170 locals recommend · Estimated price 1 out of 4 ·
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An all in one shopping area, good restaurants, movie house, arcades, hair salons, body wellness areas ie. facial, manicure, pedicure, etc., medical & dental clinics, supermarket, etc.
2nd largest shopping mall in PH. from local to international brands. just few minutes ride from Eastwood City.
Because you can shop for everything here, the biggest mall in this part of town. Just to give you an idea, there are ten cinemas here.
One of the biggest malls in Manila (and maybe Asia). Everything you need, kids entertainment, books, clothes, shoes, sporting goods, toys, barber shops, dental/medical clinics, beauty salon...
SM Megamall is a great place for shopping. Filipinos are known for mall-culture and locals frequent this place. The restaurants have a variety of international and local cuisines foodies love this mall! There are ATMs and Banks located inside. There’s a huge department store, about 4-5 floors and…
The mall is located in the Ortigas Center at the portion encompassed by Mandaluyong City. It stands along the main EDSA thoroughfare and is almost adjacent to the Ortigas MRT Station. "Where everything you need is placed."
One of the largest SM Supermalls located in the Ortigas business district of Metro Manila. More specialty shops and resto, department stores and coffee shops. Visit its olympic-sized ice skating rink at the fifth floor of the mall.
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“One of Manila's fanciest shopping malls, with spacious atria, nice lighting, and pleasant low-key music, unlike most malls. Secret store for specialty gifts: Von Fass. It sells high quality oils, vinegars, liqueurs, and whisky. ”
- 28 locals recommend
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