Bonifacio Global City

Love the Balanced Life

Bonifacio Global City (BGC) is an emerging business and cultural city within Taguig. Aside from the skyscrapers continually rising in the city, BGC’s performing spaces and growing number of educational institutions are some of the places to see. You can stroll casually along Bonifacio High Street and be able to witness buskers, carolers, and other performers, depending on what time of the year it is. The city also has a growing expatriate population, making it a melting pot of culture.

FAST FACTS


  • Public Transportation

    Buses
    Jeepneys
    Taxis

  • Languages/Dialect

    Tagalog
    English

  • Payment Options

    Cash
    Debit/Credit Card

  • Known For

    Nightlife
    Gastropubs
    Mercato

WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE VISITING


  • The food scene is diverse so you can enjoy Western, Asian, and other types of cuisines.
  • It's a flood-free location!
  • Hop on the eco-friendly BGC bus to explore the city.

BEST TIME TO VISIT BGC

Because of its international flavor, there’s always something to see at BGC. Festivals, mini-concerts, and other activities happen all year round, so any month is a good month to visit.

  • The food scene is diverse so you can enjoy Western, Asian, and other types of cuisines.
  • It's a flood-free location!
  • Hop on the eco-friendly BGC bus to explore the city.

Because of its international flavor, there’s always something to see at BGC. Festivals, mini-concerts, and other activities happen all year round, so any month is a good month to visit.

HOW TO GO TO BGC


  • By Air

    • There are no direct flights to Taguig/BGC, but the city is just a short cab ride away from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
  • By Land

    • You can also get to Taguig/BGC via the MRT3. If you’re coming from the northern part of Metro Manila, you can go to Taguig/BGC by getting on the North Avenue station of the MRT3 and getting off at the Ayala station. If you’re coming from the southern part of Metro Manila, you can get on the Taft station of the MRT3 and get off at the Ayala station. From the Ayala station, you can either ride a jeepney or BGC bus to get to BGC.
  • By Sea

    • *Ooops! You’re going to have to catch the next ship on a different port.*

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