​​"Take nothing but PICTURES, leave nothing but FOOTPRINTS,kill nothing but TIME, burn nothing but your CALORIES.
​Add nothing but the the love for nature and the pleasure of our enjoyment. And bring nothing but good MEMORIES."


​Spending a pleasant tropical evening becomes more exhilarating with a sumptuous set dinner, over an hour of bay cruise and romantic serenade. As the sun goes down, indulge yourself to an enchanting experience ideal for those who want to have a quick getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. Sun Cruises delivers this extraordinary experience with its cruise ferry, M/V Spirit of Manila. Be awed with the Manila skyline by sunset and the lights of SM Mall of Asia by night as the cruise takes you across the Manila Bay for an hour of night time spectacle. Sun Cruises aims to provide world-class dinner cruise service to Filipinos and tourists alike. Sun Cruises provides international cuisine that will surely satisfy anyone s palate. The dinner cruise also includes live entertainment from an acoustic band that adds to a more relaxing and romantic atmosphere.

-CORREGIDOR TOUR PACKAGE-

-MANILA BAY CRUISE-

Plated Dinner: Php 550.00 / pax (valid from Monday-Thursday only)

Buffet Dinner: Php 650.00 / pax (valid from Friday-Sunday only)

​Inclusions:

1 Hour and 30 minutes cruise along Manila Bay

Onboard M/V Spirit of Manila

Set dinner/Buffet dinner

Live entertainment

Manila Bay Cruise Schedule:

Monday-Friday (2 sailing sched. only)

6:00PM-7:30PM     First Sailing

8:00PM-9:30PM     Second Sailing


Saturday-Sunday (3 sailing sched.)

4:15PM-5:45PM     First Sailing

6:15PM-7:45PM     Second Sailing

8:15PM-9:45PM     Third Sailing


Note:

Boarding Area is located at Esplanade Seaside Terminal (EST) Seaside Boulevard, SM MOA Complex, Pasay City NCR Philippines 1000. Please take note that passengers must check-in one hour before departure time for Passenger Manifest inclusion. Passengers who arrive after the cut-off time will not be allowed to go on board.

Terminal fee: Php30.00 each shall be collected before boarding (by SM Mgt)

MANILA BAY DINNER CRUISE

CORREGIDOR DAY TOUR - 2,550.00 / pax

Optional Activities:

Lights and Sounds Show at Malinta Tunnel - Php 200.00 / pax

The Rocket (Zipline) - Php 100.00 / pax

Outdoor Activities (Sunset and Sunrise viewing, Tunnel Lateral Tour) - Php 250.00 / pax

Kayaking - Php 500.00 / hour

ATVs (All-terrain vehicle) - Php 500.00 / hour

Corregidor Tour Schedule:

​Check-in time & Boarding time      0630H

ETD Manila                                        0730H

ETA Corregidor                                 0900H

​Boarding Time                                   1430H

​ETD Corregidor                                 1500H (Subject to change depending on number of  trips )

ETA Manila                                         1415H


Note:

Check-in counter opens 1 hour before scheduled time of departure and strictly close 30 minutes before departure. Passengers who arrive after the cut-off time will not be allowed to go on board.

TOUR PACKAGE!

-REGULAR RATES-

Day Tour Package: Daily

Day Tour Weekday/Adult Rate - Php 2,550.00 / pax

Day Tour Weekend*/Adult Rate - Php 2,749.00 / pax

Day Tour Child Rate (3-11 y/o) - Php 1,500.00 / pax

*Weekend rate applies to Saturday, Sunday and Holiday trips


Overnight Room Rate (on top of the day tour package)

Single w/ Breakfast - Php 2,000.00

Twin/Double w/ Breakfast for 2 - Php 3,200.00

​Extra Person w/ Breakfast - Php 1,000.00

NOTE: As we enter the lean shoulder season of the year, clustering of trips to Corregidor Island will start to commence on July 3 until September 30, 2017.


PLEASE BE GUIDED BY THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION.

1. Trips are suspended every MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY of the week.

2. Regular ferry trips to Corregidor will commence from THURSDAY to SUNDAY.

3. Guest may stay overnight from THURSDAY to SUNDAY.

4. We will not accept overnight reservations for SUNDAYS.

Tranvia Bus: The principal mode of transportation on Corregidor Island patterned after pre-World War II trams which were used in Corregidor and Manila.  These vehicles have open sides and protectuve armrests. Maximum seating capacity: 35

Malinta Tunnel: The tunnel had been dug through solid rock and offered complete protection from artillery or air attack. Command communications and medical units were located there. Gen. MacArthur set up the headquarters of USAFFE inside the tunnel where men and women would live and work during the siege of Corregidor. The tunnel was originally designed to house huge quantities of ammunition, food and supplies, and an underground hospital with a 1,000-bed capacity. The location of the tunnel beneath Malinta Hill made it ideal as a bomb-proof headquarters for the embattled Filipino and Americans defenders of Corregidor during World War II. During the siege of Corregidor, a number of shops and storage areas were added.

Mile Long Barracks: This is a three-story concrete building which was constructed to be hurricane-proof. It was used for the billeting of American officers and enlisted personnel detailed at the garrison. The entire length of the building measures about 1,520 feet that it became popularly known as the world's longest military barracks. Although it is just less than a third of a mile long, it was, however, commonly referred to as the Mile-Long Barracks. The headquarters of Gen. Douglas MacArthur was also located in this building.

Places to visit:

Corregidor Island, one of the most important and celebrated places of battle in the Pacific Theatre during World War 2- now that guns are finally silent, the island serves as a distinct destination for people of all ages and walks of life in order to understand, learn and appreciate the courage and bravery of Filipinos amidst the indescribable horrors of war.


       Corregidor Island is a small rocky tadpole-shaped island of volcanic origin guarding the mouth of Manila Bay- remnants of Corregidor Caldera, a volcano last active 1 million years ago was the site of the fiercest battles of World War 2 between the Allied forces (Filipinos, Americans) and the Japanese Imperial Army.

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