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Sydney(SYD) ⇒ Manila(MNL)
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Sydney(SYD) ⇒ Manila(MNL)
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Manila, the capital city of the Philippines, is one of the most densely populated cities. Situated on the island of Luzon, this bayside city is an intriguing mix of ultra-modern skyscrapers soaring in its skies and the Spanish colonial architecture dominating the modernity. Manila is a large city showcasing the integration of old and new, where the gleaming air-conditioned malls stand proudly next to the slums, the ancient walled structures dated back to 1571 share a common wall with the newly constructed buildings and the street food vendors run their businesses outside the first-rate restaurants.
Tip: Manila is hot and dry during the summers. Travellers are advised to have umbrellas handy as it may rain anytime during the rainy season.
Serviced by Manila International Airport (MNL), Manila is a gateway for international travellers coming to the Philippines. Sydney to Manila flights is operated by Asiana Airlines, Air Niugini, Korean Air, Malaysia Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Scoot, All Nippon Airways, China Airlines, and many others. From Sydney to Manila, a nonstop flight takes approximately 8 hours and 10 minutes while covering a distance of 3890 miles. Taking-off from Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport (SYD), direct flights to Manila are served by Cebu Pacific, Qantas and Philippine Airlines. The sooner you book the tickets; the better is the chance to find a cheap flight from Sydney to Manila.
Tip: Don’t forget the three-hour time difference when you land in Manila.
Earlier known as the ‘Pearl of the Orient’, Manila is an exciting place to explore with abundant natural beauty, lush green parks, and historical monuments. Kick-off the day by visiting the San Agustin Church, Fort Santiago, the Minor Basilica and San Sebastian Church. Other delightful spots include the Case Manila, National Museum of Philippines, Malacanang Palace, Bahay Tsinoy, Coconut Palace and Manila City Hall. Grab the kids and head towards the Rizal Parks for fun picnics, enjoy live shows at the Manila Ocean Park, visit the Manila Zoo, have family fun at the Star City and let the kids enjoy interactive and educational displays at the Museo Pambata.
Tip: A must-visit is the Binondo, the Chinatown of Manila, which has many popular attractions, simple and fantastic food joints and is a shopper’s paradise.
Manila offers an extensive range of accommodation choices from top hotels to mid-range hotels and exquisite resorts to decent guesthouses that suit your budget and preferences. Food is an integral part of the Filipino culture and is well reflected in the vibrant food scene of Manila. From international cuisines to a mix of Asian and European food, you will find everything while exploring the city which has clusters of restaurants and bars. Manila is a mecca for shoppers as the upscale malls are at almost every block along with the local art galleries, boutique, and antique shops.
Tip: If visiting the casinos and nightclubs, carrying a passport is mandatory and the admittance is not for age under 21.
If you wish to have a budget-friendly holiday, combine the Sydney – Manila flight bookings with discount hotels to avail great deals. Visit the most dynamic and high-tech cities in Southeast Asia with Trip.com and experience the delightful insights of the city.