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4D3N Manila-Antipolo-Tagaytay

4D3N Manila-Antipolo-Tagaytay

MYR1715 / per person
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  • Destination
  • Included
    Airport Transfer
    Entrance Fee
    Meal as per itinerary
  • Not Included
    Flight Ticket
    Halal Meal
    Tipping to Guide
    Travel Insurance

Tour Plan



Meet & greet at Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Airport code: MNL). Get ready to say “Mabuhay, Manila” as we explore exciting places in the capital of FUN. We visit the charms of old Manila starting with Rizal Park, a massive plaza named after the greatest Filipino hero, Dr. Jose Rizal. We then enter the walled city of Intramuros and explore historical gems like Fort Santiago, Plaza Roma, and Manila Cathedral. Get ready to see the modern and progressive side of Manila as we take you to Bonifacio Global City.

We visit Manila American Memorial – the largest American memorial in Asia Pacific – then Venice Grand Canal Mall, a unique shopping mall inspired by the beautiful Italian city. Dinner will be served in a local restaurant. Transfer to hotel for check in. Overnight in Manila


Breakfast at the hotel. Prepare for a busy and fun day exploring Antipolo and eastern Manila. We start in Quezon City with Quezon Memorial Circle, a national park in the shape of an ellipse holding the final resting place of former Philippine President Manuel Quezon. We then travel to the Antipolo City, a suburb of Manila dubbed the Pilgrimage City in the Sky for its location on higher altitudes on the slopes of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range. Antipolo is known for its native delicacy suman (a glutinous rice cake cooked in coconut milk), roasted cashew nuts, and the Antipolo Cathedral. Brought from Mexico in 1626, the Marian image in Antipolo Cathedral is believed by many to be miraculous in granting safe travels, prosperous lives, and healing the sick.

  Enjoy lunch at Luljetta’s Place amidst lush greenery while enjoying a commanding view of the majestic Laguna de Bay and Manila skyline. We continue to Marikina City, the Shoe Capital of the Philippines, famous for its delicacy Everlasting (Marikina-style meatloaf). Photo stop at Marikina’s historical Chanyungco Ancestral House and Kapitan Moy Building then proceed to the Book Museum to see some of the rarest and smallest books. A visit to Marikina is never complete without visiting the Shoe Museum which showcases what remains of Imelda Marcos's legendary stash of shoes, and the world’s largest shoes made in Marikina which is big enough to fit 30 normal-sized people. Dinner at a local restaurant then transfer back to hotel. Overnight in Manila


Breakfast at the hotel then proceed to Tagaytay for a full day of exploration. For many, Tagaytay provides a refreshing escape from the hustle and bustle of the big city due to its cool, breezy, and at times foggy weather. Tagaytay sits on a ridge 685 meters above Taal Lake and its island-volcano. Tagaytay’s extensive fruit and flower gardens are attributed to its rich, fertile soil. Tagaytay is also a popular destination for people who wish to marvel at Taal Volcano, known as the world’s smallest active volcano. We visit Museo Orlina, where exquisite glass sculptures are proudly displayed.   Enjoy the cool breeze and lush sceneries at Picnic Grove then sample the freshest fresh fruits at the local market or maybe try local delicacies like buko pie (coconut pie), Mushroom Burger, or crispy fried tawilis (freshwater sardine fish endemic to Taal Lake). Afternoon back to Manila. To cap the day, we watch the world’s largest multicolor dancing water fountain at Okada Manila. Lunch and dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight in Manila.


Breakfast at the hotel then free time until check out. Transfer to airport for your flight. Farewell and until we meet again

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Package include: Nightly accommodation as mentioned • Breakfast and other meals as mentioned (Full board meals) • Roundtrip airport-hotel-airport transfers as mentioned • Mandatory Boracay environmental fee and jetty port fees PHP 275 per person (For Boracay only) • Mandatory snorkeling fee PHP 40 per person (For Boracay island hopping tour only) • Mandatory Puerto Princesa environmental fee PHP 150 per person (For Puerto Princesa only) • Mandatory El Nido ETDF environmental fee PHP 200 per person (For El Nido only) • Life vest, mask, and snorkel during island hopping tours • Tour program as mentioned including entrance fees and all transfers • Tours include service of English-speaking tour guide (Additional USD 140 /group /day for OPTIONAL Indonesia, Mandarin, Spanish, French, Arabic, or Korean-speaking).

  Package exclude: International/domestic air tickets (Unless stated otherwise) • Philippines tourist visa if any (See list of visa-free countries by clicking here) • Personal expenses (Telephone, mini bar, laundry) • Beverages and other items which are not included in the meal plan • Optional tours and other optional meals • Airport taxes, porter fees, seaport terminal fees, etc. (Seaport terminal fee PHP 30 per person for Corregidor, Cebu City Pier terminal fee of PHP 25 per person, Tagbilaran Bohol Port terminal fee of PHP 20 per person) • Tip for driver/guide (USD 3 x number of days x number of persons).

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