13 Coworking Spaces in Manila for Digital Nomads [UPDATED 2022]

If you are a digital nomad, you might be the envy of most of your corporate worker friends because you can work remotely wherever you are! However, it’s not always as easy as most may think, especially if you are travelling to countries with a relatively poor internet connection, like the Philippines. The good news is, coworking spaces address this problem now. If you happen to be in the Philippine capital, you might want to consider doing your next big gig or project in one of these top coworking spaces in Manila.

Also read: 5 Coworking Spaces in Metro Cebu for Digital Nomads

Ortigas area

1. Weremote

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As one of the biggest coworking spaces in Manila, Weremote is a promising remote office on the rise. Its shared services, which include accounting and human resources, allow startups and aspiring freelancers to breezily navigate the digital nomad lifestyle. In addition to its strategic location and superb amenities (a game lounge and a nap room, anyone?!), Weremote has a charming comic book aesthetic that’s reminiscent of our childhood delights.

Also read: Weremote: A New Coworking Space in Manila for Digital Nomads

Address: Building C, Metrowalk Commercial Complex, Meralco Avenue, Barangay Ugong, Pasig City, Metro Manila
Operating hours: 24 hours daily (for monthly-paying members); 24 hours from Monday to Friday (walk-ins)
Rates: ₱100 (1 Hour Pass); ₱300 (4 Hour Pass); ₱500 (9 Hour Pass); ₱1,800 (30 Hour Pass); ₱2750 (50 Hour Pass); ₱5,000 (100 Hour Pass); ₱8,000 (Unlimited Pass).

For more information, visit Weremote’s official website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages.

2. Loft

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Loft offers flexibility and comfort when it comes to their coworking space. Whether you are only staying for a few hours to meet those rush deadlines or working for the entire day, you can surely find a spot for yourself. They also have discounted rates for the night owl digital nomads. Passes come with business-grade high-speed internet, use of printer and photocopying machine, and unlimited coffee. When you need to take a break, you can enjoy free access to the Penthouse lounge.

Address: Penthouse 1, One Corporate Center, Meralco Ave. cor Julia Vargas Ave. Ortigas Center, Pasig, Philippines
Operating hours: 24hrs
Rate: ₱550/day; ₱450/night (8pm – 7am); ₱130/hour

For more information, visit Loft’s official website, Facebook, and Instagram pages. 

3. work.able

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For a change of scenery, step into work.able’s Scandinavian design-inspired office space in Pasig City. It offers flexible workspace and office space solutions for hybrid and remote workers and freelancers alike. Additionally, it houses meeting rooms, fully customisable offices, and an events space — all equipped with a complete roster of amenities and facilities. 

Address: Cyberscape Gamma Topaz and, Ruby Rd, Ortigas Center, Pasig, 1605 Metro Manila

Operating hours: 7am – 7pm Monday to Friday

Rate: ₱250 (hot desk); ₱300 (meeting room)); ₱500 (dedicated desk); ₱3,500 (events space); ₱12,000 (private offices) 

For more information, visit work.able’s official website, Facebook, and Instagram pages. 

Bonifacio Global City area

4. ASpace Manila

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Like their space in Cebu, the three branches of ASpace Manila still carry their minimalist industrial vibe. Their interior creates a hip and contemporary feel very suitable for the modern-day creatives. Your day pass includes free-flowing artisanal coffee, free use of the kitchen, and pantry. High-speed internet is also expected with an added tech support service. In addition, their coworking spaces in Manila are conveniently located near premier malls.

