Peak season flights to the Philippines!
Scoot is offering a great price for flights from Singapore to Kalibo, located on Panay Island, Philippines. This is a budget solution for those headed from to Boracay as it is easily accessible from Kalibo!
There are plenty of reasons to visit the Philippines! This amazing destination offers pretty much everything you need: the world class beaches, awesome conditions for water sports, stunning mountains and volcanoes, along with caves and rice terraces to explore.
Head to Legazpi, in the south of Luzon Island, to see the perfect cone of the majestic Mayon Volcano (2,463 m) and the ruins of Cagsawa Church. 460 km north from Manila, you’ll find Banaue village, surrounded by rice fields of Batad. Going up and down the rice terraces in this breath-taking scenery is a truly unique experience! The fields were introduced around 2000 years ago by the Chinese.
In Bohol island, near Cebu, you’ll see the weirdest landscapes ever! The plain is dotted with more than 1260 so-called Chocolate Hills. In the dry season, the grass-covered geological formations turn chocolate brown. On the island of Bohol there’s also a tarsier sanctuary where you can come face to face with the world's smallest primate!
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January – May, 2019
Jan 28 – Feb 3, Feb 6-13, 15-24, Feb 25 – Mar 3, Mar 6-15, 22-29, Apr 8-15, Apr 29 – May 8, May 10-19, 24-31,
Singapore – Kalibo – Singapore
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Wee recommend White Beach Front and Cottages, with very good reviews! This hotel features a private beach area and rooms with ensuite bathrooms, a kitchen, fridge and flat-screen tv.
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