10 Jan 2011

How To Get To Ayala Triangle Gardens

  • 10 Jan 2011
  • Lag alag


  • Amidst the bustling Central Business District of Makati City is the Ayala Triangle Gardens. A greenery full of plant, trees and promenade that features dining experience in tranquil environment at the Restaurants at Ayala Triangle Gardens. Ayala Triangle Gardens is located at the center of Makati CBD. It is bordered by Ayala Avenue, Paseo de Roxas and Makati Avenue.


    Driving Directions to Ayala Triangle Gardens
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    Route #1

    From Alabang, Muntinlupa, Pacita, Metropolis Star Mall, Laguna, Batangas, Quezon Province and nearby areas - Via Skyway northbound, drive all the way to Makati and exit via Don Bosco Exit which is located past Magallanes Interchange. Via SLEX northbound, drive all the way to Makati and turn right onto Don Bosco Street, the road next to EDSA and before Arnaiz Avenue formerly Libertad. All motorists from Skyway also turn right onto Don Bosco Street. Turn left on Chino Roces Avenue formerly Pasong Tamo. Along Chino Roces or Pasong Tamo, to your left is Laureno di Trevi, Wilcon Builders, Avida Towers San Lorenzo and Walter Mart Makati in that order. There's also the Makati Executive Suites and to your right is Don Bosco Technical Institute. Across the next street which is Arnaiz Avenue formerly Pasay Road is Eurotel Makati, MCS Mall and The Beacon Amorsolo Tower. Turn right onto Arnaiz Avenue. Along Arnaiz Avenue, to your right now is entrance of St. John Bosco Parish. Also along Arnaiz Avenue are Columns Legaspi, One Corporate Plaza, Midland Plaza, The Residences at Greenbelt and Renaissance Hotel Makati to your left and to your right are El Cielito Inn, Joni's Building, Azuthai Ya and Pamana Languages Building. Stay on Arnaiz Avenue, drive past Paseo de Roxas, a main intersection to the left of Arnaiz, and then turn left on Makati Avenue. Stay to the left of Makati Avenue. Turn left on Ayala Avenue. Ayala Triangle Garden is right behind Philippine Stock Exchange Building. It's best to drop off your family in front of Ayala Tower One Building before you park your car to the nearest parking area. You can ask Security Personnel where to park your car. It is advisable to go Saturday or Sunday to avoid heavy traffic in the vicinity.

    Route #2

    From Mandaluyong, Pasig, Cubao and Guadalupe taking Edsa. Turn right onto Gil Puyat Avenue formerly Buendia. Stay to the left and turn left on Paseo de Roxas. Stay to the left of Paseo de Roxas and turn left on Makati Avenue. Stay to the right and finally, turn right onto Ayala Avenue. While you are along Makati Avenue, you can already see the Ayala Triangle Garden to your right. It's best to drop off your family infront of Ayala Tower One Building. You can go park your car afterward. Just ask Security Personnel where to park your car. It is advisable to go Saturday or Sunday to avoid heavy traffic in the vicinity.

    This route also takes a driver to SM Cyberzone 2, Enzo Building, Jaguar Cars, Kimberly Clark International, Board of Investments and Saville Building to the right of Gil Puyat Avenue; School of Fashion and the Arts at the corner of Gil Puyat and Paseo de Roxas; Mandarin Oriental Hotel to the right of Paseo de Roxas. Along Makati Avenue before you turn right to Ayala Avenue, to the left are Makati Atrium Building where the main office of Pag-Ibig Fund is located as well as BIR Makati office, Somerset Olympia and The Peninsula Manila. You need to take different route in going to these locations. Watch out for my upcoming post where I will feature this location.

    Route #3

    From Pasig, Marikina, Antipolo, Rosario, Eastwood and nearby areas. Take C-5 all the way to Fort Bonifacio. You must stay to the right after you drove past Kalayaan Avenue. Turn right onto 32nd Street. Stay to the middle of 32nd Street, drive past 5th Avenue and take the Kalayaan flyover. Stay on Kalayaan flyover up to Gil Puyat Avenue formerly Buendia. Along Buendia stay to the left and turn left on Paseo de Roxas. Stay to the left of Paseo de Roxas and turn left on Makati Avenue. Stay to the right and finally, turn right onto Ayala Avenue. While you are along Makati Avenue, you can already see the Ayala Triangle Garden to your right. It's best to drop off your family infront of Ayala Tower One Building. Just ask Security Personnel where to park your car. It is advisable to go Saturday or Sunday to avoid heavy traffic in the vicinity.

