Ayala Triangle Park

Makati Ave. cor. Paseo de Roxas Ave., Makati, Metro Manila

Ayala Triangle Park
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Jeremiah M.
5.0 Stars
3

Experience the Festival of Lights at Ayala Triangle Park!

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Michelle A.
5.0 Stars
6

I loved it.

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Mildy S.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Laarni d.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Steffhanie S.
4.0 Stars
3

Even if Ayala is extra far away from where I live, which is Marikina, I often find myself in the area because of work and sometimes planned meet-ups with friends.

Ayala, being part of Makati City, is one of the nicest places where you will feel how much development there is in terms of modernism and advancement in a lot of ways.

With its tall buildings, quite enhanced means of transportation and being the country's commercial capital, industrialization is extremely present here.

One of the areas that I actually like to go to whenever I am in Makati (aside from Glorietta and Greenbelt) is the Ayala Triangle Park. Situated at the center of Ayala, the park is actually a nice place to visit for both locals and tourists.

Ayala Triangle Park is an outdoor park that gave Makati an even welcoming and nicer vibes given the greens and browns that surround it and its establishments.

There is a whole stretch of restaurants, shops and establishments in the vicinity of Ayala Triangle Park and I am certain that you'll get to find a place that you may like.

From the famous, comforting food of Banapple Pies And Cheesecakes to the legitimate Singaporean cuisine served by Wee Nam Kee to the yum sausages from Poco Deli to Japanese dishes offered by Omakase, Italian menu items of Amici and so much more to check out, Ayala Triangle Park actually has a lot to offer that you'll certainly love.

The park also has this grounds wherein you can chill and hang out with your friends while doing some people watching, night sky viewing or simply chatting and talking to each other.

Another famous must see here at the park during the Christmas season is the dancing lights show which a lot of people frequent. The park turns into this very colorful outdoor garden making it so alive and full of energy.

Ayala Triangle Park is a nice spot to check out when you're looking for a place to hangout. The place is more beautiful at night too.

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Jonna B.
5.0 Stars
5

This is the official home of the Sunday Parkday Gang -- a group of cat owners who walk their cats on a leash. Many friendships and bondings over cats were made here!

The park has lost of trees with low branches that the cats can climb safely, and the grass and the KitKat benches provide places to rest and engage in CATty conversations. Love this place, and my cat Shawn is always excited to come here on Sundays! 12857110084128062

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Josette P.
4.0 Stars
4

Before the construction of the latter end of the Triangle, this is my place for an evening run. Being at the heart of Makati and almost considered as our local "Central Park", this is place is very close to my heart. Even if during an evening rush where you wanted to curse the difficulty of finding a ride back home, I love that i can just run here and somehow be at peace. And hey, the food offerings around is also a big win. Banapple, Amici, Kanin Club, CBTL, Pinkberry, Simple Lang, Chef Lau's, name it, Triangle has a good amount of offering to it. Plus, December evenings are loved cause of their beautiful lights! 10084

Sharing with you a compliation of various photos at Triangle:

1st: Very recent photo during the Open Mic of Bookstop Ph the other night. It's amazing how they decided to have that placed there at the middle of everything. An open mic that allows you to share your thoughts in english or Filipino.

2nd: The casual photo of an evening at Triangle

3rd: This is what it's like to be at Triangle on December; where the lights shine and entertain passersby.

4th: Top view of Triangle showing you guys that it could have been our Central Park filled with greens except that ... there's a condo being built at the end of it.

So there, sharing with you my love for this place. This always feels like home to me 128522

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Christina R.
4.0 Stars

Humans of Makati by photographer Xyza Cruz Bacani. BBC 100 Women of the World 2015 list and Photo Boite's 30 Under 30 Women Photographers 2016. Her first exhibit in color. Runs until February 12.

This is probably a take on the more infamous Humans of New York. Here we have photographs of those who live or work in Makati. A diverse lot, she included people who lead large corporations to street entrepreneurs. While I did enjoy the exhibit and will recommend it to people, I found the stories lacking in depth the same way HNY shares their stories. This is not to say the people in the photographs are uninteresting. I just wish they dug deeper because I am certain the subjects have more compelling stories to share. I kinda didn't understand what being married or single had to do with each photo and why it had to be put out there. Or maybe, like the H says, they just want a simpler showcase of people that is more relatable to the general audience.

We went to the park this morning specifically to view the work of the renowned photographer. It is situated by the Philippine Stock Exchange. Please see my photo to view of the exhibit.

Ayala Triangle Gardens is one of the few open areas in Makati. This is the biggest park in the city. Kitkat benches are placed all around the park. No one will stop you if you want to play on the grass too. Your pets are allowed, just be responsible enough to pick up the poop.

My rating here is for the park.

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Von Erick H.
4.0 Stars

This year's dancing lights have a bit less, well, lights compared to previous years but that doesn't make it any less nice!

The place, as expected will be filled with people with their phones and DLSRs out and recording but with the place is huge to accomodate people, it's really no matter.

Hungry? Have no fear, there are a handful of restaurants here like Simple lang, and Banapple to fastfood chains like Bonchon or a even if you're feeling a bit cold and wants a coffee, there's Starbucks and coffee bean here too.

Bringing senior citizens, PWDs, and/or pregnants? Well, that's where you need to bring your own set of chairs as seats are limited. Actually, they're not actually seats. Hahahahaha.. BRING CHAIRS FOR THEM.

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I know you'll have your phone/camera out to record this event but please do watch it as it unfolds right before you and not through your screen. IT'S HAPPENING IN FRONT OF YOU, APPRECIATE IT!

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Shayne B.
5.0 Stars

Went here with Josh last Wednesday after work and dinner for him to experience the lights and sound of Ayala Triangle every Christmas season. 128522

We attended the first "show" at 7:00PM. There was a mass (simbang gabi I think) when we went there at 6:00PM.

Compared to my first ever visit there for 2015, the crowd that night was composed of families already. Kids were everywhere! Way back last month, most people seeing the show were the Makati working peeps. It was crowded, yes, and most of them were sitting already at the ground. 128513

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Sheryl Anne B.
4.0 Stars

Watched the light show last Sunday! Amusing as usual, though it was kinda bitin. If I'm not mistaken, they played two sets: one with the Christmas songs and another one with the song Happy Together (which we believe is sponsored by Coke, therefore the red and white lights) 127876

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Golly B.
4.0 Stars

Every year ayala triangle never fails to brings out my christmas spirit. They upgrade their lights and they used more giggling christmas that will make you dance. before this year ends i adviced you to visit it and experience "pasko sa pinas" moment 10084

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Jess R.
4.0 Stars

We loved the lights! As it is I've seen it before so I was surprised that the dancing lights were still able to impress me. It's perfect for kids to watch. The only downside is the restaurants available in the area are limited and can get cramped during the holidays because of the lights show.

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Shayne B.
5.0 Stars

Christmas is coming near, and you can already feel it at Ayala Triangle! 9786

Infairness, the lights and sound show of Ayala Triangle has leveled up! It's not better than the previous years. My colleagues and I dropped here just last week and it was very timely, the lights and sound show was just about to start. 12852510024 It's veeeeeeeery beautiful! City stars!!! 10084128079🏼128079🏼128529128529

There are restaurants also in the area, so no problem if you become hungry afterwards. 128523

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