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Riyadh, King Khalid International Airport

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


Manila, Ninoy Aquino Intl Airport

Manila, Philippines


Cheap Riyadh to Manila Flights

One a modern and high rise city and another upcoming city, that’s what you will encounter once you are aboard any Riyadh to Manila Flight. Though not many people know about Manila and are skeptics about travelling, we attempt to throw light on the main attractions of the city.


Riyadh has been derived from the Arabic word “rawdah” meaning, “place of gardens and trees”. Situated on a flat plateau on the Arabian Peninsula, Riyadh has a hot

desert climate with very hot summers and cool and windy winters.
Start off with Al Muraba’s historical palace which was built for the king to stay in 1900’s. A small museum has been set showcasing artifacts related to Arabian history. The Musmak Fort and Old Diriyah city are other icons of the city. The National museum is another place to know and see about the history of Riyadh. Relics over here date from the Stone Age. The Antiquities Museum is another place to see all the artifacts, furniture, utensils and manuscripts, etc. found during the excavation in different sites in Saudi Arabia.

Historical places not only take the attention in the city, there are some modern structures which are a sight to see. Al Faisaliah Tower at 267 mtrs is owned by a Saudi Prince. It is 267mtrs tall. It is occupied by a five star hotel, offices, luxury apartments, and the Sky shopping mall which has all international retail and shops. The top most floor is famous for The Glass Orb . The upper floor is shaped as an orb and made of all glass and serves as a viewing platform too. Kingdom Center is another steel and glass wonder structure. The most famous activity amongst the tourists is shooting in the high speed elevators to the Sky Bridge, which connects the two towers along with serving as a viewing platform for the view of the city.

Riyadh Airport and Hotels

King Khalid International Airport has the biggest land area in the world.  There are a plethora of duty free shops, and shops selling local handicraft and souvenirs. The food court has many international outlets along with traditional cuisine restaurants. To travel to and fro taxis and a few hotel shuttles are available.
Luxury hotels near the airport are Novotel, Makarim Riyadh, and Holiday Inn. The mid-range hotels are Leen Resorts and Laden Chalets.

About Manila

Manila is built on the fertile eastern shore of Manila Bay. Once known as the “ Pearl of Asia” the Philippine war destroyed the glory of the city. The climate here is typically tropical, this is the city endures very high rainfall nearly all the year. The temperature is always warm to pleasant but never hot or chilly.

Although the war saw most of the prehistoric buildings being destroyed, yet Manila restored whatever was left. San Augustine Church is the oldest standing building here. It has faced seven earthquakes and WWII and still stands in all its glory. There is a small museum in the same vicinity which has all the artifacts collected from the church on display. Fort Santiago is another tourist choice. The fort has well-manicured lawns, ponds and a shrine of Dr. Rizal who was executed here. Manila Cathedral is known for being the head of all churches in Philippine, thus is quite famous for its pipe organ, altar and ceiling and glass artwork.
The trip aboard Riyadh to Manila flight can be termed as an eye opener due to the journey from an high tech city to one which is slowly coming up.  

Manila International Airport

Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport is 4kms away from the city. Buses and taxis are the best means to reach. All the four terminals have small eateries but only terminal 4 has a food court. The food court has cafes, very few restaurants and fast food and coffee joints. The arrival and departure lounge have a duty free shop each.
For passengers planning to stay near the airport, New World Makati Hotel, Maxims hotel, Mariotte, and Nobu are luxury class. Whereas Belmont, The Henry Hotel, Midas Hotel, and Golden Phoenix hotel are budget hotels to stay.

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