The longest and most festive of celebrations in the #Philippines has begun as the Ayala Triangle Gardens premiered their annual "Festival of Lights" show!
Running from 09 November to 03 January, every 30 minutes from 6pm to 10pm, the most awaited festivity in #Makati features 3 different light shows set to different kinds of music such as big band and jazz, African drumbeats, and electronic dance music.
Head on to #AyalaTriangleGardens with your family and friends and see for yourself why #Christmas is more FUN in the Philippines!
Photo courtesy of @benitoastorga #visitph2015#visitphilippines2015#itsmorefuninthephilippines
@ Manila 🇵🇭 A stroll through Ayala Triangle Gardens.
Ayala Gardens was a cute little park nestled in the busy city. The best part was obviously all the wild cats roaming around. 5/7 🐈 overall.. the park itself is clean and simple, with not many people around but lots of 🐱’s!!
Pues en mis tiempos libres me encanta caminar por horas, abrir el Google Maps y más o menos ver a dónde dirigirme, porque aunque le ponga las indicaciones, siempre termino desviandome por dónde se me hace que va a estar más bonito. Así me encontré con estos jardínes en medio de un centro comercial que que también tiene una capilla en medio. En los estanques, tienen esos peces naranjas regordetes que recuerdan mucho a #Asia . Tienen árboles frutales, cómo limón, carambola y mango. Hay árboles muy altos y algunos tienen un tronco multicolor que nunca había visto. 💚🌲🎋🎏 📍Estos lugares son #greenbeltpark y #ayalatrianglegardens en Manila, Filipinas. 🗾🇵🇭
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After the lunch with my Dad, Stepmom, and one of my stepbrothers, I dropped by the #ayalatrianglegardens and came across this important reminder - while there are very sweet kitties there are also others who would be #sharktapusses . 😅
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 buildings on those streets. Many multinational companies, banks and other major businesses make their home on the triangle, noted by the many skyscrapers bounding the Triangle. Ayala Avenue and Paseo de Roxas also house the distinction of being the runways of the former Nielson Field, Metro Manila's main airport in the 1930s.