When I was still working in Makati, I used to pass by the RCBC Plaza often. The exterior of the Yuchengco Museum is one of the most interesting things that you will see among the high-rise buildings of Ayala. I have always wanted to go inside and check out the art, but it was only until this month that I was able to push through with the plan.
Here is a photo dump of all the Makati photos I have acquired during the past year. This is just a continuation of my previous post wherein I I figured the last one got waaay too long so I had to cut the post in half and transfer some of the photos in here. Continue reading “Off To Work: A Series of Photos featuring the Streets and Skyscrapers of Makati”
In November 2016, I was employed in a company that is located in no other than the Philippines’ very own ‘concrete jungle where dreams are made of’. Although I have been to Makati a couple of times prior to my employment, being able to walk along its streets as the towering buildings lean over me made me appreciate the surroundings better. I admit that the experience awed me. Continue reading “Streets and Skyscrapers of Makati: A Photo Dump”
Every year, Art Fair PH never fails to showcase exquisite artworks in various forms and sizes. There is always something to look forward to the exhibits and you will be amazed at how the art can inspire, intrigue, or provoke you.
Ayala Triangle is situated at the center of Makati’s business district. It is surrounded by the well-known streets and intersections of Ayala Avenue, Makati Avenue, and Paseo de Roxas (which forms a triangle, hence the name). The Ayala Triangle Gardens features a lush scenery of plants and trees, as well as a strip of top-rated restaurants.
When Ball Pit Manila opened to the public last March 2016, the hype was real. It is the first ever (and I think the only) adult ball pit in the country. My Instagram feed was full of faces submerged in a pool of white balls. I was dying to experience the ball pit for myself. I don’t know why it took me quite a while but after eight months, I finally got to see and experience Ball Pit Manila! Continue reading “My Ball Pit Manila Experience”
Ayala Museum is a museum located in Ayala Center, Makati City. It is the home of some of the best ethnographic and archaeological collections and exhibits in the country. Being in the center of one of the busiest business districts in Metro Manila, Ayala Museum serves as a contrasting safe space that is full of culture, art, and history. The museum houses remarkable contemporary art pieces and artifacts that were a huge part of our country’s history.