They will take on Serbian SuperLiga champions Partizan Belgrade in Abu Dhabi on February 6, with further matches against Dubai and possibly Sharjah or Al Ain. The Azkals will arrive in Dubai on February 5.
"We very much look forward to the test of the high level of football which is now coming out of the Middle East and fast becoming attractive to the Europeans," said Philippines head coach Michael Weiss.
"As a developing nation it's important to get this experience. It's a great opportunity to get everyone together ahead of the AFC Challenge Cup where we hope to at least reach the semi-finals.
"Dubai is a great place to visit, I've been there a couple of times in the last year and have friends at the UAE FA so we know how far football has come in those parts. In February, the temperature will be nice and we are eager and happy to meet the Filipino community there."
The Philippines will begin their AFC Challenge Cup adventure on March 9 when the face DPR Korea in a Group B clash. India and Tajikistan are the other teams in Group B.