Philippines

Philippines

The idyllic archipelago of the Philippines is a destination that combines the best of the big city with an exotic paradise. With Philippines travel packages from Qatar Airways Holidays, you can explore Filipino culture and cuisine while enjoying the tropical climate and stunning scenery.

Whether you choose to visit the eclectic, vibrant entity that is the capital city, Manila, with its rich Spanish, American and Asian influences, or the more relaxed island paradise of Cebu - or even take a Philippines tour package that encompasses the two — your luxury holiday is sure to be a unique and memorable experience.

Philippines Destinations

Philippines Holiday Packages

For Philippines holiday packages that can be tailored to your exact desires, take a look at the selection from Qatar Airways Holidays and find the best in hotels, food, shopping and sightseeing that the country has to offer.

Whether you want the vibrancy of a city in the sun, or the peace and quiet of a tropical beach destination, our Philippines holidays can give you the trip of a lifetime with luxury accommodation and excellent flights from departure points worldwide.

Good to know

Time Zone

GMT+8 hours

Languages

Filipino, English

Dialing Code

+63

Electricity

220V 60Hz

Currency

Philippine peso

Philippines Experiences

  • Wherever your luxury hotel in the Philippines is based, you won’t be short of things to do. If your holiday base is in Manila, there are many tourist attractions to keep you occupied, such as the 18th century Malacanang Palace with its beautiful public gardens and museum, or the National Museum of the Philippines. In Cebu, there is stunning scenery to explore and fascinating wildlife to see, as well as water sports for thrill-seekers. For those looking for a more relaxing experience, you can simply lay back on the beach and soak up the sun.
  • Shopping across the Philippines ranges from luxury shopping malls with a huge range of designer brands to traditional markets such as the Divisoria Market in Manila or the Carbon Market in Cebu, where you can immerse yourself in local culture.
  • For foodies interested in culinary tours of the Philippines, there is plenty to spark the tastebuds. Manila’s diverse cultural influences come together in its food scene with local cuisine blending seamlessly with Spanish, Asian and American dishes. Visitors can try anything from street food to high-end restaurants and the city boasts one of the biggest Chinatowns in the world.
  • In Cebu, fresh seafood is the order of the day and you can find some of the best fresh tuna you’ll ever taste, cooked traditionally on a charcoal grill. Food lovers should also look out for kinilaw, a spiced fresh fish dish that’s a local favourite.