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Information on Manila
  • Arrival city:
  • Manila, Philippines
  • Airport(s):
  • Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL)
  • Sangley Point Air Base (NSP)
  • Local time:
  • Sep 23, 2020 11:03 PM, GMT+8
  • Weather:
  • min. 77ºF, max. 89ºF
  • Departure city:
  • Guam, Guam
  • Airport(s):
  • Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport (GUM)
  • Local time:
  • Sep 24, 2020 1:03 AM, GMT+10
  • Weather:
  • min. 76ºF, max. 98ºF

Why travel by plane from Guam to Manila?

The US island territory of Guam is located in Micronesia, and therefore boasts proximity to the capital of the Philippines – Manila. However, the Philippine Sea lies between the two cities, making flying the fastest and most convenient mode of transport. Daily non-stop flights, operated by Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific and United Airlines are available with a flight time of just 3h 45m to transport passengers from Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport (or Guam International Airport) to Manila's Ninoy Aquino International Airport.

What is there to see and do in Manila?

Founded in 1571 as a Spanish colonial city, Manila is now home to a number of points of interest related to the struggle for Philippine independence. These include Rizal Park and Rizal Shrine, both of which are dedicated to Jose Rizal, a key figure of the Philippine Revolution. However, relics from Spanish colonial times still remain: these include Fort Santiago and the historic district of Intramuros. Slightly more unusual places to visit in Manila include the Manila Chinese Cemetery, which features grand mausoleums set in large grounds, and the quirky Upside Down Museum in which everything is the wrong way up.