Still not done with your Christmas Shopping? Here are the mall hours for the holiday season 2016 in Manila.
Apart from H&M, other international clothing brands have found their way into Philippine soil. Megacitizens need not worry about missing their favorite clothing label as they can easily be found in Metro Manila malls.
Lucky Chinatown Mall is not only a mall but also a regular venue for Chinese festivities, such as the Mid-Autumn Festival, the Chinese Movie Festival, the Dragon Boat Festival, the Filipino-Chinese Friendship Day, and - most importantly - Chinese New Year. As the name indicates you find this upscale mall in the middle of Manila's Chinatown, Binondo.
The Alabang Town Center is always good for some shopping in the Alabang Hotspot. And more than that, its cozy atmosphere and choice of restaurants invites for a luncheon with colleagues or dinner with friends and family. The mediterranean ambiance shields from the busy life in the Megacity.
Greenfield District is fast rising as one of the most vibrant mixed-use developments in Metro Manila. The name of the district is derived from the open park located in the area.
For lack of public space, shopping malls are often the primary venue for social life in Philippine towns and cities, particularly in Metro Manila, where you find some of the world's largest malls. This section gives an overview of the Megacity's most important malls, their locations, special features and what you can find and do in each of them.
Opening its doors in Manila in the latter part of 2014, City of Dreams ushered in a new brand of entertainment into the Philippine capital. Offering an exhilarating gaming experience, this part of Entertainment City also has hotels, exclusive clubs, and a range of world-class restaurants.