Favourite airline: Malaysia Airlines
51 % of travellers choose to book flights on this route with Malaysia Airlines, Philippine Airlines and Qatar Airways.
Malaysia Airlines
29 %
Philippine Airlines
11 %
Qatar Airways
11 %
Tip: book 6 months before departure
The best time to find a cheap flight on this route is 6 months before travel. Save up to 76 %.
179 days before departure
Direct flights are more expensive
On this route, direct flights are £81.00 more expensive than flights with a stopover.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
08h 35min
12h 10min
16h 20min
£676
£595
£713
Favourite connection: via Kuala Lumpur
When booking flights from Doha to Manila 37 % of travellers prefer to fly via Kuala Lumpur.
Route
bookings
1 stopover Kuala Lumpur
16h 00min, from £921
37 %
Direct flights
08h 35min, from £676
29 %
1 stopover Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok
11h 45min, from £1,108
14 %
Return from £595.00
A return flight costing only £595.00 is for example available departing on 25/12/19 and returning on 08/01/20.

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Visiting Manila, Philippines

Located on the eastern shore of Manila Bay, this second most populous city in the Philippines is a great place to see some of the country's most historically and culturally significant attractions. From theatres to palaces to parks, Manila has much to offer tourists.

 

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Best Time To Travel to Manila

While the weather in Manila is tropical and warm year-round, the best time to visit is from November through April, since typhoons can often occur during the rainy season from June to October.  Landslides and flash floods are common in some parts of the country during the rainy season. To visit during festival times, travel to Catholic Manila during any of the major European religious dates such as Easter or Christmas. Cristo Negro, or the Feast of the Black Nazarene, is celebrated on 9th January, and many other saints are remembered throughout the year with feasts and festivals.

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Before You Travel to Manila

If you're a British citizen in Manila for 30 days or less, you won't need a visa and your passport will be valid a minimum of 6 months from entering the Philippines. Cholera, hepatitis A, rabies, tetanus, typhoid and diphtheria are risks, so be sure vaccinations are current before visiting.It is also important to always carry I.D. of some sort. To avoid sickness and stomach upsets, don't drink tap water and use bottled water to brush teeth. Also wash, peel or cook all vegetables and fruit. Prices are more reasonable than in the UK; you'll pay about half what you'd pay in London for restaurant meals. PHT, the local time zone, is 8 hours ahead of UTC/GMT. During winter it is 7 hours ahead. There's no daylight saving time in Manila.

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Manila transport and hotels

Public transportation is good in Manila. Rides on buses, metro lines and jeepneys (mini buses) are cheap, tickets cost only about 22 pesos, which is around 30p. When riding in a taxi, haggle and agree on the price before the journey begins. At the airport, a bus shuttle service runs from 5 am till 10 pm from terminal 3 to Baclaran LRT station (Line 1) and there is a regularly scheduled bus service between terminals 1 and 2 and the city centre. At the airport, you'll also find taxis and jeepneys. For really budget hostel accommodation, expect to pay about 500 Philippine Pesos. Luxury hotels are generally cheaper than in the West. Cuisine in Manila is diverse and reflects the Chinese, Japanese, Spanish and American influences.

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