Manila Transfers

Manila Transfers

Explore Manila's top tourist spots to/from the airport when you book these Manila airport transfers for your trip in the Philippines. Avoid the delay and hassle of commuting or riding public transportation in Manila with these comfortable Manila airport pick up and drop off.

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Frequently asked questions

What are the pick-up and drop-off locations for transfers in Manila?

The official pick-up and drop-off locations for transfers in Manila are Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) 1-4 to/from Mandaluyong, BGC, Makati, Paranaque, Manila (Binondo, Quiapo, Bay area), Tunasan, Muntinlupa, Alabang, Sta. Lucia/Santolan, Ortigas, and Las Pinas.

What are the benefits of booking a Manila airport transfer?

Booking a transfer in Manila is very convenient, whether you’re traveling solo, with a small group, or with a big group. Not only will you be brought to your destination safely with an experienced driver, but in case of flight delays, your Manila airport pick up driver will wait for you and your group to arrive. You’ll also be able to find the best car type for you and your group when you book via travel booking websites like Guide to the Philippines. Along with deciding on which vehicle to choose, it’s also best to take into consideration the number of luggage you have in total so everyone will be able to travel together safely.

Should I book a transfer online before arriving in Manila or once I arrive?

It’s best to pre-book a transfer via online trip booking platforms before arriving in Manila. You’ll have the flexibility to choose from different vehicles, read real reviews from past customers, and then choose the most fit for you and your group based on the number of travelers, budget, and amount of luggage. You’ll be able to avoid hidden costs as well or add some additional service during your trip (some car transfer operators offer food and drinks on board).

Along with booking your transfer in advance, we recommend checking out our Manila travel guide to learn about the best things to do in Manila. You can also take a look at some Manila day tours that you can include in your Manila vacation.

How far is Ninoy Aquino International Airport from Makati City, Manila City, Mandaluyong City, Las Pinas, Paranaque, Pasig, Quezon City, and Caloocan among others?

Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) is the official airport of Manila, and is located in Pasay City, Metro Manila. It is 8km away from Makati City, 13km away from Manila City, 13km away from Mandaluyong City, 14km away from Las Pinas, 15km away from Paranaque, 20km away from Pasig, 29km away from Quezon City, and 34km away from Caloocan.

Along with being the main gateway for international travelers, NAIA is also an entry point to Manila for flights coming from other Philippine airports.

What are the best hotels near Manila airport?

The best accommodations near Manila airport include top 5-star hotels in the Philippines such as Okada Manila, Solaire Resort and Casino, and Conrad Manila. Aside from housing guests, some of these hotels also feature malls that are great options for shopping in Manila. For a more convenient trip, you can also check out our Manila tour packages which already come with stays at hotels near Manila airport and tours that show you the best of Manila.

What are the best things to do in Manila?

During your vacation in Manila, you can go on an Intramuros Manila tour and explore other historical places in Manila such as the National Museum. You can also check out popular beaches near Manila and tourist spots near Manila, which are all accessible via land transportation. Other than that, you can venture out of Manila to visit surrounding provinces also located in the region of Luzon. Among the top Luzon tourist spots you should visit is Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Bataan.

What tourist destinations can I visit from Manila?

Thanks to Manila’s location and proximity to other provinces in Luzon, you can easily go on road trips near Manila. To Manila's north, you can visit Pampanga tourist spots like Mt. Pinatubo and Baguio tourist spots like Burnham Park. You can also head south of Manila to see popular Tagaytay tourist spots, Batangas tourist spots, and Laguna tourist spots, which are among some of the best places to visit in the Philippines.