All tourist are welcome for a 21-day stay in the Philippines with no formal visa; only lengthier stays necessitate visa application.
The majority of international flights arrive at and depart from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), which has three separate terminals, so it's important to note which one your flight uses. Philippines Airlines flights use Terminal 2.
World Trade Center Manila is less than two kilometers away from the central trains stations of Metro Rail Transit (MRT) and Light Rail Transit (LRT). There are also several luxury and boutique hotels near the area.
The World Trade Center Metro Manila is located at the Manila Bay area, an established location for major conventions, exhibitions, entertainment and cultural activities. A stone's throw away from the Makati and For Bonifacio business districts, international and domestic airports, first-class hotels, shopping malls and Manila's central seaport, it is also conveniently accessible through the main thoroughfares.