Ayala Malls Manila Bay Promises Utmost Entertainment as the Biggest of Its Kind
Ayala Malls Manila Bay—the biggest and the latest among the continuously growing number of its kind—officially revealed its marketed vastness to the anticipating public, adding up to the city’s pride in entertainment facilities.
Ayala Malls Manila Bay somehow teems with a life of its own as manifested by its expanse of 400,000 sqm (gross floor area), which is airily occupied by different establishments suited for varying needs and wants.
These include retail shops, dining choices, entertainment spaces, as well as a multi-modal transportation hub for the commuting public’s convenience, 5 levels of BPO offices and a 350-room Seda Hotel that are soon to open.
The mall boasts of a 5-story retail space, as well as 5-level space BPO offices, 10 cinemas for boundless movie experience, and 350-room Seda Hotel.
What seems like the cherry on top—quite literally—is the Sunset Garden on the topmost floor of the mall. The roof deck features restaurant bars with extended hours to offer a fun night-out experience.
Further, Ayala Malls Manila Bay is house to a 1-hectare Central Garden graced by a number of sculptures created by notable Filipino artists like Michael Cacnio, Vito Selma and Ann Pamintuan, and a multi-modal transportation hub emitting utmost convenience for the commuting visitors.
Ayala Malls Manila Bay Mindanao sculpture by Ann Pamintuan
The mall’s opening last September 26 was attended by key people such as Ayala Land Director Antonio Aquino, Ayala Land President and CEO Bobby Dy, Ayala Malls President Jennylle Tupaz, and Parañaque City Hon. Vice Mayor Jose Enrico Golez.
Ayala Malls Manila Bay is located at Asean Avenue corner Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard, Aseana City, Parañaque City.
Source and photos: Ayala Malls Manila Bay’s official press release