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8 Things You Can Relate to If You Work in Makati

Our Metropolis.

| June 19, 2018

8 Things You Can Relate to

If You Work in Makati

By Tynne De Leon

Working in Makati can be both a curse and a blessing. For those who have been here for quite a while, they say it’s like a love-and hate-relationship. The city is where the stress starts, and yet it’s also where the fun begins. Here are some reasons why:

8. Walking is part of your daily routine

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Walking around a city can be a daunting task, but not in Makati where cafes, movie theaters, malls and parks are just short distances away from each other. Walkways, overpass, and underpass abound in the city, especially in the business district, so it’s pretty normal to have a kilometer-long walk getting to your destination. You’ve definitely lost tens of calories with all that strolling, only to have gained them back because, duh, food hubs are everywhere.

 

7. It’s the best place for an after-work drink

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Whether you prefer a walwal kind of TGIF or just a chill inuman session, there’s a perfect drinking spot for you in this city. There is always a bar near offices, especially if you’re near Poblacion, so you never run out of places to grab a drink and relieve yourself of stress (whether it’s because of work or life in general.) It’s easy to get lost in Makati’s cool midnight vibe.

 

6. Jolly jeeps are total lifesavers

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With all the food options in this city, there are budget-friendly alternatives that are total lifesavers. They’re in the form of jolly jeeps, Makati’s version of mini carinderias selling our homemade favorites at very affordable prices. They make life easier, especially during petsa de peligro.

 

5. Living in a condo is a big plus

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Makati is very accessible from wherever city you’re from, but the thing is, everyone is here–whether working, side-hustling, or doing some kind of business. Ergo, there is an insane amount of traffic. Renting a condo near your office is a big plus (although a little expensive), and you definitely won’t experience the hassle of commuting. Besides, weekends here are serene.