I've been hearing a lot about the Symphony of Lights in Ayala Triangle. My busy schedule at work plus buying gifts for upcoming holiday season didn't permit me to visit Ayala Triangle Garden at the earlier days of December. Thanks to Rizal Day last December 30, I was able to witness the beautiful lights in Ayala Triangle Garden.
Because I'm now working in Quezon City it was really a long time ago since I last saw Ayala Triangle Garden. Before it was just a plain park that people usually cross going to the office or going home. But now, a bunch of coffee shops and restaurants are at the side of the park which I think is a good thing when you want a time to enjoy the park and keep your stomach full at the same time.
The Symphony of Lights usually starts at 6pm until 9pm. We went there around 5-530pm, and was fond of a lot of people who went there to see what Ayala Triangle Garden's Symphony of Lights has to offer. You can also bring your food with you if you're on a budget, and look a place to sit in and watch the show.
At exactly 6pm, the show started. It was a musical light show that is so warm in my eyes I don't want to blink even once. Its lights and sounds lasted for around 15 minutes, and will be back again at 6:30pm (every 30 minutes until 9pm). We didn't wait until the last show because we still need to go back to the mall to watch a movie from Metro Manila Film Fest. Nevertheless, Symphony of Lights in Ayala Triangle is really a feast in the eye that I think made not just my night but for all family and friends who spend their night here in Ayala.