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Cebu Pacific Air joins in Singapore’s National Day festivities with celebratory seat sale

August 9, 2016 Airfare Deals No Comments Email Email

Cebu Pacific Air (PSE:CEB), the Philippines’ largest carrier, joins in the National Day celebrations with a three-day seat sale from 9 to 11 August 2016, or until seats last. The sale offers one-way, all-inclusive fares from as low as S$85 from Singapore to five Philippine cities, namely Manila, Cebu, Iloilo, Clark and Davao. This isvalid for travel from 1 September to 15 December 2016.

“Happy birthday Singapore from all of us at Cebu Pacific Air! Adding to all the festivities, we are also very pleased to be celebrating 10 fantastic years in Singapore this month. We strongly encourage Singaporeans to continue taking advantage of our trademark low fares to explore the wonders of the Philippines. Looking forward into the next decade, we will be building even stronger networks and frequencies to make it even easier for Singaporeans to enjoy all that our beautiful country has to offer,” said Atty. JR. Mantaring, Cebu Pacific Air Vice President for Corporate Affairs.

In honour of its 10th anniversary, Cebu Pacific Air has partnered with StarHub to offer all travellers flying into Singapore a complimentary prepaid SIM card with a pre-loaded value of S$2. This promotion will run from 14 August to 14 November 2016 for travellers departing from Manila, and from 1 August to 1 November 2016 for those departing from Davao, Iloilo, Cebu and Clark.

Get your adrenaline pumping in Davao

In Davao, experience some exhilarating outdoor activities including sky-cycling and zip lining at Eden Nature Park, an 80-hectare mountain resort. For those looking for some exciting water activities, Deca Wakeboard Park, the first wakeboarding facility in Mindanao, offers packages for everyone – from beginners to the most experienced wakeboarders. After a day of fun adventure, travellers can take a break and indulge in some locally produced cheese and award-winning chocolate delights.

Shop till you drop in Manila

Explore the colourful capital city of Manila on foot, with great street art lining the walls in Bonifaco Global City – the new business district of Manila. Travellers looking for great deals can head to Divisoria, a wholesale shopping mecca, which offers everything from accessories, clothes, homeware and even industrial products. End the day with an ice-cold San Miguel at Roxas Boulevard and toast to one of the best sunsets the city has to offer.

Enjoy the outdoors in Clark

In need of some fresh air? Head to Clark, the best destination for anyone looking to spend some time in the outdoors. Spread a mat to have a picnic, or even fly a kite at one of Clark’s many open spaces. Also known as the “Christmas Capital of the Philippines”, Clark plays host to the Giant Lantern Festival in San Fernando City, featuring bright and glittering lanterns in all shapes and colours lighting up the sky during the Christmas season.

Kick back and relax in Cebu

With countless beaches to choose from in Cebu, white sand and exciting water activities await. Swim with whale sharks, kayak, parasail, or simply lay back on the powdery shores and soak up the sun. Don’t miss the Inasal Festival held in Talisay City in October, which showcases the city’s heritage through energetic street dancing while relishing in its famous “Inasal”, the country’s rendition of roast pork.

Embark on a cultural exploration to Iloilo

Iloilo is home to many treasured heritage sites that reflect the country’s colonial past, also featuring many grand ancestral houses. These include the must-see UNESCO listed Miagao Church – one of the first few churches built by the Spaniards that has a unique architectural style which is a reinterpretation of European Baroque by Chinese and Philippine craftsmen. Explore downtown Iloilo and stroll down the street of Calle Real while admiring the magnificent old colonial buildings that has withstood the test of time. Alternatively, take a day trip to the beautiful beaches of Guimaras and for a day of island-hopping.

Cebu Pacific Air flies from Singapore to Manila up to 32 times weekly and also operates up to seven weekly flights to both Cebu and Clark, and up to three weekly flights to Iloilo and Davao. Its 57-strong fleet is comprised of seven Airbus A319, 36 Airbus A320, six Airbus A330, and eight ATR 72-500 aircraft. Between 2016 and 2021, CEB expects delivery of 32 Airbus A321neo and 16 ATR 72-600 aircraft.

For bookings and inquiries, travellers can visit or call +65-3158-0808. The latest seat sales and updates may also be found on the Cebu Pacific Air official Facebook and Twitter pages.

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