Pin on PinterestHomeAsiaSoutheast AsiaPhilippinesPhilippine Airports – Terminal Fees, Travel Tax & Flights – 2017 By Marcos Detourist. Updated on May 14, 2017.See tips on Philippines airports & flights before you fly. Read essential things to know about terminal fees, travel tax and more, for first-time travelers. Pin on PinterestTransiting through an airport in the Philippines? There are some important things you should know before going on your flight.Read this airport guide/cheatsheet that includes a lot of helpful tips for departing and arriving passengers.Airport fees and taxesFirst, we will start with an overview of fees that you might have to pay if you are going on a flight in the Philippines. Scroll down to see the list of terminal fees and extra tips for individual airports.Airport terminal fee — This fee, also called the “Philippine passenger service charge,” is paid by departing passenger at selected airports in the country. This exit fee ranges from P50 to P200 per person for domestic flights or P550 to P700 per person for international flights. It is collected in cash, in Philippine Pesos only, at the airport, after check-in or before boarding.You do not have to pay the terminal fee if you are on a flight from Manila, Caticlan (Boracay), or a domestic flight from Cebu. It should already be paid for / included in the plane ticket price, at the time of booking.Philippine Travel Tax — Citizens of the Philippines on international departures may be required to pay this travel tax at the airport. The full fee is P1,620 for passengers on economy class plane tickets and P2,700 when flying in first class. The Philippine Travel Tax is mostly not applicable to transit passengers and non-immigrant foreign tourists traveling in the Philippines on a short visit. If you need more information, go to tieza.gov.ph for the full details.The airport terminal fee and Philippine Travel Tax, mentioned above, does not apply to arriving passengers.Popular Philippine AirportsRead this list for terminal fees and helpful tips on popular airports in the Philippines.Airport (IATA Code)Terminal fee collected at airportManila-NAIA (MNL)Included in flight ticket.Cebu-Mactan (CEB)Domestic – Included in flight ticket. International – P750.Kalibo (KLO)Domestic – P200. International – P700.Boracay-Caticlan (MPH)Included in flight ticket.Clark (CRK)Domestic – P150. International – P600.Davao (DVO)Domestic – P200. International – P700.Iloilo (ILO)Domestic – P200. International – P700.Cagayan de Oro (CGY)Domestic – P200.Bacolod (BCD)Domestic – P200.Puerto Princesa (PPS), PalawanDomestic – P200.Tagbilaran (TAG), BoholDomestic – P100.Scroll down to see the other airports in the Philippines.Manila-NAIA International Airport (MNL)The terminal fee is not collected at Manila Airport for both domestic and international flights. It should already be paid for / included in the plane ticket price, at the time of booking.How to go — The airport is located in Pasay and Parañaque, Metro Manila. To get to your destination in the metro / city center, you can either ride a taxi or shuttle.By taxi — Go on a yellow metered airport taxi or the fixed-rate coupon taxi. You can also use Uber or Grab Taxi mobile apps, which are very popular in Manila. If you’re a first-timer in Manila, do not get the regular white taxi because they are known to overcharge passengers with exorbitant prices. Metered taxi rates and travel time vary greatly depending on traffic jams, which almost always happens, and distance to your destination.By shuttle — To get to the MRT / LRT train station, you can ride the airport shuttle bus (P20 fare) from Terminal 3. To get to other parts of the metro, check out the new UBE Shuttle Bus SystemBy train — The MRT / LRT train network in Manila is not connected to the airport. You have to go by shuttle or taxi to the nearest station, LRT-EDSA Station / MRT-Taft Station.Private transfers — Check out these packages that you can book online if you want to enjoy private airport transfers.Airport – Makati or Manila area private transferPrivate car airport transfer to Makati, Manila, Taguig, Paranaque or Pasay.Private car airport transfer to Las Pinas, Ortigas, Mandaluyong, San Juan, Pateros or Pasig.Private car