November 18, 2015

Major Malls in Metro Manila’s Key Cities

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    Filipinos’ love for unwinding, shopping, and dining brought about the surge of mall developments in the country especially in the metro’s key cities. Add to that the Filipinos’ penchant for entertainment and leisure activities or simply hanging out with friends and family that these malls provide a venue for, malls have really become part of the Filipino lifestyle. The malls’ cool air-conditioning is also one of their main crowd drawers especially during summer when the heat is almost unbearable and people flock to the mall to chill.

    The malls vary in sizes and retail mix but all share the same vibe – a modern lifestyle experience that’s available for all.

    Here’s a list of the metro’s most popular malls that you can go to for some shopping, dining or leisure time.


    TAGUIG

    Bonifacio High Street – Bonifacio High Street is a modern shopping district within the cosmopolitan BGC lined with global shops and must-try restaurants. It’s hip, pet-friendly, refreshing and stylish.

    Address: Bonifacio Global City, Fort Bonifacio

    Tel.: (632)856-0523

    Mall Hours: Monday to Sunday   11 am – 11 pm

    SM Aura Premier – SM Aura Premier is one of SM’s latest malls and is considered its most upscale. It houses al fresco bars and restaurants, a performance hall called the Samsung Hall, event spaces, a chapel, and a sky garden. Its unique fluid design that features a smooth curve from the office tower to the mall is note-worthy and a cityscape standout.

    Address: 26th Street Corner McKinley Parkway Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City Philippines

    Tel: 815-AURA (815-2872)

    Email: info@sm-aura.com                                                                       

    Mall Hours: 10 am – 9 pm

     SM Aura

    Market! Market! – The mall has an extensive array of retails shops, casual dining, entertainment and leisure spots like wall climbing and laser tag. Its main feature is its various markets that cater to different needs. There’s a Fiesta Market where you can shop for food products from the country’s different regions, the Fashion Market where you can find low-priced yet trendy apparels and shoes, the Gift Market that’s great for souvenir shopping, the Home Market for your furniture and decor needs, and the Food Market, the mall’s food hall. It has a festive vibe and high foot traffic especially on weekends.

    Address: Carlos P. Garcia Avenue (C-5) cor. 32nd Avenue, Fort Bonifacio

    Tel.: (632)886-7519

    Mall Hours: 10 am – 10 pm

    QUEZON CITY

    TriNoma – TriNoma (Triangle North of Manila) is strategically located in the heart of Quezon City. This vibrant mall highlights shopping and leisure with its dynamic retail mix of stores set against the backdrop of lush landscaping and water features. MRT North Avenue Station stops right by this mall making it accessible to the masses.

    Address: North Ave. Corner Mindanao Avenue Quezon City

    Tel.: (02) 901-3000

    Mall Hours:

    Monday to Thursday    10 am – 9 pm

    Friday to Sunday           10 am – 10 pm

    SM North EDSA – This mall is located at the intersection of EDSA and North Avenue making it highly accessible. It is the first mall in the Philippines that introduced the one-stop shopping complex concept in the country. It boasts of world-class cinemas, a convenient transport depot for easy commuting, outdoor parking, attractive structures, and of course, shops and dining options for its endless stream of customers.

    Address: EDSA corner North Avenue, Quezon City

    Tel.: (02) 929-6686

    Mall Hours: 10 am – 10 pm

    MANDALUYONG

    SM Megamall – It may no longer be SM’s largest mall but it continues to attract mall-goers especially with its latest expansion, the Mega Fashion Hall where one can find several international retail stores. SM Megamall brings malling ease through its relevant services like valet service for parking convenience, Mega Atrium lobby drop-off, package pick up for hands-free shopping, and even mallwide free WiFi.

    Address: Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA) corner Doña Julia Vargas Avenue, Ortigas Center Mandaluyong, Philippines

    Tel.: (02) 633 5042

    Mall Hours: 10 am – 10 pm

    Shangri-La Plaza Mall – Mandaluyong’s posh shopping mall is filled with luxury shops like Jimmy Choo and Bottega Venetta. There are also a lot of dining options that can be found here. The mall has established itself as one of the country’s foremost lifestyle destinations frequented by society A-listers.

    Address: Shangri-La Plaza Corporation EDSA corner Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City, Philippines

    Tel.: (632) 370-2500

    Mall Hours:

    Monday to Thursday   11 am – 9 pm

    Friday                              11 am – 10 pm        

    Saturday                         10 am – 10 pm

    Sunday                            10 am – 9 pm

    Shangri_La Plaza Mall

    Robinsons Galleria – Frequented by students from nearby schools, the flagship mall of Robinsons Land Corporation is 5 levels of fun and entertainment. It also has the Lingkod Pinoy Center, a one-stop service center for government transactions like LTO, SSS, Pagibig etc.

