Location

As a hotel near Ayala Avenue, Makati, BSA Suites keeps you close to many significant business establishments and corporate offices. But it’s not all that you’ll find close by — our hotel is near Landmark Makati, Greenbelt, and Glorietta Malls, allowing you to enjoy leisure as well while here.

The city has indeed evolved throughout the years; and as you stay at BSA Suites, go out and discover what Makati has to offer. Here’s a list of events, museums, and other attractions to see:

Churches

  • Saints Peter and Paul Parish – 15 to 20 minutes via taxi or private transport

Location: DM Rivera St., Poblacion, Makati City

  • Guadalupe Ruins (Nuestra Señora de Gracia Church) – 5-minute walk from Guadalupe MRT Station

Location: 7440 Bernardino St., Guadalupe Viejo, Makati City

Museums

  • Ayala Museum – 5 to 10-minute walk from the hotel

Location: Makati Ave. corner Dela Rosa St., Greenbelt Park, Ayala Center, Makati City

  • Yuchengco Museum – 10 to 15-minute walk from the hotel

Location: RCBC Plaza corner Gil Puyat Ave., Makati City

  • Museo ng Makati – 20 to 30 minutes via taxi or private transport

Location: JP Rizal, Poblacion, Makati City

Malls

  • Greenbelt Mall – 5 to 10-minute walk via Dela Rosa Carpark walkway

Location: Ayala Center, Makati City

  • Landmark Mall – 5 to 10-minute walk via Dela Rosa Carpark walkway

Location: Ayala Center, Makati City

  • Glorietta Mall – 10 to 15-minute walk via Dela Rosa Carpark walkway

Location: Ayala Center, Makati City

  • SM Makati – 15 to 20 minutes via taxi or private transport / 15 to 20-minute walk from the hotel via Greenbelt, Landmark, and Glorietta

Location: Ayala Center, Makati City

  • Paseo Center – 10 to 15-minute walk from the hotel

Location: Paseo de Roxas St., Makati City

  • Venue Mall – 15 to 20 minutes via taxi or private transport

Location: 7829 Makati Ave., Makati City

  • Makati Cinema Square – 15 to 20 minutes via taxi or private transport

Location: Pasong Tamo corner Pasay Road, Makati City

  • Cash and Carry – 15 to 20 minutes via taxi or private transport

Location: Filmore St., Makati City

  • Waltermart Makati – 15 to 20 minutes via taxi or private transport

Location: 790 Chino Roces Ave., Makati City

  • Power Plant Mall – 15 to 20 minutes via taxi or private transport

Location: Rockwell Drive corner Estrella St., Makati City

Experience Annual Events In Makati

Caracol
It is an official festival of Makati which showcases a celebration of our Mother Earth and
promotes protection of nature. Caracol was held every last Sunday of January.
Belen sa Makati
Begins in December or earlier where façade of private buildings and government offices are
decorated with Belen or Nativity of Jesus.
Chinese New Year
Celebration of Chinese New Year with Fireworks display plus a Dragon and Tiger dances.
Happened either before the end of January or 2 nd week of February
Likhang Kamay
Held between March and April wherein there’s an annual exhibit that features native handicrafts.
Flores de Mayo
Held every first Sunday of May where there is a processions of young ladies which represents the Barangays in Makati.
Senakulo
Event during Lenten Season in the Barangays where there is a re-enactment of life and death of Jesus.
Miss Makati
Held in May, to search for the goodwill ambassador of Makati and beautiful faces of Makati
Araw ng Makati
Held in June to celebrate Makati’s Foundation Day
New Year’s Countdown
Celebration of Year ender with Fireworks display and staged with concerts
Bailes delos Arcos
Held in June during the feast of Saints Peter and Paul

Annual Events In Makati

  • Caracol

Held every last Sunday of January, it is dubbed the Mardi Gras of the Philippines. The festival is the celebration of Mother Earth and promotes the protection of nature.

  • Art Fair Philippines

Happening every February, this event showcases the best of Philippine contemporary art in an alternative setting.

  • Chinese New Year

Happens before the end of January or 2nd week of February; it features a fireworks display plus Dragon and Tiger dances.

  • Likhang Kamay

Held between March and April, this is an annual exhibit of native handicrafts.

  • Senakulo

An event in the city’s barangays during the Lenten Season wherein there is a re-enactment of the life and death of Jesus.

  • Flores de Mayo

Held every first Sunday of May, featuring a procession of young ladies representing the barangays of Makati.

  • Miss Makati

Held in May, this is a yearly search for the next goodwill ambassador of Makati.

  • Araw ng Makati

Held in June, to celebrate the city’s Foundation Day.

  • Bailes delos Arcos

Held in June, during the feast of Saints Peter and Paul.

  • Belen sa Makati

Begins in early December when façade of Makati buildings are decorated with the Nativity scene.

  • Festival of Lights

Held during the Christmas season, this is the annual lights and sound show in the Ayala Triangle Gardens that spreads the Holiday cheer to spectators.

  • New Year’s Countdown

A year-ender celebration with a concert and fireworks display.