Promo Fare: Cebu Pacific Guangzhou or Xiamen Seat Sale for as low as P2,717.78 Round Trip
Travellers from Philippines to China are set for a huge treat following Cebu Pacific’s recent announcement that it would be offering a promo fare for a round trip flight between Manila and Guangzhou or Xiamen. You’ll now need to pay Php 2,717.18. The offer is arguably one of the most attractive in this route, and those looking to enjoy the long August weekends now have more reason to smile.
Many people who visit Guangzhou do so for business or recreational purposes. The sprawling city, also known as Canton, is China’s third biggest and a hub of commercial and industrial activities. There are numerous other attractions besides the spectacular buildings. For instance, visitors can spend time in the ornate temples, enchanting museums, or outstanding theme parks scattered in the city.
Visitors to Xiamen City get to enjoy the spectacular beaches, world famous parks and incredibly beautiful island scenery. The city is located along the coast of Fujian Province. Visitors can also spend time in the peaceful temples, or enjoy the foreign style architecture that characterizes many of the city’s buildings.
Take advantage of this promo fare by booking now. This offer is limited and depends on availability. Those interested can visit Cebu Pacific’s official website to book flights from July 10 to 13, this year. Once you’ve successfully secured your ticket, you can travel any time between August 1 and October 31, 2017.
Besides the promo fare from Manila to Guangzhou or Xiamen, Cebu Pacific is providing other attractive offers for its customers. For instance, travelers from Manila to Hong Kong will pay Php 1,299 for a one way ticket. Visit their website for a complete list of all promo fares to various destinations where Cebu Pacific is operational. You could also like the airline’s Facebook page to stay informed of the latest and most attractive promo fares by Cebu Pacific.
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