There's nothing like taking a quick ‘gram before digging into your food, right? But feeling the need to do so right before you even enter a place—now that’s a treat. How about finding a good OOTD spot that would easily make it seem like you traveled out of the country? Even better! Here, we gathered the most Instagrammable doors in the Philippines that are guaranteed to look awesome on your feed.
1. Sunnies Cafe, BGC
Perhaps one of the most Instagrammed doors (or restaurant, for that matter), Sunnies Cafe in BGC will never fail to get you that perfect pop of color in your OOTDs. Not to mention, that towering potted plant will make for an extra dash of freshness on your feed.
Where to find it: B3 Unit 748 Bonifacio High Street, BGC, Taguig City
Tucked away in the streets of QC, you'll find this quaint cafe to satisfy your caffeine craving. But apart from their freshly ground coffee and flavored teas, their Instagrammable red door will surely be worth your while.
Where to find it: 3F Hollywood Square, Inside CMS-Asia Sports Clinic, West Avenue, Del Monte, Quezon City
Quirky and all sorts of fun, this themed salon has a double red door with white spades painted on it. If you ask us, its bright red hue calls for a fun shot with an equally eccentric outfit!
Where to find it: Ground Floor, The Pearl Place, Pearl Drive Corner Gold Loop, Ortigas, Pasig City
4. Enchanted Kindgdom
Had enough of the rollercoaster rides? Pose against these pastel doors hidden inside the amusement park while you're on break.
Where to find it: San Lorenzo Road, Laguna, Santa Rosa, Laguna
5. San Agustin Church, Manila
One of the remnants of the Spanish colonial era in the Philippines is still evident along the streets of Intramuros. Case in point: the stone churches that boast of great wooden doors that are carved with the most intricate designs.
Where to find it: Gen. A. Luna St. corner Real St., Intramuros, Manila
6. Ayuntamiento de Manila
Another gem within Intramuros is the Ayuntamiento de Manila building that bears a Neoclassical architecture design. It's nicknamed as the Marble Palace and it's not too hard to see why.
Where to find it: Cabildo Street, Intramuros, Manila
Hand-carved to perfection, this Gebyok door (a Javanese-carved teak wooden door) will instantly transport you to Bali without having to leave the country.
Where to find it: Sitio Pandayan, Malabanan Balete, Batangas
8. Camp Netanya
Find a piece of Santorini, Greece in Camp Netanya's pristine white buildings and bright blue doors!
Where to find it: Bauan - Mabini Rd, Mabini, Batangas
9. Las Casas Filipina de Acuzar
Like a hidden time machine that transports us back to the Spanish colonial era, this place is home to restored and rebuilt heritage houses with historical and architectural value. It's not just the doors you'll use as your backdrop, but every nook and cranny, for sure!
Where to find it: Brgy. Ibaba, Bagac, Bataan
10. Pinto Art Museum
Here's a door that will not only look great on your Insta-feed, but will also open your soul to all forms of art.
Where to find it: Grand Heights Rd, Antipolo, Rizal