Makati Things to Do

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  • 1. Ayala Museum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Saturday January 7, 2012 It was suggested by many of our Filipino friends that we must visit THE AYALA MUSEUM and it was just a five minute walk from our condotel. So, on the day of Jane's visit with...

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  • 2. Ayala Triangle

    Ayala Triangle The Ayala Triangle is a sub-district of the Makati central business district, comprising of the parcel of land between Ayala Avenue, Makati Avenue and Paseo de Roxas, as well as the...

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  • 3. Greenbelt 3

    it has several state of the art movie theaters that feature digital surround sound plus a cost of a movie here is just 170 pesos, way cheaper than in other countries. (movies in the US Costs $ 8 for...

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  • 4. Shopping

    lots of activities at the Powerplant Mall as the basement level host seasonal activities and tiangge's (flea markets). Luxe car shows by famed brands like BMW, Volvo, Audi, Mercedes Benz, Jaguar, etc....

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  • 5. Red Box Karaoke

    Red Box has nice rooms with a variety of capacities and a really extensive song list. In fact, at one time, my husband and I went there with some friends. My husband was singing a song that no one has...

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  • 6. Greenbelt Chapel

    The Greenbelt Chapel is a Roman Catholic Chapel Built in 1983 along the greenbelt park and has survived various redesigns and renovations of the Greenbelt...

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  • 7. Walk Around Makati 2

    walking around the Makati Area this time woth more pictures around the areaMakati City if the Financial and the Upscale Shopping Capital of the Philippines and...

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  • 8. WHERE THE BEST EXECUTIVES STUDIED!!!!

    AIM, The Asian Institute of Management opened its doors in 1969 and is the country's number one university and graduate school of business and public affairs....

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  • 9. WELL PLANNED SHOPPING MALLS

    In Makati there are 4 malls, all connected to each other, even a walkway that crosses over the busy road. Take a look at how the place was planned as there are...

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  • 10. AYALA FOUNDATION HELPS THE MANGYANS

    The Ayala Foundation is famous for helping the Indigenous people called the Mangyans who live in Mindoro, and in Greenbelt you can see examples of the...

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  • 11. A MODERN LOOKING CHURCH IN THE CONCRETE JUNGLE

    I was surprised to see this strange shaped church on the corner of Rada St and Legaspi Street in Legaspi Village, Makati, but it had been there since 2001. The...

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  • 12. WASHINGTON SYCIP

    Washingtons Sycip was presented with a park by the Ayala Corporation for his 85th birthday in recognition for his outstanding contribution to the Philippine...

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  • 13. GET TO KNOW THE TREES

    Washington Sycip Park, just by the entrance to Greenbelt 5 is a marvelous place to study the trees as they are all marked with their name and also informs us if...

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  • 14. SKYSCRAPER CITY!!!!

    Makati is Skyscraper City with at least 33 skyscrapers, a far cry from the slums and squatter are that can be seen a few kilometers away. The PB Tower building...

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  • 15. ARE YOU READY FOR SOME EXERCISE????

    If so, visit Legaspi Active Park, not far from Greenbelt in Makati. You can jog along the paths and between the trees and you will not really notice that you...

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  • 16. THE WISH STONE --- MAKE YOUR DREAM COME TRUE

    Nearby the entrance to Greenbelt shopping mall there is a small park called Washington Sycip Park and inside there is a wish stone, which is in the form of a...

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  • 17. VISIT INTRAMUROS

    Thursday, January 12, 2012The oldest district and historic core of Manila, INTRAMUROS is also known as the "Walled City". Guarding the Old City is Fort...

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  • 18. CONQUER CORRIGIDOR TOUR

    Sunday, January 9, 2012VT Friend I_S_A offered to take us on a tour to the Island of Corregidor. We were thrilled with the idea, so we made plans to visit this...

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  • 19. Sts Peter and Paul Church

    In the old section of Makati called Poblacion, there is a 17th century church called St Peter and Paul Church. Many tourists cannot believe that Makati, which...

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  • 20. Wall Street of the Philippines

    Walk down Ayala Avenue and experience the financial buzz of the Manila's Central Business District. You'll see guys in barong (which is the formal wear in...

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  • 21. Oldest building in the CBD

    The NAIA airport is not Manila's first/oldest commercial airport. That distinction belongs to the Nielson Tower, a 2-storey edifice made obscure by the...

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  • 22. Manila American Cemetery and Memorial

    Another memorial for World War II soldiers is the Manila American Cemetery, located just a few minutes away from Makati. With the manicured lawns, tall trees,...

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  • 23. Baby Shower @ McDo Glorietta

    Do you know you can have a Baby Shower at any of the food outlets in Glorietta? I had the opportunity to attend a Baby Shower in a McDo outlet. It was my first...

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  • 24. Great Father's Day Steak Out Powerplant Mall

    every red blooded meat loving male should come to this once yearly deal at the powerplant mall in makati city to savor assorted cuts of steak at discounted...

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  • 25. Electronic Research on Philippines Heritage

    The Filipinas Heritage Library is a one-stop electronic research center on the Philippines. It is a division of the Ayala Foundation, Inc. (AFI).Starting with...

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