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06.18.2013 – If you missed celebrating Philippine Independence Day last June 12th and never got the chance to see the Bamboo Flag at the Ayala Triangle Gardens then you must make your way day whenever you find the chance.

The Bamboo Flag is open up to 9:30 PM then the guard assigned turns the power off. If you never got the curiosity what it’s all about the flag is a mini-museum that has all the historical details how the Philippine flag came to be. No details until when it would be there but surely worth making the visit on day time.

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It might be a wrong time to see it at night with the dim lights as the images captured would give justice how you’ll ever appreciate the Bamboo Flag as compared to making the visit there during day time.

But if you haven’t seen the flag itself maybe you should check it out through the photos taken prior to the guard turning the lights out…

The Bamboo Flag can be found immediately once you enter the Ayala Avenue side of the Triangle Gardens.

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