Wanna see what’s in store for you at the new Ayala Malls Circuit? Oh, you’ll surely love this one! From now until August 3, you can get free P2P bus rides within the City That Makes It All Happen all the way to Ayala Malls Circuit.
Image courtesy of Wincy Aquino Ong.
In celebration of the opening of Ayala Malls Circuit Makati, you’ve got until August 3, Friday, to avail of a bus ride from Glorietta to and fro Ayala Malls Circuit Makati, with a number of stops in between. Yes, you heard that right! It’s free! Look for the yellow P2P bus in Glorietta, which can be found along the row restaurants below Gold’s Gym, in front of the Tim Ho Wan branch.
The buses, which are provided by Delta NeoSolutions, will have the following routes and schedule:
Pick up and drop off points:
Glorietta 3 – JG Summit Corporate Center – The Columns – Ayala Malls Circuit
Circuit Makati – The Columns – JG Summit Corporate Center – Glorietta 3
Continuous trips from 7AM to 8PM.
So what are you waiting for? Make use of these free bus rides and see for yourself the hippest, most happening, newest Ayala Mall in the city—make that Ayala Malls Circuit Makati, with all-new restaurants and shops, a Shopwise grocery, a city kart track, a black box theater, a football field, and movie theaters by Ayala Malls Cinemas. You can’t miss this. It’s your speedway to entertainment.
Photo by: Ralph Matienzo
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