airport transfer to Quezon City or Alabang.How to go between the terminals — There is a regular shuttle service that loops around the different airport terminals (Terminals 1, 2, 3, 4) including an air-side shuttle (available only for passengers with connecting flights) and an exclusive air-side shuttle for Philippine Airlines passengers.Book your stay — For a comfortable and convenient stay, book a room in Resortsworld Manila area / Newport City located right across the street from Terminal 3. Or, Manila Bay / Entertainment city area, which is conveniently connected to Terminal 3 via the newly opened skyway. Click the links below to find out where to stay near Manila airport.Hotels near Manila AirportCheck ratesOne Palmtree VillasBudget | Newport City, PasayCheck RatesWings Transit LoungeBudget | Manila Airport Terminal 3Check RatesRed Planet AseanaBudget | Manila BayCheck RatesRemington Hotel Mid-range | Newport City, PasayCheck RatesBelmont Hotel ManilaMid-range | Newport City, PasayCheck RatesCity of Dreams – NobuSplurge | Manila BayCheck RatesSolaire Resort & CasinoSplurge | Manila BayCheck RatesMarriott Hotel Manila Splurge | Newport City, PasayCheck RatesMactan–Cebu International Airport (CEB)The Cebu Airport passenger terminal fee is P750 per person for international flights. If you are on an domestic flight, you do not have to pay the terminal fee since it should already be paid for / included in the plane ticket price, at the time of booking.How to go — Cebu Airport, located in Mactan Island, is around 15 kilometers away from the center of Cebu City. Travel time may take 1 hour or more, depending on traffic jams, especially crossing Mandaue. Without traffic, the drive should take around 45 minutes.Private transfers — Check out these packages that you can book online if you want to enjoy private airport transfers.Cebu Airport – Cebu City private car 24-hour transfersBy public transport — By public transport, ride the airport multicab to Mactan Marina Mall. From there, you can find a jeep that can take you to Cebu City.Book your stay — Click the links below to find out where to stay or book a cheap room nearby.Hotels near Cebu AirportCheck ratesThe Stopover Hostel – Mactan Budget Backpacker | MactanCheck RatesAnthurium Inn Budget Backpacker | MactanCheck RatesPark Hill Hotel Mactan Budget | MactanCheck RatesGoldberry Suites & Hotel Mid-range | MactanCheck RatesDulcinea Hotel and Suites Mid-range | MactanCheck RatesWaterfront Airport Hotel and Casino MactanSplurge | MactanCheck RatesKalibo International Airport (KLO)The Kalibo Airport passenger terminal fee is P200 per person for domestic flights or P700 per person for international flights.How to go — Kalibo airport is located near the town center, just 4 kilometers away or under 10-minutes by car. Travel time to Boracay takes around 1 hour.By shuttle — If you are headed to Boracay, you can either take a 1-hour shuttle or bus to Caticlan Jetty Port, where you can find ferries that go to Boracay Island. You can find them outside the arrivals area or book the trip online easily.Transfers to Boracay — Check out these packages that you can book online if you want to enjoy hassle-free transfers.Kalibo Airport to Boracay transfer including Caticlan jetty fees, ferry ticket, environmental taxes, welcome drink and face towel.By public transport — Ride a multicab by taking a short walk to the highway or hire a tricycle from the airport. Then, drop off near the bus / shuttle terminal.Book your stay — Click the links below to find out where to stay including cheap options nearby.Hotels near Kalibo AirportCheck ratesAranas-Carillo Travellers InnBudget | Kalibo Town ProperCheck RatesZapa Inn – D’ Sapa LodgeBudget | Kalibo Town ProperCheck RatesPapierus Pensionne Budget | Kalibo Town ProperCheck RatesDiscover Boracay Hotel Mid-range | Kalibo International Airport ComplexCheck RatesBoracay-Caticlan Airport (MPH)The Boracay Airport does not collect the passenger terminal fee upon flight check-in. It should already be paid for / included in the plane ticket price, at the time of booking.How to go — Caticlan Airport, located in Malay, Aklan, is barely one kilometer away from Caticlan Jetty Port. You can take a shuttle, tricycle or