Find Cheap Flights from Washington Dc (WAS) to Manila (MNL)

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Airports in Washington, DC

Washington DC is served by 3 major airports. These are Washington Dulles International Airport, Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, and Washington National Airport. The Washington Dulles International Airport is situated around 42 kilometers away from the downtown Washington DC. Both passenger & cargo services are provided from here to various domestic and international destinations such as Moscow, Paris, Delhi, Tokyo, Vienna, London, San Francisco, Orlando, Boston, and more. Passengers can easily commute to and from all these airports using metrorail, Silver Line Express Bus, shuttle bus service, rental cars, taxi services, and Washington flyers.

Explore Manila

Manila is the capital of the Philippines and the most densely populated city proper in the world. An Asian megacity, it is home to the country’s first university, oceanarium, stock exchange, and Rapid Transit System. Manila’s skyline is dotted with several skyscrapers that together relate to many different periods and architectural styles. The city’s culinary art is a delightful blend of Japanese, Spanish, and Chinese delicacies, and not to mention its signature street food culture that is a hot favourite among the masses.

Things to do in Manila

Ayala Museum

The Ayala Museum near Manila features ethnographic and archaeological exhibits related to Filipino culture, art, and history. This 50-year-old museum is best known for its collection of over 1000 gold objects that date back to 16th century.

Quezon Memorial Circle

The Quezon Memorial Circle is a national park near Quezon City, the former capital of the Philippines from 1948 to 1976. It is best known for a 217 feet high mausoleum that contains the remains of Manuel L. Quezon, the first internationally recognized independent Philippines and his wife, First Lady Aurora Quezon.

Rizal Shrine

Dedicated to the noted Filipino hero Jose Rizal, the Rizal Shrine is a fortified complex in Manila. It comprises the building where he spent his last night before his execution and had written his last poem ‘Mi ultimo adios’ (My last farewell).

Best Time to Fly to Manila

The best time to fly to Manila is the winter season from December to March. You should consider visiting here during this time for sightseeing and to attend Christmas and New Year celebrations.