Bonifacio Global City
Address: Fort Strip, 3/F, corner 20th and 7th, Fort Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila 1634
Operating hours: 8am – 8pm Monday to Friday; 9am – 6pm Saturdays
Rates: ₱1,000/day (1 Day Pass); ₱800/day (5 Day Pass); ₱500/day (20 Day Pass)

Pasong Tamo
Address: 3F + 4F, Molave Building, 2231 Chino Roces Ave, Makati 1233
Operating hours: 9am – 6pm Monday to Friday
Rates: ₱750/day (1 Day Pass); ₱600/day (5 Day Pass); ₱350/day (20 Day Pass)

Address: 110 Legazpi Street, Makati City, 1229 Metro Manila (Legazpi Village)
Operating hours: 8am – 8pm Monday to Friday; 9am – 9pm Saturdays
Rates: ₱1,000/day (1 Day Pass); ₱800/day (5 Day Pass); ₱500/day (20 Day Pass)

For more information, visit ASpace Manila’s official website.

Makati & Mandaluyong areas

5. Penbrothers

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Penbrothers opened in 2014 to cater to what they feel is lacking in the Philippines, coworking offices dedicated to helping small startups and freelancers. From their humble beginnings, they now have seven offices in three locations. Aside from private spaces, they also provide HR recruitment and payroll assistance for small businesses.

Legaspi Office
Address: 6F OPL Building, 100 C. Palanca St., Legaspi Village, Makati, 1229 Metro Manila
Operating hours: 24 hours; 7 days

Salcedo Office
Address: Chatman Tower, Levistre Street, Salcedo Village, Makati City, Metro Manila
Operating hours: 24 hours; 7 days

Sheridan Office
Address: Rockwell Business Center Sheridan 1 Tower, United Street, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila
Operating hours: 24 hours; 7 days

For more information, visit Penbrothers’ official website, Facebook, and Instagram pages. 

Quezon City & Manila City areas

6. Bull.ish

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In addition to being one of the most Instagrammable coworking spaces in Manila, the space’s modern industrial style stimulates creativity and focus. Bullish about productivity and passion, you can’t help but get inspired to hustle for your dreams. Your pass comes with high-speed Fibr connection, free use of scanner and printer, and unlimited brewed coffee or espresso. It can’t get any better than that!

Address: 2/F F7 Building, 49 Sct. Rallos St, Diliman, Quezon City, 1103 Metro Manila
Operating hours: 9am – 7pm
Rate: ₱350/day; ₱5,000/month

For more information, visit Bullish’s official website, Facebook, and Instagram pages. 

7. Racket Room Collective

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Racket Room Collective is dedicated to providing space where entrepreneurs, freelancers, and digital nomads “can make the most of their endeavours, get their ideas in motion, and be around like-minded people”. Passes include use of pantry, unlimited coffee/tea/water, unlimited scanning, and of course, a reliable fast internet connection.

Address: 3G Symphony Tower 1, Sgt. Esguerra Avenue, Quezon City
Operating hours: 9am – 9pm Monday to Friday
Rate: ₱600/day; ₱2,400/weekly; ₱6,000/monthly

For more information, visit Racket Room Collective’s official Facebook, and Instagram pages. 

8. 47 East

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This coworking space in Manila might truly be what a digital nomad needs. Not only do they provide a dedicated space conducive for working, they also have dormitory accommodation. It is complete with a refrigerator, and toilet/shower you can rent on a transient and monthly basis!

Address: 47 Esteban Abada Street, Barangay Loyola Heights, 1108 Quezon City, Philippines
Operating hours: 8am – 8pm Monday to Friday; 9am – 6pm Saturday
Rate: ₱500/day; ₱300/half day

For more information, visit 47 East’s official website, Facebook, and Instagram pages. 

9. FIRST Coworking Community

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FIRST Coworking Community, tucked away in the historic First United Building along Escolta, Manila, offers freelancers a conducive working environment. Not only do they cater to digital nomads, but their space also acts as a temporary office for start-up businesses. Decked out in industrial design interiors and wooden furniture, FIRST provides a cosy and modern workspace to get creative juices flowing.

Address: 502 & 504 First United Building, 421 Escolta St., Manila, Philippines

Operating hours: 9am – 7pm Monday to Friday; 10am – 5pm Saturday

Rate: ₱400/ daily; ₱6,000/ monthly; ₱5,750/ quarterly; ₱5,500/ semi-annual; ₱5,250/ annually. 

