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Airports in San Diego
San Diego International Airport is the main airport serving the city of San
Diego, California. It is an international airport situated around 4.8
kilometers away from the city's center. The airport is owned & operated
by San Diego County Regional Airport Authority. It is a focus city for
Alaska Airlines & Southwest Airlines. Both passenger and cargo services
are offered by the airport to domestic and international destinations.
These destinations include San Jose, London, Tokyo, Calgary, Mexico City,
Atlanta, Sacramento, Chicago, Las Vegas, and more. The airport is well
connected to the city via public transportation, rental cars, taxis, ride
shares, shuttles, and more.
The capital of Philippines, Manila (officially City of Manila) is one of
the oldest cities in the country. Situated on the eastern shore of Manila
Bay, it is home to several landmarks. Some of these include Fort Santiago,
San Agustin Church, National Museum of the Filipino People, Ayala Museum,
The National Gallery of Art, Metropolitan Museum of Manila, Manila
Cathedral, and more. If you are a foodie then head to the oldest Chinatown
to enjoy the delicious Hokkien food, Pasay Seafood Market for sea food, or
Divisoria Market for street food. The Divisoria Market is also a great
place to shop for cloths, handicrafts, various fresh produce of the region,
and more on a reasonable price.
Things to Do in Manila
The Manila Baywalk is a waterside promenade stretching up to nearly 2
kilometers between US Embassy and the Cultural Center of the Philippines
(CCP). Lined with palm trees, it is best suited to watch a setting sun in
the city. Here one can find all from skyscrapers, cafes, restaurants, live
music street performers, to food vendors.
Pasay Seafood Market
The Pasay Seafood Market is situated near the Mall of Asia. Here are stalls
piled with shrimps, lobsters, langoustines, crabs, mussels, and variety of
fish from tuna to blue marlin. From some of the shops here one can buy raw
sea food and can get it prepared according to one’s taste at the
restaurants outside the market. Though it can be little expensive way to
dine but is a great way to taste the fresh produce of the region.
The Divisoria Market is one of the best place to taste the city’s street
food and to indulge in shopping. Here one can buy accessories, handicrafts,
various fresh produce of the region, and more. One can easily bargain with
the vendors for more reasonable prices. However, it is suggested to hire a
guide so that you can negotiate with the vendors.
Best Time to Fly to Manila
Dry Season (November-April) is the best time to visit the city of Manila,
Philippines. Manila experiences pleasant weather during this season. One
can also opt to travel to the city in between May-October (Rainy Season).
Rains are not constant and will barely impact your travel plans. Since this
is also the lean season, one can grab good deals.