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Shopping in Manila

Posted by on Nov 13th, 2009
Filed Under: Manila, Questions

Question

Unknown: Can you suggest some nice places to go shopping in Manila?

Answer

Editor addon

Ryan: If you are in Manila, theire are a LOT of choices of where to shop. For sought after Philippine pearls- head out to the Greenhills Shopping Centre in San Juan (also in Metro Manila); for middle to extremely high end boutiques – head to Shangrila Plaza Mandaluyong, The Podium Ortigas, Powerplant Mall in Rockwell, Glorietta Mall, Greenbelt Mall, Market Market at the Fort and the Mall of Asia (one of the top 10 largest malls in the world) on Roxas Boulevard. These are just some of the choices. You may drop by at the weekend markets in Makati’s Salcedo (Saturdays) and Legazpi (Sunday) Parks where they sell organic produce from different parts of the country as well native arts and crafts and varied international cuisines.
Cheers.
Ryan

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One Response to “Shopping in Manila”

  1. Api says:

    If ever you seek for ammenities and shops that the malls in Manila offer (and you find yourself in Pampanga), Marquee Mall is the best in the North and the closest one that you could find.

    Food establishments are superb because the mall itself is like Greenbelt meets Trinoma meets Bonifacio High Street. Plus you get to experience shops and boutiques that provide a little different option than what the shops in SM offer. It’s cinemas are quite small frankly (and the fact that there are only 4 cinemas), but nevertheless the feel is the same. For some pictures of the mall’s inside and out, please do check my photostream:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/alfiesnothings/

    Thank yoou! :-)

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