Famous Tourist Spots in Makati
Glorietta is one of the malls that are owned by the Ayala Corporation. It contains many boutiques and restaurants as well as a gym, arcade, and cinemas.
Greenbelt (GB) is further divided into 5 sections. Greenbelt 1 is the oldest section of the Greenbelt mall. GB2 houses several restaurants ideal for food tripping as well as a fountain and a small garden ideal for hanging out in. GB3 Cinemas is a favorite place for movie watchers. GB4 is home to luxurious brands like Louis Vuitton, Prada, Rolex, etc. Greenbelt 5 is the newest addition to the posh mall, being a spacious site of many boutiques and newly-established restaurants. At the heart of this mall is a church where shoppers can pause to attend the mass or say a prayer.
A park amidst tall buildings, the Ayala Triangle is a fresh break from the busy workplace. Every December, passersby can enjoy a spectacular light show featuring Christmas lights that hang from the plants.
Located at the corner of Makati Avenue and Dela Rosa Street, this museum features artifacts from Philippine history.
Sanctuario de San Antonio
This church was reconstructed by Franciscan missionaries when World War II ended. It is located along Mckinley Road in the Forbes Park village and is a choice venue for religious events of the wealthy.
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