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Best things to do in Taguig

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Science Museum
“Perfect for families, your kids will love this world-class science museum that has numerous interactive exhibits!”
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Science Museum
“The Mind Museum is a well-anticipated, world class Science museum in the Philippines. Log on to know more about the amazing science galleries and exhibits.”
13local recommendations
Restaurant
“Healthy Food. Good for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Must Try: Cauliflower Fried Rice ”
5local recommendations
Restaurant
“Good Filipino comfort food. It can get busy with office people and families going out for a meal”
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Establishment
“Craving your favorite German beer? Head over to Draft for a quick bite and a decent beer. ”
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Bar
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“I enjoy the music here, they're usually playing hits from the 90's which really makes for a fun not so early night. The lines can be long so come early or get a table, they are not so expensive.”
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Restaurant
“Kpub BBQ is a meat-all-you-can concept restaurant, infused with a Korean Pop Music theme. Be transported to downtown Seoul in the hippest, coolest and biggest Korean barbeque restaurant in the Philippines! For as low as P499, you can satisfy your barbeque cravings with a vast selection of delectable and authentic dishes. Kpub BBQ also houses the Green Room, the only Heineken bar in the Philippines, which goes perfectly well with your meat-all-you-can buffet. Enjoy your meals while being serenaded by the most popular Kpop artists on our giant video wall. Catch the country's top bands live on weekends after dinner.”
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Cafe
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Speakeasy
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“Hotel Bar is the speakeasy offshoot of Pink’s Hotdogs. Although the secret pub only has 11 classic cocktails on the menu, their skilled bartenders can whip up a variety of handcrafted drinks upon request. Grab an Old Fashioned to go with your Tokyo Dog (P250) and fuel up for the night ahead.”
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Restaurant
“An All-American restaurant with hot dogs, burgers, fries, and shakes. Plus a separate bar at the back. ”
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Filipino Restaurant
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“ARACAMA is a Filipino fine-dining restaurant owned by Chef Fernando Aracama who offers cuisine influenced and inspired by the flavors of his cherished home island of Negros (an island in the Visayas region, south of Manila). Recommended dishes: Manok sa Tanglad, Krispy Pata, Kare Kare, Pan-seared Lapu-Lapu, all the Sinigang (sour soup) dishes and the "Old School Sizzling Sisig". ”
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Restaurant
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Restaurant
“Chef Davide Oldani is a Michelin-starred chef who owns the world-renowned restaurant D’O in Milan. In 2016, he brought FOO’D to Manila as part of his Cucina Pop venture. The restaurant is intimate and seats only 60 people, and it promises to serve Michelin-grade food like the Cipolla Caramellata (caramelized onion), Iberico Pork Ribs, and chef Oldani’s rendition of a lemon curd. It’s a dining experience that you can try on your next date night. ”
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Bakery
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“Everything is irresistible. Favorites are banana pudding (any flavor), red velvet cupcakes, and the chocolate pudding.”
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Bar
“For fans of American and local craft beer. This is the exclusive distributor of Stone Brewery from San Diego and Rogue from Portland. They also carry local craft beer such as Pedro. The beer here is hoppy and tasty! Menu is Spanish inspired. ”
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