    Route #4

    From Mandaluyong, San Juan and Boni take San Francisco Street or Primo Cruz and head toward Coronado Street. Take the Mandaluyong-Makati bridge to get to Makati Avenue. After crossing the bridge, you're on Makati Avenue. Stay to the middle of Makati Avenue, cross J.P. Rizal, Kalayaan Avenue, Gil Puyat Avenue formerly Buendia and Paseo de Roxas Avenue. Along Makati Avenue from J.P. Rizal up to Paseo de Roxas are Blue Cross, A.Venue, Millennium Plaza, Aberdeen Court Makati, City Garden Hotel, Isabelle Royal Hotel, Pacific Star Building, Executive Center Building, Banco de Oro Tower and Mandarin Oriental Hotel. Watch out for my upcoming post on directions to these locations. You can search for a direction on the Search Direction Box in the sidebar of this website. Now, after crossing the intersection of Makati Avenue and Paseo de Roxas, stay to the right of Makati Avenue and finally, turn right onto Ayala Avenue. While you are along Makati Avenue, you can already see the Ayala Triangle Garden to your right. It's best to drop off your family infront of Ayala Tower One Building. You can go park your car afterward. Just ask Security Personnel where to park your car. It is advisable to go Saturday or Sunday to avoid heavy traffic in the vicinity.

    Route #5

    From Libertad in Pasay, Baclaran as well as Cavite who preferred this route. Take Roxas Boulevard and cross EDSA via the flyover. After the flyover of EDSA, next main street is Libertad Street now known as Arnaiz Avenue. Turn right onto Libertad Street or Arnaiz Avenue and drive all the way to Osmena Highway. It's a bit long drive, you'll cross Taft Avenue under LRT-1 elevated track, Pasay City Cemetery and a Cockpit before you get to the intersection of Arnaiz and Osmena Highway. Turn right onto Osmena Highway also known as South Super Highway. Stay to the right to avoid going up the flyover. Also avoid the ramp to the Skyway. Make a U-Turn on the U-Turn slot under the Magallanes Flyover Interchange, right before EDSA. Drive slowly to make sure you wont lead to the Skyway and the flyover of SLEX as there's no turning back. Once you made the U-Turn, stay to the right of Osmena Highway. Turn right onto Don Bosco Street then left on Chino Roces Avenue and again turn right onto Arnaiz Avenue. Drive past Paseo de Roxas, a main intersection to the left with traffic lights and then turn left on Makati Avenue. Stay to the left of Makati Avenue. Turn left on Ayala Avenue. Ayala Triangle is behind Philippine Stock Exchange Building. It's best to drop off your family infront of Ayala Tower One Building before you park your car to the nearest parking. You can ask Security Personnel where to park your car. It is advisable to go Saturday or Sunday to avoid heavy traffic in the vicinity.

    Route #6

    From Manila take Quirino Ave, turn right onto Osmena Highway then turn right onto Vito Cruz now named P. Ocampo, turn left on G. del Pilar, left on Zobel Roxas, cross Osmena Highway then right onto Kamagong Street. Stay to the middle, cross Chino Roces Avenue. After Bagtikan Street the road bends toward Ayala Avenue, stay to the middle and cross Gil Puyat. Stay to the middle, cross Rufino Street formerly Herrera. Stay to the left then turn left on Paseo de Roxas, you are now seeing Ayala Triangle Garden to your right after the Ayala Tower One Bldg. Stay to the right and turn right to Makati Avenue. Now stay to the right of Makati Avenue and finally, turn right onto Ayala Avenue. It's best to drop off your family infront of Ayala Tower One Building. You can go park your car afterward. Just ask Security Personnel where to park your car. It is advisable to go Saturday or Sunday to avoid heavy traffic in the vicinity.

    Route #7

    From Monumento taking EDSA, as well as other areas along the way. Stay on EDSA all the way to Makati. Turn right onto Gil Puyat Avenue formerly Buendia. Stay to the left and turn left on Paseo de Roxas. Stay to the left of Paseo de Roxas and turn left on Makati Avenue. Stay to the right and finally, turn right onto Ayala Avenue. While you are along Makati Avenue, you can already see the Ayala Triangle Garden to your right. It's best to drop off your family infront of Ayala Tower One Building. You can go park your car afterward. Just ask Security Personnel where to park your car. It is advisable to go Saturday or Sunday to avoid heavy traffic in the vicinity.



    How to get to Ayala Triangle Garden by bus

    Route #1

    Take bus anywhere along EDSA with "Ayala-LRT Leveriza" sign. In Monumento, you can take ride bus at the corner of 5th Avenue also known as C-3. You can also ride a bus bound to Ayala from Fairview and Novaliches. You can get off exactly at Philippine Stock Exchange and walk your way up to the Ayala Triangle Garden.

