Information about Burgos Park
Burgos Park is located in Burgos Circle, a traffic circle in Taguig, situated within Bonifacio Global Area. It serves as the intersection of Forbestown Road, 1st Avenue, 2nd Avenue, and 29th Street as part of the Megaworld Corporation's Forbes Town Center mixed-use development. It is named after martyred priest José Burgos of Gomburza.
The Trees, a sculpture by Reynato Paz Contreras, is located in the park's center and is the first piece of public art to be installed in the Bonifacio Global City. Formalized paraphrase The bronze-and-brass work was funded by the Bonifacio Art Foundation, which is in charge of the district's public art installations.
How to get there
From EDSA, take a bus southbound to Baclaran or Ayala, or take an MRT to Ayala and search for the The Fort buses - West Route bus terminal at the gate of Forbes across Shell Station bound for Fort Bonifacio.
Best time to visit
The park can be visited anytime of day or night.
Where is Burgos Park located?Burgos Circle was built as part of the Forbes Town Center, a mixed-use development by the Megaworld Company modeled after Singapore's Bugis Village.
Is Burgos Park safe even during the rainy season?Yes, it is safe. A 72-meter (236-foot) high, six-story-deep retarding basin for storing flood water is located underneath Burgos Park and the larger circle.
During heavy rain, the basin holds water until it is drained into creeks that drain into Manila Bay when the weather settles.