Once you’ve gotten your fill of the island life, it’s also a great opportunity to visit Manila! The country’s capital is famous for its historical sites, including Intramuros and Binondo. Ride the kalesa (horse-drawn carriage) as you explore the Walled City. Aside from seeing the cobbled streets and the remaining vintage architectural buildings, it will transport you back in the Spanish times. Meanwhile. If you’re an art lover, head to the National Museum to see masterpieces from some of the Philippines’ pride and enjoy including Juan Luna’s renowned Spolarium.
How to get there
Flying is the easiest and most convenient way to reach Manila from Coron. Direct flights take only around one hour. You’ll be arriving in one of Ninoy Aquino International Airport’s four terminals.
I choose to fly SkyJet because they have the fastest flights to Siargao. Another important thing to me when I fly is my comfort. SkyJet’s aircraft has very big legroom. I can seat back, relax at their plane’s very comfy seats.
It’s my second time to fly to Siargao with SkyJet and I like that it’s super convenient. Their flights to Siargao are direct flight [from Manila]. I can relax while flying because of its spacious legroom—handy since I always sleep during flights—and the temperature onbaord’s cool. I plan to go to Coron and Boracay, especially Coron, which I haven’t fully explored, and in those trips I’d still take SkyJet.
It was my first time to fly SkyJet and it was a very very good experience. I was completely blown away. [The flight] was very comfortable; the staff were very accommodating. I hope SkyJet gets to have more flights. I did not have even a second of regret I flew SkyJet. In my next plans—if I go to Boracay or Surigao—it’s a given that SkyJet’s my top-of-mind airline.
Direct flights from Manila to Camiguin and vice versa starts on
May 6, 2019
Direct flights from Manila to San Vicente and vice versa starts on
July 16, 2019