Taguig Travel Guide: Places To Visit

Living with the hustling bustling pace of the city can take its toll. Having the same take outs, taking the same commute, and going to the same malls can become a drag. When this hits you, you end up looking for a place to learn new things, or have a new experience, or even taste new food. Although this can become a hard task when you’re inside the city and no time to take a vacation, don’t you worry, because we’ve compiled a list of some new and exciting places you can visit inside Taguig.

Mind Museum

Mind Museum

I love this place and it deserves the top spot on this list. It is not only for all ages, but for all curious minds too. It is best to enjoy a trip to the mind museum with friends, and family. They have many exhibits that can tickle your curious mind and will leave you googling for more. Who knows? Another visit might awaken the scientist inside you or if you have any kids, this might help nudge them a bit to become a bit more curious about the world around them.

  • Location: 3rd Avenue, Bonifacio Global City
  • Fee/s: ~880 Php
  • Operation Hours: Tuesdays – Sundays 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Contact: inquiry@themindmuseum.org
    +632 909-6463

Kidzania

Kidzania

If you have kids and would like them to experience becoming an adult even just for a day. You might want to consider taking them to Kidzania. This is a widely popular place for many school children to let them have a bite of what adulthood might look like.

  • Location: Bonifacio Global City
  • Fee/s: 500-1100 Php
  • Operation Hours: Monday (closed), Tuesday-Friday 9am-4pm, Saturday&Sunday 10 am- 5 pm

Active Fun

Active Fun

Now, this is another place that you can visit if you have kids. You can leave your older children here to play for an hour or so, while you shop or walk around the Bonifacio Global City area. They kids can order drinks and food while the adults are away, and only pay for it when you come back. Please be reminded to teach your kids the basics of interacting with strangers should you choose to leave them in the play area.

  • Location: Bonifacio Global City
  • Fee/s: 250-450 Php
  • Operation Hours: Friday & Saturday 10 am- 10 pm, Sunday- Thursday 10 am – 9 pm

Venice Grand Canal

Venice Grand Canal

One of the newest malls in town, almost identical to the Marina Bay Sands mall in Singapore, with the canal, and the lagoon. This is also a wonderful place to take some photos with friends and family. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from, and many other stores that you can visit, if you’re out to shop. You will surely enjoy the visit here because it brings a certain amount of romantic ambience.

  • Location: Mckinley Hill, Taguig
  • Operation Hours: 10 am – 9 pm

American Cemetery and Memorial

American Cemetery and Memorial

If you are a history buff, or a curious mind, you can visit the Memorial Cemetery located in Taguig. Built to commemorate the fallen American soldiers during the world war, this place will bring a sense of gratefulness for the sacrifice these men and women have made to ensure the peace and prosperity of not only the Philippines, but the world too. There are many names written on stone, and an old map that any would enjoy beholding. Take some great photos not only for the likes, but also to raise awareness of the Philippine-American History.

  • Location: Taguig
  • Operation Hours: 9 am- 4 pm

Bonifacio High Street

Bonifacio High Street

There are many places in this list that are located inside Bonifacio High Street, but don’t be fooled. Because there are so many other places that you can visit. There are sports stores that you can try wall climbing in, or stores like Hobbes and Landes, where you can try your hand in pottery. There are so many activities, and even a playground which are also pet friendly. So, take a comfortable pair of shoes, and get ready for a good walk inside BGC.

  • Location: Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
  • Operation Hours: 10 am – 9 pm

Come to Taguig and visit unfamiliar places where you can experience a different kind of Metro Manila living.

Photo credits to the owners.