How to find cheap flights to Manila
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Flights to Manila arrive at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL), though many people refer to it as Manila International Airport. This airport serves Manila and its surrounding metropolitan area, and it’s located along the border between the cities of Pasay and Parañaque, about 7 km south of Manila. The airport has four terminals, T1 for international flights, T2 for international and domestic flights to Philippine Airlines, T3 serves international flights and several domestic carriers, and T4 handles domestic flights.
A shuttle bus system runs through the four terminals serving all passengers who need to connect with other terminals. Nine bus routes connect the airport with various points in Manila city. Eight of them go via Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA), and one via Circumferential Road 5 (C-5). The Manila Light Rail Transit System (LRT) Line 1 is accessible by a 2-km taxi ride to Baclaran station. Taxi service is available to all points of Metro Manila. Do not accept rides from people that approach you in the terminal. Taxis charge around ₱200 (₪13.30) to central Manila hotels. Journey time is 20 minutes to one hour, depending on traffic. Many of the major hotels run cars which you can pre-book, or you can look for a hotel representative in Arrivals. The cost is around ₱750-₱950 (₪50-₪63). Alternatively, you can rent a car and find the best offers on Skyscanner car rental.
When to go to Manila?
Manila has two distinct seasons - dry and wet. Temperature-wise the average is over 30 degrees year-round. The dry season lasts from May to October, and it’s very humid. The best time to search cheap flights to Manila would be November-April when it’s not as humid and less wet.
What to see and do in Manila?
The capital of the Philippine is nothing like any other vacation that you previously had. When you book cheap flights to Manila, you’ll find yourself in a slightly confused city but one that is well worth seeing.
Manila is a vast city, expanding every day. It was the second most destroyed city in WWII, hence a lack of a distinct “city center.” Instead, it is made up of many districts, each with its own personality and individual charm to be discovered. The ruins of Intramuros, the original city remain and the stunning, Spanish-influenced architecture, is a must-see.
For all its confusion, Manila is a buzzing, friendly and vibrant city. Makati is the perfect area to mingle with the locals who work, relax and play there. Eat, drink and shop to your heart’s content. After you have found cheap flights to Manila, we can cut your costs on hotel rooms too. Compare prices on Skyscanner Hotels and save more money with us.
This information is correct as of January 2018
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