Makati Makati is the economic center of Manila, the capital of the Philippines. It is very modern. Much like Lujiazui in Shanghai, Raffles in Singapore and KLCC in Kuala Lumpur. The Makati area is orderly and well equipped with all kinds of living facilities. There are also many gourmet restaurants and shops. It's worth punching in.
Makati is the financial center of the Philippines, where prices are the highest in the whole Philippines, with high-rise buildings, nightclubs, restaurants, cafes, convenience stores, shopping malls, everything. Security is relatively good, and tourists gather. When you come to the Philippines, you must come to Makati.
The food here is very good, and the local people are very enthusiastic. When you are in the beautiful shopping mall, you will feel very happy. Living in a spacious apartment, sitting in a comfortable reclining chair beside the swimming pool, you don't want to think about anything, just quietly enjoy life.
Manila's busiest, most modern and safest area is equivalent to Beijing's Central Business District and Financial Street. Both sides of the road are tall buildings, new buildings, clean and tidy streets, many shops and banks. Good environment and high cost of natural life. Compared with other districts of Manila, tourists live here most comfortably and safely.
Makati is one of Manila's major business centers. If you want to visit, the historic relics are mainly in the earliest city, the King of Spain, also known as Metropolitan City. This is an old street living area surrounded by a fragmented dwarf city wall. There are always local residents living, so it seems a bit messy and hygiene is not very good. The main buildings on the main street are mainly St. Augustine Cathedral, which is large in scale and has a strong sense of history. Some of monasteries need to be purchased. Tickets are free to visit the church. The nearby Manila Cathedral is a little new. Residents of both churches have been holding Catholic weddings here. There is also a furniture museum that showcases the lives of the elite in the Philippines in the 18th and 19th centuries. Tickets are very cheap. There's also a cafeteria next to it. It's 80 yuan per guest in an aristocrat's house. The dishes are ordinary, but the environment is classical and elegant. It seems that eating while listening to live performances makes time go back hundreds of years. San Diego Castle is a very limited relic, let alone look at it. Out of Wangcheng, the rest is the cemetery of the U.S. Army, which can be seen, thinking of the Chinese soldiers who are sleeping in foreign countries and sighing. As for Mani Bay, it smells terrible and rubbish washes ashore, so let's visit Rojas Coastal Avenue.
Great place for shopping and the best restaurants. I highly suggest having a walk about here and check out wgat they have to offer.
This is a very magical place, is a relatively mature CBD. The main embassies are stationed in areas. There are high-end shopping malls and hotels, as well as par malls and slums. There are high-end restaurants renovated from the previous airport navigation building, as well as Jollyjeep, a roadside specialty. There are Trump Tower, a cemetery near the villa area, N gourmet restaurants across China, Chinese barber shops, Chinese supermarkets, and also a small Tokyo, Korean Street. You can practice shooting or archery. In a word, there are all kinds of places.
I like it very much. It's the best place for Manila's economy. Where I live, I can see many homeless people. Walking 1 km, it's all neat parks and streets. There are also high-end shopping malls like grrenbelt and many street parks. Many dog walkers. There are many tall buildings. Accommodation is recommended here. Convenience stores are very convenient.