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Manila is located in Philippines and its geographical coordinates are latitude : 14.6042° N and longitude : 120.9822° E.
   
 
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Filipino Christmas - Manila
Filipino Christmas Filipino Christmas: Overview

When:December 25 Where:Philippines

The Philippines is a great place to be at Christmas. This intensely religious country takes the birth of Christ extremely seriously - a near month-long festival begins with the Misa de Gallo (Mass of the Rooster) at dawn on the 16 December and finishes on the 6 January with the Feast of Kings. Every night in-between, churches are full to bursting with the faithful praying at midnight masses, never more so than on Christmas Eve itself. The rich fusion of Christianity and paganism have produced a myriad of Philippine Christmas rituals and traditions. One of the most obvious is the l...

Philippines – The Pearl of The Orient - Manila
Philippines – The Pearl of The Orient The Republic of the Philippines has two international gateway cities – Manila and Cebu. Manila is served by the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, which handles more than 30 foreign airlines flying to different destinations in the world whereas Cebu, the Queen City of the South, handles regular flights from Japan, Australia, Singapore and Guam including charter flights to Hong Kong, the United States and other major travel destinations at the Mactan International Airport. Philippine Airlines (PAL) is the country's flag carrier linking Manila to 26 cities in 19 countries; it also flies to principal cities and towns all over the archipelago. The country's airports and seaports serve major international carriers an...

Languages of Philippines - It's more than 180 - Manila
Languages of Philippines - It's more than 180 More than 180 languages and dialects are spoken in the archipelago, almost all of them belonging to the Borneo-Philippines group of the Malayo-Polynesian language branch of the Austronesian language family. According to the 1987 Constitution, Filipino and English are both the official languages. Many Filipinos understand, write and speak English, Filipino and their respective regional languages. Filipino is the de facto standardized version of Tagalog spoken in Metro Manila and urban centers and one of the official languages in the country. English, the other official language, is widely used as a lingua franca throughout the country. Twelve major regional languages are the auxiliary official languages of their ...

Shopping in Philippines - Manila
Shopping in Philippines The Philippines, a beautiful archipelago nation in Southeast Asia, is one of the most enchanting tourists destinations in the world. Known for its exceptional beautiful natural landscapes and unique cultural charm, it is frequented by thousands of nature lovers, honeymooners and romance seekers from all around the world. Apart from hundreds of enchanting tourist destinations, Philippines is also known for its unique art and cultural heritage. Its unique and intricately beautiful handicrafts have no parallels in the Southeast Asian region. Philippines is also one of the least expensive shopping destinations in the world, offering the most value for your money. Philippines offers exciting shopping experiences to its...

Travel To Philippines: The Prized Archipelago - Manila
Travel To Philippines: The Prized Archipelago Somewhere in Southeast Asia between the Philippine Sea and the East China Sea, east of Vietnam, south of Taiwan and just north of Indonesia, lies a much neglected but historically and ecologically prized archipelago known as the Philippines. This understated cluster of 7,107 islands is the perfect tropical getaway balanced with just enough colonial cultural intrigue and undulating urban energy to keep you going. Despite the country's somewhat turbulent recent history, the Philippines has reached a level of stability making no better time than now to travel the wonders of the island-nation. Colonial Legacy, Indigenous Heritage The first western encounter with the Philippines occurred when Spain's Ferdinand Magellan...