13 Secret Instagram Spots In The Philippines

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Tired of the same old street art you pass by on your way to work? Join us for a field trip as we hunt down the hidden and not-so-hidden secrets of the metro. Below, we give you the best locations to snap IG-worthy photos.

The Henry Hotel

Where: 2680 Compound, F.B. Harrison St, Pasay

Quirky art in the heart of the metro.

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(Photo via @darylchang)

The Mind Museum

Where: J. Y. Campos Park, 3rd Ave, Taguig

Let your curious mind roam free.

(Photo via @annapcanlas)

The National Museum

Where: Taft Ave, Ermita, Manila

Our history, in paintings.

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(Photo via @jajeco29)

Casa Manila

Where: Intramuros, Manila

The secret AFAM spot of the walled city.

(Photo via @lianamae)


Where: Purok 138, Barangay Neogan, Luksuhin-Mangas Road, Alfonso, Tagaytay

Just like Eden, only with better food.

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(Photo via @vince_uy)

Fortune Island

Where: Nasugbu, Batangas

Feel like Helen of Troy and launch a thousand insta-likes.

(Photo via @clickmesoftly)


Where: 7635 Guijo Street, Makat

Coffee and curiosity.

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(Photo via @madzsablada)

Filling Station

Where: 5012 P Burgos Street, Makati

The red light district’s swaggiest diner.

(Photo via @_camillegan)

The Champagne Room

Where: Manila Hotel, Bonifacio Drive, One Rizal Park, Manila

Where presidents, queens, and rock stars once partied.

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(Photo via @ahrtbyaisen)

The Chinese Garden

Where: Rizal Park, Roxas Blvd, Ermita, Manila

A little bit of China right next to Rizal’s statue.

(Photo via @davidgino2x)

Little Tokyo

Where: 2277 Chino Roces Ave, Pasong Tamo Corner Amorsolo Street, Legazpi Village, Makati

Inside the back pockets of Legaspi.

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(Photo via @fstvlofghsts)

Taal Heritage Village

Where: Calle Gliceria Marella, Taal, Batangas

Little town, it’s a quiet village.

(Photo via @_roxannepena)

Manila Ocean Park

Where: 666, Behind Quirino Grandstand, Luneta, Manila

Under the sea.

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(Photo via @thedanielcustodio)

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*Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.

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