Mabuhay!! Currently writing this post from Manila, Philippines because I’m super excited and couldn’t wait to share detailed story about #AnakJajanPhilippines trip.
AnakJajan departed from Jakarta to Manila on Tuesday using Cebu Pacific Air, the leading airline of Philippines. I will be staying at Philippines for almost a week, two days at Puerto Princessa – Palawan and the rest at Manila.
As a pioneer of “low fare, great value” strategy on aviation industry, Cebu Pacific Air offers direct flight from Jakarta to Manila with super affordable price.
Cebu Pacific Air offers flight with high frequencies for both domestic and international destination.
It took me 4 hours to arrive at Manila from Jakarta, AnakJajan took the midnight flight which is the best schedule for me because I can conveniently heading to the airport for check-in after returning from office.
The flight attendants are very friendly and full of smile, and they speak English perfectly with a great pronounciation, so I can easily understand what they are talking. Btw, all of the flight attendants are wearing pearl earring which is one of the signature produce of Philippines, super super love the earring. I’m planning to buy a pair of this earring later.
In the middle of the flight, the flight attendants suddenly held a game with us (passangers) and three of the winners get a special gifts. This kind of activity is fun and absolutely one of the most unique flying experience I have ever had.
Fyi, food and beverages are available to purchase on board. Upon arrival on Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport you will have to fill Arrival Card and Health Declaration Checklist and submit it to the airport staff.
Another thing I love is the flight schedule, with the midnight flight from Jakarta, passengers will arrive at Manila in the morning which is the best timing to start our holiday. I will be returning to Jakarta in the end of this week with Cebu Pacific Air, will share with you more about it later on the other posts such as the must visit spots at Philippines, where to stay, where to eat, where to shop, and of course some useful tips for you.
Anyway, here’s some teaser for you for upcoming #AnakJajanPhilippines post on the blog. Let’s travel!!
The Philippines’ largest airline, Cebu Pacific Air flies from Jakarta to Manila four times weekly, and from Denpasar to Manila twice weekly. Lowest year-round fares to Manila start at USD 99. From the same Manila Airport Terminal 3, passengers can easily connect to any of three daily Puerto Princesa flights. For more details, visit www.cebupacificair.com or follow @CebuPacificAir on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.