Flights from Kuwait to Manila

Tips and tricks to help you find cheap flights from Kuwait to Manila

Favourite airline: Saudia
The favourite airline for flights from Kuwait to Manila is Saudia.
Saudia
41 %
Oman Air
22 %
Kuwait Airways
17 %
Tip: book 13 days before departure
If booked 13 days before travel, flights cost only £336.00.
13 days before departure
Direct flights are more expensive
Direct flights on this route are £137.00 more expensive on average than flights with a stopover.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
09h 40min
19h 45min
21h 35min
£536
£399
£960
Favourite connection: via Riyadh
29 % of tickets booked on this route are for flights via Riyadh.
Route
bookings
1 stopover Riyadh King Khaled International
14h 30min, from £424
29 %
1 stopover Muscat Seeb
19h 45min, from £399
24 %
Direct flights
09h 40min, from £536
18 %

Useful information about the flight from Kuwait to Manila

A cultural hodgepodge with undeniable charm

Best described as being a mishmash of cultures, Manila is a unique blend of Malay, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, American and Portuguese influences. This unique fuse also reflects deliciously with Manila's local cuisine. 


Best of Manila 

Manila has a warm and tropical climate twelve months of the year, with typhoons occurring from June till October, during the rainy season. Visit Manila from November till April for the best weather. The major holidays in the Philippines are Easter and Christmas, and on January 9 Filipinos celebrate the Feast of the Black Nazarine (Christo Negro). A variety of festivals in celebration of various patron saints also occur throughout the islands. 


Information to consider before departing

British citizens can enter Manila without a visa for less than 30 days, and passports should be valid for 6 months minimum upon entry. Vaccines recommended are cholera, hepatitis A, tetanus, rabies, typhoid and diphtheria, as these are all risks in Manila. Carry photo ID around with you and take note that the weather can be extreme with flash floods and landslides occurring during the rainy season. Visitors should avoid drinking or using tap water to brush teeth, and make sure they peel vegetables and fruits before eating them to prevent stomach infections. 

The cost of living in Manila is much lower in comparison with the UK and you should be able to dine at restaurants for around half the price.

Philippine Time (PHT) is 8 hours ahead of UTC/GMT during the winter season. As there is no daylight saving time, the country is 7 hours ahead in the summer.


Travelling to and around the city and accommodation rates 

You can use the bus shuttle service between 5 am to 10 pm from terminal 3 to the Baclaran LRT station (Line 1). Scheduled bus services travel between terminals 1 and 2 to the city centre. Taxis and jeepneys (minibuses) also provide services from the airport to the city centre.

If on a tight budget, you can rent basic hostel accommodation for a mere 500 Philippine pesos. Luxury hotels are cheaper than those in the West, so you'll still save considerable amounts of cash to spend on other things.  

Jeepneys, buses and the metro are all cheap forms of public transport. In fact, tickets cost around 22 pesos, which is about 30p. When using cabs you can haggle on the price, but do this before starting your journey.

Flight information: Kuwait - Manila

Outbound and return from £398.75
Flight duration min. 09:25
Return flight duration min. 11:05
Distance 7611 km
Flights per week 8
Departure airport Kuwait-Kuwait International (KWI)
Departure country Kuwait
Arrival airport Manila Ninoy Aquino (MNL)
Destination country Philippines
Popular destinations for onward travel