Philippines at it's Best - 7 Nights incl. Flights
Ab US$486

Philippines at it's Best - 7 Nights incl. Flights

Pauschalangebot
Erstellt: Samstag, 10. Juli 2021
Preis pro Person Ab
US$486
Beyogen auf 2 erwachsene
Erstellt: Samstag, 10. Juli 2021
Ziele: Manila, Boracay, Manila
Themen
Strand
Multidestination
Philippinen
Multi-Day

Ihr Tagesablauf

17 März
1.

Manila

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Über die Stadt:Manila is the largest city and the financial and commercial capital of the Philippines. It is located on the eastern shore of Manila Bay on Luzon, the country's largest island. Manila is a modern metropolis with Filipino heritage and Spanish, Chinese and American cultures creating a unique atmosphere. Spread throughout the city there are many temples and places of worship of different religions. Baroque colonial churches, Buddhist and Taoist temples and the beautiful Golden Mosque are an example of the city’s multi-cultural heritage. Rizal Park, also known as the Luneta, is the city’s main attraction. Inside the park there are many important sites to explore such as the Chinese and Japanese Gardens, the National Museum of the Philippines, The National Library of the Philippines, the Planetarium, an Orchidarium, an open-air auditorium for cultural performances, and the monument and final resting place of the country’s hero, José Rizal. At the northern end of Manila Bay lies the old walled Spanish settlement of Manila, Intramuros, meaning within the walls. Sadly much of it was destroyed during the war but it still contains some of the city's most interesting museums, ruins, and churches including the Manila Cathedral, the most important church in the country. Colorful and energetic, Manila is a city full of history, edgy galleries, exciting nightlife, delicious restaurants and modern shopping malls. Once known as the Pearl of the Orient, Manila still is a tourist attraction all by itself.
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17 März

Transfer

Transfer von Ninoy Aquino Intl (MNL) nach New World Makati Hotel

Privat

Premium Car (Auto)
  • Maximale Wartezeit: 75 Minuten
19 März

Transfer

Transfer von New World Makati Hotel nach Ninoy Aquino Intl (MNL)

Privat

Premium Car (Auto)
  • Maximale Wartezeit: 15 Minuten
19 März

Transport von Manila nach Boracay

Philippine Airlines
Philippine Airlines Philippine Airlines - PR2039 - Angeboten von: Air Philippines
7:50 AM - Manila, Ninoy Aquino Intl (MNL)
8:50 AM - Caticlan, Godofredo P (MPH)
1h 0min 0 PC Direktflug
Flug: PR2039 Angeboten von: Air Philippines
Cabin Class: Economy
19 März
2.

Boracay

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Über die Stadt:Boracay is a small island in the Philippines located south of Manila and the northwest tip of Panay Island in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines. The island comprises the barangays of Manoc-Manoc, Balabag, and Yapak in the municipality of Malay, in Aklan Province. Boracay is also famous for being one of the world's top destinations for relaxation. MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS • White Beach. • Puka Beach. • Baling Hai Beach. This is a quiet little cove just north of Diniwid Beach, where you can enjoy swimming, snorkeling and dining in a relaxed, peaceful environment. • Bulabog Beach. • The Bat Cave. The cave is on the western-end of the island and down several dirt roads. The mouth of the cave is littered with large boulders, and is difficult to enter and walk down.
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24 März

Transport von Boracay nach Manila

Philippine Airlines
Philippine Airlines Philippine Airlines - PR2042 - Angeboten von: Air Philippines
1:25 PM - Caticlan, Godofredo P (MPH)
2:30 PM - Manila, Ninoy Aquino Intl (MNL)
1h 5min 0 PC Direktflug
Flug: PR2042 Angeboten von: Air Philippines
Cabin Class: Economy
24 März
3.

Manila

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Über die Stadt:Manila is the largest city and the financial and commercial capital of the Philippines. It is located on the eastern shore of Manila Bay on Luzon, the country's largest island. Manila is a modern metropolis with Filipino heritage and Spanish, Chinese and American cultures creating a unique atmosphere. Spread throughout the city there are many temples and places of worship of different religions. Baroque colonial churches, Buddhist and Taoist temples and the beautiful Golden Mosque are an example of the city’s multi-cultural heritage. Rizal Park, also known as the Luneta, is the city’s main attraction. Inside the park there are many important sites to explore such as the Chinese and Japanese Gardens, the National Museum of the Philippines, The National Library of the Philippines, the Planetarium, an Orchidarium, an open-air auditorium for cultural performances, and the monument and final resting place of the country’s hero, José Rizal. At the northern end of Manila Bay lies the old walled Spanish settlement of Manila, Intramuros, meaning within the walls. Sadly much of it was destroyed during the war but it still contains some of the city's most interesting museums, ruins, and churches including the Manila Cathedral, the most important church in the country. Colorful and energetic, Manila is a city full of history, edgy galleries, exciting nightlife, delicious restaurants and modern shopping malls. Once known as the Pearl of the Orient, Manila still is a tourist attraction all by itself.
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