Ayala Center, Makati City

  • Address: Palm Dr, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines, Makati City
  • Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Restaurant, Entertainment, Theatre, Shopping Center, Family And Kids
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About Ayala Center, Makati City

As they describe themselves, Ayala Center is a mecca for the cosmopolitan crowd who likes to enjoy life to the fullest. It is one of the most prominent shopping centres, not only in the city’s but country as well, providing their guest with rich lifestyle opportunities. Spanning a range of shops, it caters to all kind of crowd from local to those who prefer brands. But wait! There is more to come. Apart from shops, the place has an influx of dining options, restaurants, cinemas and theatres and of course, a well-equipped play area to choose from! Come here for a nice shopping indulgence.

Ayala Center Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

How To reach Ayala Center by Public Transport

  • Bus Station- Ayala Ave
  • Bus Station- Makati Avenue

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Things to Know Before Visiting Ayala Center

  • 95% of people who visit Makati City include Ayala Center in their plan

  • 62.97% of people start their Ayala Center visit around 2 PM - 3 PM

  • People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Ayala Center

Thursday, Friday and Saturday

80.93% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Ayala Center

People normally club together Ayala Museum and Glorietta while planning their visit to Ayala Center.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Ayala Center, Makati City Reviews

  • This is a really impressive shopping precinct. The mixing of the jungle landscape with the ultra modern shops makes this one of the most up market shopping districts in Manila and one of the best I've seen in the world. There greenbelt area of Makati provides huge shopping opportunities to pick up clothes, travel goods, electronic, currency exchange , banking, restaurants and much much more in a safe friendly environment. On Sunday I believe most shops open at 11am so keep this in mind if you were planning on going early.

  • The mall is very nice although some parts are old, still it has kept its charm because of its mix of enclosed and open spaces. It also has the Ayala Museum in one of its wings were its ancient gold collections are unrivalled. Its restaurants are eclectic and has food for all taste and budget. It also carries pricey stuff for the discriminating but those with lower budget could still avail of other offerings. What more, the mall has interconnecting ramps that ypy can breeze through all parts of the mall without going out.

  • I was there to hear the anticipated 6 p.m. Palm Sunday Mass at Greenbelt Chapel, to buy 2 legal-sized folders at National Bookstore (GB-4), to watch "Sherlock Gnomes" at GB Cinema 3 (unfunny & nothing great, but ordinarily worthwhile to enjoy though) & to dine for pumpkin soup, ox tongue (wishing for mushrooms &/or veggies) & cassava pie slice at Via Mare (GB-3). The elevator at GB-5 took too long to wait before I decided to take the escalator at the far end. I was hoping for another stairway to the garage near the elevator.

  • The receiving area is horrorable. The duty guard inside the receiving area are is not so approachable and hot head to explain details. Very poor performance... Guards should have proper ethics to people even they are only delivery crew...

  • The place is really amazing and every time I visit this place there is something new, there is a lot of people, shops, restaurants & activities, perfect location

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