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Fly Manila to Sydney From $427 – 77th Anniversary Sale

Manila to Sydney

77 Anniversary Seat Sale to Sydney

Manila Airport Code: MNL
Sydney Airport Code: SYD
Flight Time: 11 hours 50 minutes

The City

Made up of 658 different suburbs, Sydney is a sprawling city, and the biggest in Australia. A culturally diverse city inspired by innovation and cutting edge architecture, it boasts the world’s largest natural made harbor that stretches more than 70 kilometers. With so much to do in Sydney, it has seen unprecedented tourism in recent years and continues to welcome new travelers each year, amazed by the city’s beauty.

Its rich history makes Sydney an incredibly interesting city to explore on vacation. Manila to Sydney flights are accessible direct to the Australian city’s airport which is located 8 kilometers south of the city center, in the suburb of Mascot. With the airport only being a stone’s throw away from the city center, and the public transportation in Sydney exemplary, tourists have an easy route into the heart of the city upon arrival.


The Sydney Harbour Bridge is an iconic part of the city’s skyline and is the sixth largest arch bridge in the world. It was built under the direction of the famous John Bradfield in 1932, and continues to be a focal point of the city. Port Jackson, where the bridge spans is also home to the celebrated Sydney Opera House, which has been showcasing world-class musicians and opera singers for nearly 60 years. Its modern expressionist design stands out, even amongst the city’s varied architectural themes. To get a stunning panoramic view of the city, The Sydney Eye, formerly known as the Centrepoint Tower, stands tall in the middle of Westfield, providing tourists the opportunity to look out over the Harbour and as far as the Blue Mountains.

Once you’ve seen the bustling city from above, there’s no better way to relax than to venture to the city’s two most famous sunbathing hotspots: Bondi Beach and Marley Beach. The perfect destinations for you to take a breather from walking the streets in search of the best shops in Sydney, the aforementioned beaches are extremely unique, with their white sand and crystal blue water. The famed Bondi to the Coogee Coastal Walk is a great way to see the surrounding scenery and gets some cardio in while on vacation.

Other notable attractions include SEA-LIFE Aquarium that has five aquatic exhibitions, and the gothic Government House that was built in 1846, which can be located on Macquarie Street next to the 30-heactares of wildlife at the Botanic Gardens.


Kings Cross is arguably the epicenter of Sydney’s party scene. The best clubs in Sydney stay open until the early hours, so if you have the energy to party through the night, it’s the perfect environment for you to forget about life and enjoy yourself. Highlights include the Ivy Nightclub in the heart of George Street with its rooftop pool bar, the four-storey World Bar in the aforementioned Kings Cross, Oxford Arc Factory which is an amalgamation of Andy Warhol’s Factory in New York and the famous Hacienda in Manchester, England. It’s also one of the premier music venues in the area. Frankie’s Pizza, a combination of pinball machines, live music and a pizza café is one of the more eclectic gathering spots in the city, and offers a unique retro take on pop culture.

In terms of hip bars that need to be visited, the Sydney bar scene specializes in rooftop entertainment perfect for afternoon drinking and partying at night. Standouts include Level Seven at the Primus Hotel, The Light Brigade, Coogee Pavilion, East Village Hotel, Glenmore Hotel, and the extensive cocktail menu courtesy of The Rook.

Where to Dine?

Sydney’s culinary experience is similar to its diverse culture. Local favorites such as Ester has a menu that is determined by seasons, and it has a wine menu that is hard to rival. The restaurant is a more laid-back, minimalist hotspot that is so good, it’s frequented by the city’s top restaurant critics and the crème de la crème of the city’s chefs – the food is that good. French-Japanese fusion restaurant Tetsuya is one of Sydney’s major players, helmed by the acclaimed Chef Tetsuya Wakuda who is actively training the next generation of amazing culinary masterminds. Tetsuya is known for its ten-course menu and its oysters are a firm favorite of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey.

Travel Details

Public Transport:

Purchasing an Opal Card will allow you to add load that can be used to access buses, trains, ferries and light rail. These transportation options will mean you can travel to places as far as the Blue Mountains, Hunter, Southern Highlands and further afield to the surrounding suburbs. Sydney buses run 24-hours-a-day and the trains run from 4am until midnight everyday.

By car:

Due to the vast amount of suburbs not to mention beaches around Sydney, the option of having a rental car at hand is a great way to venture to the outskirts of the city and beyond.

By Bike:

Sydney has more than 31,000 residents cycling around the city everyday. It’s very much pro-cycling so the government has launched initiatives such as the Cycling in the City and Bike Care and Maintenance programs which provide a vast bike network which includes bike paths. Dockless bike sharing is also prevalent in Sydney, which provides a very efficient and cheap way to explore the city.

Disability Access:

The city’s long-term vision to make all transportation, even the Sydney ferries accessible for disable persons means that the buses, trains and taxis are fully inclusive and accessible.

Events: April 16 – December 31, 2018

Sydney turns into the fashion capital of Australia during the middle of May when the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia takes place at Redfern and Waterloo. It’s a global event where buyers, consumers, and critics convene to witness the best designers and fashion ranges the world has to offer. Following on from Fashion Week, on May 25 through until June 16, the popular Vivid Sydney is a truly unique event “of light, music, ideas featuring an outdoor gallery of extraordinary lighting sculptures, a cutting-edge contemporary music program and some of the world’s most important creative industry forums,” according to Tourism Australian. From early March until December 18, the Royal Botanic Gardens allow visitors the luxury of exploring the diversity and heritage of the gardens for free accompanied by a tour guide. Starting at 10.30am everyday, the tour provides insights into the history of the gardens and the many species of plants on show. A trip to the city wouldn’t be complete without venturing to the Sydney Cricket Ground where you can either catch an Australian Rules Football match cheering on the Sydney Swans or catch the national cricket team in action.

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