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Home to 16 individual districts, this vast, exciting location is a melting pot of cultures, lifestyles, and atmospheres. One thing that every district shares is a vibrant sense of energy, which seems to make the entire city buzz. <br />It is hard not to pick up on this energy while wandering through Ermita, exploring Paco, and relaxing in Malate. Because of this, it is no surprise that tourists flock to this location, making cheap flights to Manila easy to find.
Best time to travel to Manila
One of the busiest periods in the city lands from January through May. The city's colourful and entertaining New Year celebrations mark the beginning of thick crowds, and it only gets busier when the local schools let out in March. Despite the crowds, this is still a great time to visit, as you will be able to mingle with both fellow tourists and locals at the Red Box karaoke bar or the Metropolitan Theatre.
Manila's shoulder season falls in the months of June, November and December. The weather during these times can be erratic, ranging from warm and humid, to rainy and brisk. <br />Although the weather might fluctuate, the prices of flights to Manila during these months remain relatively low. Provided you do not mind the unpredictable climate, this is a wonderful time to tour the Manila Hotel, visit the Ayala Museum, or listen to some live music at the Virgin Cafe.
The hot, rainy, humid weather of July and October tends to drive away tourists. Flights and accommodation are inexpensive during these months, making it easier for adventurous tourists to spend their money at the markets of St. Francis Square or on a game at the Cuneta Astrodome.
Manila Airport and transfer information
One method of ground transport that is both fast and economical is the Metro-Rail train. City and airport buses are even cheaper, but can take significantly longer to arrive. Taxis are a quick and convenient option, but can be expensive for the budget traveller.
Online resources for your travel to Manila
The City of Manila's official website provides details on dining, accommodation, local attractions and destinations. The Safetravel website gives safety and health warnings, plus details on important nearby contacts.The Met Office website offers information on the current weather and climate, as well as five-day forecasts.