For more information, visit FIRST Coworking Community’s official Facebook and Instagram pages. 

10. Space 1851 Coworking Hub

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Space 1851 Coworking Hub provides sustainable workstations for freelancers and small companies to foster ideas and connections. Its spacious office features minimalist and functional furniture — their way of providing flexible and comfortable workspace solutions. Plus, it offers complimentary coffee and water, a fast Internet connection, and other useful amenities. Hoping to increase your productivity in a new atmosphere? Space 1851’s office might just help you reach your full work potential!

Address: 2nd Floor, 1851 Pilar Hidalgo Lim St. cor Remedios St Malate 1004 Manila

Operating hours: 9am – 5pm; Monday to Friday 

Rate: ₱500 (daily); ₱2,000 (weekly); ₱5,000 (monthly)

For more information, visit Space 1851 Coworking Hub’s official Facebook and Instagram pages. 

Also read: 10 Ideal Cafes in Manila for the Non-Coffee Lovers

Parañaque & Muntinlupa areas

11. Launchpad Coworking

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Launchpad Coworking Office literary has everything. They offer flexible virtual office and business solution for start-ups and small business. In addition, they provide a space conducive for working. They also have flexible rates which come with high-speed internet, working pantry, coffee, and use of printer and scanner.

Address: 2/F Commercenter Alabang, Commerce Avenue cor. East Asia Drive, Filinvest Corporate City, 1780 Muntinlupa City
Operating hours: 9am – 7pm Monday to Friday; 10am – 5pm Saturday
Rate: ₱200/3 hours; ₱500/day; ₱1,000/10 hour consumable valid for 2 weeks

For more information, visit Launchpad Coworking’s official website, Facebook, and Instagram pages.

12. Kings City

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Sometimes, all we need is to treat our eyes with pretty things to get inspired and be productive! Kings City offers just that with its mid-century modern-inspired decor and peaceful atmosphere. Just by the looks of it, it’s one of the most aesthetically pleasing co-working spaces in Manila designed for efficient collaboration. Not only does it offer various ideal workstations, but it also provides useful equipment, utilities, and refreshments for its customers. 

Address: Ground Level, RCS Building, Doña Soledad Ave, Better Living, Parañaque

Operating hours: 8am – 6pm Monday to Saturday

Rate: ₱300 (full day rate); ₱1,4000 (weekly); ₱4,000 (one month membership)

For more information, visit Kings City’s official website, Facebook, and Instagram pages. 

13. NOOK Coworking Studio

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NOOK Coworking Studio, located at the heart of Alabang’s CBD, combines work and play into one dynamic space. With its high-speed Internet connection, unli-refill beverages, and eclectic interiors, getting work done has never been more inviting. What’s more, it offers other facilities like meeting rooms and a photo studio, which you can consider your own playground for collaboration. Ultimately, if you’re on the lookout for a workplace environment that lets your creative juices flow, then NOOK will definitely be up your alley!

Address: Molito Lifestyle Center Building 8 Unit 12, Madrigal Ave, Alabang, Muntinlupa

Operating hours: 7am – 7pm Monday to Friday

Rate: ₱150 (hourly); ₱350 (half day); ₱500 (full day)

For more information, visit NOOK Coworking Studio’s official website, Facebook, and Instagram pages. 

Also read: 15 Instagram-Worthy Cafes in Metro Manila

Did we miss anything on the list? Feel free to tell us your favourite coworking spaces in Manila, too!

Tin Mendez and TripZilla and Andrea Larice Yap

Tin aspires to live a creative life every day. She likes to tinker with paper, wires and anything she can fabricate into something new. She is fascinated by stories of the past and years gone by, old pictures, abandoned buildings and wild nature. While her past work experience was in the field of design, currently, she juggles writing gigs about her travels while at the same time establishing her personal creative career.