Airports in Philippines

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Information about the Philippines

  • Language: Filipino, English
  • Dialling code: +63
  • Capital: Manila
  • Currency: Philippine peso (₱) (PHP)
  • Time zone: UTC+08:00 (PST)
  • Area: 300,000 km²
  • Population: 109,035,343
  • Climate: The average annual temperature is 26.6 °C (79.9 °F). The rainy season is from June to the beginning of October, and the dry season is from later in October to May.
  • National Religion: Christianity
  • Official Newspapers:  The Manila Times, The Philippine Star, Manila Bulletin, Philippine Daily Inquirer, SunStar, Manila Standard, BusinessMirror, Daily Tribune, BusinessWorld, Malaya, United News, World News, United Daily News, Bicol Standard, Manila Shimbun, Pinas, The Philippine Times, Mindanao Examiner, Filipino Reporter
  • National Emergency Numbers: 911

The Philippines, also the Republic of the Philippines, is a country in Southeast Asia. İt is situated in the western Pacific Ocean with around 7,641 islands. The Philippines has maritime borders with Taiwan to the north, Japan to the northeast, Palau to the east and southeast, Indonesia to the south, Malaysia to the southwest, Vietnam to the west, and China to the northwest. The country has an area of 300,000 km² with a population of more than 109 million, making it the world's thirteenth-most-populous country. Metropolitan Manila is the most populous area, with around ten million people. The largest city is Quezon City. The Philippines has tropical rainforest, tropical monsoon, tropical savanna, and humid subtropical and oceanic climates. The average annual temperature is 26.6 °C (79.9 °F). The rainy season is from June to the beginning of October, and the dry season is from later in October to May. 

People & Culture of the Philippines

The official languages are Filipino and English. More than half of the population speaks Filipino. English is used in universities, courts and government. More than seventy dialects derived from Malay languages are spoken. Some of the most important ones are Cebuano in the southern islands, Ilocano in the north, and Tagalog, the language of the National Capital Region. The Philippines has the third largest number of English speakers in the world. Spanish is taught but not commonly used. 33.7% of the population is Visayan, 24.4% is Tagalog, 8.4% is Ilocano, and 6.8% is Bicolano and other minorities.

Top Tourist Attractions in the Philippines

  • Fort Santiago
  • Banaue Rice Terraces
  • Rizal Park
  • Puerto Princesa Subterranean River
  • National Museum of Fine Arts
  • San Agustin Church
  • Manila Cathedral
  • Chocolate Hills
  • Boracay
  • Manila
  • Vigan City
  • Manila Ocean Park
  • White Beach
  • Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene
  • SM Mall of Asia
  • El Nido
  • Okada Manila
  • Calle Crisologo
  • Burnham Park
  • Coron

Popular Dishes in the Philippines

  • Adobo (the national dish of the Philippines)
  • Tocino (breakfast with bacon and fried egg)
  • Kinilaw (seafood salad)
  • Sinigang (sour soup with pork)
  • Pancit Guisado (fried noodles)
  • Kare-Kare (a thick stew with oxtail and vegetables)
  • Sisig (a dish with chopped pig ears, jowls, and liver)
  • Humba (seasoned pork)
  • Halo halo (dessert)
  • Calamansi (green and yellow fruits)
  • Lechon (deep-fried pork)
  • Ice candy
  • Sinangag (garlic fried rice)
  • Balut (street food)
  • Buko (green coconuts)

Private Airport Transfers in the Philippines

With its beautiful landscapes, colourful culture, charming people and large cuisine, the Philippines is a destination to visit once again! offers private transfer service and door-to-door transfers from or to any airport in the Philippines. You can book your transfer online, and we can arrange the rest, so you don't need to worry about getting to the desired location in the Philippines. 

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