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PROMO: Cebu Pacific Offers Discounted Fares for 1Q 2018

Low-cost airline Cebu Pacific announced yesterday their latest promo offering as low as 1500 pesos all-in fare on their domestic and international flights starting this November until March next year, 2018. You can book your tickets online at or through their ticketing offices. Promo runs until October 13, 2017 or until seats last.

A view from Cebu Pacific aircraft cabin.

For the complete list of destinations under this promo and their corresponding air fares, please check out this link.

Featured Destination: Hong Kong

Included in this promo are flights from Clark or Manila to Hong Kong. The cost of one way, all-in fare is about 2600 pesos. Now, why do I recommend visiting this ultra-busy metropolis? For number of reasons and here are some of them.

1. No Visa Needed

This is probably the best reason to go to Hong Kong. It offers you the "foreign" vibe but without the hassle of getting a visa. 

2. Perfect Timing

Hong Kong is coldest late January to early February. And I mean really cold. When I went there last 2014, I experienced a 4-degree Celsius weather. So if you want to wear thick jackets and fashionable scarfs, go to Hong Kong during the period I mentioned which is, by the way, included in this seat sale.

Cable cars in Hong Kong Ocean park. Photo by amagnawa

3. Cheap Accommodation

If you're not too choosy or sensitive, you can have a room good for two for less than 1000 Pesos a night. Anyway, when you decide to go Hong Kong, you don't stay in your hotel. Go out and explore! Just come back to sleep a bit. 

Oh by the way, booking your accommodation using is one way to get good discounts.

4. Tourist Friendly

I had no trouble navigating Hong Kong. Being a British territory for a number of decades, people there know how to speak and understand English. And for the most part, the road signs have English translations. You can still get lost though, but not because of not understanding the language, but mainly because of the dense buildings and structures that characterize the metropolis.

Oh one more thing, there are many Filipino women working there as domestic helpers. If you ever get lost, just ask help from anyone of them and they would readily help you.

Some of the places to visit in Hong Kong includes Victoria Peak, Avenue of Stars, Ladies Market, Ocean Park, and Hong Kong Disneyland.

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