Walking in Makati City Just Got Better With Legazpi Underpass' New Colors

It features the Philippines' rich flora and fauna.

(SPOT.ph) The Makati Central Business District is one of the very few walkable places in the Metro. It has separate bus stations for loading and unloading, well-lit underground walkways, and overpasses that can bring you from the malls to the rows of offices. Sure, walking around Makati can be tiring, but think about how happy your fitness tracker can be when you hit your 10,000 steps a day. To give you another reason to walk, they unveiled their newest mural found on the ceiling of Legazpi Underpass, which connects Ayala Triangle Gardens to Ayala Center.

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Legazpi Underpass in Makati City gets a colorful makeover

legazpi underpass mural
PHOTO BY Facebook/Make It Makati

"Coexistence," which is created by Janica and Jerson Samson, is a massive burst of colors that features flora and fauna from various regions of the Philippines. This biodiversity seeks to represent the "dynamism of Makati" as a city that serves as a melting pot different cultures.


Back in February 2020, Makati launched a 2,000-square-foot mural at the Salcedo Underpass. "Ang Lakbay ng 105 Milyon," which is a collage of black-and-white photographs by Archie Geotina, features important moments in our history and the stories of our modern-day heroes.

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