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The Philippines can be divided into four groups: Luzon is the largest and northernmost island and home to the capital city, Manila.At the southern end of the archipelago is Mindanao Island.There are two official languages – Filipino and English.Filipino, based on Tagalog, is the national language but English is also widely spoken.Most airlines use Terminal 1, except Philippine Airlines (Terminal 2) and Cebu Pacific, Airphil Express and All Nippon Airways (Terminal 3). If you have connecting flights from Manila, allow at least 3-4 hours for transit (and if possible, choose flights that leave from the same Terminal), as domestic flights are often delayed and traffic between Terminals can be congested.There is an airport shuttle bus that operates between Terminals. Airport taxis and and metered taxis (cheaper) are also available.
In 2010, there were just 3.5 million foreign arrivals (compared with over 10 million in the city of Kuala Lumpur alone). Recognition and acceptance of the LGBT community has grown over the past few years driven by higher visibility, education and political activism.
Those who have little interest in drinking and dancing in Manila head for the beautiful islands and sandy beaches in Boracay or Palawan, both of which are popular holiday destinations with gay travellers.
The Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila (MNL) has four terminals.
The currency in the Philippines is the Peso (Ph P) and Centavo. Foreign currency may be exchanged at your hotel, bank or authorised money shops (including some in larger department stores). Credit cards and debit cards including American Express, Visa and Master Card are widely accepted.
Using foreign cash cards at ATM’s can be expensive as local banks charge ₱200 per transaction.