Ayala Triangle Gardens, Makati City




The Ayala Triangle Gardens in the heart of the Makati's Central Business District.

Bordered by Ayala, Paseo and Makati Avenues is the Philippine counterpart of Central Park in New York City. 

A distinct and surprising hub of lush gardens

Amidst the country’s busiest business district is  a refuge after a week of  fast-paced Makati life.






Surrounded by the most prestigious office towers in the Philippines.

The Ayala Triangle Gardens is a separation spot 

between business's concrete infrastructure,  and verdant natural landscaping.






Behind the Philippine wall street is an ideal spot for people like us 

who want to distance ourselves from the everyday hustle bustle 

to relax, 

to unwind,

and to get in touch with nature for a while. 







to breath the fresh air,

to gossip,

to enjoy a diverse mix of cuisines in a cluster of unique & exceptional restaurants on the other side of the park.

to complete my Ayala Triangle Project.





This place is simply

pretty. 

cozy.

with Wi-fi hotspots that can be used for emplyoyee meetings and or  team buildings






enjoyable for jogging, 

brisk walking 

or people-watching.






There are different events and activities in the park

attracting unique visitors

....and oh, The Symphony of Parols at the Ayala Triangle Gardens

is one big attraction this holiday season that I'm looking forward to witness




5 comments:

Pinay Travel Junkie said...

That first photo kicks ass! I super ove how the water reflected the greenery :)

Batang Lakwatsero said...

nakakalungkot. hndi ko pa 'to napupuntahan.. haha. ang ganda pala.

AJ said...

Guess what Gest...I haven't been to this place yet! I live in QC and work in Manila kasi. :)) It's so nice pala talaga. Ganda ng photos mo.

Anonymous said...

well said rome... been passing this place everyday...

Anonymous said...

Ayala is not a photographer friendly zone.. I went to one of their parks.. washington sycip and the security guards were harassing us because we dont have a permit. just because i have a DSLR.