Makati Central Square
From range shooting to theatrical heights. Bowling to archery to fencing. Military geek or bundle shopaholics. This is one of the hidden gems in makati that you definitely need to check out.
Gone were the glory days of massive theatres and high end stores. It is now a flea market and hobby mall which has the only bowling lane and archery range. Still worth visiting though
Makati Cinema Square is an institution. It opened in the 1980s and it still has much to offer. You can fire a gun, learn archery, go bowling, have Chicken Inasal at Aida's and shop for vintage items.
This Mall is an easy 5 minutes walk from the building and has numerous stores, bookstores, restaurants and fast food outlets.
“The lobby is a nice place t o unwind at night and during day time, you may want to try Halo Halo ( local refreshments) one of the best.”
“"Perfect for: Those who need peace and space This may be one of the last green spaces standing in the city. Birds hopping on benches and chirping, leaves rustling as you walk are only a few of the wonderful things you’ll encounter at this park. Right in the middle of busy offices, the Washington Sycip Park was a park presented to Mr. Washington Sycip in 2006 to recognize the Filipino-Chinese businessman’s contributions to the Philippine business community. Shielded by tall eucalyptus and mahogany trees, the park is a little pocket of green and peace on this side of Makati’s CBD. People come here with their books, running shoes, picnic mats, toddlers, lovers, and even in their own company. Find a spot right by the pond, pause and be consoled by the tranquility of your own space and time." -Spot(.)ph”
“A park/urban garden in the midst of bustling commercial buildings in Ayala Avenue. It's a place where people could go for a stroll, jog, or dine in the row of restaurants within the park. It's also a place where people could watch and appreciate art and garden exhibits, and some creative and colorful lights at night. ”
Makati City, Metro Manila
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