October 11, 2019

Mall of Asia Complex Is A Boundless Space for Entertainment and Leisure

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  • Unbounded by entrapping walls and doors is an enormous complex that cocoon gigantic patches of space serving different purposes—and entering its expanse is like signing yourself up for a day induced with varying kinds of entertainment.

    From concerts where every pint of energy are used to a sound experience in a Ferris wheel cabin where it can be restored, the Mall of Asia Complex is the place to be if you’re seeking for infinite leisure.

    Also read: The Bay City: An Entertainment Maze You’ll Never Want to Leave

    SM Mall of Asia

    Dubbed as one of the largest shopping malls in Asia, SM MOA is undeniably dripping with opulence with regard to entertainment choices and leisure options.

    It stands as tall and vast primarily because of the copious shops offering a complete shopping experience like the newly-opened Paragon by the Penthouse, as well as food stalls and restaurants that cater to every palate at any time of the day like the sought-after Blackbeard’s Seafood Island.

    Address: SM Mall of Asia Complex, J.W. Diokno Boulevard, Pasay City
    Facebook: facebook.com/smmallofasia

    Also read: Paragon by the Penthouse: A Modern Shopping Experience

    SMX Convention Center

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    Also known as SMX Manila, SMX Convention Center in the vicinity of MOA Complex remains a prime location for formal gatherings involving a plethora of people. Such gatherings encompass expositions and exhibitions, fairs, industry conventions, seminars, as well as corporate and social functions.

    To date, the 17,480-square meter expanse of SMX Manila is house to four exhibition halls, five function rooms, and 15 meeting rooms that can overall cater to 18,000 guests.

    Address: Seashell Lane, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City
    Website: smxconventioncenter.com/smx-manila
    Contact: 02-8556-8888 loc. 2015 or 2016
    Facebook: facebook.com/smxccmanila

    Mall of Asia Arena

    Standing adamantly with a ginormous eye as its distinctive facade is the Mall of Asia Arena, a place where people from different worlds convene by virtue of their founded love for something.

    Be it a concert, sports league, or luxurious events like wedding receptions, MOA Arena bears witness to these special moments amid the ordinary days.

    Because of this—more often than not—emotions peak the highest in this enormous arena.

    Address: Mall of Asia Complex, J.W. Diokno Boulevard, Pasay City
    Website: mallofasia-arena.com
    Facebook: facebook.com/moaarena

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    SM By the Bay

    Like most edges that beam with peculiarity, that of MOA Complex does too.

    SM By the Bay is a long stretch of connected spaces dedicated to bring only the finest bits of happiness to its guests—whether through a variety of food or a quiet moment on the seawall.

    It also boasts of a mini amusement park with rides like the Dancing Barge, Dream Twister, and Lolly Swing, as well as a fountain that beautifully lights up at night.

    Foremost, it is where the slow-moving MOA Eye quietly sits, kind of like a warden overlooking the vast property. Unabashedly, outdoors in the city has never been this quaint.

    Address: Seaside Boulevard Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City

    Also read: The Roadhouse Manila Bay: An Intimate Hangout Spot in Bay City

    Apart from these forefront locations within the entirety of MOA Complex, there is also the Conrad Hotel that houses the S’Maison mall where various museums and restaurants find refuge.

    How to get here

    • By car: From Roxas Boulevard, turn to EDSA /C-4. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto J.W. Diokno Boulevard and turn to Marina Way.
    • By public transportation: Ride the MRT and alight at Taft Station then ride a cab bound to MOA. You can also ride a bus bound to Pasay area.

    This first appeared in Philippine Primer’s Japanese and English Magazine October 2019 issue.

               
               
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