Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila is the Philippines' busiest airport, handling around 28 million passengers annually from four terminals. The airport lies 8 km (5 miles) south of central Manila.
There is a scattering of (over-priced) souvenir shops in Departures, offering carvings and gaudy prints. Duty-free shopping is available within terminals 1-3, both before and after security. Stock up on alcohol, cosmetics, tobaccos and fragrances, although prices are sometimes cheaper in downtown Manila. There is also a duty-free shop in Arrivals as passengers disembark their flights. Shopping in Terminal 4 is limited to newspapers, magazines and books. The vast duty-free Fiesta Mall is located several kilometres from Terminal 1, served by a free shuttle bus, where there is a wider range of goods, including accessories, jewellery and luggage.
There is free high-speed internet access in all four passenger terminals.
East & Drink
There are plenty of restaurants, coffee shops and bars in terminals 1-3, before and after security. There are few in Terminal 4, with just two cafés after security.