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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1-2 hours
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Jun Ruaya
Antipolo City, Philippines51 contributions
A Nice Place to Spend Time if Car Bogged Down on Ayala Avenue
Sep 2020
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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KGB777
Singapore, Singapore41,727 contributions
Small park in the centre of Makati
Feb 2020
Passed through this small park a few times whilst staying in Makati on a weekend trip in Feb. It's nice enough park, albeit fairly small. Probably not worth making a special visit to see, but you may want to pass through and have a look if already in the vicinity.
Written June 11, 2020
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Jy Go
Luzon, Philippines13 contributions
Ayala view
Mar 2020 • Solo
Ayala triangle is one of the nice place in makati.there are many trees and a nice place to relax..very clean.
Written March 8, 2020
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Par G.
Metro Manila, Philippines11 contributions
Relax in the Middle of Metro
Feb 2020
Always feels good jogging or walking around Ayala Triangle, especially in the mornings or in-between draining meetings at work.
Written February 27, 2020
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Ron
Taguig City, Philippines4,334 contributions
Dec 24th Lights and Sound Show
Dec 2019
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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Aruba1204
Oxford, CT245 contributions
A very scenic park in the middle of Makati
Feb 2020
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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Yvet D
Makati, Philippines174 contributions
Good for walks/jogs anytime of the day or night
Dec 2019 • 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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Edu L
Greater London, UK126 contributions
Transformed
Jan 2020
The Ayala Triangle garden is not what it is used to be - greenery gardens. The triangle is undergoing a commercial transformation where large buildings are being constructed. It is not place to enjoy the gardens.
Written February 9, 2020
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ztpg
20 contributions
A nice place to visit
Jan 2020 • Friends
The place is good hangout place specially at night. The view is also nice for photographers but the guards are really strict (they do not allow tripods). There are nice restaurants/coffee shop in the area.
Written January 30, 2020
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travelerR
4 contributions
Great park except for...
Dec 2019
the quick tiny ants that try to get into your personal space and stuff. There was also security around so I felt safe with my backpack.
Written January 17, 2020
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