Arrival from an international flight, right after immigration formalities. Down below is where you secure your checked baggage.
Baggage conveyors. Those yellow counters at the foreground are the custom check counters - if you have anything to declare.
NAIA 3's facade and arrival area- the huge numbered posts is a numbered Bay Waiting Area which tourists can use as reference to meeting people.
St. Peter's Chapel, the toffee-colored church right across NAIA 3, is also home of St. Therese Columbarium. It is hard to miss and is always a welcome sight.
Hate long waits at the airport, but this has become bearable at the newest NAIA terminal. You just wish they alloted enough budget to actually dab paint on those concrete structures outside. Without paint, they seem unfinished or ran out of budget! You would have thought that with a budget of $640 million, they would allot a fraction of that for paint.