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Travel Tip to Manila Cebu Philippines


A trip to a foreign country can indeed be fun and exciting. Therefore, it is always advisable for travelers to learn more about a foreign country that they are about to visit so as to expect the unexpected and take proper precautions before making the trip there. Here are some useful travel tips that can help make your trip to thePhilippinesenjoyable and memorable.

Climate :Philippines is blessed with a tropical climate that has relatively generous amount of rainfall and gentle winds.

When To Go? The best time to make a trip to thePhilippines is from the middle of December to the middle of May because that is off-season for typhoons.

January, May and December are the best months to visit thePhilippinesif colorful celebrations and fiestas are on your list of ‘purpose for making the trip’. If your itinerary includes visits to the rice terraces inNorth Luzon, the best time to do this would be in March and April as the weather is pleasantly warm. Apart from that, these warm summer months are also ideal for island hopping.

What To Bring? The golden rule of traveling is to bring as little of your belongings as possible. Fortunately, most of the things that you might require are easily available upon arrival in thePhilippines.

What To Wear? Like its wonderfully varied culture, the Country has enough climatic changes that would require a wide variety of clothing. Loose clothing that are suitable for tropical temperatures when visiting the cities ofPhilippines.

Airport Tax: Travelers are requested to pay an airport tax, when departing fromManila’sNinoyAquinoInternationalAirport. In every city tax varied.

Tipping :  Unlike most Asian countries, the culture of tipping in thePhilippines service industry is becoming more prevalent with much influence from western countries. Although, nearly all major hotels and restaurants have a policy of automatically adding a 10 percent service charge to your bills.

Cebu: is the traveler’s fantasy of a tropical island come true – balmy weather, pristine beaches, crystalline waters, and luxurious resorts with all the frills of modern living. The Cebuano’s flair for showmanship and love for celebrations is manifested in the Sinulog, a colorful festival of pageant proportion observed every third Sunday of January.Cebu is an anchor tourist destination and one of the 7,000 times more islands that make up the Philippine archipelago.


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