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Cebu Pacific’s Sydney to Hongkong is Au$599 Return Via Manila

cebu (250x168)March 4, 2015 – Australian travellers can now take advantage of low-cost fares to northern Asia, as Cebu Pacific Air (PSE: CEB), the Philippines’ largest airline, launches a seat sale for travel to Hong Kong. 

CEB invites travellers to venture to Hong Kong with AUD599 seats, available on roundtrip flights from Sydney to Hong Kong via Manila. Quoted fares are inclusive of country taxes and fees, but are exclusive of travel products such as meals or baggage allowance. The travel period for these AUD599 seats is until May 31, 2015.  

“Cebu Pacific’s Manila hub is strategically positioned to provide guests with convenient flight connections between Australia and North Asia. For example, Hong Kong is only a two-hour flight from Manila, compared to four hours via other Southeast Asian hubs,” said CEB General Manager for Long-Haul Division Alex Reyes. 

Whether it is exploring the cultural sights of Hong Kong’s oldest temple Man Mo Temple, taking in one of the liveliest night markets in town – Temple Street Night Market, or enjoying a fun day at Hong Kong Disneyland, Hong Kong has something on offer for every traveller.  

Travellers also have the chance to see a number of art displays and festivals demonstrating the vast array of Hong Kong’s historical and cultural backgrounds, including the 2015 Lunar Year Lantern Display until March 22.  

The active city night life of the world’s most vertical city also doesn’t disappoint, with the World’s Largest Permanent Light and Sound show* lighting up each evening at Victoria Harbour. The light show features lights, laser beams and search lights rhythmically displayed from 40 buildings on either side of the harbour. The bustling night life of Hong Kong also offers a range of top dining experiences to travellers.   

CEB provides a lower cost alternative for travellers also heading to other northern Asian destinations, with flights from Sydney to Beijing, Seoul, Shanghai, Taipei and Tokyo going via Manila.    

For more information and bookings, please visit The Cebu Pacific official mobile app is available for download from the App Store. While initially available for iOS devices, CEB is scheduled to roll out a version for Android devices soon.