even walk if you are not bringing heavy luggage. Go on a short ferry ride from the jetty port. Then, ride a shuttle or multicab to your resort / destination in Boracay Island.Transfers to Boracay — Check out these packages that you can book online if you want to enjoy hassle-free airport transfers.Caticlan Airport to Boracay transfer including Caticlan jetty fees, ferry ticket, environmental taxes, welcome drink and face towel.Book your stay — There some options to stay near the airport, but most of them are not good. Head straight to Boracay if you can. If you get stuck in town, click the links below to find out where to stay nearby.Hotels near Boracay AirportCheck ratesEl Chielo HotelBudget | CaticlanCheck RatesTorres LodgeBudget | CaticlanCheck RatesMangoRiders Beach ClubMid-range | CaticlanCheck RatesClark International Airport (CRK)The Clark Airport passenger terminal fee is P150 per person for domestic flights or P600 per person for international flights.How to go — Clark Airport is around 15 kilometers away from Angeles City proper or 95 kilometers from Manila. Travel time is approximately 2 hours.Shuttle bus — You can find shuttle buses parked outside the terminal to take you to Metro Manila..By public transport — By public transport, you can ride a jeepney to Dau Terminal near Angeles City Center and go on bus from there to Manila, Baguio, and other places in North Luzon.Hotels near Clark AirportCheck ratesDavao International Airport (DVO)The Davao Airport passenger terminal fee is P200 per person for domestic flights or P700 per person for international flights.How to go — Davao Airport is around 10 kilometers away from Davao City Center. You can ride a metered taxi, which takes around 30 to 45 minutes.By public transport — Take a short walk to the airport gate / main road and ride a jeepney to the city center.Hotels near Davao AirportCheck ratesIloilo International Airport (ILO)The Iloilo Airport passenger terminal fee is P200 per person for domestic flights or P700 per person for international flights.How to go — Iloilo Airport, located in Cabatuan-Santa Barbara is around 20 kilometers away from Iloilo City proper. Travel time is around 25 to 40 minutes.By shuttle / taxi / public transport — From the airport, you can ride a shuttle or taxi to get to Iloilo City. By public transport, ride an airport multicab to the highway / airport gate. Then, ride a jeepney to the city.Hotels near Iloilo AirportCheck ratesCagayan de Oro-Laguindingan Airport (CGY)The Laguindingan Airport passenger terminal fee is P200 per person.How to go — Cagayan de Oro Airport, located in the Laguindingan town, Misamis Oriental, is around 35 kilometers away from Cagayan de Oro City proper. Travel time to Cagayan de Oro or Iligan cities takes up to 1 hour.By shuttle / taxi / public transport — You can easily find a taxi or shuttle to get to Cagayan de Oro or Iligan from the arrivals area.Hotels near Cagayan de Oro AirportCheck ratesBacolod-Silay International Airport (BCD)The Bacolod-Silay Airport passenger terminal fee is P200 per person.How to go — Bacolod Airport, located in Silay City, Negros Occidental, is around 18 kilometers away from Bacolod City proper. Travel time takes approximately 30 to 45 minutes.By shuttle / taxi / public transport — You can take a taxi or shuttle to get to Bacolod City. You can also ride a tricycle to Silay City proper. From there, you can find a jeepney that can take you to Bacolod City.Hotels near Bacolod-Silay AirportCheck ratesPuerto Princesa International Airport (PPS)The Puerto Princesa Airport passenger terminal fee is P200 per person.How to go — Puerto Princesa Airport, located in Palawan, is located right within city proper. Puerto Princesa has a small city center, so getting around usually takes 15-minutes or less.By shuttle / public transport — There are shuttle vans stationed near the arrivals area that can take you directly to El Nido and other towns in the island. Or, go on a tricycle from the arrival area or airport exit gate to get to your destination in the city.Hotels near Puerto Princesa AirportCheck ratesBook nowTagbilaran Airport (TAG)The Tagbilaran Airport passenger terminal fee is P150 per person.How to go — Tagbilaran Airport is located on