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Makati is a financial district and a great place to shop and dine. Most major malls and condominiums are connected within walking distance to each other. It's a convenient place to live and work in. Major hospitals, hotels are located in this city.
The Greenbelt area is a pleasant mix of shops,dining places and park. There are cinemas,too. If you're Catholic, you can structure your time to include the anticipated early evening Mass on a Saturday, before taking the few steps to a bar/resto:) As for shopping, you have a choice of local to luxury brands. Hermes,Prada,Hugo Boss,Kenneth Cole, Hilfiger are there. Dining? Try Mary Grace Cafe at the Ground Floor of Greenbelt 2 for breakfast, afternoon tea and a bit of relaxing whimsy decor. I always associate it with girl friends coming together for afternoon tea and a bit of catching up! Prefer to be by your lonesome? Go ahead,bring a book and order that sinful choco cake to go with your coffee though I prefer their mango torte..... I love Bulgogi Brothers at the 3L,Greenbelt 5. Chili's at Greenbelt 5 is always full. And, Baskin-Robbins is a short stroll from Chili's if you fancy ice cream for dessert. Feel like some ramen? Go to Ramen Nagi. Partial to Greek food? There's Cafe Mediterranean and Cyma. Greenbelt is a no-pressure place with less of the crowds one would expect at the Ayala Center. And, I always find parking...