Finding a precise bonding place when you have free time for your kids can be fun and must be celebrated in a place where you can feel blissful and happy. "Koi Fish Village-the pet mall" is located in Magallanes, Makati City. It sells koi fish and each fish ranges from Php200 up to Php250,000. The expensive ones can live for almost ten years from the day it was born. The shop also offers services and assistance for those who would love to have their own collection of Koi. From the simplest koi care to the most complicated import / export of koi. What is really fun about this village, visitors are allowed to loiter around and feed the koi fish for only Php20.00. Fish are grouped according to their sizes and prices, there are 3 big ponds in the village, and each pond is divided by fishnets to segregate one class from another. The entire place is clean and very safe, a small garden at the back of the mart which is equally relaxing as the fish themselves. Koi fish village has its own parking space but if you happen to visit them during peak season, there's still a pay-parking space along the vicinity to park your cars. This is open daily from 10:00 AM until 9:00 PM.
There are historical collections that can be seen here in Ayala Museum Makati, mainly 60 handcrafted dioramas that chronicle the rich tapestry of Philippine history. It also features a one-of-a-kind boat gallery showcasing miniatures of some of the watercrafts that contributed to the development of Philippine maritime trade and colonial economy. An art and history museum located at the corner of Makati Avenue and De la Rosa Street in Makati City, Metro Manila. It is considered as one of the most important private institutions of Philippine art and culture. If there's one quote that best describes the Ayala Museum that would be "Re-collecting the past, re-presenting the future". The beauty and amazement of this place never fades for it has an immensely significant interior that was especially made for this part of the Philippine's history. If you happen to plan to visit this museum, do not forget to bring your own camera, pictures will always remind you of the feeling you had when you once visited Ayala Museum, wherever you go.
Makati has been one of the top destinations you can find yourself enjoying the atmosphere here in the Philippines. This is where all the fancy and extravagant things can be found. Looking for a place that offers relaxation, peace of mind and wishing to find a place where you can unwind yourselves with a greenery environment? Ayala Triangle Gardens is an ideal spot for those who want to detach for the meantime from all the hustle and bustle of everything.
From the start, this is certified the country's first landing strip and now this is becoming the center of the Philippine business community. What travelers are subject to expect on what to see in this beautiful garden is the greenery full of trees and esplanade that features different dining experience in tranquil environment at the Restaurants at Ayala Triangle Gardens. An ideal venue for lunch breaks, coffee meetings and other celebrations.
The lineup of the restaurants at Ayala Triangle Gardens is a combination of different cuisines such as Japanese, Italian, Filipino, Vietnamese and Singaporean among others. Ayala Triangle Gardens is located at the center of Makati CBD, bordered by Ayala Avenue, Paseo de Roxas and Makati Avenue.