Flight Deal: Round-Trip To Manila For As Low As $418
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Flight Deal: Round-Trip To Manila For As Low As $418

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Parker Diakite
Parker Diakite Mar 28, 2019

Though sometimes it gets a bad rap for its poverty, overpopulation, and pollution, Manila is becoming one of the most attractive destinations among travelers.

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As the capital of the Philippines, Manila not only serves as one of the most important economic hubs in Asia, but the city is loaded with a unique combination of Filipino, American, Chinese and Spanish cultures.

Where To Eat In Manila?

Hope you’re hungry, you will find some of the best and freshest seafood in Manila.

You can’t leave Manila without a visit to a jolly jeep. It appears to be a parked truck, but jolly jeeps are actually street food vendors that serve Filipino foods from plastic bag wrapped bowls.

Be sure to head to Quiapo Market, located in the heart of the city, where you will find exotic foods, fruits, and traditional handcrafts.

What To Do In Manila?

History lovers can head to the National Museum to learn more about Manila’s melting pot of cultures and art.  The best part about the museum is that entry is free.

For a unique experience in Manila, book a cycling tour with Bambike Ecotours. You will cycle around historic neighborhoods on bamboo bikes with the company’s “bambassadors,” who will guide you through a fun and informative tour through the capital city.

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How To Book A Flight

From Los Angeles

The cheapest option to Manila is from Los Angeles. Right now, China Eastern has flight deals for $418 round-trip from the end of September through October.

Use Sep. 29 Through Oct. 8 as your travel dates in SkyScanner.

From New York

A round-trip flight to Manila from New York is going for half the average price with SkyScanner.

Plug in Sept. 2 through Sep. 9 for $480 round-trip.

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