The City of Makati is located in the Philippines. It is one of the 16 cities that make up Metro Manila. As the financial centre of the Philippines, Makita also is host to several international embassies and an important centre for international business and political activities.
Makati is a preferred location for most investors. This financial centre and commercial hub is the location for the headquarters of 40 percent of the top 1,000 multinational and local corporations. Makati is also home to the headquarters of international organisations like the World Health Organization, UNICEF, IFC, and UNDP. There is a large diversity in choice for office space in Makati City.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Makati is a popular shopping destination in Metro Manila. It is home to major shopping malls such as Glorietta, Greenbelt, and the Power Plant Mall. The Greenbelt Mall is an upscale-luxury shopping mall featuring various international stores such as Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Banana Republic, Zara, Calvin Klein, Bulgari and many more. SALA is an intimate restaurant located just a few minutes walk from the Greenbelt Park, Ayala Museum and many top international hotels. The restaurant offers local and international cuisine in a fine dining atmosphere. Another dining option is the city is the People’s Palace offering Thai cuisine. This family style restaurant is open from breakfast to late night.
The nearest major airport to Makati is Ninoy Aquino International Airport. This airport has international and domestic flights and is 14 km (8 miles) from the city centre. Another major airport in the area is Clark International Airport, which has international and domestic flights from Angeles, Philippines. It is 89 km (55 miles) from Makita. Get around the city by jeepney, a converted surplus army jeep that has been decorated and is now used as taxi-like transportation in the city. MRT (Metro Rail Transit) is another way of to get around the city. The rail transit is also called MetroStar. There are also pedicabs, motorcycles with attached sidecars, and tricycles.