the outskirts of the city. Travel time takes around 30 minutes to 45 minutes to Alona Beach and other popular beaches in Panglao Island.By shuttle / taxi / public transport — Ride a shuttle van, taxi or tricycle from the arrivals area. Or, ride a tricycle to Dao Bus Terminal (near Island City Mall). Then, go on a jeepney commute to Panglao.By ferry — Tagbilaran ferry port is less than 10 minutes away from the airport by shuttle / taxi.Check out these ferry tickets that you can book online:Bohol – Cebu ferry ticket on Oceanjet.Bohol – Cebu ferry ticket on Supercat.Hotels near Tagbilaran AirportCheck ratesOther airports in the Philippines are listed by island group below.Luzon Airports (North Philippines)AirportTerminal FeeTravel tipsBasco (BSO)P100 Basco Town Proper — 750 m; 3 minsHotels near Basco AirportCheck ratesBusuanga-Coron (USU)P100Coron Town Proper — 22 km; 20 minsHotels near Busuanga AirportCheck ratesCauayan (CYZ)P100Cauayan City Proper — 3.5 km; 10 minsHotels near Cauayan AirportCheck ratesLaoag (LAO)P200Laoag City Proper — 7.5 km; 15 minsHotels near Laoag AirportCheck ratesLegazpi (LGP)P150Legazpi City Proper — 3.5 km; 10 minsHotels near Legazpi AirportCheck ratesMasbate (MBT)P100Masbate City Center — 850 m; 2 minsHotels near Masbate AirportCheck ratesNaga (WNP)P100Naga City Proper — 11 km; 24 minsHotels near Naga AirportCheck ratesRomblon-Tablas (TBH)P100San Agustin Pier — 34 km; 34 minsOdiongan Town Proper — 25 kmHotels near Romblon AirportCheck ratesSan Jose (SJI)P150San Jose Town Proper — 2.5 km; 5 minsHotels near San Jose AirportCheck ratesTuguegarao (TUG)P150Tuguegarao City Proper — 4 km; 10 minsHotels near Tuguegarao AirportCheck ratesVirac (VRC)P100 Virac Town Proper — 3 km; 6 minsHotels near Virac AirportCheck ratesVisayas Airports (Central Philippines)AirportTerminal FeeTravel tipsCalbayog (CYP)P50Calbayog City Proper — 6 km; 11 minsHotels near Calbayog AirportCheck ratesCatarman (CRM)P100Catarman Town Proper — 2 km; 6 minsHotels near Catarman AirportCheck ratesDumaguete-Sibulan (DGT)P150Dumaguete Boulevard — 3.5 km; 10 minsHotels near Dumaguete AirportCheck ratesTacloban (TAC)P150Leyte Provincial Capitol — 10.5 km; 23 minsHotels near Tacloban AirportCheck ratesTagbilaran (TAG)P100Bohol Provincial Capitol — 2 km; 8 minsAlona Beach, Panglao — 22 km; 26 minsHotels near Bohol AirportCheck ratesMindanao Airports (South Philippines)AirportTerminal FeeTravel tipsButuan (BXU)P150Guingona Park — 12.3 km; 17 minsHotels near Butuan AirportCheck ratesCamiguin (CGM)P50Mambajao Municipal Hall — 1.3 km; 13 minsHotels near Camiguin AirportCheck ratesCotabato (CBO)P150Cotabato City Plaza — 9.1 km; 13 minsDipolog (DPL)P150Dipolog Cathedral — 1.8 km; 4 minsHotels near Dipolog AirportCheck ratesGeneral Santos (GES)P150General Santos City Hall — 14.5km; 23 minsHotels near General Santos AirportCheck ratesJolo (JOL)P100Jolo Municipal Hall — 1.5km; 4 minsOzamiz (OSZ)P100Immaculate Concepcion Cathedral — 4.8 km; 10 minsHotels near Ozamiz AirportCheck ratesPagadian (PAG)P150Pagadian City Hall — 6.5 km; 10 minsHotels near Pagadian AirportCheck ratesSiargao (IAO)P150Dapa Ferry Terminal — 15 km; 20 minsCloud 9 Boardwalk, General Luna — 32 km; 43 minsHotels near Siargao AirportCheck ratesSurigao (SUG)P150Surigao City Hall — 4.5 km; 8 minsHotels near Surigao AirportCheck ratesTandag (TDG)P100Tandag City Proper — 4 km; 8 minsHotels near Tandag AirportCheck ratesTawi-Tawi (SGS)P50Bongao Municipal Hall — 6 km; 8 minsHotels near Tawi-Tawi AirportCheck ratesZamboanga (ZAM)P150Zamboanga City Hall — 3.5 km; 9 minsHotels near Zamboanga AirportCheck ratesDon’t leave yet. 