Manila Flights GuideManila is the capital of the Philippines, a country of a mix of Spanish, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, and other European influences as readily evident in the culture, language, architecture, and people. Manila is located along Manila Bay and Pasig River runs through the city. Manila's top attractions are the National Museum of the Filipino People, For Santiago, San Agustin Church, Pinto Art Museum, Chinese Cemetery, Ayala Museum, Rizal Park, and Bamboo Organ of Las Pinas.
From Manila to Boracay, take a flight to Kalibo then drive to Malay where you can catch a ferry to Boracay. Manila offers nonstop flights to Cebu, El Nido (Palawan), Puerto Princesa, Busuanga (Palawan), Davao, Tagbilaran, and Legazpi Albay. You can take the train from Manila to Banaue Rice Terraces.
Manila lies within the tropics with very small temperature differences day to day and high humidity year round. Dry season in Manila is from December to April and the rest of the year is wet season. Typhoons hit the island from June to September, bringing heavy rain and potential flooding.The best time to visit Manila is from December to February when the temperatures are at its coolest of the year, rainfall is low, and humidity is manageable.
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