5 Parks to explore in Makati
Makati is the financial center of the Philippines. It has the highest concentration of multinational and local corporations in the country.
The 126,500-square-meter Ayala Triangle Gardens – North development will generate a new center of cultural gravity in Manila’s established Makati district. The project consists of a 40-story office tower and a 23-story luxury hotel tower set atop a three-story, mixed-use podium. The ground plane at Ayala Triangle Gardens creates a welcoming extension of the public realm. The podium contains four levels of retail, office, hotel, dining, and amenity spaces that maximize both indoor and outdoor en
Built on the grounds of an old racetrack which has Restaurants, shops, and events spaces. The roads of Circuit are less busy, allowing runners to trail the streets if they want to. The Globe Circuit Event Grounds, when not in use for music festivals, is another vast playground for exercisers. The sprawling lawns invite people for free play, runs, and leisurely strolls overlooking the Pasig River.
Commonly referred to as Salcedo Park, is a pocket park in Makati, Metro Manila. The park is the site of a popular weekend market called the Salcedo Community Market. It was one of the popular places in Metro Manila. The park features a children's playground, a trellised walkway on one side of the park, a grassy lawn, and stone benches. It also hosts a community center, a Bel-Air tanod office and a satellite clinic with public restrooms.
The largest urban linear park which was located in the bank of Pasig river. It features an amphitheater, children's playground, stone benches, gazeboes, multipurpose sheds, and solar lamp posts. The adjacent Poblacion Covered Court is a basketball court that also serves as a venue for local gatherings. It was one of the famous places in this area and a lot of people visits this place every day.
Washington SyCip Park is a privately owned public park near Greenbelt mall in Legaspi Village, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines. The park opened in 2006 and was named after Filipino accountant and banker Washington SyCip. In addition to many indigenous tropical trees and plants, the park contains gazebos, benches with quotes by Sycip, sculptures, and a koi pond.