Adelaide, South Australia's cosmopolitan capital, is home to renowned museums including the Art Gallery of South Australia. The Art gallery has an expansive display collection which includes noted indigenous art. Another famous art museum is the South Australian Museum which is devoted to natural history. The artsy city becomes an annual international arts gathering during the Adelaide Festival.
March to May and September to November are the best times to visit Adelaide, which are the spring and autumn months. Being the shoulder season, flights and hotel prices are also slightly cheaper during these periods. Temperatures will also be between 15 to 20 degrees Celsius, making it comfortable being outdoors. If you want to avoid crowds and prices that skyrocket, March is the month to avoid. In March, many festivals are held in Adelaide and people tend to crowd to the city during this month. For those on a tighter budget, June to August would be a perfect time as there will be lesser tourists. But do be prepared for the cold weather and the possibility of rain.
Clark International Airport (CRK) – As the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila vastly becoming more and busier, Clark International Airport which is located 80 km northwest of Manila and is an easy 1-hour 30-minute drive from the capital. Located in the province of Pampanga, the Clark International Airport serves the general vicinity of central and northern Luzon. Travellers can easily catch public buses in the Metro Manila area to the Clark International Airport. For a cheaper ride, travellers can opt for the air-conditioned jeepneys en route to the nearby Dau Bus Terminal and SM City Clark. Around the Clark International Airport, travellers can walk around the Clark Freeport Zone, which is 5 minutes away. There are plenty of restaurants and duty-free shops to keep you entertained. For travellers with a little extra time, not far from the airport is the Dinosaur Island theme park, Clark
Adelaide Airport (ADL) – Adelaide Airport, or also known as Adelaide International Airport is the main airport in Adelaide and the fifth busiest airport in Australia. Adelaide Airport is located 6 kilometres from the city and just next to West Beach. To get to and from the airport, travellers can choose from the Metro Bus, taxi, and car or by bicycle. The most common and convenient way by using the Metro Bus, which is a double-decker bus service called the JetExpress. There are also taxi's ready to take you to your destination of choice. However, the taxi's leaving the airport will need to pay a levy of PHP104 per vehicle.
Clark is a city with warm days and rainfall throughout the year. Adelaide experiences a mild, warm and temperate climate with four distinct seasons, spring, summer, autumn and winter, but do bear in mind that Adelaide is located in the southern hemisphere thus the seasons are opposite from the countries in the northern hemisphere. The average temperature in Clark is 27.5 degrees Celsius while in Adelaide, the average temperature is 16.4 degrees Celsius.