Located in Malate, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Manila Bay and Robinson's Place. U.S. Embassy and Rizal Park are also within 1 mi (2 km). Pedro Gil ...
Located in Downtown, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Century City and A. Venue Mall. Greenbelt Shopping Mall and Glorietta Mall are also within 1 mi ...
Located in the heart of Parañaque, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Baclaran Church and City of Dreams Manila. SM Mall of Asia and Manila Bay are also ...
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Travelers who are leaving George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) for Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) in Manila, will find themselves right in the busy capitol of the Filipino archipelago. The area is a diverse hodgepodge of Asian, English and Spanish cultures, with plenty of modern attractions to visit. You’ll also find many historic districts for you to traverse, where you can learn about the country's rich and diverse history.
Manila roadways are similar to U.S. layouts, so you should find navigating the roads in your rental car will be familiar, however it may be a good idea to get a GPS. Take a day to explore Fort Santiago in Intramuros, a historic 16th century site that is a lasting, well-preserved reminder of Spain's invasion. Then, take a turn toward the fun by visiting Malate, one of Manila's diverse entertainment districts, where you can enjoy an evening filled with good Filipino food, music and dancing.
As it's a long international flight, you can expect at least one layover and approximately 20 hours of total travel time, on your journey from Houston to Manila. If you plan on getting a rental car, you can use your own official driver's license for the first 90 days. Head over to an on-site rental car agency at one of the airport terminals to pick up your ride.