Ayala Triangle is a sub-district of the Makati central business district, comprising of the parcel of land between Ayala Avenue, Makati Avenue and Paseo de Roxas, as well as the buildings on those streets. Many multinational companies, banks and other major businesses make their home on the triangle, noted by the many skyscrapers bounding the Triangle. Ayala Avenue and Paseo de Roxas also house the distinction of being the runways of the former Nielson Field, Metro Manila's main airport in the 1930s.
Ayala Triangle’s spot is the center of Makati’s business district but has remained undeveloped over the years. During the last quarter of 2010, a newly-opened commercial area opened with a strip of posh restaurants, bakeries and cafes which became an instant hit in Makati: Ayala Triangle Gardens. Situated right smack in the middle of along Paseo de Roxas, Makati Avenue and Ayala Avenue that forms a triangle.
The lush gardens is now considered as a refuge for the fast-paced Makati life. The wide space of greeneries is enjoyable for jogging, brisk walking or people-watching. Since the restaurants have opened, familiar favorites have also made the gardens more than just a place for leisure. The Wi-fi hotspots can be used for residents and employees, meetings or simply when hanging out with friends.
Ayala Triangle Gardens is the ideal spot for people who want to distance themselves from the everyday hustle bustle to relax, unwind and get in touch with nature.