Departure calendar Manila

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2 cruises

Far East: Philippines, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan

Manila Itinerary Far East
from NT$62,891.02
price per person Taxes included
2 reservations in 72 hours
Norwegian Spirit | Dec 10, 2024
Duration: 12 nights
Departure from: Manila Landing: Keelung
1. Manila,
2. Boracay,
3. Puerto Princesa,
4. Coron,
5. navigation,
6. Hong Kong,
7. Hong Kong,
8. Kaohsiung,
9. Hualien,
10. Okinawa,
11. Okinawa,
12. Ishigaki,
13. Keelung

Far East: Philippines, Taiwan, Japan

Manila Itinerary Far East
from NT$71,075.47
price per person Taxes included
2 reservations in 48 hours
Norwegian Sky | Jan 17, 2025
Duration: 10 nights
Departure from: Manila Landing: Keelung
1. Manila,
2. Boracay,
3. Coron,
4. navigation,
5. Kaohsiung,
6. Ishigaki,
7. navigation,
8. Okinawa,
9. Okinawa,
10. Hualien,
11. Keelung
2 cruises
Located in Manila Bay, at the mouth of the Pasig River, which divides the city in two parts, it is one of the most populated nations in the world. Its colonial history has left deep traces that are still visible today in its beautiful 17th century architecture. The capital of the Philippines, Manila is one of the most densely populated cities in the world, with 43,079 inhabitants per km2. Located on the west coast of the island of Luzon, the country was colonised by the Spaniards, this presence is still visible in the monumental remains of colonial architecture. The name Manila, of Spanish origin, derived from the mangrove plant called Nilad. Some famous sites can be found in the historical centre such as the famous Rizal Park, damaged during World War II. This agglomeration, inhabited by some ten million people, now seems to have redeemed itself from its turbulent past. The climate is idyllic, with an average temperature of 30° C and throughout the year one can relax by the sea. Heavy rainfall occurs between July and November. The best time for a trip to Manila is between the end of December and March.Colonial houses and 17th century architecture await you in the centre of Manila. Take a stroll along the coast and visit its port. You can also visit the Binondo area, Chinatown, or its unique cemetery, Catholic Church, beaches and market. As the city is divided by the river, the city is consequently full of bridges crossing the river. In the old city, there are numerous clubs where you can have fun. Manila is renowned worldwide for having the largest cultural and festive life in the region. For a fun day out, you can visit Cowboy grill in Edsa or even the pleasant showbar Stardust. Here, gourmets can seek out the best restaurants and traditional food the city has to offer. Populated by a variety of bars, restaurants and colourful nightlife, the Intramuros district offers much more western luxury. Tourists appreciate the endless sandy beaches. Surfers love the coast more than the city because of its beaches that provide sensational waves. The local currency is the Philippine Peso. For 1 € you will get about 60 pesos. No visa is required if your trip to Manila does not exceed 21 days.

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