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Published on : Saturday, April 2, 2016
Summer is almost here! The largest airline in the Philippines, Cebu Pacific Air (PSE: CEB) is launching a crazy seat sale to help make your planning that much easier and even more affordable. The crazy sale is available from now until 3rd April, 2016, or until seats last, between Hong Kong and the Philippines!
Travel period is from 15th April to 31st July, 2016 for Hong Kong to Manila, and from 1st June to 31st July, 2016 for other Hong Kong to Philippines routes.
For limited three days only, one-way flights from Hong Kong to Manila are on offer for merely HK$228, while one-way fares from Hong Kong to Clark, Cebu, Kalibo (Boracay) or Iloilo are also available for HK$398. The fares are inclusive of taxes and surcharges, but exclusive of baggage allowance and meals.
The crazy seat sale comes in time for planning a sun and beach get-away this summer with friends and family. The Philippines is renowned for its beautiful beaches, and three of them have made it to CNN’s list of Top 100 Beaches in the World. Puka beach, the second longest beach in the picturesque Boracay, differs from the many beaches on Boracay as it is relatively unoccupied. This large part of the land is where locals meet to collect Puka shells, which is where the name of the beach came from. The beauty of this beach, in addition to the white sand and blue water, is its tranquility. One can only hear the sound of soft and gentle waves touching the white sand, making it much more relaxing and romantic.
Another beach that made it to the impressive list is El Nido in Palawan. As the last frontier of the Philippines, Palawan is the largest province in the country and El Nido is well-known for its extraordinary natural environment and ecosystem. Imagine a sun and beach vacation with stunning views of karst limestone formations, empty lagoons, marble cliffs, prehistoric caves and waterfalls, or the chance to see more than 50 species of coral and precious marine animals, such as sea cows, manta rays, endangered turtles, dolphins, sharks and even whales.
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