Washington Sycip Park, Makati City

Washington Sycip Park, Makati City - Address

Address: Legazpi Street, Makati, Kalakhang Maynila, Philippines

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 06:00 am - 10:00 pm Details

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About Washington Sycip Park, Makati City

The Washington Sycip Park is a green oasis near the Greenbelt mall in Legaspi village. The park boasts of many tropical trees and exotic plants. The park also has cozy nooks like gazebos, benches etc where you can take a few moments of peace from the hustle bustle of the city. There is even a koi pond where exotic birds flock and a music system that adds to the ambiance of the park.

Washington Sycip Park Information

  • The Park is a no smoking & no pet zone.

How To reach Washington Sycip Park by Public Transport

  • Bus: Makati Avenue Stop
  • Jeepney: Ayala Market Terminal

Restaurants Near Washington Sycip Park

  • The Seafood Club
  • Cafe Mediterranean
  • Pho Hoa Restaurant
  • Sousaku Restaurant

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Washington Sycip Park, Makati City Reviews

  • The area as of January 12,2018 is well maintained. There are public comfort rooms in pristine condition despite habing opened for a few months. Jogger and fitness bods alike can exercise in peace without the trouble of buzzling people here and there

  • A beautiful little quiet garden in the heart of Makati's business district. Great for taking a break from the stress of work. I just wished it were bigger. Parks are rare in Metro Manila so this is a gem.

  • Beautiful, great for walks. Quiet places. Nature in Manila!

  • Nice place to unwind in the heart of busy makati. Still in its renovating stage

  • It's a Japanese themed park, named as Washington S. Park to honour the late founder of AIM

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