Visiting Makati Philippines
Shopping opportunities are extremely high here! You can also head here to the Power Plant Mall to enjoy a movie or to shop. If malls make you bored, you can make a move to the liveliest place in the city, namely the Salcedo Saturday Market. Busy food market with lots of native fruits, drinks, and cooked food.
You will be spoilt for choices as there are native stuff, french dishes, BBQ’s and lots more than you expect. Apart from food, you can also buy arts and crafts for a less money. This area holds all cheap hotels in the Philippines, so this is undoubtedly a backpacker’s zone with breakfast starting from a few pesos and accommodation mostly cheap.
The Ayala Triangle Garden – a green paradise in the midst of the busy concrete city. Huge trees decorated with a series of lamps gives a perfect party mood in the evenings. The park is calm where many native children play, elders walk with their pets, and others enjoy the fresh air. This is undoubtedly the most peaceful spots in Makati, suitable for couples as well as families with kids.