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The red lights means occupied and the green lights means vacant.Reply Sarah saysMay 4, 2016 at 9:19 pmDo you know the current terminal fee for departure from Tagbilaran airport?Reply Marcos Detourist saysMay 4, 2016 at 9:56 pmTerminal fee at Tagbilaran Airport is P100Reply budy saysMay 15, 2016 at 5:40 pmHi. I am budy from Indonesia. I would like to ask you related airport tax terminal fee and philippines travel tax. I booked the ticket from Jakarta to Manila (transit). And then Manila to Seoul. I am foreign passport holder. Should I pay airport tax terminal fee and phillipines travel tax? Thanks ☺Reply Marcos Detourist saysMay 15, 2016 at 5:53 pmHey Budy,If you have a single journey ticket, I’m not sure if you have to pay, but if you are changing airlines or if you’re required to check-in for your next flight then you may have to pay the international terminal fee. The Philippine travel tax is mostly for Philippine residents.Reply gloria estocada saysMay 15, 2016 at 11:38 pmtaxinternational travel is 1,620 in pesos thats the full payment is it require to pay even after 6months you arrived in manila and you are going out again another 1,620Reply Marcos Detourist saysMay 16, 2016 at 3:37 amHello Gloria,If you are required to pay the PH travel tax, you may have to pay this fee for every departure regardless of the time between your flights. It is charged specifically for every plane ticket. You can read more info about it at http://tieza.gov.ph/travel-tax/.Reply allan catalan saysJune 4, 2016 at 3:21 pmwas their another charges aside from travel tax, terminal fee. going to hongkong.. the so called TIEZA??Reply Marcos Detourist saysJune 4, 2016 at 4:38 pmThose are the only charges you need to pay at the airport if you are departing on an international flight from the PhilippinesReply Michelle saysAugust 7, 2016 at 7:25 pmHi,I am an OFW in Dubai and i will take my vacation to Philippines this August, I already have my OEC and as part of my vacation itenerary, I am planning also to take a short visit/tour to Singapore from Philippines, Ijust want to ask , should I pay travel tax and terminal fee upon exiting Philippines going to Singapore for this tour? Awaiting your reply… Thank you so much :)Reply Camelot isip saysOctober 18, 2016 at 6:00 pmHello,im planning to tour in mumbai,india…how much is my travel tax? will be departuring at naia international airport…thank youReply Elizabeth Buhay saysDecember 14, 2016 at 6:53 pmim already travel to india last 2015 of august,do i need to pay another travel tax f i go there again this dec?Reply Marcos Detourist saysDecember 14, 2016 at 7:18 pmAs far as I know, Philippine citizens pay PH travel tax for every international departure, kahit same day pa yung pag uwi mo and travel international ulit.Reply kenshe saysFebruary 1, 2017 at 4:48 pmhi, im an OFW , me and my mom and bb will travel to HK for holiday via CEbupacific airways in the tkts it says passenger service charge and TAXES AND FEES PH Passenger Service Charge – PHP 491.07 – is this the terminal fee? Hong Kong Airport Construction Fee – PHP 577.94 Air Passenger Departure Tax – PHP 770.59 – is this the travel tax? Security Surcharge – PHP 288.97 and i want to ask also , since im OFW am i exempted with this taxes (terminal and travel tax going to HK for holiday?)Reply Marcos Detourist saysFebruary 1, 2017 at 9:52 pmHi Kenshe,I’ll breakdown the list so it’s easier to go through them.PH Passenger Service Charge – PHP 491.07 – is this the terminal fee?This I believe is the PH airport terminal fee. There should be another item called the “PH PSC Value Added Tax: 58.93,” which usually amounts to P58.93. So, the total is the P550 terminal fee.This terminal fee should be refundable for OFWs with OEC.Air Passenger Departure Tax – PHP 770.59 – is this the travel tax?This is a HK$120 fee charged in Hong Kong, not in the Philippines. So, passengers applicable for the PH Travel Tax have to pay at the airport.If anyone reading can confirm, please do!Reply Lovelie rodriguez saysFebruary 19, 2017 at 5:12 amHi i am traveling to singapore next week. First time ko.. Magkanu babayaran kong travel tax, and do i need to pay terminal fees?. Mejo nervous kc aq as a first timer eh,, sana matulungan m ko.. Saka do i need to fill up embarkation card and where to get it ba… Your reply is going to be a good help.,Reply Marcos Detourist saysFebruary 23, 2017 at 5:27 pmP1,620 po yung travel tax per person for economy class tickets. Sa airport po yan binabayaran. Kung galing ka Manila Airport, hindi na kelangan mag bayad ng terminal fee sa airport kase nabayaran na po yan sa ticket.Yung embarkation card before arriving in Singapore, usually dini-distribute po yan during the flight. Sakali wala sa flight mo, naka lagay lang yan sa immigration checkpoint sa Singapore.Safe trip