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This park in Makati City is lit up during Christmas Season every year!

ABOUT AYALA TRIANGLE


The Ayala Triangle Gardens is a 2-hectare landscaped urban park in Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines. It is a triangular public garden and courtyard in the center of the Makati Central Business District. It was named after its owner and developer Ayala Land, and opened to the public in November 2009.

Gallery of Lights 2019

This year's theme is "Gallery of Lights" where it showcase different colors of light dancing in different shapes that looks like a gallery. The light show will start at 6pm until 10pm every night starting November 12, 2019.

2018 UPDATE

On November 15, Makati will once again welcome the most wonderful season of the year with Ayala Triangle Gardens’ Festival of Lights, the signature lights and sound show that has beguiled thousands of Filipinos each yuletide season.


The Festival of Lights is just one of the numerous lights shows in Metro Manila and the whole country this year.

For this year’s Festival of Lights, a number of weather proof led lights were used to light up the entity of Ayala Gardens in Makati City. The light show is choreographed by award-winning director, Voltaire de Jesus and will follow three musical distinct themes- Classic Filipino Christmas songs by Roy del Valle, Traditional Christmas songs by Von de Guzman and, Christmas songs with techno mix by Tris Sunguitan.


RELATED: Pasig Light Up - Christmas at the Park


The Festival of Lights at the Ayala Triangle Gardens in Makati City will run daily starting November 9, 2017 to January 7, 2018 with a 30- minute interval every hour from 6:00 PM to 10:00PM and will allow its patrons to fully enjoy the Holiday season.

Have a glimpse of the Festival of Lights here:

SEE ALSO: 12 DAYS-tinations For Christmas in Metro Manila and GMA




HOW TO GET TO AYALA TRIANGLE GARDENS

If you are going to Ayala Triangle Gardens with your private vehicle, you can just easily get directions from your Waze or Google Maps app.

Via Public Transportation

FROM EDSA
Take bus anywhere along EDSA with "Ayala-LRT Leveriza" sign. In Monumento, you can take ride bus at the corner of 5th Avenue also known as C-3. You can also ride a bus bound to Ayala from Fairview and Novaliches. You can get off exactly at Philippine Stock Exchange and walk your way up to the Ayala Triangle Garden.

FROM BACLARAN

From Baclaran, ride bus with "Ayala LRT Leveriza" sign. During weekdays, get off at proper unloading area which is right before Paseo de Roxas. Otherwise, you will walk way too far because the next unloading station for north bound lane of Ayala is on Rustan or Glorietta. Once you got off the bus in the unloading area before Paseo de Roxas Street, walk your way to the underpass and head onto the opposite side of Ayala where the Ayala Tower One is erected. At the back of the building is Ayala Triangle Garden. During Saturdays and Sundays, you can get off at the opposite side of Ayala Tower One Bldg and cross the road to get to the Ayala Triangle Garden.

This route can also be taken by those coming from LRT-1 Taft Avenue, Harrison and Leveriza.


See the exact location on Google Maps:

Here's how it looks in 2017:

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SEE ALSO

6 Reasons Why It's More Fun Celebrating Christmas In Pasig

IMPORTANT NOTE: The rates, contact details and other information indicated in this post are accurate from the time of writing but may change without IMFWJ's notice. Should you know the updated information, please message us on Facebook.

The Gallery of Lights in Makati (2019 UPDATE)

This park in Makati City is lit up during Christmas Season every year!

ABOUT AYALA TRIANGLE


The Ayala Triangle Gardens is a 2-hectare landscaped urban park in Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines. It is a triangular public garden and courtyard in the center of the Makati Central Business District. It was named after its owner and developer Ayala Land, and opened to the public in November 2009.

Gallery of Lights 2019

This year's theme is "Gallery of Lights" where it showcase different colors of light dancing in different shapes that looks like a gallery. The light show will start at 6pm until 10pm every night starting November 12, 2019.

2018 UPDATE

On November 15, Makati will once again welcome the most wonderful season of the year with Ayala Triangle Gardens’ Festival of Lights, the signature lights and sound show that has beguiled thousands of Filipinos each yuletide season.


The Festival of Lights is just one of the numerous lights shows in Metro Manila and the whole country this year.

For this year’s Festival of Lights, a number of weather proof led lights were used to light up the entity of Ayala Gardens in Makati City. The light show is choreographed by award-winning director, Voltaire de Jesus and will follow three musical distinct themes- Classic Filipino Christmas songs by Roy del Valle, Traditional Christmas songs by Von de Guzman and, Christmas songs with techno mix by Tris Sunguitan.


RELATED: Pasig Light Up - Christmas at the Park


The Festival of Lights at the Ayala Triangle Gardens in Makati City will run daily starting November 9, 2017 to January 7, 2018 with a 30- minute interval every hour from 6:00 PM to 10:00PM and will allow its patrons to fully enjoy the Holiday season.

Have a glimpse of the Festival of Lights here:

SEE ALSO: 12 DAYS-tinations For Christmas in Metro Manila and GMA




HOW TO GET TO AYALA TRIANGLE GARDENS

If you are going to Ayala Triangle Gardens with your private vehicle, you can just easily get directions from your Waze or Google Maps app.

Via Public Transportation

FROM EDSA
Take bus anywhere along EDSA with "Ayala-LRT Leveriza" sign. In Monumento, you can take ride bus at the corner of 5th Avenue also known as C-3. You can also ride a bus bound to Ayala from Fairview and Novaliches. You can get off exactly at Philippine Stock Exchange and walk your way up to the Ayala Triangle Garden.

FROM BACLARAN

From Baclaran, ride bus with "Ayala LRT Leveriza" sign. During weekdays, get off at proper unloading area which is right before Paseo de Roxas. Otherwise, you will walk way too far because the next unloading station for north bound lane of Ayala is on Rustan or Glorietta. Once you got off the bus in the unloading area before Paseo de Roxas Street, walk your way to the underpass and head onto the opposite side of Ayala where the Ayala Tower One is erected. At the back of the building is Ayala Triangle Garden. During Saturdays and Sundays, you can get off at the opposite side of Ayala Tower One Bldg and cross the road to get to the Ayala Triangle Garden.

This route can also be taken by those coming from LRT-1 Taft Avenue, Harrison and Leveriza.


See the exact location on Google Maps:

Here's how it looks in 2017:

BOOK A HOTEL NEARBY



SEE ALSO

6 Reasons Why It's More Fun Celebrating Christmas In Pasig

IMPORTANT NOTE: The rates, contact details and other information indicated in this post are accurate from the time of writing but may change without IMFWJ's notice. Should you know the updated information, please message us on Facebook.

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