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Köpcentrum
“The biggest mall in the Philippines with an ice skating rink and iMax movie, filled with almost every brand you can think of. It also houses "Kultura", a shop where you can purchase Filipino made items.”
  • 204 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Köpcentrum
“A large upscale shopping mall that’s full of amazing branded shops, world-class cinemas, vast rooftop gardens and so much more!”
  • 107 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
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“This gigantic mall at the centre of Ortigas is a must visit place. An experience indoors you may never have from other malls. Be early only as parking though huge, due to popularity, is becoming difficult. ”
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Köpcentrum
“Century City Mall is the mall of modern Makati, a remarkable, world-class shopping and entertainment complex with a vibrant range of shops, services, and restaurants – and the most cutting-edge cinemas in Metro Manila. Young parents can drop off their kids at Kidzoona, friends can catch a movie at the cinemas, or simply enjoy dinner at Hole in the Wall, one of the first modern Food Halls in Metro Manila.”
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Köpcentrum
“The ultimate Makati shopping destination. You will surely enjoy not only the shops, but also the restaurants, bars, cinemas and amusement centers. Ayala Center, Ayala Avenue corner Pasay Road, Makati Avenue and EDSA, Makati”
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Köpcentrum
“Greenbelt Mall is only a 6 minute drive from the property. Greenbelt Mall, a complex of five contemporary buildings. What is truly unique about this mall is that each section (Greenbelt 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5) has its own style of architecture and features. Greenbelt 1 still has its own quaint little retail shops but is more concentrated on electronics and home appliances. Greenbelt 2 is comprised of fine dining restaurants. Greenbelt 3 has high- end retail shops on the ground floor, and coffee shops that have become the favorite hangout place for many coffee lovers. Exclusive retail stores include: Hermes, Calvin Klein, Kate Spade, Marks and Spencer, Kenneth Cole, Lacoste and more. The second floor has restaurant, bookshops and more. There are connecting walkways from Greenbelt 3 and 4 to Landmark and Glorietta. The cinemas are located in Greenbelt 3. Greenbelt 4 is small compared to Greenbelt 3. The space accommodate the shops of Louie Vuitton, Salvatore Ferregamo, Jimmy Choo, Balenciaga, Prada, Bulgari, Charriol, Gucci and other higher-end shops. Greenbelt 5’s main feature are the shops of top-caliber Filipino designers though there are also imported high end shops like Patek Philippe, Rolex, Panerai, Zara, Yves Saint Laurent, Banana Republic, Liz Clairborne, Paul Smith, Balenciaga and more. There are restaurants of all kinds and types at Greenbelt 2, 3,and 5. For fast food dining, Greenbelt 1 is the place to be. The Greenbelt Mall has a hodgepodge of clienteles. Though middle income can easily afford fine dining and some branded items at the mall, only the rich and moneyed can afford to buy the upper scale store merchandise, like $1000 handbags, without batting an eyelash. Hours: The mall is open every day. Shops open at 10:00 A.M. and close at 10:00 P.M. Coffee shops at the courtyard are open most days 24/7. Parking is not a problem.”
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Köpcentrum
“Another huge shopping mall just found adjacent to SM Aura. It has plenty of stores, a food court, a cinema, a laser game center, and so much more. ”
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Casino
“Address: Newport Blvd, Newport City, Pasay 1309 This is a high end entertainment center with high end shopping, many restaurants, a movie theater, casino, and hotels. A family friendly area. 15 minutes away from Azure if no traffic.”
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Köpcentrum
“Robinson Place Manila is a huge mall in manila with a 240,000sqm. over 500 shops. 50 meters away from birch tower.”
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Köpcentrum
“What is truly unique about this mall is that each section (Greenbelt 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5) has its own style of architecture and features. You'll find a lot of the must-try restaurants here and also a great place to visit for some retail therapy.”
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Köpcentrum
“Great for shopping for branded Clothes and Shoes. Lots of Restaurant are there also. Rustants Supermarket also is there for your needs during your stay.”
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Köpcentrum
“A famous EDSA Revolution landmark along one of the busiest intersections in Quezon City (Ortigas Avenue and EDSA), Robinsons Galleria Ortigas is the flagship mall of Robinsons Land Corporation. ”
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Köpcentrum
“Closest mall from the property, just 3-5 minute walk. Not crowded like SM Megamall, if you like a relaxing stroll inside the mall, this is the place to be. ”
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Köpcentrum
“A 5-minute walk for you to do your shopping, buy grocery items, watch movies, eat at your favorite restaurant erc...”
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Casino
“Lots of different choices of food that will surely please the tastebuds at reasonable prices. ”
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Köpcentrum
“SM Makati Built in September 1975, SM Makati is the flagship store of Shoe Mart, a small shoe retail store that had its roots in the 1950s. The first retail store was founded by Henry Sy Senior right in the heart of Carriedo, Manila’s commercial district in the 1950s up to mid 70s. In the 1950s Sy traveled back and forth to New York to buy shoes to sell in his store and get ideas on how to be successful in the retail industry. His diligence paid off and by 1972 he built his first department store in Quiapo, a stone’s throw away from his humble Carriedo store. The move to Makati was a clever one. Manila was slowly deteriorating due to congestion and maybe its proximity to Malacanang and the University belt where demonstrations and rallies were evident prior to the and because of the declaration of Martial Law. Makati was slowly being groomed into the new commercial district and any company who can afford the move to Makati slowly but surely packed their corporations and settled in Makati. Henry Sy Sr. saw that and built his first flagship department store in Makati. The idea of one store selling all that one could possibly need was a success! Though the initial items sold at SM were inferior in quality as compared with the then Class A smaller-scale department store Rustan’s, SM was still a hit because it was selling very affordable items. The store eventually upgraded its services and quality of items sold. Today, shopping at SM has come a long way. The SM Makati branch was revamped a few years back and has now walkways to neighboring Glorietta 1 and a direct access to the MRT station. One can literally shop for everything one needs at SM Makati. It is a department store and not a mall, although the department store itself carries numerous local and imported named-brands of clothes and shoes. Items sold at SM are quite affordable and of good quality too. There are no cinemas at SM Makati since it is solely a big department store. There are satellite coffee shops and snack bars in specific areas and a fast food center at the lower ground where the supermarket is. SM has now 37 supermalls nationwide and as its ad says “it is truly a one-”
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