manila - 9th International Conference on Global Public Health 2024
manila 2 - 9th International Conference on Global Public Health 2024
manila - 9th International Conference on Global Public Health 2024
manila - 9th International Conference on Global Public Health 2024


The Philippines is often referred to as the "Pearl of the Orient," not only for its stunning natural beauty but also for the kindness of its people. Manila's vibrant street food scene introduces visitors to the rich flavors of Filipino cuisine, making it a compelling destination for those seeking a dynamic and culturally immersive experience.

Manila's Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) is well-connected to various destinations around the world. You can find direct flights from major cities in North America, Europe, Asia, and other regions.


Philippine Airlines | Emirates |  Qatar Airways |  Singapore Airlines | Cathay Pacific | Japan Airlines |  Korean Air | China Airlines | EVA Air | Thai Airways | Malaysia Airlines | Turkish Airlines | Etihad Airways | ANA (All Nippon Airways) | Asiana Airlines | Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) | Garuda Indonesia | Vietnam Airlines | Cebu Pacific Air | AirAsia Philippines


Airport Map

Taxi: Taxis are readily available at all terminals of NAIA. Make sure to use the official airport taxi services to ensure safety and a standard fare. Taxi fares are based on a meter system, and the journey to the city center can take around 30 minutes to an hour, depending on traffic conditions.   ( Airport Taxi )

Airport Shuttle Services: There are several shuttle services available at the airport that provide shared rides to various parts of Manila. These shuttles might have fixed routes or drop-off points at popular hotels.

Ride-Sharing Apps: Ride-sharing apps like Grab are operational in Manila. You can use these apps to book a private car for your journey from the airport to the city. This option offers convenience and the ability to estimate fares before booking.

Public Buses: Public buses also operate between NAIA and different parts of Manila.


  • Currency: The local currency is the Philippine Peso (PHP). It's a good idea to have some local currency on hand, especially for small purchases. ATMs are widely available for currency exchange.
  • Language: English is widely spoken in Manila, making communication relatively easy for most travelers. However, knowing a few basic Filipino phrases can be helpful and appreciated by the locals.
  • Transportation: Manila has a mix of transportation options, including taxis, ride-sharing services, and public transportation like the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) and buses.
  • Traffic: Manila is known for its heavy traffic, especially during rush hours. Be prepared for potential delays and try to schedule your activities outside of peak traffic times.
  • Safety: While Manila is generally safe for tourists, it's important to exercise common sense precautions.
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