Here are some Parks found within the area of Makati.
Washington SyCip park is located between Legaspi Street to the north, Gamboa Street to the south, Rada Street to the west, and the Corinthian Plaza parking lot to the east. It is close to Greenbelt shopping mall.Activities and attractions
Birding: Many birds have been spotted in Washington Sycip Park, including pied fantails and yellow vented bulbuls.
Koi Pond: Water bodies with orange koi fish can be found in the park, possibly a tribute to Washington's Chinese origins.
Gazebos: The park contains two gazebos with seating space.
Music: The park contains a music system with hidden wires and soothing music playing on them. People also play the flute mornings and evenings.
The park is open daily, from 6 am to 10 pm.
Greenbelt Park, located in and around the Greenbelt Mall, used to be a belt of “green” right smack in the middle of this two city block long area. In the 1970s the south area already had a lagoon surrounded by gardens, a chapel and an aviary. Around this area was a supermarket, Max Fried Chicken, Shakey's Pizza and the old Ayala Museum
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.
Star City is a family-oriented 35,000 square metre amusement park next to the Cultural Center of the Philippines in Pasay City, Philippines. It is considered part of the Cultural Centre Complex.
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Beyond the skyscrapers and the concrete structures that have been built all over the Makati CBD, and in the Legazpi Village area in particular, it is good to know that the provisions for needed green open spaces that help serve as natural lungs for a congested central business district have not been neglected.
This is the very first concrete paradise for skateboarders in Manila, the Mountain Dew Skate. Hundreds of skateboarders from the metro and neighboring provinces joined for the opening of the skate park. Headed by Mark Bandigan of weLegendary, the Mountain Dew Skate Park will cater to all skateboarders in the metro and will be a solid training ground for skateboarders to improve their skills and strengthen its camaraderie among skateboarders.
A small, featureless park between the Shangri-La hotel and the Glorietta shopping complex. Refurbished in 2007, it now features a small coffee shop and patio. Most pleasant in the evening, though heavy traffic can be annoying. Similar to Glorietta 4 Park, a parking lot can be found at the bottom of the park. The parking lot is accessible to Glorietta 3 and Shangri-La Hotel
A perfect place to rest your tired mind and body and enjoy what life has to offer.
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