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Voos baratos de Bangkok para Manila

Informações sobre voos de Bangkok para Manila

Baixa temporada para viagens

Março
R$ 429

Alta temporada para viagens

Junho
R$ 420

Menor preço da passagem de ida e volta

R$ 1.733
Bangcoc(DMK) ⇒ Manila(MNL)

Menor preço de voo direto

R$ 788
Bangcoc(BKK) ⇒ Manila(MNL)

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Quando as passagens aéreas de Bangcoc (BKK) a Manila (MNL) são mais baratas?

    As companhias aéreas ajustam os preços dos voos de Bangcoc a Manila com base na data e hora de sua reserva. Através da análise dos dados de todas as companhias aéreas, os menores preços de voo podem ser reservados no Trip.com às terças, quartas e sábados.
  • Quanto custam os voos de Bangcoc (BKK) a Manila (MNL)?

    De acordo com os dados do Trip.com, o menor preço está em torno de R$ 6.559.
  • Quanto tempo dura o voo de Bangcoc (BKK) a Manila (MNL)?

    Leva cerca de 3 horas 23 minutos para voar de Bangcoc (BKK) a Manila (MNL).
  • Quais são as recomendações de viagem para Manila durante a pandemia da COVID19?

    Restrições de entrada e alterações e cancelamentos de horários de voos são freqüentemente atualizados e sujeitos a alterações. Se você planeja viajar para Manila, obtenha as informações mais atualizadas da companhia aérea com a qual você planeja fazer a reserva. Você também pode consultar COVID19 Country/Region Entry Restrictions para mais informações.
  • Quais companhias aéreas oferecem alterações de datas, sem custo, para voos para esta cidade durante a pandemia da COVID19?

    Não há companhias aéreas com voos para esta cidade que forneçam este serviço. Utilize estas informações apenas como referência e confirme com a companhia aérea antes de fazer a reserva.

Programação de voo de Bangkok para Manila

Informações do voo
Partida
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01:30

BKK

05:45

MNL

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05:40

BKK

10:20

MNL

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07:25

BKK

11:45

MNL

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11:15

BKK

15:50

MNL

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12:20

DMK

16:45

MNL

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13:30

BKK

18:00

MNL

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13:50

BKK

18:10

MNL

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14:30

BKK

18:45

MNL

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18:50

BKK

23:15

MNL

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21:20

DMK

01:45

MNL

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22:55

BKK

03:15

MNL

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Flight from Bangkok (BKK) to Manila (MNL)

The ‘Pearl of the Orient’ or Manila is the heart and soul of the Philippines. With its rich cultural heritage, it will only be fair to say that the city is underappreciated. The city is a mix of oriental and occidental archaeological history with Spanish origins and a touch of American and Japanese culture because of colonization. Modern Manila is a heady mix of grand colonial churches, hyper-malls, museums, and street life that all combines to create a wonderful vacation destination.

Tip: Manila enjoys a tropical savanna climate with little temperature variation and an average annual temperature of 27.6°C, so you might want to pack accordingly.

Getting to Manila

Flights from Bangkok to Manila departs from Suvarnabhumi International Airport, which is just 25 km east of downtown Bangkok. Many airlines provide direct flights to Manila on a regular basis like the AirAsia Philippines, Philippine Airlines, Thai Airways and Bangkok Airways. There are other layover options available by careers like Jetstar Asia, Cathay Pacific, Dragon Air, Scoot, Hong Kong Airlines, Singapore Airlines, China Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Vietnam Airlines, Royal Brunei Airlines and a few more. For cheap flights from Bangkok, you might want to check flights by Cebu Pacific. It takes on an average of 3 hours 30 mins by a direct flight and about 9 hours via connecting flight.

Tip: Make sure to reach the Suvarnabhumi International Airport well before time so you do not get lost and miss your flight in one of the biggest international airports of Southeast Asia.

Where to stay

Accommodation depends on every individual’s preferences and budget. Manila is not the most budget efficient destination when it comes to finding a place to stay but if you plan well in advance, you’ll be able to find your pick. For solo travellers, Makati will be a safe choice, while if you have come to experience the nightlife you might want to check out the properties in Quezon City. Intramuros is a good area for families and if you’re one of those who like to stay near the water, Malate is the area for you.

Tip: If you are on a budget vacation, we have an option for you as well, check out properties at Ermita.

Manila’s attraction

Manila’s biggest tourist attraction is the Spanish heritage which comes from its origins. The rich neoclassical architecture talks in length about the history of the city which also has a hint of American and Japanese culture due to past colonization. Manila has some of the world’s best museums, hosts amazing walking and cycling tours, is home to many beautiful art galleries and the world’s oldest Chinatown. Find time to visit the Citadel, Fort Santiago, Manila Cathedral, National Museum of Fine Arts, Manila Ocean Park and Casa Manila among others.

Tip: Manila offers some great diving options, book them well in advance and be sure of the country’s standards of professionalism, safety and security.

Shop and Dine

SM Mall of Asia is one of the largest shopping complexes in the Philippines offering extensive choices. There is Divisoria Market which is famous for street shopping. Other options available are the Silahis Arts & Artifacts, Legazpi Sunday Market, Balikbayan Handicrafts Center, Greenhills Shopping Centre, Chinatown, Boracay Island and Macton Island. Manila is sure to offer you some memorable dining experience with its locally brewed liquor and the indigenous dishes in the Philippines. Check out areas like Pampanga and Binondo for some great places to eat.

Tip: Remember to try the local cuisine of Manila, it is sure to leave your taste buds happy.

Commute in Manila

Manila or better known as Metro-Manila is comparatively crowded than any other city in the Philippines. You can take the LRT and MRT Railway routes that have great connectivity. Further for a hassle-free journey, you can take a Grab Taxi, an Uber or rent a Bike Taxi to explore the undiscovered and underappreciated Manila.

Tip: There are air-conditioned buses called Jeepneys in Manila which are mostly taken by the locals but you are free to travel them to get more personal experience of the city.

Conclusions

You can give a visit to Trip.com to help you organize your trip like local sightseeing, commuting and finding comfortable accommodation. You can also avail great savings by clubbing flight and hotel reservations and making a booking well in advance. Trip.com collates all information about food, places of interest, weather, travel, and offers 24-hour customer service for an unforgettable experience.