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    Makati: Light and Sound Show Ayala Triangle Garden

    Just a walk-by picture of the colorful sound and light show at the Ayala Triangle Garden held every night where you can see the trees at the popular Ayala Triangle park lit up with thousands of LED lights, laser lights that blink and smoke machines dancing to the tune of music (thank goodness, no Gangnam style yet)

    a quick picture using iPhone, wasn't able to wait for more colorful sequence, perhaps a visit one of these days as this areas is just across Tutubi's office :P

    Makati Festival of Lights:
    Lights and Sounds show at the Ayala Triangle Garden
    (free show, no entrance fee required)

    Schedule every 30 minutes starting at 6pm til around 10pm (not sure of this)
    Show will end on December 31, 2012

    How to get to Ayala Triangle Gardens, Makati City:

    From MRT Ayala station, take a jeepney with signboard Washington, alight after passing by Ayala Triangle (the proper unloading zone) right after passing Ninoy Aquino Monument at the corner of Ayala Avenue and Paseo de Roxas

    From MRT Buendia station, board buses with signboard Ayala/LRT/Leveriza, the conductor will shout Paseo/PBCOM, get off the bus then take the Ayala Avenue underpass to Ayala Triangle

    From LRT Gil Puyat Station, board a bus with signboard Ayala/Rustans then alight when the conductor shouts Paseo/PBCOM, get off the bus then take the underpass to Ayala Triangle

    driving directions to Ayala Triangle garden:

    it's just the triangular lot/park bounded by Ayala Avenue, Makati Avenue and Paseo de Roxas marked by three monuments at the corners: Sultan Kudarat, Gabriela Silang and Ninoy Aquino. Priave car owners may park at Gabriela Silang carpark (no idea on parking fee.rates) with entrance on Makati Avenue in front of the Peninsula Hotel.

    Christmas pasyalan in Manila similar to Policarpio Street in Mandaluyong

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    posted by GingGoy @ 10:39 PM,


    At Jan 17, 2013, 3:57:00 PM, Anonymous Desert Safari,Dubai said...

    Very nice information. Thank you for sharing....


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