Sibulan Airport, better known as Dumaguete Airport, is located on the border of Dumaguete in the Philippines. It is an hour and 10 minutes from Manila and 30 minutes from Cebu. Orbitz.com can help you find cheap flights from Dumaguete. Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific are the only two airlines serving Dumaguete Airport, and flights from Dumaguete travel to Manila and Cebu.
You can take a tricycle ride to the Ceres Bus Liner terminal, and then take the bus to the airport. You also have the option of taking a taxi, but finding one can be a problem, as very few taxis operate out of Dumaguete. You can also take a tricycle straight to Dumaguete Airport. A chartered tricycle costs about P100, but you can also rent a tricycle for about half the cost and return it at the airport.
There is one short-term parking lot in front of the terminal. Since the lot is small, it is best to leave your car at home and have someone drive you to the airport.
Dumaguete Airport is a very small one-story building. There are no restaurants or snack bars inside the terminal building; however, several locals operate small food courts across from the parking lot, where you can purchase coffee and soft drinks, baked goods, sandwiches, and other snacks. You will also pass several restaurants on your way to the airport. Orbitz.com can help you plan your entire trip, as well as help you find cheap flights from Dumaguete.
When you book cheap flights to Manila, you'll likely arrive at Ninoy Aquino International Airport, which is also known as Manila International Airport. It is about four miles south of the country's capital, Manila, and it is southwest of Makati City's business district. Some of its carriers include CEBU Pacific Air, Air Philippines, and Cathay Pacific Airways. Orbitz.com can help you choose the ticket that best fits your needs.
There is a taxi service available from Ninoy Aquino International Airport to all of the main areas of Metro Manila. Taxis charge approximately 150 to 200 pesos, which is around $6 to $8. An airport bus runs every 15 minutes, and the city bus service stops outside Terminals 1 and 2. It will take between 20 minutes and an hour to reach Manila from the airport.
Manila's temperatures stay within a small range most of the year. Plan for temperatures to average between 71 and 93 degrees Fahrenheit, no matter what time of year you go to Manila.
Manila is the capital of the Philippines, so there is plenty to see and do. The National Museum has exhibits with sunken treasures and a Manila galleon from the 1600s. There are many ornate churches, including the San Agustin Church, because many people in the Philippines are Catholic. To book flights to Manila and tickets to activities, visit Orbitz.com.
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