A lot of the typical western herbs originate in Mediterranean climate and handle hot and dry quite well, but I'm thinking you get a lot of rain and humidity there?
I looked up Phillipines climate (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Climate_of_the_Philippines
) and it looks like there are a lot of variations and the western edge of it has a definite dry season. If that is where you are, you could probably grow Mediterranean herbs in your dry season. That would include lavender, rosemary, thyme, sage, tarragon. Basil and oregano will do great if watered some.
If you are in a rainy all year area, you need tropical herbs that like so much water. lemongrass, cardamom, turmeric (partial shade), ginger, galangal, basil, cilantro, garlic chives, parsley, stevia, various mints. In a tropical (hot/wet) climate, you could probably grow some of the Mediterranean herbs indoors, if you have good sunny windows. Most herbs do just fine in containers.