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Be Central...in Makati, Manila

March 31, 2016

Whether your visit to the city of Makati is for business or leisure, your stay at  St Giles Makati puts you at the heart of Metro Manila, close to business, entertainment, and cultural attractions. Once you’ve taken the moment to soak up the panoramic views of Manila from your room, head out to explore this vibrant city and its immediate surroundings. Here are five things to do that are within a short walk or drive from St Giles Makati.

Ayala Museum...Amid the sprawling shopping centers and skyscrapers is a place where history is relived. Ayala Museum, located in Makati Business district, invites you to explore the rich cultural heritage, ancestry and craftsmanship of the Philippines.

 

Ayala Triangle Gardens...Approximately two minutes walk from Ayala Museum is the Ayala Triangle Gardens, an oasis of calm and nature amidst the hustle and bustle of the city. 

 

No visit to Manila is complete without a visit to one or a few of the malls in this shopper's paradise. Luckily for you, St Giles Makati is a short walk from the Power Plant Mall not to be missed with over a hundred stores catering for the discerning shoppers.

 

Century City Mall, just about 3 minutes walk from St Giles Makati pleases the eyes with shopping and teases the mind with Mystery Manila game. Choose from a variety of mysteries and decode the clues to get out of the mystery room in less than 60 minutes. For a digital playground experience powered by creativity and innovative technology, step into Future Park, Philippines' first digital interactive play space. 

 

Weekend Market...Looking for alternative shopping finds with a local flavour? Then the popular weekend markets of Salcedo and Legazpi are a must-visit. Shoppers enjoy the wide selection of unique artisan and organic goods including local cuisine, fresh produce, clothing, and handcrafted products. Many items sold at the weekend markets can only be found in the Philippines and some are made for a cause to benefit the indigenous communities. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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