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Last updated on Thu, Dec 07, 2023 at 05:00 AM. the fares mentioned above are for RoundTrip flight tickets and inclusive of fuel surcharges, service fee and taxes . Based on historical data, these fares are subject to change without prior notice and cannot be guaranteed at the time of booking. Kindly go through our terms and conditions before booking.
If there is one place that reiterates “don’t judge a book by its cover”, it is Manila. The World War II wounded capital of the Philippines, Manila is recovering, more like, thriving and how! Scratch the surface of concrete flyovers and looming skyscrapers, congested roads, and the stark contrast between the impoverished and the rich, and you will find a city with reconstructed history through colonial sights like the Casa Manila, Fort Santiago, and the grand Malacanang Palace. Not only that, you will find a city embracing its multicultural identity. Be it exploring the ruins of the Spanish settlements in Intramus, filling the stomach with delish seafood straight from the fresh wet markets, chugging down beer after beer with the locals, or be it an endless night of karaoke on the top of your voices, Manila is a heady mix of it all. As if that wasn’t enough, there is also the authentic Filipino cuisine at restaurants like Sentro 1771 and Cafe Juanita. With museums and galleries galore, the “Pearl of the Orient” lives up to its name. Definitely check out the largest National Museum of Philippines, and the Museum of the Filipino People. But there are more offbeat museums as well like the Mind Museum, and the children’s special Museo Pambata.
Contrary to popular belief, Manila is all about art. Their local art scene is flourishing with up and coming contemporary exhibition spaces and if you too are an art and sculpture enthusiast, then Manila is the right fit for you.
There’s still plenty more to do here. Makati has the air conditioned malls, Chinatown has the drool worthy dimsums, Quezon City, Malate, Ermita and Makati have the much sought after bars and nightclubs, and just a few hours away, you can find many attractions like the Mount Pinatubo, Tagaytay City, and the Calatagen and Zambales beaches awaiting your arrival. All that is left to do now is to complete your flight booking to Manila.