Located in the Central Business District of Makati, this garden offers an escape from the city views and lets you take a break from life.
The place was a landing strip in the beginning and evolved to be what it is now, a beautiful garden that provides a break from the otherwise bustling business district. The gardens have been open to the public since 2009 and are named after its owner, the Ayala Land. The design of the garden is similar to that of Hyde Park in London.
Located in the Salcedo Village near Bel Air Village, the Ayala Triangle Gardens are in the hub of the city and are close to most hotels in Makati Manila, and at most, being just a short drive away from places like Berjaya Makati Hotel.
The Ayala Triangle Gardens is home to a varied collection of fauna, including palms, fire trees, podo cerpus, lamuning and rain trees. A walk around the garden will let you view displays of several art pieces that were created by great Filipino artists like Ral Arrogante and Ovvian Castrillo-Hill. You can also find a few restaurants inside the garden.
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