Arriving in Toronto

Want to fly to Toronto, Ontario? Doing so can now be a pleasure. A traveler just has to depend on Etihad Airways to enter the rich city of culture, beauty and excitement.

Plan Your Next Vacation to Toronto

There are a countless number of entertaining and educational sites throughout Toronto. The famous CN Tower stands at 1,815 feet. Millions of tourists get to look out over the giant metropolis. There is even a glass elevator to shoot a visitor up to the amazing observation deck. Meanwhile, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) contains more than 40 galleries of art, archaeology and natural science in its worldly collections. At the same time, Yorkville is the charming home to Victorian architecture that houses boutiques and art galleries, as well as the world renowned Toronto International Film Festival. Nature lovers can always take a 10 minute ferry ride to Centre Island, home to an amusement park, recreation areas, beaches, a yacht club and restaurants. If shopping is your thing, the Eaton Centre mall features more than 250 stores in the heart of Toronto's Downtown.

While historical artifacts are always enlightening, plenty of visitors to Toronto want to check out the Hockey Hall of Fame. The massive facility is full of interactive exhibits for the whole family, as well as a trophy room and a replica NHL dressing room. While the entire year is great for flying to Toronto, the winter months tend to get a bit chilly in the snow. Yet, that is precisely what numerous travelers to Toronto are looking for.

Flying from Philippines

Book your flights from the Philippines with Etihad Airways to hundreds of different destinations around the globe and prepare for the exclusive services offered by Etihad’s world-class staff.

Major Airports in the Philippines

Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) is by far the busiest airport in the Philippines. It is located just outside Manila and serves 31 million passengers a year. It houses numerous shops and restaurants.

Airport Transportation in the Philippines

There are nine different bus routes serving the airport so taking a bus to Ninoy Aquino International Airport is fairly easy and inexpensive. Most of the routes travel down Epifanio de los Santos Avenue en route to the airport. Taking a train to Ninoy Aquino International Airport is also reasonably easy although somewhat indirect. The Manila LRT serves the airport complex via Baclaran Station and Philippine National Railways connects with the airport via Nichols Station. The third option by train is to take the MRT to Taft Avenue Station and from there a shuttle bus will take you to Terminal 3. You can also take a taxi to Ninoy Aquino International Airport or be adventurous and take a jeepney instead.

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Interested in Toronto? Consider Trat

Book your flights to Trat with Etihad Airways and get ready to enjoy a destination overflowing with natural and cultural attractions.

Plan Your Trat Holiday

There are countless reasons to travel to Trat. The biggest tourist attraction is by far the Ko Chang Marine National Park, an archipelago of at least 50 islands in the Gulf of Thailand. Trat itself is set in landscape of waterfalls, forest and the Buntud Mountain Range which marks the border with Cambodia. The city has attractions relating to significant historical events from its past as well as many shrines and temples.

The peak season in Trat runs from November to April when temperatures are a very pleasant 20 to 25 degrees Celsius. There are several key events during this time and many travellers come to Trat to attend them. We recommend that you reserve your tickets to Trat well in advance during this busy time. To find cheap hotels in Trat book tickets for the months either side of the monsoon, which can restrict travel between the islands and the mainland. We recommend that you visit our Deals section to find flight deals to Trat throughout the year.

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