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This annual spectacle has been a Christmas tradition for many Filipino families since its inauguration in 2009.
The Ayala Triangle Gardens is the heart of the bustling Makati business district, a lush sanctuary for rest and recreation. The 4.9-acre refuge forms a triangle that connects three main roads, Ayala Avenue, Makati Avenue, and Paseo de Roxas. Despite the city’s ...
 
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Berde invites you to try a different kind of Filipino food.
Looking for a quick, tasty, and healthy meal in the middle of Makati’s CBD for lunch can be quite a letdown. Usually, a restaurant can only cater to two-thirds of the criteria—quick and tasty but not healthy, or totally healthy and quick ...
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