How long is sea travel from Singapore to Manila?

How long does it take from Singapore to Manila by ship?

How Long Does It Take to Ship Cargo by Sea to the Philippines?

Country of Origin Port of Origin Transit Time FCL
Singapore Singapore 11 Days
Singapore Singapore
Singapore Singapore 16 Days
Taiwan Kaohsiung

How far is Singapore from Philippines by boat?

Singapore Port – Manila distance is 1320 NM – SeaRoutes.

How long does Balikbayan Box take from Singapore to Philippines?

A balikbayan box means “a box that returns to its home country.” This box contains various goods from overseas to be shipped to the Philippines. Shipping usually takes three months or more.

How can I go to Singapore from Manila?

There are 2 ways to get from Singapore Strait to Manila by ferry, plane or bus

  1. Take the ferry from Kusu Island to Marina South Pier.
  2. Fly from Singapore Changi (SIN) to Manila (MNL)

How long does it take to receive a package from Singapore?

In general, a small parcel posted by Singapore Post needs about 7 – 20 days to reach by registered air mail service.

Singapore Post Delivery Time.

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Country Estimated Delivery Time by Air (working days)
Eastern Europe 7-20 days
United States 7-15 days
Canada 7-15 days
Australia 7-15 days

How long does it take to get to the Philippines by boat?

Take the Boat

Ferries leave Bitung, Indonesia, for the Philippines twice a week. The trip takes about 36 hours.

Is it safe to send Balikbayan box to Philippines?

Anyone can send Balikbayan Boxes to the Philippines, even Corporations, Partnerships and Sole Proprietors. But only a Qualified Filipino While Abroad can avail of the tax and duty-free privilege of balikbayan boxes under Section 800 (g) of the Customs Modernization and Tariff Act (CMTA).

Can you send chocolate to the Philippines?

So items such as cheeses and fruits are out of the question. Additionally, items such as cakes or chocolates are also tough to send as they are likely to melt in a hot weather or shipping depots in Philippines that are not always air conditioned.