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Updated December 2023

Fancy taking a tropical vacation surrounded by palm-fringed white beaches, swimming amidst tranquil blue waters? Then the Philippines is a country you just cannot miss. With the archipelago being open for tourists, travellers from Kuwait are now allowed to enter the Philippines. 

Here are the latest entry requirements you should be aware of if you’re looking to travel from Kuwait to the Philippines in 2023.

Flights from Kuwait to the Philippines

Emirates Airlines, Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways, Kuwait Airways, and Saudia are currently servicing flights route from Kuwait to Manila and Cebu. Please note that direct flights from Kuwait to the Philippines are available only with Kuwait Airways right now, and most connecting flights may have long stopover periods.

As of December 2023, here are the current flight prices for this Christmas season.

Note: All prices are accurate at the time of writing. 

Emirates Airlines

  • Kuwait – Manila: Flights are available all days of the week and start at AED 2,281.
  • Kuwait – Cebu: Flights are available all days of the week and start at AED 3,424.

Qatar Airways

  • Kuwait – Manila: Flights are available all days of the week and start at AED 3,111.
  • Kuwait – Cebu: Flights are available all days of the week and start at AED 4,648.

Etihad Airways

  • Kuwait – Manila: Flights are available all days of the week and start at AED 3,356.

Kuwait Airways

  • Kuwait – Manila: Flight are available all days of the week and starts at AED 2,723.

Saudia

  • Kuwait – Manila: Flights are available all days of the week and starts at AED 1,771.

 

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Philippines entry requirements

Required documents

The Philippine Bureau of Immigration (BI) has enforced a mandatory registration for all international travellers on the eTravel system, encompassing both arrivals and departures. Immigration Commissioner Norman Tansingco emphasized the crucial nature of this registration for facilitating immigration procedures at both international airports and seaports within the country.

Exceptions to this mandate include specific diplomats and holders of certain diplomatic visas or passports. The eTravel initiative, a joint effort between BI, DICT, DOT, and other agencies, is geared toward modernising and streamlining the entry and exit procedures. There are plans in place to introduce eTravel kiosks to facilitate immediate registration, thereby replacing the conventional paper-based arrival and departure cards. Please do refer to our eTravel Card article below for all the latest developments.

https://blog.wego.com/earrival-card/

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