Business class flights to Manila
Generally travellers plan to visit the Philippines for the lovely beaches and wonderful attractions. But contemporary Manila is still the most desirable escape before you can explore the beaches and see the attractions, as it is Philippine’s capital. It is created with multiple cities which enclose the popular Quezon City, Makati and Manila and offer some unique experiences for the traveller.
Manila is also popular for its mesmeric sun down and spending some time here is hard to beat as well as outstanding sightseeing, you will discover its creative things. Combine wonderful galleries and sparkling music scene with a liking for energetic bars, artisan markets and refreshing coffees. It is understandable that why the city is not only the most wonderful city, but also one of the coolest.
Climate – Manila has warm, moist weather throughout the year, but you can experience little favourable between November and February and the most warm month is May. The rainy season is between June and October.
Get in – All domestic and international flights in Manila is operated from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. The city is also well connected through all major parts of the city and offers you an easy access.
Getting Around – Travelling around Manila is not difficult as local buses are really useful to reach the place. Taxis in the city are inexpensive and lots whereas renting cars and bikes are not recommended.
In spite of being one of the best capital cities of Philippines for tourism and culture, Manila continues to attract travellers. With a growing economy and buzz produced by a trendy new gesture of restaurants, nightlife and galleries. Manila has renewed vitality and self-confidence. There are lots of reasons to book business class tickets to Manila and discover its one of Asia’s absolute gems. So, do packing and come out to enjoy the most exciting journey of your life.
Business class flights to Manila starts as little as £604 GBP with Singapore Airlines including all pre-payable taxes and charges.