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Philippines Overview

The Philippines has a lot going for it. It is beautiful country with plenty of beaches and islands. There are picturesque mountains that are heaven-sent for seasoned trekkers. The wildlife is remarkably unique. There is an interesting historical past that has given birth to fantastic cultural ethos. Modern eating joints are abundant in cities like Manila, Cebu and so are colourful festivals and colonial architecture. Further, the country is fairly cheap with not many tourists found complaining of expensive food or resorts. All in all, the Philippines is an ideal tourist destination. Not surprisingly, the steady stream of tourists flying into Philippines is going bigger and bigger with passing day!

Top Destinations in Philippines

With a very long coastline, it is not surprising that most of the country's most potent tourist beguilers can be found around the sea. Tourists in the Philippines are regaled with a flurry of fantastic seaside activities that include snorkelling and diving. The region's corals are among the most stunning and the marine life that thrives here is even more alluring. Undoubtedly, beautiful beaches, wonderfully relaxed culture and warm locals are the major attractions of the nation. But there is a lot more beyond the beaches. The capital city, Manila is a cosmopolitan hub with wonderful nightlife but equally remarkable medieval churches and quiet little streets. Mount Apo is popular with trekkers who are spending money on Philippines bound flights. A visit to Vigan is a must culture vultures.

Flight Tickets to Philippines

The Philippines is a popular holiday destination and keeping in mind the demand for air tickets to the country, a host of full-service and cheap operators run flights to Philippines from different centres of the world. United Kingdom is among the most well-connected countries. Almost all major airports of the UK host flights to the Philippines' premier gateway, Manila International Airport. London Heathrow has a number of services that land at Manila airport. Even from London Gatwick, airlines like Emirates, British Airways and Qantas Airways offer tickets on long-haul flights to Manila.

Philippines Quick Travel Facts

Geography: The Philippines is an island country in Southeast Asia in the western Pacific Ocean.

Capital: Manila

Key Holiday Destinations: Manila, Cebu, Boracay Island, Clark

Popular Airports: Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Manila International Airport)

Popular Airlines: Philippine Airlines is the flag carrier of the Philippines

Language: Filipino, English

Time Zone: UTC +8

Popular Holidays: Beach, Wildlife, Luxury, Sightseeing, Culture and History, Adventure Sports, Shopping, Honeymoon

British High commission British Embassy Manila
120 Upper McKinley Road, McKinley Hill
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Best Time to Visit Philippines

Despite the fact that the Philippines has a tropical climate, this great Far East nation experiences enough climatic variations throughout the year. Most parts of the country are dry during January to June, which is essentially referred as the dry season. On the other hand, the period between July and December is a wet season, with heavy downpour being experienced by the region during the months. Travellers can plan their holidays to the Philippines between December and April. It is a popular tourist season and cheap tickets to Philippines and affordable quality rooms are not available so easily. It is best to avoid boarding flights to the Philippines during the month of May as it can get terribly hot at this time.

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