AIRASIA PHILIPPINES PROMO 2018

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AIRASIA PHILIPPINES PROMO 2018

AIRASIA PHILIPPINES PROMO 2018 - Red Hot Piso Sale

AIRASIA PHILIPPINES PROMO 2018 – Red Hot Piso Sale

 

AirAsia Philippines Promo 2018. AirAsia Philippines has just announced another round of Red Hot PISO SALE! Booking Period: May 21-27, 2018. Travel Period: 1 November 2018- 13 August 2019.

Travel Notes :

– Advanced booking required. Log on to www.airasia.com/ph/en/promotion.page

– Fares are not available during embargo period

– Santan: Get a free Mattel Hot Wheels® car when you pre-book the Lil’ Star Combo (kid’s meal).

– Duty Free & Merchandise: Enjoy duty-free prices cheaper than the airport and RM50 OFF when you pre-book with us before your flight using the promo code: 500MILLION. Visit ROKKISHOP.com.

– ROKKI Wi-Fi: Free 1 Chats Plan with purchase of 1 Internet Plan! Visit ROKKI Wi-Fi to get this offer now.

If you always try to snag cheap plane tickets during sale but end up empty-handed all the time, you might be doing something wrong. Understanding how the AirAsia booking process and how seat sales work is important in order to successfully score insanely low fares. Read here

 

FLIGHTS TO CEBU

AIRASIA PHILIPPINES PROMO 2018 - Cebu beach

AIRASIA PHILIPPINES PROMO 2018 – Cebu beach

Book Air Tickets to Cebu with AirAsia – Cheap Airfare to Cebu starts from PHP 3190

Departing

All-in-fare from

Seoul

KRW 44,100

Cagayan de Oro

PHP 3190

Manila

PHP 11352

Davao

PHP 3448

Kota Kinabalu

RM 179.00

Kuala Lumpur

RM 428.00

Puerto Princesa (Palawan)

PHP 4911

FLIGHTS TO MANILA

AIRASIA PHILIPPINES PROMO 2018 – Manila City

Departing

All-in-fare from

Cebu

PHP 1590

Kuala Lumpur

RM 314.00

Kota Kinabalu

RM 179.00

Shanghai

CNY 474.00

Davao

PHP 1990

Puerto Princesa (Palawan)

PHP 1490

Seoul

KRW 114,500

Macau

MOP 584

Tagbilaran

PHP 1590

Tacloban

PHP 1490

Kalibo

PHP 1190

Travel Notes :

Checked baggage is excluded in these online fares, but may be added for a fee. Please ensure you read the important fees & charges info for our low cost flights. Advanced bookings are recommended for best availability of cheap flight tickets. Fares are subject to change.

 

FAMOUS THINGS TO BUY IN PHILIPPINES

  1. Street food

    AIRASIA PHILIPPINES PROMO 2018 - Filipino Street Foods

    AIRASIA PHILIPPINES PROMO 2018 – Filipino Street Foods

Sold by vendors in food carts or food stalls, street food can be found in nearly every corner from night markets to food bazaars. Sometimes the vendors also have their food carts on a bike! Popular street food includes fish balls, squid balls, kikiam (minced pork and shrimp), kwek-kwek (orange breaded duck eggs), tokneneng (breaded quail eggs), barbecue (kebab-style), and isaw (pig or chicken intestines on a stick). There are also sliced green mangoes with fish paste, salt, or chili. There are also vendors who sell corn (on the cob or with the kernels mixed with cheese) and nuts.

And of course, who could forget the balut, the tasty duck egg which is a tad bit messy to eat?

Although street food does not pose a great threat to one’s health, it is best to be wary of where you buy them. The safest bets are the ones in food bazaars, established kiosks or stalls, and malls.

  1. Snacks and condiments from the Good Shepherd Convent, Baguio City

Most visitors to the mountain city of Baguio make it a point to bring home food items from Good Shepherd. The convent, established in the 1950s, has the Mountain Maid Training Center where the well-known souvenirs are made.

Their popular products include the iconic strawberry jam, peanut brittle, blueberry jam, ube jam, ube halaya (yam), and lengua de gato. Upon leaving the city, you will also pass through the province of Pangasinan which is famous for its pasty rice delicacies, suman and tupig.

  1. Woven apparel and décor

Provinces like Sagada, Mountain Province, specialize in beautiful hand-woven bags and clothes. There are a lot of stores selling such apparel, but some also provide visitors with the chance to see the actual process of making the fabric. Weavers use traditional wooden weaving looms with such amazing resilience.

  1. Shell craft

Although shell craft can be bought at specialty stores in malls, they are also sold in southern regions or provinces close to the sea and ocean.

Cebu Capiz shells are quite popular as home decor for their beautiful flat, nearly translucent quality.

  1. Tattoo from Apo Whang-Od

    AIRASIA PHILIPPINES PROMO 2018 - Tattoo from Apo Whang-Od

    AIRASIA PHILIPPINES PROMO 2018 – Tattoo from Apo Whang-Od

Many tourists flock to the scenic Kalinga, Mountain Province to get tattooed by an old lady. Apo Whang-Od, already in her 90s, is considered a living legend when it comes to the art of tattoo. This process of traditional tattooing called batok is done with a 12-inch long bamboo stick with a thorn at its end. For the locals, these tattoos are symbols of for fierceness and beauty for men and women, respectively. Luckily, her niece is in training to carry on the tradition.

Visitors who want to get tattooed must keep in mind some precautions. First, visitors must be physically prepared for the trek. They are advised to bring gifts or offerings to Apo Whang-Od and her family. Always respect Apo Whang-Od and the community’s personal space by not being too invasive. It is also advised to get a tetanus shot before getting inked and bring some petroleum jelly or cream for after-care. Those who got inked are also not allowed to donate blood for about a year.

Credit to : www.trip101.com

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