Posts Tagged ‘Makati

28
Jul
17

Events at the Power Mac Center Spotlight (August to October, 2017)

Diverging off of running events, I’m sharing some events that you may find interesting happening at the Power Mac Center Spotlight this August to October.

Power Mac Center Spotlight in Circuit Makati
Courtesy @PMCSpotlightOfficial

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16
Nov
16

Ayala Triangle Gardens’ Festival of Lights is Back!

The Yuletide Season is officially on at the Makati Central Business District with the start of the Festival of Lights at the Ayala Triangle Gardens!  Like previous seasons, this year’s presentations involved about a million lights dancing to Christmas tunes with smoke and lasers to enhance the experience.  Here’s a glimpse of what to expect.

A scene from the launch of Ayala Triangle Gardens’ Festival of Lights

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27
Jun
16

Hotel Review: Red Planet Makati

Red Planet Hotels is a value hotel chain located throughout Asia with 10 hotels (and counting) in the Philippines.  I checked in into their Makati hotel recently and here are my thoughts.

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This pretty much summarizes what you may expect from their room

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09
Feb
16

Circuit Makati Quickie

Circuit Makati is probably the biggest development in the city of Makati and being pretty close to my office, I decided to drop by after work to see what’s in store.  Here’s my quick tour on foot.

Circuit Lane at the middle of Circuit Makati

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01
Oct
14

Walk Break: The Dela Rosa Murals

Going to work especially during rush hours can be quite stressful.  Fortunately for those who work within Ayala Center, walking to work is a bit more convenient because of the elevated walkway running mostly along Dela Rosa Street.  The Dela Rosa segment alone is around 700 meters long and portions of which are home to some interesting murals aptly called the Dela Rosa Murals.

#delarosamurals 😀

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15
Sep
14

Food Trip: Wabi-Sabi

Wabi-Sabi is quiet little vegetarian restaurant tucked inside a relatively hidden area called The Collective.  I’ve known about Wabi-Sabi for quite some time now and recently I’ve become a frequent customer.  Here are three reasons why:

Your Wabi-Sabi experience starts here

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15
Aug
14

Food Trip: Little Tokyo

Tokyo is one of the places I have always dreamt of going to.  While that dream is still being realized, there is a little spot in the city of Makati that I can go to that sort of gives that feeling of Tokyo—well, I think it does, and it is appropriately called Little Tokyo.

Inside Little Tokyo

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