Named by some circles and economic observers as the “Emerging Tiger of Asia,” the Philippines holds so much promise, and here are a few of the planned developments, rising by the year 2015.

A Refuge In The Heart Of The City

Greenbelt Park in the midst of the multi-structure mall complex of Ayala-owned Greenbelt, is a veritable poet’s refuge. With landscaped greens tastefully ensconced amongst meticulously-chosen architecture, there is much to be inspired about with this little man-made paradise.

Photo Credits: SkyScraperCity/Anak Ng Pasig

Museo Ng Makati

One of Makati’s oldest buildings, a cultural and archaeological treasure, no doubt, this is the Museo Ng Makati. Originally Makati’s Town Hall, the first-ever seat of the Makati Government, this is home to Makati’s historical treasures today.

Photo Credits: MyHomeDesign.phDavid Montasco on Panoramio.com

Makati Via Pasig River

The Pasig River runs through several cities in the Metro, and cuts across the bustling corporate districts of Makati and Mandaluyong. Here, we can see, in spite of the distinct third-world flavor of the Pasig River, the view into Makati from its vantage point is still very beautiful.

Photo Credits: AffordablePinoyHomes on Sulit.com.ph

Makati At Night

 

Makati’s lights are most charming at night. Take a stroll through Makati’s Central Business District and be entranced with Makati’s vibrant night corporate scenes.

Photo Credits: Frannie Murillo

Makati Through A Lomo Lens

Makati, through whatever lens, is just beautiful.

Photo Credits: Makati Through A Lomo Lens by Bem Uychinco via DeviantArt.com

Heavily invested in Makati, the Ayala Group is on a quest to create a more beautiful, more enticing Makati. With the Symphony of Lights in the Ayala Triangle Gardens adding to the Christmas festivities, there’s nothing more beautiful or creative to punctuate the Christmas season.

Started in 2010, it seems the tradition is now an annual Christmas season staple.

According to The Symphony of Lights and Sounds at the Ayala Triangle Gardens by 360Philippines.com, the tradition started in 2009.

This year’s treat, brought to us by the Ayala Corporation.

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Ayala Triangle’s Official Website: http://ayalatriangle.com/

Ever wonder where to stay in Makati? You won’t run out of options, with the many condominium developments on the rise.

Makati won’t run out of premium real estate options anytime soon. If you want to have a place to stay right in the heart of the metro’s most progressive locales, Makati has a plethora of options for you.

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