8 March 2016 – 9 March 2016 — Total Solar Eclipse
The total solar eclipse will be visible from parts of Indonesia including Sumatra, Borneo, and Sulawesi, and from locations in the Pacific Ocean.
Observers in northern and eastern Australia, in South Asia, and in East Asia will be able to see a partial eclipse.
The eclipse will begin at 23:19 UTC on March 8, 2016, and its maximum point will take place at 01:59 UTC on March 9, 2016. Totality will last for 4 minutes and 9 seconds. - TimeAndDate
In the Philippines, a partial solar eclipse will be visible as follows:
"Please take care if you are fortunate enough to be watching this event: Observing the sun with the naked eye is extremely dangerous and can lead to permanent blindness. Please use certified equipment such as solar eclipse glasses, or a solar telescope under expert guidance.”
Image Attribution: Eclipse Predictions by Fred Espenak, NASA's GSFC
Solar eclipse of March 9, 2016 - In most parts of India and Nepal the sun will rise partially eclipsed. Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Papua New guinea will witness more than 50% partial eclipse. Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam and Thailand will see about 50% partial eclipsed sun. Australia, China, Japan and Alaska will get less than 50% partial eclipse.