You can find and shop any from the chiefest to lost luxurious items, many celebrities shop here often.
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The Ayala Traiangle area on Makati Avenue is great any day of the week for light exercise. It offers grassed areas, open space and on one side is lined with cafes for food, good coffee or a tea. The perimeter also is good for running,...More
Nice park but better before when it was 3 time current size but the owners decided to put up yet another high rise Big shame
Ayala Center is one of the best and well-planned commercial center in the Philippines. Ayala Avenue dissects the center and lined on both sides with tall buildings housing banks, embassies, fastfood restaurants at the lobbies, private companies, hotels, among others. This is where Greenbelt Mall,...More
I have been visiting the mall over the years. It was one of the first malls in the country. There were very few structures then. One big department store, a smaller high end department store, a supermarket, some restaurants and mostly boutique stores. Over the...More
There must be a syndicate of beggars operating now in glorieta and giving mall security the run around. Today being Mother's Day the mall was full. There was this limping old man who started to accost mall goers to give him money. I looked for...More