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Coconut Palace
Manila Top 9 in Can't Miss Attractions

97 Reviews
Modern Architecture
Liked by 12
Closed Open on Tue-Sun,9:00am-4:00pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex, Roxas Boulevard, Manila
Phone: +63-917-5381829

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  • ET3121
    Greater Melbourne, Australia

    You suck

    You can only gaze from the outside at this weird building envisaged by the queen of tacky: Mrs Marcos

    Reviewed on /Date(1554429459000+0800)/
  • nj2pi4us
    Aborlan, Palawan

    Dead end

    I was really disappointed, that we couldn’t see the Coconut Palace. I told my brother, who was visiting from the US, all about it. I live out on Palawan and he was interested in our coconuts and I tol...

    Reviewed on /Date(1536749023000+0800)/
  • paullegate

    Opulent building with a checkered past

    The Coconut Palace is a government building located in the Cultural Centre of the Philippines Complex. it was commissioned in 1978 by former First Lady Imelda Marcos as a government guest house and of...

    Reviewed on /Date(1526186256000+0800)/
  • geokantam
    Hong Kong

    Is the Coconut Palace open for public tour?

    Just wonder whether the Coconut Palace is open for public tour. I sent a few email to book to public tour but there has been no reply. There is no announcement from the OVP website.

    Reviewed on /Date(1502197099000+0800)/
  • MijnlieverdFH

    We're not allowed to get inside!

    We understood for us denied entrance, maybe for important reasons, it's okay. The building as we see it from the gate was uniquely Filipino design. the roofing to the posts were all seen using local m...

    Reviewed on /Date(1501817448000+0800)/

Additional Information


Visit the Coconut Palace to see one of the most elaborate government-owned buildings in the Philippines, now home to the country's vice president. First Lady Imelda Marcos had the Coconut Palace built for Pope John Paul II's visit in 1981, although he ultimately declined to stay there because he did not want to stay in a sumptuous suite amidst the poverty of the Philippines. The Palace is partially made of coconut shells and coconut lumber as a testament to the amazing versatility of the coconut. Make the most of your visit to the Philippines by touring one of the country's quirkiest and most interesting destinations.
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