Cheap flights from Singapore to Manila
Fly from Singapore to Manila
Want to dive into lively Manila? It’s easy with Jetstar’s direct flights from Singapore.
|Average direct flight time||3 hours and 35 minutes|
|Average distance by plane||2400km|
|Departure airport||Singapore Changi Airport (SIN)|
|Arrival airport||Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL)|
Need to know
Flight time from Singapore to Manila
The average flight time for direct flights from Singapore to Manila is 3 hours and 35 minutes.
Distance from Singapore to Manila by plane
The average distance by plane from Singapore to Manila is 2400 kilometres.
Time difference between Singapore and Manila
There is no time difference between Singapore (SGT: UTC +8) and Manila (PHT: UTC +8).
Number of airports in Manila
There are 3 airports in Manila: Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL), Sangley Point Airport (SGL) and Subic Bay International Airport (SFS).
Distance from Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) to the city centre
The airport is 12 kilometres from Manila city centre.
Transport from Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) to the city centre
The easiest options are airport bus or taxi.
Food court in Makati, Manila.
Manila travel tips
Where can I find Manila’s best local food?
Eating the traditional food of a city is a great way to get an authentic feel for the culture. Dig into flavoursome Filipino fare at these local Manila favourites.
Where are the best bars in Manila?
It’s easy to lose yourself in Manila’s vibrant bar scene. Sample unusual cocktails in stylish surrounds or relax in a casual den with a local beer – try these top bars.
Where are the best places for sweet treats in Manila?
You’ll be able to satisfy your sweet tooth with a whole range of delicious Filipino sweets, from the best hot chocolate to luscious fruit-based dishes, at these cafes and restaurants.
Where can I go to chill out and escape the traffic and bustle of Manila?
Manila runs at a pretty high speed, so if you want to slow down and relax a little, you might be surprised to know that there are some beautiful nature hikes within reach.
Where are Manila’s best buffets?
Manila does good buffet, showcasing a range of cuisines. Check out the best buffets around, from relaxed options to sophisticated dining experiences.
Market in Manila's Chinatown district.
How much is a...
|Cappuccino||PHP ₱165–185 (SGD $4.50–5)|
|Entry to Fort Santiago||PHP ₱75 (SGD $2)|
|Cafe breakfast||PHP ₱230–330 (SGD $6–9)|
|Room at a 4-star hotel||PHP ₱2,500–5,000 (SGD $66–132)|
|Taxi from the airport to central Manila||PHP ₱380–450 (SGD $10–12)|
How do you say...
|Hello||Hello, kamusta ka? (Literally: Hello, how are you?)|
|Excuse me||Paumanhin (to get someone’s attention)
Makikiraan (to get past somebody)
Things to do in Manila
Manila started out as a port town during the years of the Galleon Trade before evolving into an American project paved with wide boulevards. Present day Manila is a bustling, 24-7 sprawl of dining, entertainment and cultural hubs, with ceaseless crowds providing a pulsing backbeat.
Weather and when to go
The best beach weather comes to most of the Philippines in late November until February, when the temperature is mild during the day and can get nippy at night (you might need a light sweater), as well as the summer months of March to April. It gets scorching hot in summer – as high as 38°C.