BGC Mural Walk


Bonifacio Global City also known as BGC is known for its stunning skyscrapers, its many restaurants catering to all types if cuisines, its colourful surroundings, and now for its many instagrammable murals dotting the city.

BGC is a financial district in Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines. It is located 11 km south-east of the center of Manila.

It was a cloudy day with a bit of drizzle here and there, but that did’t stop us from doing our scheduled Mural walk organised by my niece, Pam.

First is this area that is an oasis in the middle of all the modern skyscrapers. We took the car to these first three murals because it is far from everything else.

“Rolling Out a Better World,” these murals depict a society where everyone is interconnected through empathy and compassion. These murals were painted by Glendford Lumbao, Kankan Ramos, Patmai, Zoe Rosal, Deafeye Studio, Elie Quial, and Woman Create. All finished in 2021.

“The Land We Walk On,” by Elie Quial

And now our walking begins …

“What’s Your Culture,” by Glenford Lumbao is is sort of an advertising mural created on the W Global Center at 30th Street cor. 9th avenue in Bonifacio Global City. Yamaha Motor Philippines, Inc. shows its support for street art and creative expression.

In the corner of 26th Street and 5th Avenue, this wall mural symbolizes the friendship between Korea, the Philippines, and other ASEAN member countries since it is a collaboration between artists from the region. (Auggie, Bunga, Bows, Xuan Ka, Perol, Pesey, Cyrus, Zero, Miguel, Nemo, Kim Si Yeong, Lee Sun Il, Hyun Nam, and Park Young-Gyun as Project Director)

The Heart of God’s Country by Andrew Schoultz located on the W Fifth Building, overlooking 5th Ave and 32nd

Kids with Spray Paint creation by Nate Frizzell

With the theme “Rolling Out a Better World,” the artworks depict a society where everyone is interconnected through empathy and compassion. Art by Glendford Lumbao, Kankan Ramos, Patmai, Zoe Rosal, Deafeye Studio, Elie Quial, and Woman Create

Kapit lang means Hang in there and Kumusta means how are you. all done for the betterment of one’s mental health.

Kapit Kamay (Hand in hand) by Biskeg Pangasinan Artist Collective located in the corner of Uniqlo Building along 30th St.

Dating Tagpuan (An old Meeting Place) by John Paul Antido located in C3 Annex Building, Bonifacio High Street Central, 30th Street corner 7th avenue

Just beside this mural is this one by Jasmin Lacay called Greener Street

Pangako (Promise) by Anjo Bolarda located in B3 Pocket Parking, Bonifacio High Street, Lane P

Magic Owl and David’s Hand both by Los Angeles muralist Bunnie Reiss. Inspired by symbols we see in magic and children’s books.

Calamansi & Sampaguita by Francisco Diaz in 2016,. This mural is splashed with pastel colors set on a black background.

Up to the Sky by CEET Fouad and Egg Fiasco located in Central Square Mall, BHS Central

Pilandok (Philippine Mouse Deer) by artist Egg Fiasco located in Bonifacio High Street, Lane P

This next one is a newly painted mural called Dalagang Pilipina portraying an extremely refined composure of a lady covering half of her face with a fan. It is located in the 28th Street, Maybank Corporate Centre

Want to have some cold drink/dessert to quench the thirst after the walking tour?

That has been a few hours of walk and stopping only once in a while to have some breather. I hope you enjoyed seeing these wonderful wall murals in BGC in the Philippines as much as I did.

For Jo’ Monday Walk and for Natalie’s Photographic Public Art Challenge


  1. restlessjo says:

    So many choices, so much colour, Teresa! Thanks so much for sharing.

    1. Teresa says:

      Always my pleasure to share what I have experienced 👍

  2. Natalie says:

    Teresa, What a fantastic mural collection. So many beautiful choices. I really like The Land We Walk On and the pastel flowers. Thank you for your PPAC contribution.

    1. Teresa says:

      Thanks Natalie, I also really liked The Land We Walk On which is a series of murals beside each other.

  3. picpholio says:

    I’m a big fan of this kind of street art.

    1. Teresa says:

      So good right? Especially if every art piece has a meaning to it!

  4. Toonsarah says:

    Your niece clearly did a great job of planning your walk, you’ve seen so many interesting and colourful murals! I’ve been trying to decide on a favourite and I think it’s probably Calamansi & Sampaguita, perhaps because of the contrast between those lovely pastel colours and the dark wall 🙂

    1. Teresa says:

      Thanka for liking that specific mural. It is our national flower and it looks pretty in pastel colours. And yea my niece did a great job. She evwn had a trial walk to know how long it took. 👍

  5. Eunice says:

    I love street art murals and these are all fabulous. It’s hard to choose a favourite but if I have one it’s The Land We Walk On 🙂

    1. Teresa says:

      Tanks Eunice for commenting. Sorry that I just saw this now.

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