List of shopping malls in Metro Manila
This is a list of shopping malls in Metro Manila, Philippines.
The first enclosed shopping mall in the metropolis was Crystal Arcade located along Escolta Street in the downtown district of Binondo. This art deco building designed by Andres Luna de San Pedro y Pardo de Tavera also housed the Manila Stock Exchange and was the Philippines' first air-conditioned building inaugurated on June 1, 1932.
Prior to the Pacific War, Escolta Street was also home to the city's first standalone department stores, including H.E. Heacock, until then the largest department store in the Philippines, opening in 1900, and the Aguinaldo Department Store, the most premium store in the Philippines opening in 1921. Other notable stores in the 1920s and 1930s include the upscale La Puerta del Sol and Estrella del Norte.
The first shopping mall of the enclosed, automobile-centered design type was Ali Mall in suburban Quezon City which opened in 1976. This was followed by Harrison Plaza in Malate district which opened later that same year.
Major shopping centers
These supermalls each have over a hundred local and international stores and are anchored by at least one department store and supermarket. They are also the largest malls in Metro Manila which feature not just stores but also attractions: movie theaters, rides, skating rinks, bowling alleys and other recreational facilities. Each provides thousands of automobile parking spaces and are located mostly near LRT and MRT stations in established business districts within the metropolis.
Community or regional shopping centers in Metro Manila are built around one department store or supermarket and are enclosed. These shopping centers are located mostly in suburban residential areas of the metropolis and typically cater to the basic shopping needs of area residents.
|500 Shaw Zentrum||Mandaluyong||Super 8|
|Agora Mall||San Juan||Puregold|
|Ali Mall||Quezon City
|Rustan's Express, SM Store|
|Alphaland Southgate Mall||Makati||Super 8|
|Berkeley Square||Quezon City||Robinsons Supermarket|
|Cash & Carry Mall||Makati|
|Centris Station||Quezon City
|Circle C Center||Quezon City||Robinsons Supermarket|
|Eastwood CyberOne Mall||Quezon City
|Ever Gotesco Commonwealth||Quezon City|
|Ever Gotesco Grand Central||Caloocan
|Ever Gotesco Manila Plaza||Manila
|Ever Gotesco Ortigas||Pasig|
|Fairview Center Mall||Quezon City||Rustan's Supermarket|
|Fairview Terraces||Quezon City||Puregold, Wellworth|
|Fisher Mall||Quezon City||Fisher Supermarket, Fisher Fashion Store, Western Appliances, Ace Hardware, Toy Kingdom, Crossfit Halcyon|
|Forum Robinsons||Mandaluyong||Automatic Centre, Robinsons|
|Grand Plaza Mall||Caloocan|
|Guadalupe Commercial Center||Makati|
|SM Department Store, SM Hypermarket, Shopwise|
|HK Sun Plaza||Pasay|
|Isetann Cinerama Recto||Manila
|Isetann Cubao||Quezon City
|Isetann Wholesale Store||Manila
|Jackman Plaza||Quezon City||Savemore|
|Jazz Mall||Makati||SM Hypermarket|
|LRT North Mall||Caloocan
|Makati Cinema Square||Makati||Plaza Fair|
|Metro Point||Pasay||Shopwise Shopwise Express Lanes|
|New Farmers Plaza||Quezon City
|Novaliches Plazza Mall||Quezon City||SM Savemore Market|
|Riverbanks Center||Marikina||Off-Price Department Store, Savemore|
|Robinsons Magnolia||Quezon City
|Robinsons, Toys "R" Us|
|Robinsons Place Metro East||Pasig||Fitness First, Robinsons|
|Robinsons Nova Market||Quezon City
|Robinsons, Robinson's Supermarket, Robinson's Appliances Center, Handyman Do It Center, Bargain Exchange|
|Robinsons Town Mall Malabon||Malabon||Robinsons, Handyman, Robinsons Appliance Center|
|Silver City Automall||Pasig
|SM Center Las Piñas||Las Piñas||SM Hypermarket|
|SM Center Muntinlupa||Muntinlupa||SM Hypermarket|
|SM Center Pasig||Pasig
|SM Center Valenzuela||Valenzuela||SM Hypermarket|
|SM City BF Parañaque||Parañaque
|The SM Store, SM Supermarket, Director's Club Cinemas, Ace Hardware, Our Home, Watsons, SM Appliance Center, Uniqlo|
|SM City Bicutan||Parañaque||The SM Store, SM Hypermarket|
|SM City Fairview||Quezon City
|Fitness First, The SM Store, SM Hypermarket, Toy Kingdom, IMAX (Soon), Director's Club Cinemas (Soon), Ace Hardware, SM Supermarket, Forever 21, Uniqlo|
|SM City Manila||Manila
|SM Supermarket, The SM Store, Ace Hardware, SM Cyberzone|
|SM City Marikina||Marikina||The SM Store, SM Supermarket, SM Cyberzone, SM Appliance Center, Ace Hardware|
|SM City Novaliches||Quezon City
|The SM Store|
|SM City San Lazaro||Manila
|The SM Store, SM Hypermarket|
|SM City Santa Mesa||Manila
|The SM Store, SM Supermarket, Toy Kingdom, Ace Hardware|
|SM City Sucat||Parañaque||The SM Store, SM Hypermarket|
|Star J Mall||Malabon|
|Starmall Alabang||Muntinlupa||Finds, Robinsons|
|Starmall EDSA Shaw||Mandaluyong||Finds, Puregold|
|Starmall Las Piñas||Las Piñas||Finds, Puregold|
|The Market Place Mall||Mandaluyong||Ekonomart|
|Tutuban Center (Centermall Building)||Tondo, Manila||Robinson's Department Store, Robinson's Supermarket, Automatic Centre |
|Value Station||Quezon City
|Victory Central Mall||Caloocan
|Victory Pasay Mall||Pasay
|WalterMart E. Rodriguez||Quezon City||Abenson Appliance, WalterMart Supermarket|
|WalterMart Makati||Makati||Robinson's Department Store, Abenson Appliance, Walter Mart Supermarket|
|WalterMart North EDSA||Quezon City||Mi Department Store, Abenson Appliance, WalterMart Supermarket|
|WalterMart Sucat||Parañaque||LCC Department Store, Abenson Appliance, WalterMart Supermarket|
|WalterMart Bicutan||Parañaque||Uno Factory Outlet, Abenson Appliance, WalterMart Supermarket|
|Zabarte Town Center||Caloocan||SM Supermarket|
Lifestyle centers in Metro Manila are located in upscale business districts and affluent areas like Taguig, Ortigas Center, and Bonifacio Global City. Many of these boutique malls are open-air and are popular dining and entertainment venues for Manila's elite.
