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Direct, non-stop flights to Manila
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Price based on payment at SingPost or by Jetstar Voucher for bookings through jetstar.com. For all other bookings, a Booking and Service fee of $8.50-$10 per passenger, per flight will apply.
Starter fares are non-refundable. Limited changes are permitted, charges apply. Availability is limited (not available on all flights or days). Limited availability on bookings made close to travel date, public holiday weekends and school holidays. All travel on Jetstar is subject to the Jetstar Conditions of Carriage.
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Manila’s moniker, the ‘Pearl of the Orient’, couldn’t be more apt – its cantankerous shell reveals its jewel only to those resolute enough to pry. No stranger to hardship, the city has endured every disaster man and nature could throw at it, and yet today the chaotic metropolis thrives as a true Asian megacity. Gleaming skyscrapers pierce the hazy sky, mushrooming from the grinding poverty of expansive shantytowns. The congested roads snarl with traffic, but like the overworked arteries of a sweating giant, they are what keep the city alive. The tourist belt of Ermita and Malate flaunts an uninhibited nightlife that would make Bangkok’s go-go bars blush, and the gleaming malls of Makati foreshadow Manila’s brave new air-conditioned world. The determined will discover Manila’s tender soul, perhaps among the leafy courtyards and cobbled streets of serene Intramuros, where little has changed since the Spanish left.
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