Distance from Philippines to Thailand is 2,265 kilometers. The air travel (bird fly) shortest distance between Philippines and Thailand is 2,265 km = 1,407 miles. If you travel with an airplane (which has average speed of 560 miles) from Philippines to Thailand, It takes 2.51 hours to arrive.
Islands – Both countries consist of many islands ( Philippines of thousands more than Thailand ). There is a bunch of islands in both countries that very few people have heard of. The smaller the islands, the better to visit. Small grocery stalls and street vendors – they are very common in both countries.
Thailand is more expensive than the Philippines for a variety of reasons, even though both countries offer similar experiences: beautiful beaches, tropical rain forests filled with wildlife, and big cities full of culture and atmosphere.
Because most Southeast Asians are almost homogeneous when it comes to skin color. Skin color is the very first thing to be judged if a certain groups of people look alike . Both Thais and Filipinos share having brown skin, and they also share Chinese influence when it comes to physical traits.
A trip for two weeks for two people costs ₱73,961 in the Philippines . If you’re traveling as a family of three or four people, the price person often goes down because kid’s tickets are cheaper and hotel rooms can be shared. If you travel slower over a longer period of time then your daily budget will also go down.
Citizens of Philippines entering Thailand by air will be granted a 30 day stay. Thailand tourist visa is not required for citizens of Philippines for a stay up to 30 days.
The archipelago lies to the east of the South China Sea and west of the Philippine Sea and the western Pacific Ocean. Nearby countries are Malaysia in the southwest, Indonesia in the south, Vietnam in the west, and Taiwan, and mainland China to the north.
Last month, the International Monetary Fund announced that Vietnam will surpass the Philippines in terms of per capita income by the end of this year. From being one of Asia’s poorest nations, the average Vietnamese is now wealthier than the average Filipino .
Like many other countries, the Philippines has pockets where more violence tends to occurs and areas that are generally considered safe . There is an active travel warning for the Philippines , but only for some regions. Most other parts of the nation are generally considered as safe as other places in Southeast Asia.
The Philippines is 100% the cheapest country we’ve been to in Southeast Asia. It was hard to conceptualize what prices in the Philippines were going to be like. And it’s true that they can waver vastly between rural villages and posh resorts. However, if you’re on a budget, you can almost always find decent deals.
Crime and Safety The general answer is yes. Despite political turmoil and religious clashes, the streets of Thailand and the Philippines are as safe as any other street in the world can be.
The red lights district in Manila covers only the Burgos street. During the day nothing happens here, just a few bars are open. When the dusk falls, all the neon signs are being turned on, and the street gets crowded with prostitutes, tourists and homeless people.
As the data shows, Quezon City , Mandaluyong, and Makati are the most dangerous cities to drive in the Philippines. The most dangerous, Quezon City , is the most populous in the country and has more than quadruple the amount of incidents than the second most dangerous, which is Mandaluyong.
Philippines has a GDP per capita of $8,400 as of 2017, while in South Korea , the GDP per capita is $39,500 as of 2017.
The annual average temperature is 0.1 °C (0.2°F) warmer. Average monthly temperatures vary by 0.1 °C (0.2°F) more in Bangkok . The altitude of the sun at midday is overall 0.3° higher in Bangkok than in Manila , Luzon. Relative humidity levels are 6.1% higher.