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Ayala Triangle Gardens, Makati

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Sit back and enjoy the skyline amidst greenery in Ayala Triangle Gardens, an urban oasis set in the heart of Makati's busy financial center. The 2 hectare (5 acre) grounds covered with tropical foliage host many joggers, walkers, and bikers, as well as a number of bronze statues of Filipino heroes. Check out a row of cafes and restaurants offering a retreat under the canopy. Inspired by London's Hyde Park and run by a major property developer, the park occupies the site of a former U.S. airport. At night, LED-lit skyscrapers and a light show put on quite a spectacle. With our online itinerary creator, Makati attractions like Ayala Triangle Gardens can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Great place! Very neat, you can see people jogging around, and meditating even at night. The presence of greeneries and skyscrapers around makes the overall mood balanced and motivating. Would love... 
    Great place! Very neat, you can see people jogging around, and meditating even at night. The presence of greeneries and skyscrapers around makes the overall mood balanced and motivating. Would love...  more »
  • 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... 
    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...  more »
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  • Pleasant for a sit-down-and-relax visit. Pets are allowed, the grass and trees are well kept. There are plenty of benches and even tables available to park your stuff of tired legs and great to bring kids, to! The fountain looks nice and the sound of water makes it even more pleasant. The only thing is that the restaurants here are still closed. It says “reopening soon.” 🙁 Plus side, they have bike racks here and there is a parking lot nearby. They also practice trap, neuter or spay and care for stray cats. Cats in the park actually look fat and have thick, nice looking fur. There is pay parking in the Ayala Tower One basement as well.
  • Ayala continues to imbibe how we can make business districts as livable and walkable communities. Ayala Triangle Gardens is one of proof of it! Surrounded by tall buildings yet this garden makes you feel serene and quiet. You can feel the breeze of the sun in this summer time. People are allowed to sit and stay in the grass area and it is even pet-friendly! You can have water jug because we think having a picnic is prohibited. We saw one family politely asked a guard to quickly and properly dispose their food and garbage. You can stay as long as you want (park is open until 10pm) too just practice clean as you go and do not leave your things unattended. There is parking beside Blackbird. You should be along Makati Avenue so that parking will be on your right side. Closest mall is Greenbelt 5, which has a parking area as well. From Greenbelt, you can pass thru the underground walkway to Ayala Triangle, it is a 5-minute walk from Paseo entrance.

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