Ayala Triangle Gardens

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Ayala Triangle Gardens
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A patch of green and inspired public art in the center of the business district. Free wifi throughout the park
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Yvet D
Makati, Philippines174 contributions
Solo
My go-to area for my afternoon walks. This is in the middle of the central business district and its park-like but with all the cars passing through the area after office there is pollution catches by the lush green trees.

This is also where Christmas lights and sound show is held every December. A must-see when in the area this time of the year

Coffee shops, restaurants are lined up and busy during lunch/dinner. They don’t close after lunch so arrive around 5ish and you’ll get a table.
Written February 10, 2020
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Chanwengcheong
Cyberjaya, Malaysia462 contributions
Friends
Situated right smack at the centre of Makati, amidst the Stock Exchange Building and others, it has a line of restaurants along one side and the rest are greeneries. Too bad there’s some construction on one side now and it bothers me that one of the many interesting city lungs are being reduced in size. Check out their light show at night from Christmas onwards. The whole place is beautifully lit up. Mesmerising.
Written January 5, 2020
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Aruba1204
Oxford, CT254 contributions
Ayala Triangle Gardens is a very scenic 2-hectare triangular park located in the Makati Central Business District. It is owned by Ayala Land, a major land and building developer in the Philippines. This park is in the immediate vicinity of two major hotels, The Peninsula and the Makati Shangri-La. The park is a very pleasant place for walking, jogging and sight-seeing. Ayala is building a huge new beautiful complex of residential and commercial space buildings at the edge of the park and when this is completed it will add to the appeal of the park.
A very relaxed and beautifully landscaped area that is well worth a visit.
A line of restaurants that used to be opened have mostly closed as part of the park renovation.
Written February 25, 2020
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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 September 29, 2020
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Rax Yabut
21 contributions
Friends
How wonderful that the park remains untouched despite of all the skyscrapers being built along the Ayala Business District. It is nice to have a park a few blocks away from the office where one can eat, relax, sit back and enjoy the nature. The light show during Christmas is excellent. But in some ways, it does feel like an intrusion to an otherwise idyllic place on a normal evening. Still, why not in the spirit of the holidays?!
Written January 15, 2020
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Ron
Taguig City, Philippines4,360 contributions
Went here on the 24th of December to see and witness the Lights and sound show .
The place is crowded as most are waiting for the show.
i love the open air show and the ceiling show. amazing. The park is great with some food restaurant to choose from.
Its for sure great to visit in this park in a regular day that it will not be crowded and would love to do that like picnic style or just relaxing one afternoon.
Written February 26, 2020
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Hungry Daily PH
Philippines68 contributions
Solo
Just an update!!! 🎆🎇

There's more reason to be happy because Christmas is in the air.

Official Opening will be on November 12..

#HBFam #HungryByaheros #AyalaTriangle #Christmas #MakeItHappenMakeItMakati #FestivalOfLights #MakatiCity
Written November 6, 2019
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Bent G
Makati, Philippines4,339 contributions
Business
I've passed by the Triangle Gardens recently and saw that at the far end some sort of construction is going on. Upon going closer I saw a tarpouline with an image of a building. That means there will be skyscraper here. As I can recall there were a lot of Narra Trees located at this area. Isn't it illegal to cut down mature Narra trees? Isn't this an endangered species? I guess a giant company like this is legally prepared to answer this. I had high respect for this company and thought really highly of them when it comes to the environment. Not like their direct competitor that cuts down trees to make a "box type mall". But it seems their following their competitors footsteps.
Written July 1, 2015
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Atiyadlc
Makati, Philippines295 contributions
I usually go here to jog and then eat. place is very secured as there are guards roaming to ensure our safety.Plus lots of restaurants to choose from after working out. Im a regular here
Written January 9, 2016
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virstud
Caloocan270 contributions
Family
We visited the place last Saturday to watch the famous Christmas Light show. It is spectacular to watch the beautiful lights dancing to the tune of the Christmas songs being played. The show last for around 7 to 10 minutes more or less. The schedule of the show starts from 6 PM until 9 PM and the show repeats every 30 minutes. It is a good thing that we stayed for at least 3 shows as they are actually playing at least 2 sets of different songs and shows of lights.

And the nice thing about it is that it is FREE.

However, beware, traffic is really bad around the place.
Written December 3, 2012
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