One of the major roadways, Acacia Avenue is the longest road in AAV spanning more than four kilometres. (Copyright Leandro Cayco/Ayala Alabang Camera Club)

    Many residents enjoy a bicycle ride around the village. (Copyright Golden Hagaman/Ayala Alabang Camera Club)

    AAV has seven footbridges. Three of them are in Narra Park. (Copyright Jyra Trinidad)

    One of the facilities of Ayala Alabang Village is the swimming pool for adults and children located in San Juanico complex. (Copyright Peter Sanchez/AAVA)


Bus Service from AAV to MakatiBus Service from AAV to Makati

Bus will shuttle residents from AAV to Makati City.

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Shoot Like a ProShoot Like a Pro

We would be happy to feature your photos of the village on our official website.

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AAVA Using Social Media to be in Touched with ResidentsAAVA Using Social Media to be in Touched with Resi...

Our official Facebook page is at Facebook.com/WeCareAAVA while our official Twitter account is WeCareAAVA. Yes, th... 

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On-going AAVA ProjectsOn-going AAVA Projects

SCC is being renovated to accommodate more monitoring equipment.

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AAVA Prepares for ISOAAVA Prepares for ISO

  Preparations are underway for AAVA getting ISO 9001:2008 certified.

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Disaster PreparednessDisaster Preparedness

When a disaster strikes, are you ready? AAVA is preparing for the worst case scenario.

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