Manila is the capital city of the Philippines and as such is a busy and lively city. Districts such as San Miguel, Santa Cruz and Binondo are the most prominent, while tourists are particularly attracted to areas such as Ermita and Malata. Manila is an excellent base from which to explore other parts of the country, such as the island of Mindoro, which has excellent beaches. Around the Roxas Boulevard are the main nightspots, while Rizal Park is a popular destination for tourists and there is the Enchanted Kingdom theme park – a must for families.
Flying to Manila
1. Which airports serve Kuwait to Manila
There is just the one airport operating international civilian flights in and out of Kuwait – Kuwait International Airport. The other airports in this tiny country are all military facilities so unfortunately there is little choice for those travelling into Kuwait. Flights to Manila from Kuwait will arrive at Manila's Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
2. Which airlines operate flights from Kuwait to Manila?
Direct flights between Kuwait and Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport are operated by Kuwait Airlines, although there is the option to use another airline with a stopover in another city. A good example is Qatar Airways, which offers a route to Manila through the city of Doha.
3. How long is the flight?
A direct flight between Kuwait and Manila takes around 11 hours and 25 minutes. Flights with a stop take slightly longer with flying time of around 12 hours, although you need to allow time for transferring from one flight to another. Manila is 5 hours ahead of Kuwait.
4. Climate changes between Kuwait and Manila
The average daily temperature in Manila in both winter and summer is around 29°C, thanks to the tropical climate. Heavy rainfall is common, which is a stark contrast to the almost complete lack of rainfall in Kuwait, which sees temperatures of up to 40°C during the summer months.
5. Culture differences and need-to-know
Languages spoken in Manila are Filipino and English and the currency here is the Philippine Peso. The Kuwaiti Dinar is the currency in Kuwait and the main language is Arabic. Life in Manila is a little more relaxed than in Kuwait, where there are still some restrictions on people’s behavior.
No visa is required to enter the Philippines provided you are visiting as a tourist for 30 days or less. However, you will need to have a return ticket and at least six months left to run on your passport. If you are visiting for longer or for business purposes, then a visa will be required.
The city of Manila is a blend of old and new architecture so tourists from Jeddah will not find it too unfamiliar. The numerous historical buildings are a popular attraction with visitors, including the 16th century Fort Santiago. In a former life it was a prison, but it is now a park. Visitors to the San Agustin Church, also a 16th century building, are able to see the magnificent collection of religious art.
Museums and galleries are plentiful in Manila and the Children’s Museum is one of the most popular with tourists. You could also take a trip to Anilao, where one of the main activities is scuba diving. Shopping is well catered for and there are bargains to be had. The Eng Bee Tin and Robinsons Place Food Court are good for food at reasonable prices. For fine dining the Café liang-liang and the Spiral restaurant are popular choices.
Kuwait to Manila, Philippines Last modified: Jan 22, 2024 8:55 -05:00
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The average price for connecting flights from Kuwait to Manila, Philippines is KWD131.
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The average price for one way flights from Kuwait to Manila, Philippines is KWD78.
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