Convert AED to PHP

The official currency of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is the UAE dirham (currency code AED, abbreviation Dhs). The currency used in the Philippines is the Philippine peso (currency code PHP)

1 United Arab Emirates dirham (AED) is today worth 15.93 Philippine pesos (PHP).

The AED (Dhs) to PHP exchange rate was updated on .

Convert PHP to AED

1 Philippine peso (PHP) is currently worth 0.063 United Arab Emirates dirham (AED).

The PHP to AED (Dhs) exchange rate was updated on Tuesday 23rd of July 2024 at 2:23 pm GMT.

Currency Converter

Use the online currency converter below to obtain the Philippine peso value of any AED amount (or vice versa).

Al Ansari Exchange, City Centre Al Shindagha, Dubai
Al Ansari Exchange, City Centre Al Shindagha, Dubai

Currency Conversion Table – UAE Dirhams (Dhs) to Philippine Pesos

Use the conversion table below to quickly find the Philippine peso (PHP) equivalent of a selection of UAE dirham (AED/Dhs) amounts.

  • 1 AED = 15.93 PHP
  • 5 AED = 79.64 PHP
  • 10 AED = 159.28 PHP
  • 50 AED = 796.41 PHP
  • 100 AED = 1592.83 PHP
  • 500 AED = 7964.13 PHP
  • 1000 AED = 15928.26 PHP
  • 5000 AED = 79641.3 PHP
  • 10000 AED = 159282.6 PHP
  • 50000 AED = 796413.01 PHP
  • 100000 AED = 1592826.03 PHP

Currency Conversion Table – Philippine Pesos to UAE Dirhams (Dhs)

UAE dirham (AED/Dhs) equivalents for a selection of Philippine peso (PHP) amounts are shown below.

  • 1 PHP = 0.063 AED
  • 5 PHP = 0.314 AED
  • 10 PHP = 0.628 AED
  • 50 PHP = 3.139 AED
  • 100 PHP = 6.278 AED
  • 500 PHP = 31.391 AED
  • 1000 PHP = 62.781 AED
  • 5000 PHP = 313.907 AED
  • 10000 PHP = 627.815 AED
  • 50000 PHP = 3139.075 AED
  • 100000 PHP = 6278.15 AED

Philippine Currency

The Philippine peso is the official currency of the Philippines. It is subdivided into 100 centimo. The peso (Filipino name piso) is denoted by the symbol ₱ and has an ISO code of PHP.

The Philippine peso is issued by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (Central Bank of the Philippines).

Banknotes in common circulation are 50, 100, 500, and 1000 pesos. Coins in common circulation are 1, 5, 10, and 20 pesos.

The Philippine peso is a floating currency, meaning its value is determined by supply and demand in the foreign exchange market.

Al Ghurair Exchange, Reef Mall, Dubai
Al Ghurair Exchange, Reef Mall, Dubai

UAE Currency

The currency of the United Arab Emirates is the dirham. It was introduced in 1973 and has an official abbreviation of AED, but DH and Dhs are also used.

One dirham is subdivided into 100 fils, It is pegged to the US dollar at a rate of 3.6725 dirhams to 1 dollar.

The dirham is issued by the Central Bank of the UAE. Notes are available in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, and 1000 dirhams. There are six different coins in circulation in the UAE at present, with denominations of 1 dirham, and 1, 5, 10, 25, and 50 fils.

Importance of UAE Dirham to Philippine Peso Exchange Rate

The AED to PHP exchange rate is important for many Filipino migrants living in the UAE. According to UN data, over 550,000 Filipino migrants are living in the UAE.

Many of these migrants send money from the UAE to support their families at home. They convert dirhams to Philippine pesos when making the transfer. The AED to peso exchange rate can have a significant impact on how much money these migrants can send home.

For example, if a migrant worker has 1,000 AED to transfer back home, at an exchange rate of 1 AED to 16 PHP, their family would receive 16,000 PHP. However, if the exchange rate goes up to 1 AED to 17 PHP, their family would receive 17,000 PHP, a significant difference.

Consequently, the AED to dirham exchange rate is closely checked by many Filipino migrants living in the UAE.

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