Lovelie!Reply Jane Nisperos saysMarch 5, 2017 at 5:43 amHi, Next week is my departure going to Saudi and I visit my hubby. How much to pay the terminal fee? ThanksReply Marcos Detourist saysMarch 9, 2017 at 5:00 amIf you are departing from Manila. There is no terminal fee charged at the airport. The fee is already paid for when you bought the ticket.Reply Jason Wright saysMarch 17, 2017 at 5:15 amHello Marcos. My wife (Philippine citizen & Philippine passport holder) is flying out of NAIA terminal 2 for UK settlement. Does she have to pay travel tax?Reply Marcos Detourist saysMarch 17, 2017 at 3:31 pmI’m not sure Jason. Better check the TIEZA website or contact them to confirm.Reply ALLAN saysApril 23, 2017 at 12:15 amHello. I am a singaporean I will be going to davao for a 1 week holiday. I just want to check do I need to pay for the airport tax for my arrival and departure when I go back to singaporeReply Marcos Detourist saysApril 23, 2017 at 8:56 amYou don’t need to pay the terminal fee when you arrive in the Philippines. If you’re flying out of Davao, you need to pay the terminal fee at the airport. If you’re flying from Manila, no need to pay. The fee is already included in the ticket price. See the list of terminal fee prices above.Reply Riza saysMay 12, 2017 at 2:03 pmHi Sir,I’m travelling to Vietnam with my Swedish husband flying from Manila to Hanoi.Does he need to pay travel tax fee, P1,620? He has 9a/Tourist Visa, non-immigrant but stays here in Philippines since 2015 and only do tourist visa extension every 2 mos to stay legally here.Thanks!Riza from GenSanReply Marcos Detourist saysMay 12, 2017 at 2:09 pmHello Riza,I’m not sure if he is required to pay. Best to contact TIEZA to be sure.Enjoy your trip!Reply Luigi saysMay 14, 2017 at 12:12 pmThere seems to be a bit of a confusion (mix up) here … Under “Airport terminal fee” you wrote: “You do not have to pay the terminal fee if you are on a flight from Manila, Caticlan (Boracay), or a domestic flight from Cebu.” and again under “Popular Philippine Airports” you wrote: Cebu-Mactan (CEB) Domestic – Included in flight ticket. International – P750. But … under “Mactan–Cebu International Airport (CEB)” you wrote: “The Cebu Airport passenger terminal fee is P750 per person for domestic flights. If you are on an international flight, you do not have to pay the terminal fee since it should already be paid for / included in the plane ticket price, at the time of booking.” This is the total opposite of the first two. So which is correct? Also if you go international but is required to change plane, like Cebu to Manila, then Manila to Bangkok, do you have to first pay Domestic then International terminal fees or do you pay the International terminal fee twice? Once in Cebu (750) and again (as included in ticket) in Manila?Reply Marcos Detourist saysMay 14, 2017 at 5:17 pmThe first one is correct. Thanks for pointing out the error Luigi.Just did a mock online booking for a Cebu-Manila-Bangkok flight, only the P750 PH international terminal fee shows up on the receipt. So, you might have to pay the terminal fee (for international flights) ONLY ONCE & it’s already included in the total price, upon purchase. This assumes that the whole journey is on a single plane ticket, and not two separate tickets.If you booked a Cebu – Manila flight ticket, and another Manila – Bangkok flight ticket … You might have to pay the domestic terminal fee in Cebu, and international terminal fee in Manila. Both should already be included in the total price, upon purchase. So, you don’t need to pay at the airport. If both flights are on the same airline, on the same day, best to ask the airport/airline staff if you can get a refund for your Cebu-Manila terminal fee… If they are on different airlines & on different dates, you will need to pay both.You only pay the international terminal fee once.Reply Janyl saysMay 18, 2017 at 12:02 pmHello po, magandang araw pupunta po ako ng dubai by july… Aside from plane ticket, terminal fee and travel tax may babayaran pa po ba ako. Thank you po.Reply Marcos Detourist saysMay 18, 2017 at 9:37 pmYun lang po mga babayaran sa Manila Airport.ReplyStart A TripSee travel guides and blogs about the Philippines and beyond.