Metro Manila · Glorietta Malls

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Originally a park, Glorietta today forms the heart of Ayala Center, the giant shopping district of Makati City with its interconnected malls and department stores. Glorietta offer a wide variety of retail products, dining options and entertainment, making it a popular venue for family shopping sprees as well as night outs with friends.

About the Mall

Glorietta is owned by the Ayala Family, Makati's old business dynasty. Formerly just a 5-storey retail building, it was developed into a full-scale mall by Ayala Land in the latter part of the 80s.

Glorietta 1 to 4 are connected with each other and with neighbouring shopping malls Greenbelt, Rustan's Makati, SM Makati, and The Landmark. Only Glorietta 5, located across Rustan's Makati, is detached from the others sections. In the center of Glorietta you find the Activity Center, an open space used for fairs, mass, sales, contests, and other events. It is not always easy to find your way around in Glorietta 1 to 5, also because the mall has constantly been expanded and/or redesigned in the last 15 years.

The numerous Philippine and international stores in Glorietta offer a wide variety of retails goods for every wallet size. The mall provides Megacitizens with everything they need, except for a supermarket. For that you have the nearby grocery stores in SM Makati, Rustan's and Landmark, all of which you can reach without even stepping outside.

Glorietta also satisfies food cravings through a number of restaurants and its food court. Many restaurants have been added with the recent extension of Glorietta 1 and 2 in 2013/14.

Tel: (63) 2 752 7272

Website: ayalamalls.com.ph

Location And How To Get There

The Glorietta malls are located within Legazpi Village Hotspot. For the exact location, refer to the map on the right side.

All buses that go through Ayala Avenue stop right in front of Glorietta for unloading. The nearest loading zone would be at the Philippine Stock exchange, though. The nearest train stop is MRT Ayala Station at EDSA. From there it is less than 10 minutes by foot and you can walk straight through SM Makati.

If you are already in Makati, it is worth considering to just walk to Glorietta. An elevated walkway leads all the way through Legazpi Village via Greenbelt to Glorietta malls.

Guide for Megacitizens

Store List

Have a look at the store list here

Taxi Lines and Parking

The taxi lines are located at the entrances of Glorietta 3 and 4. It can take a while before you are able to catch a cab, especially during closing time and after watching a late night movie. Usually it should not take you more than fifteen minutes to wait in queue, though.

Basement parking as well as several options for drop off and pick up by a private car are available.

Movies and Entertainment

The cinema is located in Glorietta 4. To check out the movie schedules and buy tickets, click here.

Glorietta also hosts an arcade section, adjacent to the movie theatres.

Mall Hours

Sunday to Thursday: 10 am - 9 pm
Friday to Saturday: 10 am - 10 pm

28th Negros Trade Fair

The 28th Negros Trade Fair took place from September 25 to 29, 2013, in the Glorietta Activity Center, Makati City.

28th Negros Trade Fair

Experience New Zealand Food Fair

An event held at Glorietta on May 17-19, 2013.

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Visitors of the 28th Negros Trade Fair were presented with a wide variety of (all-natural) goods and products from the Visayan island - also attracting prominent guests.