There’s always something amazing at Circuit Makati and certainly, a lot of things to do too! Whether you’re a budding race car driver, a theater buff, or someone who enjoys an afternoon playing board games, Circuit Makati is the right place for you. And what’s more, the list of attractions is growing by the year.

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Points of Interests:

Ground Floor

Globe Circuit Events Grounds – You can’t miss it! It’s the iconic riverside amphitheater that’s the centerpiece of Circuit Makati. The most happening events and concerts have been staged here such as Chroma Music Festival, Neverland, and Pop-Up Night Cinema.

Mountain Dew Skate Park – Strap on your knee pads and get your boards! It’s the first urban skate park in Manila, a 1,000-square-meter skate area expertly designed for skateboarders of all levels.

Gatorade Blue Pitch – It’s a state-of-the-art FIFA-sized football field in the city, designed in partnership with the Chelsea Football Club Soccer School Philippines. And yes, the venue is not just limited to soccer games. American football teams have played here as well!

City Kart Racing – Satisfy your need for speed through the hairpin turns of this 650-megter karting racetrack. It’s fast becoming a go-to destination for families on weekends.

The Deck – Enjoy an occasional afternoon concert by the steps, with performances by the best indie bands or the Manila Symphony Orchestra. On weekends, families flock here to partake in exciting events.

Social House – For the best tribute bands and craft beer, look no further than this gem of a bar on the ground floor of Circuit Lane.


Circuit Makati, Hippodromo Street,
Carmona Makati City,

Circuit Makati is located at the former Sta. Ana Racetrack, just a few minutes from the Makati central business district. It’s located near the border of Santa Ana, Manila, bounded by the Pasig River on the north, Hippodromo Street on the south, Fortuna Street to the east, and Aurelio Reyes Avenue to the west, which connects to Chino Roces Avenue.

It’s located 1.5 kilometers north of Makati’s CBD and is accessible via Ayala Avenue and South Avenue. It’s also accessible via J.P. Rizal Avenue and Kalayaan Avenue.