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  • The cheapest flight from London to Manila was found 3 months before departure
  • There are 7 flights a week from London to Manila Ninoy Aquino
  • Flights in the morning are 10% cheaper than later during the day or evening

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With Crystal Travel, your dream of flying to the Philippine capital city becomes a reality with budget flights to Manila. The low-cost flights to Manila, Philippines are Philippine Airlines, Gulf Air, Turkish Airlines & Emirates that frequently offer the best deals to Manila, Philippines. Select your preferred carrier below to check the availability and talk to our travel expert for any query you have regarding your Manila flight. Among the top airlines, Philippine Airlines is the most frequent flyer on this route.

The cheapest time of the year to fly to Manila is May and the most expensive is December. The cheapest day of the week is Sunday and Saturday is the most expensive. Make sure you book your flight to Manila 60-80 days to departure. There are direct flights from London to Manila every day.

About Manila


The capital of Philippines - Manila is gigantic, buzzing, and a vibrant city. When you book a ticket to Manila, you will immerse yourself in a confusing, yet a captivating city, which is worth exploring. With a history dating back several years, the city has treasures of museums, galleries, thriving spaces, restaurants, bars, churches and shopping zones.

Manila is a gigantic city, which continues to expand despite surviving WWII. The city that you see today is composed of several districts, each having an individual charm and characteristics.

Find, compare, and book best deals on flights to Manila from UK from several leading airlines. Crystal Travel is free, easy, and quick so you can search for the lowest airfares to Manila and book directly on our website.

Best Time to Visit Manila


The best time to visit Manila is from November to March. The summer season is from April to June with hot and humid climate, which is not recommended. The winter months during Christmas and New Year are perfect for shopping and sightseeing along with discounts.

Low Season: February (best time to beat the crowds)

High Season: December (most popular time to fly)

Best Places to Visit in Manila


The Filipino capital city - Manila is home to a variety of attractions such as Intramuros, The Manila Tower, Museum of Manila, imposing Cathedrals, waterfronts and more. Manila is a foodie's favourite city. With opulent eateries and celebrity chef restaurants, Manila is an amazing place to dine out. If you have money to spend, go shopping at the legendary Mall of Manila or fill your bags in the open-air markets and night markets of the city. Other key places you can visit in Manila are:

Intramuros: This is Manila's oldest part containing a large wall from the 16th and 17th century. It hosts a few key attractions such as King Carlos IV on Plaza de Roma, the revamped Ayuntamiento building and the Puerta de Isabel II gate.

San Agustin Church: This stunning UNESCO building is the oldest stone-built church in the Philippines with Baroque-style architecture and paintings.

San Agustin Museum: Destroyed during the WWII, it was rebuilt in a much better way that incorporated a library, halls, crypt and a few other attractions.

Chinatown: A laid-back area of Manila might not seem appealing. As you walk into the lanes, you will be impressed by the patchwork of vendors, stores, shops and the Spanish colonial setup.

Ayala Museum: If ancient artefacts, art and souvenirs interest you, the Ayala Museum is the perfect place to admire age-old archaeology and exhibitions.

Manila Baywalk: How do you enjoy a perfect evening in Manila? By strolling up and down the promenade on Manila Bay. Watch the sun go down and enjoy Manila street food with your partner.

Fort Santiago: Built as a military base for Spanish authorities, Fort Santiago stands as a remnant highlighting the Battle of Manila that took place on the compound.

Manila Cathedral: After surviving natural calamities, the illustrious monument draws visitors from every corner. Make sure you notice the expensive marble floor and vivid glass windows.

Rizal Park: Towards southern Intramuros is a park, which is elemental to the Philippine history. This is where the freedom fighter patriot Jose Rizal was assassinated. It holds his remains and kept under guard day and night.

National Museum of Fine Arts: Located on the east side of Rizal Park, this iconic museum has paintings and sculptures by famous artists. The main showpiece is Spoliarium by Juan Luna.

Casa Manila: The Intramuros has a house-museum that shows light. The house may not look as old as it is and visitors love to capture its brilliance in their cameras. Make your way through the beautiful lounges, bedrooms, bathroom and kitchen. Every room is adorned with traditional artefacts.

Pasay Seafood Market: This seafood market is quite close to the Mall of Asia. As you walk in you will see stalls piled with all sorts of fish and freshly caught seafood. Your dining will get pricey, but it's all worth it.

SM Megamall: This is the second largest mall in the Philippines. Shoppers will have a gala time exploring 800 stores with branded items. Part of this gigantic mall is dedicated to a bowling alley, skating rink, multi-screen cinema, and food courts.

Attractions for Kids: If you have children with you while visiting Manila, several options will keep them entertained. If you head towards Rizal Park, you can come across Ocean Park, Museo Pambata, the Science Museum and the City Zoo.

Airport serving London & Manila


London:There are five airports in London: London City, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton and London Stansted, out of which, London Heathrow is the main hub with four terminals, a wide choice of shops, food courts, lounges with unlimited Wi-Fi access and relaxation points.

Manila:Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport or NAIA (MNL), also known as Manila Airport is one of the two international airports serving the Metro Manila Area. It is the main international gateway to the Philippines.

NAIA is located along the border between Pasay City and Paranaque City in Metro Manila. It is about 4 miles (7 km) south of the city, and southwest of Makati City's Central Business District.

As you walk out of the airport, there are shuttle buses connecting all terminals for passengers boarding connecting flights. If you need to head towards the city there are taxi services, shuttle buses, Manila Light Rail Network and normal city buses.

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