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Nearest Airport : Manila   Manila To Makati : 10 Km
Getting to Makati
The city of Makati is known as a major financial hub as well as the base of operations for many multinational banking, retail and finance corporations. While being engaged in the financial development sector for close to three decades, the city has also managed to garner the title of an ideal tourism destination with grand public gardens, parks, heritage centers, great restaurants, bookstores, malls and recreational centers to attract the tourists. One could use any mode of transportation to get into the City. Getting around is easy as taxis are abundant. Accommodation is available at all price ranges. 
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  • One of the major financial hubs of Philippines
  • Headquarters for many a famous banking, finance and other multinational corporations
  • Many parks and recreational centres
  • Good restaurants
  • Beautiful historical structures
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Getting to Manila
A 'tourism powerhouse' is the term that has often been used to describe Manila. Over time, the city has seen its fair share of natural disasters, socio economic changes and financial upheavals. Despite all this, the city has emerged as the one of South East Asia's leading commercial and tourism capitals. Besides spectacular sights, there are beautiful galleries, fabulous restaurants, many religious monuments and some hugely popular festivals through the year that make it a must visit destination.

  • Second most populated city in Philippines
  • Economic and political capital of the country
  • Hub of scientific, educational and cultural institutions
  • One of the well known skyscraper cities of SE Asia
  • World famous museums, monuments, religious structures and landmarks
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Why Visit ?
Makati has a decent collection of Parks and Museums which keep travelers entertained along with giving them an idea about the country and city's rich history and heritage.

Ayala Triangle 
Greenbelt Park
Salcedo Village

Ayala Centre
Yuchengco Museum
Filipina Heritage Library
Filling Station: A classic American diner decorated with rich yet simple interiors, posters, souvenirs and movie memorabilia and serves American delicacies. 

Legend of India: An absolute must-visit if you're coming in from the sub-continent and feeling a little homesick already. They have staple Indian dishes such as Tandoori, Gravies, Kebabs and even South Indian cuisine.

El Chupacabra: A classic open-air Mexican restaurant serves excellent Tacos, Tortillas and other delicacies along with a good menu for beverages. An absolute must-visit.
Filipina Heritage Bookstore: This bookstore is the ideal place to hit if you are looking for titles on country's history and events along with some priceless titles by the local authors.

Bonafacio Mall: One of the premier malls in Makati selling a variety of clothing, books, souvenirs, art and craft. 

The Collective: As the name suggests, this shopping zone sells a good collection of souvenirs, antiques and fine art pieces and has lovely restaurants to give you the complete shopping experience.
Language: Filipino , English

Climate: Makati, like most of the cities in Philippines, experiences sub-tropical climate with hot and humid summers, mild winters and intense rainfall during the monsoon seasons.

Currency: Peso
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