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(1 US Dollar = PhP 51.29)

*As of Oct. 22, 2019


Filipino, English


You may visit the Department of Tourism website at http://web.tourism.gov.ph/

Emergency: 911

Tourism Office: 8459-5200

to 8459-5230

Metro Manila: +63 2

Banks: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Shopping Centers/Malls: 

10:00 AM - 9:00  PM

Passports and Visa

Visa information may be found at www.dfa.gov.ph

If you require an invitation letter for visa purposes, please send an email to themanilaforum@phcc.gov.ph

Travel Information

UTC +8


The climate of the Philippines is tropical and maritime. It is characterized by relatively high temperature, high humidity and abundant rainfall.


Chateau 1771
Ground Floor, Greenbelt 5, Ayala Center, Makati City
Phone: 729 9760 to 61; 0917 862-6467
Email: events@chateau1771.com.ph
Website: chateau1771.com.ph
Seating capacity: 150 pax
Ground Floor, Greenbelt 5, Ayala Center, Makati City
Phone: 757 0361 to 62
Email: info@zuni.com.ph
Website: zuni.com.ph
Seating capacity: 300 pax
Chef Jessie Rockwell Club
Ground Level, Amorsolo Square, Amorsolo Drive, Rockwell Center, Makati 
Phone: 890 7630, 890 65543, 729 0122, 0917 8585466
Website: chefjessie.com
Seating capacity: 150 pax

Things to Do in Metro Manila

Manila For A Day
Manila For A Day is the first truly specialized cultural intelligence provider in the Philippines that offers the most memorable and engaging tours as well as the most practical and enlightening talks in the country.
Cost: PhP 7,000 (US$350) for Group of 6
Website: https://manilaforaday.com/
The Big Binondo Food Wok by Ivan Dy
Binondo Manila
Ivan Dy takes you on a three-hour tour at the world's oldest Chinatown while sampling unique eats along the way.
Email: fun@oldmanilawalks.com
Mobile: (632) 918 9622452
Telephone: (632) 711 3823
Website: http://oldmanilawalks.com/binondotour.htm
Pinto Art Musuem
Brgy. San Roque, Antipolo
Address: 1 Sierra Madre Street, Grand Heights Subdivision, Brgy. San Roque, Antipolo​
Museum hours: 9:00am-6:00pm (Tuesday-Sunday)
Rate: PhP200 (USS$4)


Video courtesy of the Department of Tourism, Republic of the Philippines


Public Utility Vehicles
Public utility vehicles in Manila include jeepneys, bus, and UV Express vehicles. Transport Networks Vehicle Services (TNVS) such as Uber and Grab are also available.
Taxi Applications
Taxi- metered taxis are common in Manila. Flag down rate is PhP 40 (US$.79) and airport taxi flag down rate is PhP 70 (US$ 1.39). Transport Networks Vehicle Services (TNVS) such as Grab is also available.
Air Travel
Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific are the main domestic carriers in the Philippines. Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminals 1 and 3 serve international flights

OTHER POPULAR Destinations

Makati City
Metro Manila
Makati City is the financial capital of the Philippines that has the highest concentration of multinational and local corporations. Shopping malls and other recreational centers can also be found in the city.
Banaue Rice Terraces
Ifugao Province, Cordillera
Because of its high altitude, Banaue is often described as "where land merges with the clouds to meet the heavens" with the rice terraces as "the stairway to the sky."
There is an undeniable easy atmosphere in Boracay where walking barefoot than shod is the rule rather than the exception. White Beach is so, soooo fine, it feels like treading on miles of baby powder! No wonder, even swinging discos have the beach for a floor, giving dance a new twist.

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