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Philippines Trip

Top hotels in Philippines

Bayview Park Hotel Manila
Bayview Park Hotel Manila
3 out of 5
1118 Roxas Boulevard, corner United Nations Avenue, Manila, Manila
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs4,938 per night from 14 May to 14 May
3.9/5Very Good! (998 reviews)
Good hotel!
"My room was clean. My only concern was it smells cigs. It said it’s non-smoking. I don’t smoke, never smoke. I hate the smell of it. It lingers and hard to get rid of. The rug was looking old and stained. The service is great. The breakfast is fantastic. I would recommend it to others and really ..."

Reviewed on 28 Oct 2020

Bayview Park Hotel Manila
Nichols Airport Hotel
Nichols Airport Hotel
3 out of 5
484 Quirino Avenue, Baclaran, Parañaque, Manila
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs2,908 per night from 29 May to 29 May
3.4/5 (725 reviews)
Friendly
"Friendly and great service for my family to stay overnight."

Reviewed on 2 Jan 2021

Nichols Airport Hotel
Holiday Inn Express Manila Newport City, an IHG Hotel
Holiday Inn Express Manila Newport City, an IHG Hotel
3 out of 5
1 Jasmine Drive, Pasay, Manila
Free cancellation
The price is Rs6,271 per night from 12 May to 12 May
3.9/5Very Good! (1,429 reviews)
"Me and my son stayed here for 7 days to comply with the government quarantine procedures for returning filipino citizen. So we don't have a choice but to be in the room for 7 days, fortunately the place is nice and the room is clean."

Reviewed on 21 Mar 2021

Holiday Inn Express Manila Newport City, an IHG Hotel
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Philippines Holiday Packages

Discover the cities, rainforests, mountain landscapes, tropical waters and colourful coral reefs of this vast Southeast Asian archipelago. The Philippines is an archipelago in the Philippine Sea and South China Sea. The country has breathtaking landscapes, warm tropical waters, modern cities, historic churches and Spanish colonial architecture. Explore jungles, caves and volcanoes, dive to World War II shipwrecks and discover fascinating art and culture.

The Philippines encompasses more than 7,000 islands, with most of the population living on a handful of them. Find plentiful water activities on this chain of islands with a tropical climate.

Go snorkeling in the coral garden at Boracay Island. Dive to see the wrecks of Japanese warships off the coast of Palawan. At the Apo Reef Natural Park, snorkel and dive in one of the world's largest single coral reefs. Ride the waves on a surfboard at the beaches of Baler, Aurora.

On land, the diverse wilderness offers plenty of excitement and adventure. Hike through tropical rainforests on Bohol and Mindanao. Look for cockatoos and small primates known as tarsiers. Explore the underground caves of Sohoton Park in Western Samar. Trek past waterfalls, mountain lakes and through forests on your way up to Mt Apo National Park, the country's tallest peak. Although still classified as active, the date of the volcano’s last eruption is unknown.

Spend time in the Philippines’ cities. Manila is the capital, a sprawling city with a population of more than 10 million people. Stroll along the streets of Intramuros, the old walled Spanish settlement to see Spanish colonial buildings, Fort Santiago and Manila Cathedral. View works by Filipino masters at the National Art Gallery. The city’s great family attractions include Manila Zoo and Manila Ocean Park.

If your itinerary allows, visit other urban centers. Stay in luxury beach resorts and shop in the large malls of Cebu. At the mountain city of Baguio, look for a reconstructed native village and relax in natural hot springs. 

Reach the Philippines by flying into Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport or Mactan Cebu International Airport. Come for the wildlife, beaches, culture and history.

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