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



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

Auring's: A Taste of Authentic Pancit Malabon

Php 70 per serving ($1.61)

Pancit Malabon, a stir-fried noodle dish with the freshest seafood ingredients originated of course in Malabon City, Metro Manila, Philippines. Its toppings draw heavily from the fresh seafood that is available in the area and may include smoked fish flakes (tinapa flakes), fresh shrimp, squid, oysters, and hard-boiled duck or hen eggs, as well as pork. It has a yellow-orange color due to a sauce that includes patis (fish sauce) and alegue (crab fat).

Auring's Pancit Malabon seems like a complete seafood sampler. It is because of the restaurant's proximity to the major fish markets. The quaint restaurant is just a few steps away from the huge fish ports of Navotas City. "21 taon na kami (we're 21 years already) ", owner said when I asked how long they were serving Pancit Malabon. "Authentic Pancit Malabon consists of fresh cashew fruit", she added.

Php 10/each (0.23)

Pancit Malbon has a pleasing combination with puto (steamed rice cakes) or  pitsi-pitsi (steamed cassava cake) . I love their, soft and savory puto. I guess it's Puto Mamon. I think, the best tea that would compliment this dish is the Christmas tea. Speaking of tea, I'm planning to purchase Christmas tea gift set this coming holiday season, hmmm, I'm so excited!

Unlike dull and tasteless commercial Pancit Malabon, this is the real deal, the authentic and ancient Pancit Malabon of Auring's.

Auring's Special Pancit Malabon
Tel 282 1681 -7104029