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Best parks in Taguig

Park
“From being the site of the country’s first landing strip to being the block that held the nucleus of the Philippine business community now emerges a calming & beautiful haven for Makati’s Central Business District is now a landscaped expanse of over 20,000 square meters populated by over a hundred trees with a diverse mix including rain trees, golden palms, fire trees, kamuning and podo cerpus. All these in an open courtyard tastefully interspected with lush greenery and inspired public art pieces from some of the country’s leading artists. Visit the Ayala Triangle Gardens and enjoy a moment in this contemporary oasis.”
91 locals recommend
Plaza
“That big roundabout that doubles as a local park is a common meeting point for local four legged friends. See the variety of local pooches (for dog lovers) as they stroll with their human-carers :)”
44 locals recommend
Church
“Lush garden architecture surrounded by many shops and restaurants with ponds, church and relaxing atmosphere. Ayala Center, Makati Avenue, Makati ”
23 locals recommend
Park
“Track 30th is for those who need quick jogs and brisk walking. It's an open area in between buildings, it's in the heart of BGC commercial and business center.”
7 locals recommend
Park
“Kasalikasan is an open area, greens - garden, amphitheater style, 200 square meters more or less. Serene and quiet place, good for meditation. A semi-secluded green space in the heart of BGC, Kasalikasan is popular for pre/post wedding photography. "Kasalikasan" is from two Filipino (Tagalog) words; "Kasal" (Wedding) and "Kalikasan" (Nature). ”
2 locals recommend
Plaza
“A nearby area that’s full of amazing restaurants like Gringo, Melo’s Steak House, Browery and more!”
6 locals recommend
Park
“Another beautiful Asian-inspired park with lush greenery and koi ponds. Perfect for a day of strolling, relaxing and watching the world go by, Also has restaurants around it.”
4 locals recommend
Park
“A park/urban garden in the midst of bustling commercial buildings in Ayala Avenue. It's a place where people could go for a stroll, jog, or dine in the row of restaurants within the park. It's also a place where people could watch and appreciate art and garden exhibits, and some creative and colorful lights at night. ”
7 locals recommend
Park
“Get into your workout clothes and head to Track 30th at 30th street. It is a park designed with a jogging path, yoga and exercise lawn, fitness art, and a meditation garden with interactive art installations made of recycled materials. ”
7 locals recommend
Building
2 locals recommend
Park
“The facility was developed by the Bonifacio Arts Foundation Inc (BAFI). The museum was designed by architect Ed Calma, from Lor Calma & Partners. The design of the structure was inspired by cellular structure and growth and had a solar reflective exterior, natural wind ventilation, and rainwater flow drainage.”
2 locals recommend
Park
4 locals recommend
Park
“A.k.a. Jaime C. Velasquez Park. A place for joggers and children to play. Planned and placed in a “quieter” part of the neighborhood, far from the more “commercial” areas.”
5 locals recommend
Park
“The longest urban park in Metro Manila, 1.6 kilometers to be exact. Great for a jog or leisurely stroll. ”
1 local recommends
Park
“SEVERINA ECO PARK is a perfect sanctuary for all nature lovers! Breathe fresh air and enjoy sheer tranquility in this virgin forest where it is kept secret and sacred in the heart of Parañaque City!”
1 local recommends