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Makati, the financial hub of Philippines has a large number of different ethnic groups, mainstream banks, corporations, department stores as well as foreign embassies in the city. The Ayala museum is in the heart of Makati with four levels. Each of these four levels has their own individual displays. But you cannot take photos – it is not allowed inside. You have to be happy with a picture of the building’s exterior. You will simply be mesmerized by the collection of unique treasures with over 1000 gold objects that contain golden sashes, earrings, rings, anklets, and necklaces. The most wonderful thing, however, is that most of these items are crafted by hand. They look simply elegant.

Glorietta Mall is one of Makati’s premier shopping attractions. Merchandise on offer here encompasses a host of categories including apparel, many kinds of accessories, home items, appliances and more with well-known brands prominently available. This appealing mall is reputed for its wide range of goods which assures that the shopper’s exact requirements are likely to be found. This complex also features an attractive air-conditioned main atrium where you will see water based features and an enclosed playground for the little ones. In order to make the most of your visit to the city, base yourself in a Manila hotel in Makati such as the Berjaya Makati Hotel. Rejuvenate your energies after a busy day of sightseeing or shopping- rest awhile at the appealing Ayala Triangle Gardens. This meticulously designed and maintained area of greenery will undoubtedly appeal to those desiring a respite from the hustle and bustle of the urban environment

The Salcedo Community Market is a relaxed and laidback market which operates on Saturdays and visitors will find an array of interesting good on offer. This informal market is also reputed for its cheerful and pleasant atmosphere, with all the vendors and visitors contributing to the laidback ambiance. As you might expect, you will find many delights here, including street food, baked goods, seafood, fresh produce, speciality items and a host of typical Filipino specialties.


Fritzjames Stephen is a travel writer, who writes content based on the myriad of experiences and indulgences that the world has to offer travellers across all walks of life. Google+




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