Things to do in Makati

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Things to Do in Makati

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  • Mrs.O
    Metro Manila, Philippines7 contributions
    i love that GB have this. We normally go there so early so my kids could enjoy the place before 10am. Realaxing nature-ish feels…. We normally have bfast in d nearby Starbucks, go around the garden, say a li’l prayer in the chapel. My youngest enjoy it very well. Loves the koi in the pond as well. If u want a chill brekky or relaxing morning visit it so early. U can do a quick run or exercise too.
    Written 19 April 2022
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  • Jun Ruaya
    Calamba, Philippines52 contributions
    I was on my way to Lepanto Bldg just accross Ayala Triangle when my car bogged down. Three tire bolts got lost on right front wheel.So I parked on the entrance.Luckily traffic enforcers of both Ayala center and the city government went to the rescue.
    A certain Villanueva helped me solved the problem together with a colleague. He said they are part of a rescue team for motorists.It was around 11 p.m. no other cars due to the curfew.
    There are food stalls at day time here.The Aquino monument is a walking distance from the garden. During Christmas time the trees are filled with sparkling led lights for an evening light and sound show every holiday season. This year the show might be cancelled. So all you get here is fresh air in the morning or evening.
    Written 29 September 2020
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  • Brian T
    Las Pinas, Philippines3 contributions
    I always love to visit different kinds of museum. Ayala Museum a newly renovated museum is a treasure trove of exquisite artifacts from different eras of Philippine history. Definitely a go-to place for properly educating students about the richness of Philippine heritage and get their historical facts straight.
    Written 15 May 2022
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  • doctorfoxtrot
    Taguig City, Philippines7,627 contributions
    This is a community market that only opens on a Saturday. They have another one in Legaspi st. Tables to dine are disallowed, due to the prevailing health protocols. So only option was for a take away. Food finds are really nice, especially the fruits and novelty produce. But be wary of the time schedule. They close by 2 pm. At 1 pm many of them are starting to pack up, since they already ran out of something to sell. People trickled in as early as it opens at around 9 am.
    Written 26 February 2022
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  • Dan F
    Batangas City, Philippines4 contributions
    Very long and full of trees all around. Good environment for worship and mass…although a bit noisy. Very good nonetheless
    Written 2 May 2022
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  • Dan F
    Batangas City, Philippines4 contributions
    Many testosterone around. The green trees and shade provide ecological balance to a rather city with many high rise buildings and Aircon equipment
    Written 2 May 2022
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  • PatEspiritu
    Qatar4 contributions
    Nice mall but the only downside to this mall is its huge size. There are so many shops and restaurants from G1 to G5 that I'd doubt you could cover it in a day. Plus, it's a nice-looking mall, unlike your typical shoe box-type mall.
    Written 30 March 2022
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  • Edu L
    Greater London, UK126 contributions
    When in the Makati area, Ayala Center is good place to shop, dine and enjoy the vigrant commercial center. It is accessible by bus, taxi and MRT train.
    Written 9 February 2020
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  • Michael John B
    Brisbane, Australia1 contribution
    All of Asia is not what it used to be and that DEFINETELY goes for Burgos street. I have been going there for over 20 years...attitudes are sadly the stand out declines I thought for a moment maybe I've changed . But no it's very obvious when I look.back. it's allways been expensive if you allow it to be, but it really doesn't have to be if your aware and half street smart. Never dangerous. Dirty ? Thats the Philipinnes nearly everywhere is discusting. You still can have a laugh and conversation if you have the right attitude Most westerners dont have that in my obversation. Even though attitudes have changed Philipinos are very happy people, very rarely not happy people. They have to be lol or they would go crazy.... worth a visit if you have a good attitude and can talk and have fun
    Written 2 April 2020
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  • VA5
    Quezon City, Philippines950 contributions
    Convenient location. All major food chains are here plus some new local brands. A lot of Parking. Good airconditioning.
    Written 11 February 2020
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  • Aaqarsh Aiyyar
    Chennai (Madras), India2,454 contributions
    The mall is easily accessible from the Ayala MRT station. The shopping options are numerous. It happened to be my regular hangout destination as it was easily accessible and annexed to Landmark and the Greenbelt malls.
    Written 23 April 2020
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  • Ellengrace I
    43 contributions
    The city view near the cinema area provides a nice perspective.. during late afternoon, lots would just sit down at the area bringing some of their snacks enjoying the city view. If there is any great movie showing, their cinema is also worth going to. Cinema area is spacious - have good legroom.
    Written 26 January 2020
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  • Darryn
    Brisbane, Australia446 contributions
    Not as big and flashy like Greenbelt, the park is simple and well maintained.
    A nice pond and walk ways with amble seating and a few ok photo ops.
    Over all the park is a good place to escape the crowds and only a few hundred meters from the Greenbelt complex. Worth the 5 mintue walk from Greenbelt just for that little local experiance.
    Written 17 March 2019
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  • Aaqarsh Aiyyar
    Chennai (Madras), India2,454 contributions
    This shopping stores in Makati, accessible from the Ayala MRT through SM Makati, is a place that offers a variety of goods and you would be spoilt of the shopping choices here.
    Written 23 April 2020
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  • Lotus4d
    Manila, Philippines3 contributions
    The first church of SinilIn 1599, the supreme government allowed the establishment of a stone church. In 1604, the church was placed under the advocacy of Saints Peter and Paul. The old church was built from 1733 to 1739 under the term of Father Melchor de San Antoniooan, based on the records of Huerta, was dedicated to the Our Lady of Purification.
    Written 22 July 2021
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