Ayala Triangle Gardens, Makati City
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Ayala Triangle Gardens, Makati City - Address
Address: Bel-Air, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 06:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
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Ayala Triangle Gardens are the breathing hole of the business district of Makati. Lush greenery and mature trees await the weary soul and the tired mind. Beautifully landscaped and blessed with abundant trees like the Fire trees, Golden Palms and rain trees. The gardens are like a peaceful haven in the midst of the busiest part of the city. Surrounded by puzzling varieties of restaurants, just get your lunch here and take a few moments to relax from the chaos of the city and from the mind.
Ayala Triangle Gardens Information
- The Park also hosts a sound and light show that is quite popular amongst the locals.
How To reach Ayala Triangle Gardens by Public Transport
- Bus: Makati Avenue Stop
Restaurants Near Ayala Triangle Gardens
- Wee Nam Kee
- Sumosam Food
- Mango Tree Bistro
- Banapple Pies and Cheesecake
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good place for picnic with family, lots of food shop nearby. and good to do jogging here lot of people walk around. light show every night but only happened between November -January.
Really nice place for a stroll or jog. There are also a few nice restaurants and convenience stores nearby. It also houses the Philippine stock exchange, and a lot of upper working class Hangout here. The place is very lively with occasional events around such as group exercises, star wars lightsaber sparring, and the ever famous Christmas light show around Christmas season. I frequent this park almost every day and I appreciate every single bit of it. Flaws from getting a 5: Bathroom is bad. It stinks and it's very warm and humid inside. Lighting can be improved. Cleanliness of the floors can be improved. It can get very muddy when it rains. Lots of construction happen. This blocks a lot of areas from being walked through. And sometimes it can be a hassle to walk around construction sites.
December is the best time to visit. Best Christmas light and sound display in Metro Manila. On regular days, it's the best spot in Makati CBD for running/jogging/walking.
Clean and scenic park. Lots of people during lunch. A good place to run. Be careful taking pictures. It's one of those places that doesn't allow taking photos using DSLR but allow 4K video using your phone.
Nice place to jog and spend your fitness routine. Festival of lights are on during Christmas season from Nov-Dec. it is also nice to play Pokemon Go as there are around 6 Gyms in the area.
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