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Flights from Manila to Newark

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Airports in Manila

The national capital of the Philippines, Manila is served by two airports- Ninoy Aquino International Airport and Clark International Airport. Ninoy Aquino International Airport (also known as Manila International Airport) is the primary airport serving Manila and its surrounding metropolitan area. It is also the main international gateway for travelers to the Philippines. Located 4.3 miles away from Manila, the airport offers scheduled flights to several major national and international destinations. Passengers can avail seamless connectivity between the airport and the city through shuttle buses, state buses, jeepney, rail and road. Clark International Airport serves Central Luzon and Greater Manila Area. It is located 49.7 miles away from Manila and offers scheduled domestic and international flights.

Explore Newark

Newark is the third oldest city in the US and most populous city in the state of New Jersey. This riverside city near the Passaic River turns the city's scenic waterfront into a major part of the Port of New York and New Jersey. The city forms the cultural axis of the state because it hosts multiple arts and entertainment options. Two such centers are the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and the Newark Museum, with the latter being home to a splendid collection of American paintings and sculptures. Also of note is the Branch Brook Park (the country’s oldest county park) that is home to the country’s largest collection of cherry blossom trees.

Things to do in Newark

Newark Museum

The Newark Museum is the largest museum in Newark and the state of New Jersey. It is home to the largest collection of Tibetan art in the western hemisphere and a stellar combination of art and science. The museum comprises 80 art galleries full of artifacts of the ancient world, the Americas, Asia and Africa. Newark Museum’s science section is hallmarked by Dreyfuss Planetarium and the 70000-specimens strong Victoria Hall of Science.

Branch Brook Park

The Branch Brook Park is home to the largest collection of cherry blossoms in the US. It was founded in 1895 as the nation’s first county park and was designed by landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead who had designed New York City’s Central Park. It has more than 4300 cherry blossom trees across over fourteen different varieties, thus attracting its name of the Cherryblossomland. This park also hosts Cherry Blossom Festival every year in April.

Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart

Built during 1899 and 1954, the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart is the fifth-largest cathedral in North America and seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark. This cathedral is a breathtaking example of French Gothic architecture and is a considered a mirror image of the one located at Rheims in France. The Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart tops at 323 feet and is focally marked by its generous use of stained glass, 3 rose windows and imported marbles.

Best Time to fly to Newark

The best time to fly to Newark is between the spring and early summer seasons from March to August. The city is comfortably placed between 70 and 98 deg F with occasional rains as it celebrates its Cherry Blossom Festival in April. Budget travelers can visit Newark between autumn and early winter (from September to February). The mercury is comfortably placed between 60 to 90 deg F and one can enjoy Brazilian Festival and James Moody Democracy of Jazz Festival during this period.