial architecture.
A historical landmark and a UNESCO world heritage site, the church is a significant icon during the Spanish colonization. It is also considered as the first religious structure to be built in the island of Luzon.
Once a municipal cemetery for the elite Spanish families, later it became a burial ground for the victims of the cholera epidemic that blanketed the city. At present, bedsides the cemetery, it is a national park featuring an enormous recreational garden.
A major tourist attraction in Philippines, the museum features as a natural history and ethnography museum. Locate next to the Rizal Park and in close distant to Intramuros, the museum is rarely missed by tourists.
This is the country’s first marine theme park which boasts a themed park hotel, educational facility and an urban resort with marine life attractions. The park also features a 25 m long underwater tunnel to enjoy spectacular views of the marine life.