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Manila to Los Angeles

77 Anniversary Seat Sale to Los Angeles

Manila Airport Code: MNL
Los Angeles Airport Code: LAX
Flight Time: 12 hours 55 minutes

The City

Los Angeles is the epicenter of the movie industry. As millions of tourist flock to the city every year, they are greeted with the famous Long Beach, the district of Hollywood where tourists can see where the world’s biggest budget films are produced, and a restaurant scene unmatched across the globe. The multitude of Los Angeles attractions and its vibrant culture has created a melting pot of influences, and it is evident through the city’s gourmet restaurants, arts scene, and music venues.

With a Manila to Los Angeles direct flight taking 13 hours, The Downtown Los Angeles Skyline is less than a day away. It’s one of the most remarkable sights of architecture in the U.S. only second to the famous Big Apple. With bustling malls and shopping centers, LA treads the line between fast fashion and edgy boutiques to appeal to every taste. With the ability to secure cheap flights from Manila to Los Angeles, the major shopping districts are a significant attraction that brings in tourists all year round.


Downtown Los Angeles is the perfect place to watch the sunset. It was known as the “Wall Street of the West” back in the 1920s but now it has transformed from a financial district into a hip residential area, which has contributed to its redevelopment and transformation into a popular sightseeing destination.

Downtown is also home to NBA teams the LA Lakers and LA Clippers, who play their games at the prestigious Staples Center. Additionally, Downtown has been announced as the venue to the hold the Summer Olympics in 2028 showcasing its rich ties with sport through the decades and it will only continue to host world-class events in the future, too.

Other famous attractions and landmarks include the Griffith Observatory which looks out over the Los Angeles Basin, and Graumann’s Chinese Theater which houses a custom-built IMAX theater that screened the first showing of George Lucas’ Star Wars in 1977. There’s also the Capitol Records Building on Hollywood Boulevard for music fans to visit and remember artists like Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra to contemporary stars such as Justin Timberlake. Universal Studios Hollywood, Griffith Park, Getty Center, Getty Museum all of which are accessible by the many Los Angeles city tours are also popular tourist attractions in LA.


Los Angeles’ eclectic nightlife brings hoards of tourists to the vibrant city year-after-year. The 21st century has ushered in new and unique clubs that are rapidly making Los Angeles a place to book flights to solely for its nightlife. Standouts include funk club Part Time Punks and Funky Sole at the Echo that is fast becoming a place for Generation X and millennials to discover the sounds of the 60s and early 70s. On top of that, Low End Theory at the Airliner is the city’s premier spot for EDM where partygoers can see global artists such as Odd Future and Erykah Badhu perform.

Not to be missed off your list of places to party is Outspoken and the Clinic at Couture in Hollywood. It’s renowned for its bombastic dance nights and techno. And finally there’s the Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood Hills – an amazing amphitheatre that has seen The Doors, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and Elton John perform since its inception.

Where to Dine?

Los Angeles points of interest when it comes to dining are aplenty. The city is a breeding ground for wonderful restaurants and because of that it also has a number of acclaimed Michelin-starred eateries. Wolvesmouth at the Wolvesden is among the best Michelin starred restaurants in Chinatown and the Sidewalk Grill in Vermont specializes in Iranian and Persian cuisine. The Los Angeles dining scene is diverse to say the least. LA Times ‘Restaurant of the Year for 2017’ was the quaint Locol, which tries to redefine fast food. But if a diner is more aligned with what you’re looking for, try the famed In-N-Out Burger or LA’s abundance of pizzerias.

Travel Details

Public Transport:

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is a quick an effective mode of transport that offers subway trains and buses. LA’s Metro Rail has a total of six lines which travel to 80 different destinations across the city. The Metro Rail connects to the following stops: Downtown LA, Hollywood, Westside, Culver City, the San Fernando Valley, Pasadena, East LA, the Beach Cities and Long Beach. On top of that, there are three different bus services available including the Metro Local, Metro Express and Metro Rapid. Los Angeles bus tours are also available in the city center.

By car:

Los Angeles is huge, so an ideal way to explore the inner workings of the city is via car where you can travel on the city’s famous freeways. The city interstates 405, 10 and 5 will take you to any neighbouring cities if you wish to explore the United States further. By car, there’s the option to head to many of LA’s well-known streets such as the Sunset Strip, Wilshire Boulevard, Hollywood Boulevard, Mulholland Drive and Downtown LA.

By Bike:

Although LA is a car city, there are tons of bike paths due to the surge in locals biking to work. There are specialist bike paths like in Pacific Palisades that carries on into Redondo Beach. The county’s biggest bike track is the San Gabriel River Trail.

Disability Access:

LA is very accommodating if you have a disability. LAX is one of the world’s best airports and it has many disabled-friendly amenities such as wheelchair services and all Metro Rail lines are accessible via wheelchair, too. There are also wheelchair lifts throughout Los Angeles International Airport.

Events: April 16 – December 31, 2018

If you’re already saving money on a cheap flight from Manila to LAX and looking for things to do in Los Angeles then you’ll be glad to know there is lots going on in 2018. Check out some of the events in Los Angeles such as on May 5, as the city holds its annual Cinco de Mayo Festival. The popular Coachella music festival is taking place across the weekends of April 13-15 and April 20-22 bolstered by a stellar line-up as usual. LA Pride is set to return to West Hollywood in early June, yet no official details have been announced.

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