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- A mall which is to be considered as the top shopping mall in the country/state. It has all the branded that you need naming from Louis Vuitton, Dior, Patek Philippe and so on.
This mall is huge, there’s like greenbelt 2,3,4,5 and it connects to other malls as well. It’s great to walk around especially in the middle outdoor of the mall there’s an outdoor park where you can walk around, and chill :)Written 3 January 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This museum went through a transition during Covid and is now presenting the arts and crafts of the Philippines in the best way possible.Written 13 January 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Pleasant park to stay at. Conveniently nearby malls, restaurants, coffee shops and other stores. One of the go to places in MakatiWritten 23 December 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- 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
- If you need an injection of fresh food, farmers market and variety, this is the place to go. There is a wide selection of cooked ready to eat food as well as fresh fruit, vege, fish and the like. You can buy artisan breads that are harder to find in the Philippines as well as delicious preserves, biscuits and some home remedies to stop pesky mozzies. My favourite seller is Madge, hunt her stall down for perfect crumpets, melting moments and too many other NZ and OZ favourites.Written 11 October 2022
- Very long and full of trees all around. Good environment for worship and mass…although a bit noisy. Very good nonethelessWritten 2 May 2022
- Honestly just had to run in here to use the bathroom during a run. The security was so nice and led me there even though I was a sweaty mess. Looked super modern and clean in there. The bathroom was the best I've used in the philippines, hahahaha.Written 28 July 2022
- 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
- It’s too confusing .... asked for a map at help desk... none available.... half levels.... full escalators.... half escalators.... corridors leading offf to other shopping centres.... signage very vague about where to go..... you get lost really easily.... but still found some great bargains....!,,,,Written 9 March 2020
- Small mall with great food! I love the salad from Mary Grace. Food is really good to my preference.
Good place to chill for a coffee or quick meal.Written 3 October 2022
- This church is new as the original one burned down. Neither is it situated exactly where the original one was. It takes extra effort to go here as it is not on the main highway. It is quiet and in the middle of a residential area. It is also the closest real church to Ayala Center. The villages around Ayala Center have their own chapels but this is a real church.Written 9 October 2017
- 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
- This is a very tiny space for a long-distance runner like me. However, I like that it's far from the chaos of Makati. Also, this is a good start or finish point as the entire Ayala/Salcedo/Legaspi areas are nice places for an awesome run.Written 2 October 2019
- I visited with my friend who is in a wheelchair and they gave him half price 50pesos, I paid 100. Staff were very attentive. There's some beautiful merchandise reasonably priced in the gift shop at the entrance. Beyond you'll find three levels of collection with some really beautiful glasswork, costumes, weaving, cultural items and other displays. It's worth a visit and was totally accessible and air-conditioned.Written 7 December 2022
- There’s grass and trees and swings and seats and a little walking track and it’s fantastic ..
Great break from meetings and seriousness.Written 9 October 2019
Frequently Asked Questions about Makati
- The best day trips from Makati according to Tripadvisor travelers are:
- Private Half-Day Makati (Old Manila) with Intramuros
- Manila Contrasts - One Day Tour
- Following the Footsteps of Anthony Bourdain
- Shared Hidden Valley Tour from Manila
- Shared Villa Escudero Tour from Manila
Makati Attractions Information
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