Made of materials derived from coconut, this unique building has a certain notoriety. It was reportedly built at the command of Imelda Marcos as a palace for Pope John Paul II on one of his visits to Manila. This pontiff, however, declined the offer and chose to stay at the Papal Nunciature instead.

The Coconut Palace is now a museum, with its seven bedrooms displaying different regional styles of home interior design and furnishing. The living area may be booked for parties and functions.

Coconut Palace Museum is located in Pasay City.