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Dammam, King Fahd International Airport

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Manila, Ninoy Aquino Intl Airport

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Those who travel have the opportunity of experiencing firsthand what other people read in books about. With the internet all information on any destination is at your fingertips. To streamline a little information for people travelling on Dammam to Manila flights, we present a brief on the places of interest especially in the two cities.

Dammam a Brief Introduction
Dammam’s ancient name was Damdama which meant sound of the drums. It is considered an important city due to th

e findings of pre historical artifacts and also considered an important due to its port and petroleum refining plants. Its proximity to the Persian Gulf makes the city experience very heavy rainfall in winters but summers start from warm and by the end become quite hot. Thus planning a Dammam to Manila flight, needs checking the weather before doing so.

Tarout Island which has an old fort is considered an archeological wonder. It is considered to be built around 5000yrs back King Abdullah Park is located on the seafront and has a huge number of fine dining restaurants, cafes, parks and children’s playgrounds. Dammam Corniche facing the sea front is another place developed for tourists which has lots of eateries, parks and shopping malls. Share Al- Hob traditional market is famous for selling regional handicrafts, jewelry, apparels and many more things.

Dammam has a few good eating joints to savor Middle Eastern cuisine. Fayrouz Lebanese restaurant specializes in Egyptian and Lebanese cuisine. Beit Misk is another well reviewed Lebanese restaurant. Heritage Village is one place to sample all Middle Eastern cuisine.

Dammam International Airport
King Fahad International Airport is 20kms away from the city center. It can be reached by taxis from the city. The airport has a few regional shops selling handicraft and products from the country. There are a few fast food joints and cafes which comprise the food court.

There are no hotels close to the airport but mostly concentrated in the city. Ramada Damam Hotel and Suites, Sheraton Dammam Hotel and Convention center, Dammam Palace Hotel, and Novotel Dammam Business Park are few luxury hotels in Dammam. Golden Tulip Dammam Corniche, Howard Johnson, Best Western, and Park Inn by Radisson are mid-range hotels.

Manila an Insight
Manila the capital of Philippines was earlier known as The Pearl of Orient as it was an important trading route. Located on the Manila Bay the city is known as one of the most densely populated cities of the world. Manila being situated on the Equator has very less temperature difference during summers and winters. But they have a prolonged rainy season.

Manila has a history going back to the 16th century. Although most of the city was destroyed during WWII yet they have restored and preserved the remaining monuments. San Augustine Church is the oldest in whole of Manila. It was left unharmed during WWII. The ornate interiors and the relics and artifacts present in the church of major historical importance. Fort Santiago was built on the entrance of the Pasig River. The Rizal Shrine Museum and gardens are most visited by the tourists and locals. Manila Cathedral is 444yrs old and is famous for papal visits. 

Manila Ocean Park has over 14000 marine creatures from 277 different species all found in the Asian sea water. It is considered as one amongst the world best public aquarium. Manila is also a good shopping destination. SM Mall is the most famous shopping mall for buying from regional brands which are around 330 stores under one roof. Century Mall is famous for housing many International brands along with regional ones.

Manila International Airport
Nino Aquino International airport is 7kms away from the city. Modes of transport include buses, taxis and direct airport rail lines. The Terminal 3 has two duty free shops along with a four level shopping mall. This mall has restaurants and cafes and fast food joints.

Maxims Hotels- Resort World, Manila Marriott Hotel, Dusit Thani Manila,Raffles Makati, and Fairmont are a few luxury hotels very close to the airport. The Heritage Hotel, Crown Regency Hotels and Resort, Holiday Inn & Suites, and Somerset Olympia are mid-range hotels within 5kms of the airport vicinity.

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