    Route #2

    From Baclaran, ride bus with "Ayala LRT Leveriza" sign. During weekdays, get off at proper unloading area which is right before Paseo de Roxas. Otherwise, you will walk way too far because the next unloading station for north bound lane of Ayala is on Rustan or Glorietta. Once you got off the bus in the unloading area before Paseo de Roxas Street, walk your way to the underpass and head onto the opposite side of Ayala where the Ayala Tower One is erected. At the back of the building is Ayala Triangle Garden. During Saturdays and Sundays, you can get off at the opposite side of Ayala Tower One Bldg and cross the road to get to the Ayala Triangle Garden.

    This route can also be taken by those coming from LRT-1 Taft Avenue, Harrison and Leveriza.



    How to get to Ayala Triangle Garden by jeepney

    "Ayala-Washington" is the sign of the jeepney that you must ride from EDSA corner McKinley Road, the wide wide street opposite Ayala Avenue where Shell Gasoline Station is located at right at the corner. The terminal of the "Ayala-Washington" jeepney is located at the back of Shell Station. Ride one of these jeepneys. Get off the jeepney at the unloading zone which is situated past Paseo de Roxas. In Makati, you need to observe loading and unloading ordinance. Otherwise, you will be fined for violating them. But there are times, like during weekend that the ordinance is not enforced. In that case, you can alight right at Ayala Triangle Gardens which is past Makati Avenue. At any rate, always ask the driver if you can alight at particular time you ge there. If you get off the jeep at unloading zone past Paseo de Roxas, walk bakc towards Paseo de Roxas and use pedestrian underpass to get to Ayala Triangle Gardens. Again, no unloading in Ayala Triangle Gardens during weekdays, but during Saturdays and Sundays, loading and unloading city ordinance of Makati is not being implemented.



    How to get to Ayala Triangle Garden by MRT or LRT

    Route #1

    LRT-1 from Roosevelt including all stations in between Gil Puyat and Roosevelt, get off at Gil Puyat Station. Take a bus with "Ayala" sign and get off at right unloading zone. During weekdays, get off at proper unloading area which is right before Paseo de Roxas. Otherwise, you will walk way too far because the next unloading station for north bound lane of Ayala is on Rustan or Glorietta. Once you got off the bus in the unloading area before Paseo de Roxas Street, walk your way to the underpass and head onto the opposite side of Ayala where the Ayala Tower One is erected. During Saturdays and Sundays, you can get off at the opposite side of Ayala Tower One Bldg and cross the road to get to the Ayala Triangle Garden.

    Route #2

    MRT-3 commuters who are riding trains coming from both Taft and North Avenue Stations, get off at Ayala Station and ride a jeepney at the terminal located at the service road of Mc Kinley Street opposite Shell Gasoline Station. Get off after Paseo de Roxas and use the the underpass to get to the Ayala Triangle Garden. No unloading in Ayala Triangle Garden during weekdays, but during Saturdays and Sundays, loading and unloading city ordinance of Makati is not being implemented.


    Location Map of Ayala Triangle Gardens



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    5 Responses to “How To Get To Ayala Triangle Gardens”

    bonbon™ said...
    11 March 2012 10:54

    Thanks


    Lagalag said...
    11 March 2012 17:58

    Welcome.
    Seems "Thanks" is the only word to say for a SEO technique LOL. Anyways, got to open your sites. Seems it's working. Keep it up.


    Meliza Ann Soquena said...
    3 July 2012 12:05

    Hi there! Where can I park near Ayala Triangle?


    Lagalag said...
    4 July 2012 14:53

    @ Meliza Ann Soquena. You can park at any of these parking areas: BPI Parking Lot - at the back of BPI Bldg you get to see at the corner of Ayala Ave and Paseo de Roxas, Dela Roxa Car Park 1 - multi-lever parking building at the back of Bank of Commerce, Nat'l Life Insurance Bldg and SGV 1 Bldg.

    I recommend Dela Rosa - it's more convenient, you just use the footbridge towards Enterprise Center, get inside Enterprise Center, exit to the other side (Ayala Ave) and use pedestrian underpass to get to Ayala Triangle Gardens.

    But you might be coming from the other side, in that case, you may let me know where you're coming from so that I can give you nearest parking which is more convenient for you. :)


    Lag alag said...
    22 November 2012 11:17

    To all readers, we have a new post about Ayala Triangle Gardens. If you're going there by car and you want to know where to park your vehicle, please go to Ayala Triangle Gardens Restaurants & Parking Areas. The name of restaurants inside ATG are also listed there, go check them out. Finally, I have searched for alternative parking near to Glorietta and Greenbelt but walking distance to ATG, if you want to go shopping after seeing lights and sounds show. Please click the link or here.


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