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Check out the Instagrammable Street Art & Murals in BGC

Metro Manila, Philippines – Looking for Instagrammable places in BGC, Taguig City? Art abounds the walls of buildings in Bonifacio Global City (BGC)!

It may come as a larger-than-life mural, graffiti, or small detail in one corner, waiting to be discovered. This cultural movement popularly known as Street Art has found its way into the metropolitan city of Taguig just like the famous street art cities in Southeast Asia which also includes Penang.

Thanks to ArtBGC Festival organized by the Bonifacio Arts Foundation (together with LeBasse Projects and Honeycomb Communities), BGC’s murals have become part of its attractions. Since 2015, local and international artists were invited to contribute their installations and graffiti to the cosmopolitan city’s walls.

Local residents and visitors alike will have a blast hunting for street art since they are all Instagram-worthy.

To guide your art walk, check out this map of different wall art in BGC from Art BGC Festival.

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You can also check out ArtBGC’s DIY tour maps here if you want to explore on your own:

One of the things I love about BGC is that it’s a walkable city. With the surfacing of street art, I hope it also inspires people to walk more and explore this outdoor gallery.

SEE ALSO: Street Art in George Town, Penang, Malaysia

Here are my favorite street art in BGC:

If you are looking for where to shoot in BGC, I have included the BGC wall art locations.

1 Between the Lines by CYRCLE

Location: 7th avenue corner Federacion Drive


Occupying the whole building wall, this astronaut is the work of the duo @cyrcle. This is also one of my favorites especially because of those luminous green lines.

2. We Are What We Pretend To Be by Nate Frizell

Location: Bonifacio High Street, Fully Booked

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3. Charlotte by Nate Frizell

Location: Bonifacio High Street, Timezone

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4. We Are What We Pretend To Be by Nate Frizell

Location: Bonifacio High Street, ROX building

Image credit: J. Dimes (@themuralhunter)

5. Andres, Katipunan Supremo by Doppel

Location: Bonifacio High Street Central

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6. Manpower by Kris Abrigo

Location: Net One Center

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7. Calamansi and Sampaguita by Pastel – Francisco Diaz

Location: BGC Corporate Center

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8. Wonderland by Faile

Location: One Global Place, 26th street corner 5th Ave

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9. The Heart of God’s Country by Andrew Schoultz

Location: W Fifth Building, overlooking 5th Ave and 32nd

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10. Monster Magic Owl by Bunnie Reiss

Location: Bonifacio High Street B1 Parking

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11. May you find comfort here by K.F.K.

Location: Bonifacio High Street B1 building

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12. Magsasaka by Archie Oclos and Aleili Ariola

Location: Burgos Eats on Rizal Avenue

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13. Wallflowers by Trip63

Location: Bonifacio High Street B2 building

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14. Mother Nature: Four Seasons by Dee Jae Pa’este

Location: Bonifacio High Street Central stairs (from 28th street)

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15. Pangako by Anjo Bolarda

Location: Bonifacio High Street Bldg B3 parking (Lane P)

16. Kapit Kamay by Biskeg Pangasinan Art Collective

Location: corner of Uniqlo Building along 30th St.

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17. Dating Tagpuan by John Paul Antido

Location: C3 Annex Building, Bonifacio High Street Central, 30th Street corner 7th avenue

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18. Beyond Borders, Peaceful Voyage by Younggyun, Nam, Siyeong, Sunil, Auggie, Bunga, Bows, Haha, Perol, Pesey, Ariff, Cyrus, Zero, Miguel, Nemo

Location: 26th street, corner 5th avenue

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19. UP TO THE SKY by CEET Fouad and Egg Fiasco

Location: Central Square Mall, BHS Central

Image credit: Facebook/Bonifacio High Street

20. “Dalagang Pilipina” by Ang Gerilya

Location: 28th Street, Maybank Corporate Centre

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21. Thor: Love and Thunder by Jappy Agoncillo

Location: C1 Building, BHS Central

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22. Atin Ang Araw by Zoe Rosal

Location: C1 MRF, BHS Central, 28th Street

Indeed, these works of art in the streets in BGC are not just beautiful to look at and worthy of a photograph. Their underlying meanings are also something worth thinking about.

SEE ALSO: Street Art in Melaka, Malaysia

Do you like street art? Do you look for it when you travel? 


Darlene is currently on the road again and traveling full-time after being an expat/overseas Filipino worker in Qatar. She's rediscovering what it means to travel solo and in her 30s while working on her blogs.


  • Megan Jerrard

    Wow, I missed making it to Taguig while I was in Manila last year, I’ll have to get back! There’s so much color and expression, I had no idea there was such a concentration of street art around the BGC 🙂 Thanks for the photo tour!

  • I love the photo of the Wallflowers!! Street art is one of my favorite parts of exploring a new city. The paint adds so much color and light.

  • Laura Lynch

    These are all exceptionally good! I love seeing great street art. I especially like the one of the bear and the little boy. How real he looks. Almost hard to believe it’s a painting on a wall.

  • What a fun way to present the street art to us. My favourite was the wall of flowers, but in general, I love them all. I am a huge fan of street art and bringing colour into the cities.

  • What a fabulous curated list this is. Each one tells a story. My favourites are the girl on the Bonifacio High Street, Taguig City and Wonderland by Faile. Such contrasts and vibrant hues. Respect to the artists. They bring the city to life!

  • I love street art and seek it out everywhere I go. I must say, the few pieces by Nate Frizell are AMAZING. I adore that mix of childlike and totally detailed. Wow – I’m going to look up more of his stuff right now.

  • Jennifer

    I love the tiger, bear and owl! The Mother Nature one looks like it’s by the same artist who did the beautiful hearts with women on them just outside the Shangri-La at the Fort. I don’t remember seeing all this street art when I was in BGC in October. It must all be new?

  • Sandy N Vyjay

    These are some very beautiful street art. I especially liked the No. 13 Wallflowers by Trip63 and No. 14 Mother Nature: Four Seasons by Dee Jae Pa’este and No. 9 The Heart of God’s Country by Andrew Schoultz. You are absolutely right when you say that they are not only beautiful but have some inner meaning to it which we should think about!

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