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Located in Malate, this hotel is steps from Malate Church and Baywalk. Manila Bay and Robinson's Place are also within 10 minutes. Quirino Avenue LRT Station ...
Located in Downtown, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Century City and A. Venue Mall. Glorietta Mall and Ayala Center are also within 1 mi (2 km). Guadalupe ...
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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No matter the reason you're traveling from Riyadh to Manila, you can expect to spend your days exploring historic colonial landmarks, strolling through bustling local markets and admiring beautiful cathedrals. Your trip will start with a ride by taxi, bus or car to Riyadh's King Khaled Airport (RUH). You'll have plenty of time to plan your Philippines getaway since the flight between Riyadh and Manila is just over ten hours.
The city of Manila is divided by the Pasig River, and most travelers will find the attractions they are most interested in on the north side of the river. One notable exception is Intramuros, a district home to San Agustín Church and Fort Santiago. Another popular district is Binondo, which boasts Spanish colonial architecture, as well as an authentic Chinatown. Big events transform Manila, and the biggest include Flores de Mayo in May, the All Souls and Saints Day Celebration in October, and the entire holiday month of December.
The Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) in Manila has four terminals, each of which is detached. Taxis are the preferred method of transport from the airport to accommodation in Manila, but rental cars and some buses are available. Because Jose Rizal is a national hero, you'll find his name honoring dozens of streets in Manila.