Metro Manila · The Landmark

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Strictly speaking, The Landmark it is not a mall but a large department store, selling you clothing, household goods and other every day items for a very reasonable price. Affordable products and the location in the very middle of Makati's shopping district make this department store the top choice for many of Manila's shoppers.

About the Mall

The Landmark Department Store offers a quality atmosphere for shoppers. Compared to other department stores in the metro where sales attendants hustle or hurry customers, the Landmark shopping experience is more relaxed.

On the ground floor, you will find a bazaar corner, where all kinds of clothes and accessories are sold for a reasonable price. In addition, this area offers entertainment from time to time, such as dancers, musicians, and games.

On the upper floors you find more clothes, toys, philippine handicraft and souvenirs, an electrical appliances store, furniture, and all kinds of household goods.

To make the Landmark a real one-stop shopping experience, the basement awaits you with a big food court, stalls selling Philippine delicacies, and a well-stocked supermarket. The supermarket in particular is popular among expats from all over the world, thanks to its wide selection of imported products.

In 2015, a second branch of The Landmark was opened beside Trinoma Mall in Quezon City.

Tel: (63) 2 810 9990

Website: http://www.landmark.com.ph/

Location And How To Get There

Landmark is located at Makati Avenue in Makati City. On the first floor it is directly connected to the Greenbelt on one side and to the Glorietta malls on the other (making this floor by far the busiest, with many shoppers just passing through).

There are jeepneys stoping right in front of Landmark, please refer to this map.

The nearest bus stops are Glorietta and Paseo de Roxas/Stock Exchange along Ayala Avenue.

If you are already in Makati it is worth considering to just walk there, especially for an after work drink or dinner. An overpass leads all the way through Legazpi Village via Greenbelt to Landmark.

Guide for Megacitizens

Supermarket

You find a supermarket and grocery store in the basement.

Taxi Line and Parking

There is a taxi line at the exit facing Glorietta, where you can get a cab without having to haggle about extra charge with the driver. This line can get very long at times, though, in which case you can try the Greenbelt taxi line or better the Glorietta queues nearby.

Mall Hours

Monday to Saturday: 10 am - 8.30 pm (Supermarket: 8.30 am to 9.30 pm)

Sunday: 10 am - 8 pm (Supermarket: 8.30 am - 8.30 pm)

Jeepney Terminal in Landmark

Child Playing in an Event at Landmark

Lining up for a Cab at Landmark Makati