    Address: EDSA cor. Ortigas Avenue, Quezon City

    Tel.: +63.2.397.1888 local 809, 813, 814 or 815

    Mall Hours:

    Sunday to Thursday   10 am – 9 pm

    Friday to Saturday     10 am – 10 pm                       

    MAKATI

    SM Makati – It may not be as big as the other Makati malls but SM Makati sure does have all the go-to stores you’ll need for your fashion needs. It also has a great food court and a branch of Crate and Barrel can also be found here. The mall is also seamlessly connected to Glorietta and Landmark and the MRT Ayala station for shoppers’ convenience.

    Address: SM Makati Building Ayala Center Brgy. San Lorenzo Village, Makati City

    Tel.: (02) 876-1111

    Mall Hours: 9 am – 9 pm

    Glorietta – Divided into 5 sections, Glorietta is composed of over 500 shops and restaurants. Relatively large in size, the young can enjoy their cinemas and arcades while the old can take delight in some classic dining options and timeless retail and home brands. It also houses a branch of Rustan’s Department Store.

    Address: Ayala Center, Ayala Avenue cor. Pasay Road, Makati Avenue and EDSA, Makati City

    Tel.: (632)752-7272

    Mall Hours: 10 am – 10 pm

    Greenbelt – Makati’s premier lifestyle and fashion center is filled with luxury brands like Louis Vuitton and Hermes, a posh department store called Adora, as well as foreign and local designer brands like Salvatore Ferragamo and Aranaz. There are also a lot of restaurants here from casual to fine dining. The mall, designed as a mall park with landscaped promenades and al fresco dining is a great place to take a walk amidst its lush greenery and enjoy some tranquil atmosphere in the middle of the bustling Makati CBD.

    Address: Ayala Center, Paseo de Roxas corner Legaspi Street and Esperanza Street, Makati City

    Tel: (632)757-4853

    Mall Hours:

    Monday to Thursday      11 am – 9 pm

    Friday to Saturday         11 am – 10 pm

    Sunday                              10 am – 9 pm

    Power Plant Mall – Built in an area where a power plant used to exist, Power Plant Mall in Rockwell Center Makati is an upscale mall with hundreds of shops catering to residents and guests of the plush district.

    Address: Rockwell Drive corner Estrella Street Makati City

    Tel.: 898-1702

    Mall Hours:

    Monday to Thursday     11 am – 9 pm

    Friday                               11 am – 11 pm

    Saturday                          10 am – 11 pm

    Sunday                             10 am – 10 pm


    Power plant mall

    MUNTINLUPA

    Alabang Town Center – Alabang Town Center or simply “Town” to Southerners is the go-to mall for weekends when you want to meet up with friends or bond with family. It has a cinema, a good number of restaurants to choose from, and a trendy melange of fashion shops.

    Address: Alabang-Zapote Road cor. Madrigal and Commerce Avenues, Alabang, Muntinlupa City

    Tel.: (632)842-2782             

    Mall Hours:

    Monday to Friday      11 am – 9 pm

    Saturday & Sunday   10 am – 10 pm

    Festival Supermall/Festival Alabang – Festival Supermall (now known as Festival Alabang) is a huge mall in the Muntinlupa area frequented for its array of retail shops and dining places. It is also a good place for kids with its Pixie Forest and train track. With an area of 20 hectares, this expansive shopping mall has over 700 stores to choose from. Here, you can definitely shop till you drop.

    Address: Filinvest City, Alabang, Muntinlupa City

    Contact Number: (02)850-3514

    Mall Hours: 10 am – 9 pm                 

    PASAY

    SM Mall of Asia – The country’s largest and the world’s third largest mall, SM Mall of Asia or MOA has become not just a shopping but a tourist destination in the Philippines. Its almost four-hectare floor area houses a plethora of retail, dining, and leisure options. It also has the country’s most ample mall parking area with 8,000 parking slots, 5,000 square meters of which are allotted for public utility vehicles and with 100 slots for tourist buses. It also has a Seaside Boulevard that is lined with dining shops by the Manila Bay, an amusement area, and food kiosks.

    Address: J.W. Diokno Boulevard, Mall of Asia Complex Pasay City

    Tel. no. 632 + 556-0680

    Mall Hours: 10 am – 10 pm

     

    Photos from ph.asiatatler.com, www.shangrila-properties.com and www.scentingasia.blogspot.com

                 
               
               
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