Greenbelt Chapel, Makati
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Greenbelt Chapel and its lush grounds, set within a busy business district and shopping complex, stands as a quiet retreat accessible by a narrow pathway through dense vegetation. You'll immediately notice the Catholic chapel's unorthodox design, as it sports a domed ceiling that curves all the way to the ground in places. Head inside to admire numerous glass sculptures, a series of works by sculptor Ramon Orlina. Be sure to check the chapel's website for information regarding the regular services and events. For Greenbelt Chapel and beyond, use our Makati tourist route planner to get the most from your Makati vacation.
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Please correct me if I'm wrong, but the Greenbelt Chapel is named after St. Pio del Pietrelcina and maintained by the Salesians of Don Bosco? Anyway, the most important thing about this Roman Catholic... read more »
A very solemn place to say your prayers in the middle of the busy central business district. The altar is in the centre of the chapel and a beautiful pond covers the whole circle of the chapel.
Although this church is situated in a beautiful setting I feel that it is not really a tourist attraction as such. It is modern in design and has daily services. Artwork is not spectacular but suited ... read more »
Lewis Lexter Yap
I am very excited for the renovation and the parish priest here give good messages. Although if its hot and raining, it can be kinda eefy and hard to go even if its situated in the center of the greenbelt mall
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