Tuesday, 22 May 2018 04:54 GMT

Fly from Dubai to Manila for just Dh143

(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) The Philippines' carrier, Cebu Pacific has a special treat this Valentine's Day for UAE residents. The airlines has promotional fares from Dubai to Manila at Dh143 for booking onFebruary 14 to 15or until seats last.

With travel period for the seat sale betweenJune 1 and December 31, 2018, UAE residents can enjoy an extended vacation visiting family and friends in the Philippines, and even an extra getaway vacation to must-visit destinations with Cebu Pacific.

The offers are available on the destinations mentioned below:


Famous for its beaches' stunning white sands, Boracay continues to be a top tourist draw with its exciting day and night activities.

Camotes Islands, Cebu

Called the "lost horizon of the south," Camotes Islands boasts wide selection of beaches, dive sites, and other natural attractions, offering a serious sanctuary to recharge, reflect, and basically chill.

Palawan (Puerto Princesa and Coron)

The movie "The Beach" starring Leonardo DiCaprio, while shot in Phuket, Thailand, was reportedly inspired by this pristine mini-archipelago. Dubbed the Philippines' "last frontier,"" Palawan is the place to go for nature tripping, with its stunning sights on land and water, including the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River, one of the newest Seven Wonders of the Natural World.


Guam is blessed with breathtaking beaches-- perfect for thrill-seekers hoping to get their dose of vitamin sea. Guam is also a treat for history buffs- Magellan got lost there before finding his way to the Philippines. Shopaholics will also delight in shopping finds with the some of the world's most iconic retail brands found in outlet malls and shops on the island at great prices-all tax-free.

Bali, Indonesia

Bali, Indonesia, offers a Southeast Asian cultural experience like no other - with beaches, temples, and food pickings to keep wanderers busy. Bali also shows its guests a different glimpse into the heritage of Indonesia, one of Southeast Asia's enduring cultures.


Despite its small size, Taiwan is the place to go for those looking for a cultural trip. The Long Shan Temple, for instance, was built in the 5th century and offers a preview of Taiwanese life then. Taiwan also offers several National Forest Recreation Areas that are perfect for meditating and getting in touch with nature amid the hurried pace of everyday life.

Japan (Tokyo, Osaka, Fukuoka)

There's no shortage of activities in the Land of the Rising Sun. Travellers must get ready to tuck in and sample various local delicacies in Osaka-dubbed the "Nation's Kitchen"-as they haggle and snap up bargains in the various shopping districts of Tokyo and Fukuoka.


Another popular Asian destination, Korea is also home to various trendy shopping destinations, including the Gangnam District (as referenced in the song "Gangnam Style" by Psy) where it would be impossible to leave empty-handed. Korean dishes like samgyeopsal, bulgogi, bibimbap, mandu and their barbeque are must-tries!

Australia (Sydney)

The sights and sounds of Sydney-site of the 2000 Summer Olympics-will surely be a treat for travelers seeking adventure in the Land Down Under. The Sydney Harbor Bridge and Sydney Opera House are just two of the city's main attractions that are definitely worth exploring.


Singapore is a small island-nation-but this Lion City sure is packed with a lot of spots to see and things to do. For a city that is highly urbanised, Singapore offers unique patches of green, such as the Gardens by theBay, National Orchid Garden, and the Singapore Botanical Garden. To get stunning views of the city, a visit to the popular Singapore Flyer and the Marina Bay Sands Skypark is a must.


Fly from Dubai to Manila for just Dh143

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