Historic and bustling Manila is the primary flight hub in the Philippines
Metro Manila Skyline
Fort Santiagao, Intramuros
Spanish-colonial Bahay Na Bato-style building
San Augstin Church
San Agustin Church interiors
Intramuros Walled City
Intramuros Rooftop Bar & Restaurant
Rizal Monument & Park
Makati Central Business District
Greenbelt Mall Makati
Makati Skyline at Dusk
Bonifacio High Street
Metro Manila Skyline Silhouette
Metro Manila Sunset
Manila Bay promedande
Dinagyang Festival warriors
Cultural Center of the Philippines
Manila American Cemetery
Paco Park & Cemetery
Manila City Hall & Bonifacio Monument
Manila Metropolitan Theater
Star City Amusement Park
La Mesa Watershed
Quezon Memorial Circle
Mall of Asia
Mall of Asia Fireworks Show
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How to go to Manila?
Manila-NAIA International Airport serves direct flights from major cities in Southeast Asia, East Asia, Middle East, Australia & North America West Coast as well as limited connections from Europe.
And, an extensive domestic flight network that spans the whole country.
The airport’s busiest international destinations are Hong Kong (2 hours), Singapore (3.5 hours), Seoul (4 hours), Tokyo (4.5 hours) and Taipei (2 hours), Shanghai (3 hours), Macau (2 hours), and Kuala Lumpur (4 hours).
These routes are operated by Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific or AirAsia (except Tokyo).
How to find cheap flights to Manila?
The easy way is to search on airfare comparison sites that can show you the lowest fares on many airlines in one go.
Start your search on Momondo, Wego or Dohop.
What are the best hotels/hostels in Manila?
Choose a place to stay within your budget from these top-rated hotels and hostels.
Cheap yet decent hostels & guesthouses for backpackers on a shoestring budget:
The Fort Budget Hotel – Bonifacio Global City (Kalayaan Avenue, Makati; Beds from PHP500+)
Tambayan Capsule Hostel & Bar (Malate, Manila, Manila City; Beds from PHP600+)
Cheap yet decent bang-for-buck hotel for budget-conscious travelers:
Kabayan Hotel Pasay (EDSA Avenue, Pasay; Beds from P700; Rooms from PHP2,100+)
Eurotel Pedro Gil Hotel (Ermita, Manila; Rooms from PHP1,300+)
Best Western Oxford Suites Makati (Burgos Street cor. Durban, Makati; Rooms from PHP2,500+)
Comfort and convenience at a bargain:
Hotel H2O (Luneta, Manila Bay, Manila; Rooms from PHP3,600+)
The Henry Hotel Manila (Harrison Street, Pasay; Rooms from PHP4,900+)
Bayleaf Intramuros Hotel (Intramuros, Manila City; Rooms from PHP4,000+)
Belmont Hotel Manila (Newport City, Pasay; Rooms from PHP4,100+) — Located across the street from Manila-NAIA Airport Terminal 3.
Splurge & enjoy the best:
Raffles Makati Hotel (Makati Avenue, Makati; Rooms from PHP15,000+)
City of Dreams – Nobu Hotel Manila (Aseana Avenue, Manila Bay, Parañaque; Rooms from PHP5,300+)
Where should I book a hotel/hostel?
Go to Agoda to check room rates & discounts. Book as soon as you have finalized your travel dates because hotel/hostel prices rarely go down the closer you are on your trip. Make sure to filter your search based on your budget and sort the results by guest review rating.
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