This Coffee Chain in the Philippines Has Been Named One of the 50 Most Instagrammable Cafes in the World

Admit it: you are fond of snapping a photo of your mug of coffee and taking a selfie while inside your favorite cafe or in any picture-worthy cafe, for that matter. We can’t blame you. The best of us do that, especially travelers. Well, if you are a traveler; there is a good chance that you have been to one or a few of the cafes that have made the list of “The Most Instagrammable Cafes in the World 2019”.

You don’t have to travel far to get to one of them, though, as one of the Philippines’ own coffee chains, Coffee Project, has made it to the list at No. 24. It seems that the relatively new cafe in the country, which opened its first branch five years ago, is living up to its catchphrase as “the most Instagram-worthy coffee shop”.

Coffee Project opened its first branch in 2014 at Starmall Alabang, Muntinlupa

“With multiple branches around the city, the feeling when walking into a Coffee Project is always a welcome one. With soft lighting and lush greenery, it’s an oasis of calm and beauty in this bustling city,” cites Big Travel 7, which published the list of the 50 Instagrammable cafes in the world.

If you have ever been to a branch of Coffee Project, you know that to be true. Its outlets are filled with decorations of flowers, foliage, framed quotes about coffee, and rustic furniture and fixtures. You’ve probably also noticed their use of mood lights. The seating areas offer different levels of privacy as needed by their customers.

According to their website: “There are areas for the individuals who are just passing the time, long tables for those who may have a meeting, and comfortable sofas for groups who are just hanging out.” Coffee Project is owned by the Philippines’ richest real estate tycoon, Manny Villar, who is a self-confessed coffee enthusiast.

The top 5 Instagrammable cafes on the list are Speedos in Sydney, Australia; EL&N in London, England; Alfred Coffee in Los Angeles, USA; Note Coffee in Hanoi, Vietnam; and Mad Pops in Bali, Indonesia. You may check out the full list here.

Have you ever been to any of Coffee Project’s outlets or any of the other cafes on the list? Share your experiences with us!


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