Published: 14 April 2015 by: Nichola Davies

A Taoist temple in Cebu, photo: travel oriented – Flickr

It doesn't get much sweeter than this. Return flights from Sydney to Manila for AUD199 with Cebu Pacific. Take advantage of this fabulous deal, save yourselves some money and have a blissful holiday for two!

For this price*, it doesn't matter if you can only pop over to the Philippines for a short break. The travel period for this seat sale is May 1 to May 31 so start your planning now. Flights from Manila throughout the Philippines are a steal as well, so it's affordable to go island hopping in the Philippines, or simply enjoy the culturally magnificent city of Manila. 

If you have Cebu in your sights, the Shangri-La's Mactan Resort & Spa is a great choice for accommodation as it's only a 20 minute drive from the Cebu airport. Here your holiday dreams will be fulfilled; the hotel has its own private beach cove, marine sanctuary (snorkeller's galore), luxurious swimming pools and mouth watering menus. In Cebu you will be bombarded with history wherever you go. Churches, temples, monuments and museums are a must-see for those looking to learn a little more about Filipino culture. 

If the allures of Boracay's beaches have you hooked, book yourselves in to Shangri-La's Boracay Resort & Spa. With 350 metres of beachfront, and surrounded by 12 hectares of gardens, enjoy scuba diving, snorkelling or hiking. Boracay is regarded as one of the best island destinations in the world so you can't go wrong!  

*Flight fares are inclusive of country taxes and fees but meals and baggage are extra. Visit Cebu Pacific's website for more details. 

Related article: Cebu Pacific Offers $149 Seat Sale for Sydney-Manila Route

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