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Staff was very attentive. I needed to use the bathroom and the captain was in the bathroom. The inflight supervisor was kind enough to tell me when he was finished. I respect the security of the aircraft and it’s passengers . The crew did an excellent job not to make it an issue
The food was disgusting! Everything else was amazing!
I was very impressed with everything on both of my Philippines Airlines flights!
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Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) can be reached via Motorway 7 or the Airport Link metro line from downtown Bangkok.
Typical flight times from BKK to Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) usually last for four to six hours, depending on stops. After landing at MNL, the Metro Manila Skyway will take you to downtown Manila and Taft Ave (which also has a metro line) will take you closer to downtown center.
The capital city of the Philippines is home to a number of religious attractions, including San Agustin Church, Quiapo Church, San Sebastian Church, Malate Church, Manila Cathedral, Binondo Church, Baroque Church of the Philippines and more.
Family attractions include the National Museum of the Philippines, the Manila Zoological and Botanical Garden, Manila Ocean Park, Museo Pambata, the Museum of the Filipino People and Star City. Historical landmarks include Malacanang Palace and the Rizal Monument.
Manila's tropical savanna climate means very little temperature range year round, with the lowest average being 80 degrees in January and 86 degrees in May. January through April is remarkably dry and is the best time to avoid the terribly rainy typhoon season. Manila is a growing industrial metropolis, and you may see people wearing facemasks as they have become quite commonplace.