Visitors are welcome to ADB. You may opt for either a tour of ADB’s building or a briefing on ADB’s mission, core functions, and operations, or on topics such as:
- Agriculture and natural resources
- Climate change
- Health and nutrition
- Public management and governance
- Social protection
- Transport and communications
- Urban development
When to visit
Visiting times are every 2nd and 4th week of the month, 9:00 am–12:00 noon or 2:00 pm–5:00 pm
Duration: 3 hours
Who can visit
ADB is open to visiting groups from educational institutions, governments, bilateral agencies, multilateral organizations, nongovernment organizations, embassies, and private companies. We accommodate groups from as small as 10 to as large as 50 people.
Visitors must be at least fifteen (15) years old.
International visitors program
How to register for a visit
The visiting group’s representative should register at least thirty (30) working days before the date of visit and enclose an endorsement or support letter from the group’s organization.
International visitors must first list names and details of persons in their group using the registration form. Then they should register and upload the filled out form through the page: https://adb.eventsair.com/ivp/events/Site/Register
Scheme 1: US$10.00 – registration only
Scheme 2: US$15.00 - registration + light snacks
Scheme 3: US$20.00 - registration + set lunch
Scheme 4: US$25.00 - registration + light snacks + set lunch
The quoted rates are per person. Only one scheme can apply for an entire group.
Local visitors program
Visitors who are nationals of the Philippines should register through this email.
The contact person for international visitors is:Mary Ann AntonioSenior Events Management Officer Tel +632 632 5388 E-mail
The contact person for visitors who are Philippine nationals is:Rosemarie F. MarquezSenior External Relations Officer Philippines Country Office (PhCO) Tel +632 683 1016 Fax +632 683 1030 E-mail
Publications and souvenirs
Visitors can buy publications and souvenir items at the bookshop, located at the ADB Avenue Visitors’ Registration Center.
Please course other requests through a contact person in an ADB department or office. See ADB’s contacts page: http://www.adb.org/contacts/main