Party in the Philippines as Cebu Pacific turns 20 - Alvinology

Party in the Philippines as Cebu Pacific turns 20

Cebu Pacific Air's new livery

Cebu Pacific Air (CEB), the Philippines’ largest carrier today marks its 20th anniversary with a special systemwide seat sale from 8 to 10 March 2016, or until seats last.

The sale offers all-inclusive fares from as low as S$44 from Singapore direct to Manila, Cebu, Iloilo, Clark and Davao and is valid for travel from 1 July 2016 to 31 March 2017.

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“It’s amazing to see how far we’ve come in the past 20 years! Our trademark lowest fares and friendly cabin crew have helped over 100 million passengers explore the best of the Philippines and other exciting destinations around the world. Take advantage of this sale to join in the fun. With vibrant festivals celebrating the best music, culture and food there’s definitely something for everyone!” Shared Candice Iyog, CEB’s Vice-President for Marketing and Distribution.

Feast like a king in Davao

Dig into some of the Philippines’ best produce, and indulge in some locally-made cheeses at the Malagos Garden Resort or get your durian fix at Bankerohan Market where you could also pick up unique treats such as durian-flavoured coffee or cheesecake. Travellers in August will also have the chance to witness Kadayawan Festival, celebrating the vast natural resources of the area and the abundant yearly harvest, a must attend for foodies of all ages.

Make merry in Manila

From high-end shopping centres like Greenbelt in Makati to thrift stores known as ukay-ukays, the shopping in Manila never disappoints. After a full-day of shopping, grab an ice-cold San Miguel at Roxas Boulevard and toast to one of the best sunsets the city has to offer. Travellers looking for something different can visit in December for the ‘The Metro Manila Film Festival’, an annual celebration of the Filipino talents in the movie industry and get close to the stars during the famous float parade.

Party the night away in Cebu

Let your hair down in Cebu and dance the night away at Mango Square or Cebu IT Park, some of the most happening spots in the city. Or head to the Ibiza Beach Club at Mövenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu where both tourists and locals party into the early hours of the morning. Alternatively, park yourself at one of the lively bars around town and unwind to some live music as you mingle with friendly locals.

Bring on the fun in Clark

Hold an outdoor barbeque party for your family and friends at one of Clark’s many open spaces and spend some quality time together. Looking for something a little different? The annual Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta is a weekend to remember, designed to celebrate everything that flies each February. From hot air balloons and kites to paragliding and aircraft fly-bys, there is sure to be something for even the most passionate aviator.

Revel in colourful culture in Iloilo

Walk amidst historic architecture and learn more about the vibrant past of the old Queen City of the South. Be part of the annual Dinagyang Festival in January 2017, one of the Philippines’ most lively festivals marked with flamboyant costumes and traditional dances. Visit the Church of San Jose, said to be the birthplace of the Dinagyang festival. Before heading home, swing by JM Basa Street, a shopping hub frequented by locals.

CEB flies from Singapore to Manila up to 32 times weekly, 7 weekly flights to both Cebu and Clark, up to 3 weekly flights to Iloilo and 2 weekly flights to Davao.

For bookings and inquiries, visit or call +65-3158-0808. The latest seat sales and updates may also be found on the Cebu Pacific Air official Facebook and Twitter pages.

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