Top best shopping malls in Manila, Philippines

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Top best shopping malls in Manila, Philippines
Not only for shopping purposes, malls in the Philippines have become part of Filipinos’ everyday lives, witness to after-work errands, venues for special occasions, or simply places for strolling.

 
These establishments ensure that they are part of the most important Filipino traditions and celebrations, offering what they need and want, all throughout the year. Here is the list of 6 best malls in Metro Manila.
  • Robinsons Place Mall

    Robinsons Place MallRobinsons Place Mall

    Robinsons Place Mall is a popular place to shop due to its convenient location in the centre of Manila. The shopping mall may start to look a bit aged, but it delivers the goods whatever you are looking for. Housing department stores, boutiques, chain and independent restaurants, a food court and plenty of attractions, including a movie theatre, it is enjoyed by all those who are looking to shop with a mid-range budget.

  • Greenbelt Mall

    Greenbelt MallGreenbelt Mall

    If high-end shopping is what you are looking for, then Greenbelt Mall is the place to be. Owned by Ayala Malls and one of its flagship malls, this location consists of five buildings. Greenbelt 1 and Greenbelt 2 mostly feature fast food shops and restaurants, as well as branded shops.

    You will find high-end boutiques like Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, and Gucci within Greenbelt 4 and Greenbelt 5. Meanwhile, Greenbelt 3 features the cinemas and different international brands. Aside from the shopping area, there is a chapel within the Greenbelt Park. It’s also interconnected to another mall, The Landmark, which offers household goods, clothing, etc. at affordable prices.

  • SM City Manila

    SM City ManilaSM City Manila

    SM City Manila is one of the SM Group stores that can be found all around the Philippines (and even in China). It features all the SM chain-businesses such as SM Supermarket, SM Appliance Center, SM Cinemas and SM Food Court, as well as many chain stores such as Watson’s, National Bookstore, plus many independent boutiques and restaurants.

    SM City Manila is within walking distance of Intramuros, making it a convenient shopping place if you stay in this beautiful area of Manila.

  • SM Megamall

    SM MegamallSM Megamall

    Notable to the first mall to have ice skating rink in the country, this shopping mall has been through several major expansion since its opening in 1991. The initial size of 330,000 sqm has been expanded to 474,000 sqm. With larger leasable area, it now caters more than one thousand outlets, ranging from fashion to dining. The mall has a maximum capacity of 4 million people.

  • Glorietta

    GloriettaGlorietta

    What was initially planned to be a part Makati Commercial Center has been transformed into a 250,000 sqm shopping mall. Starting its operation in 1992, the mall was then divided into three sections, Glorietta 1, 2 and 3. The mall has been through some changes since then, the addition of Glorietta 4 in 1998 and the stand-alone building of Glorietta 5 away from the other four sections.

    Managed by Ayala Malls, this mall provides a complete package of leisure entertainment such as cinema, theme park, entertainment hub, etc.

  • 168 Shopping Mall

    168 Shopping Mall168 Shopping Mall

    Located along the busy streets of St. Elena and Soler Streets in Binondo, Chinatown, the 168 Shopping Mall is a must-visit spot for those looking for the best bargains, from commodities to novelty items, RTW’s, and hardware.

    This shopping complex houses over 500 tenants that sell apparel, toys, gifts, and decor at low and affordable wholesale and retail prices. If you’re looking to shop within your budget and find it hard to keep on bargaining, then 168 Shopping Mall is the place you should head over to.

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