|Location||Parañaque, Metro Manila, Philippines|
|Owner||Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation|
|Antenna spire||650 or 655 m (2,133 or 2,149 ft)|
|Design and construction|
The PAGCOR Tower was a proposed 650 or 655 m (2,133 or 2,149 ft) tall observation tower near Manila Bay in Parañaque, Metro Manila, Philippines. The tower was meant to be constructed as the landmark of the now opened Pagcor City (or Entertainment City Manila), an integrated leisure area with hotels, shopping malls, convention centers and casinos. If built, it would have been one of the tallest towers in the world.
Malaysian conglomerate Genting Berhad is responsible for the concept of the tower.
The project was conceptualized during the administration of Pagcor chairman Efraim Genuino. However, in 2010, it was reported that the project was under review after Cristino Naguiat took over as Pagcor's chairman. Naguiat has stated that plans for the tower among other projects "would likely be scrapped" despite continued development of Entertainment City.