Strip malls consist mainly of food outlets and several stores and businesses sharing one parking lot. These casual dining and retail centers have become popular hangouts among young professionals in Manila.
|Blue Bay Walk||Pasay|
|Centris Walk||Quezon City
|Eastwood CityWalk||Quezon City
|El Pueblo Real de Manila||Pasig
|Madison Square Greenhills||San Juan|
|Madison Square Pioneer||Mandaluyong|
|Paseo de Magallanes||Makati|
|Pavilion at Greenfield District||Mandaluyong|
|SM by the Bay||Pasay|
|The Fort Strip Mall||Bonifacio Global City|
|The Hub at Greenfield District||Mandaluyong|
|The Portal at Greenfield District||Mandaluyong|
Duty-free shopping center
Located within a few miles of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, the Duty Free Philippines FiestaMall caters only to the duty-free shopping needs of international travelers, tourists, and Balikbayan people (Filipino nationals who are residents abroad).
|Duty Free Philippines Fiesta Mall||Parañaque|
Bargain malls and open-air shopping plazas
Bargain malls in Manila are popular among locals and tourists alike. These independent retailers are mostly housed in enclosed malls which often spill into surrounding streets. They sell everything from ready-to-wear clothes, electronic items to jewelries.
|168 Shopping Mall||Manila
|999 Shopping Mall||Manila
|Baclaran Bagong Milenyo Plaza||Pasay|
|Baclaran Galleria Shopping Mall||Pasay|
|Baclaran Terminal Plaza||Pasay|
|Divisoria Mall (closed)||Manila
|Greenhills Shopping Center||San Juan|
|Harrison Wholesale Center||Pasay|
|Plaza Miranda Mall||Quiapo|
|St. Francis Square Mall||Mandaluyong
|Tutuban Center (Prime Block Building)||Manila
|Two Shopping Center||Pasay|
|Cherry Foodarama||Mandaluyong, Quezon City|
|CVC Fresh Supermarket||Caloocan, Valenzuela|
|CW Home Depot||Alabang, Balintawak, Las Piñas, Makati, Manila Bay, Ortigas|
|MC Home Depot||Bonifacio, Ortigas|
|S&R Membership Shopping||Alabang, Aseana, Bonifacio, Congressional|
|Shopwise||Alabang, Commonwealth, Cubao, Libis, Makati, Manila, Sucat|
|South Supermarket||Alabang, Marikina, Pasig, Valenzuela|
|Wilcon Builder's Depot||Las Piñas, Makati, Muntinlupa, Parañaque, Quezon City|
The markets are housed indoors with stalls of independent vendors also occupying the surrounding streets.
|Arranque Market||Santa Cruz|
|Balintawak Market||Quezon City|
|Dangwa Flower Market||Sampaloc|
|Galas Market||Quezon City|
|Farmers Market||Quezon City|
|Marikina Market Mall||Marikina|
|Muñoz Market||Quezon City|
|Nepa Q Mart||Quezon City|
|Pasig City Mega Market||Pasig City|
|Salazar Fruit Market||Binondo|
|San Andres Market||San Andres|
|Santa Ana Market||Santa Ana|
Shopping malls under construction
|Solaire Resort & Casino||Parañaque
|A newly opened resort casino complex with upscale retail outlets expected to be completed in 2014 as part of its Phase 1A expansion project.|
|City of Dreams Manila (Belle Grande)||Parañaque
|The second integrated resort complex to open in Entertainment City Manila will feature a 60,000 to 80,000 sq. m. mall. Construction is expected to be completed in 2013.|
|Circuit Lane||Makati||A retail riverwalk project by Ayala Land at Circuit Makati (former Santa Ana Race Track).|
|SM City South Novaliches||Quezon City
|SM Center Commonwealth||Quezon City||TBA|
|Fisher Mall Malabon||Malabon||TBA|
|Robinsons Place Las Piñas||Las Piñas||Opens late-2014.|
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