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This is a list of shopping malls in Metro Manila, the 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 Andrés Luna de San Pedro also housed the Manila Stock Exchange and was the Philippines' first air-conditioned building inaugurated on June 1, 1932.[1]

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.[1]

The first shopping mall of the enclosed, automobile-centered design type was Ali Mall in suburban Quezon City which opened in 1976.[2][3] This was followed by Harrison Plaza in Malate district which opened later that same year.[4]

Major shopping centers

These super-regional supermalls each have over a hundred local and international stores and are anchored by at least one department store and supermarket or hypermarket. 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 rail stations and established business districts within the metropolis. These malls serve not only the Metro Manila and Greater Manila Area residents, but also local and foreign tourists.

Name Image Location Developer Retail Space (m2) Year opened
Alabang Town Center Alabang–Zapote Road, Ayala Alabang, Muntinlupa Ayala Land 48,000[5] 1982
Ayala Malls Manila Bay Macapagal Boulevard, Bay City, Parañaque Ayala Land 190,000 2019
Evia Lifestyle Center
Evia Lifestyle Center's Atrium
Daang Hari Road, Las Piñas Vista Land[6] 120,000 2012
Fairview Terraces
Farview Terraces Inside
Quirino Highway corner Maligaya Drive, Novaliches, Quezon City Ayala Land 114,000 2014
Festival Alabang Corporate Avenue corner Civic Drive, Filinvest City, Alabang, Muntinlupa Filinvest Land 400,000[7] 1998
Gateway Mall Aurora Boulevard corner Gen. Aguinaldo Street, Araneta Center, Socorro, Quezon City Araneta Group 100,000[8] 2004
Glorietta Ayala Avenue, Makati CBD, Makati Ayala Land 250,000[9] 1991
Greenbelt Makati Avenue, Makati CBD, Makati Ayala Land 250,000[10] 1990
Market! Market! 26th Street corner C-5 Road, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig Ayala Land 170,000 2004
Power Plant Mall Rockwell Drive corner Estrella Street, Poblacion, Makati Lopez Holdings 41,000 2000
Robinsons Galleria EDSA corner Ortigas Avenue, Ortigas Center, Quezon City Robinsons Land 216,000 1990
Robinsons Manila Pedro Gil Street corner Adriatico Street, Ermita, Manila Robinsons Land 241,000[11] 1997
Shangri-La Plaza EDSA corner Shaw Boulevard, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong Shang Properties 175,000[12] 1991
SM Aura McKinley Parkway cor 26th Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig SM Prime Holdings 249,861[13] 2013
SM City Fairview Quirino Highway, Novaliches, Quezon City SM Prime Holdings 282,681 1997
SM Mall of Asia José W. Diokno Boulevard, Bay City, Pasay SM Prime Holdings 589,891[14] 2006
SM Megamall EDSA corner Julia Vargas Avenue, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong SM Prime Holdings 474,225[15] 1991
SM North EDSA EDSA corner North Avenue, Santo Cristo Quezon City SM Prime Holdings 497,213 1985
SM Southmall The SM Store Alabang–Zapote Road, Almanza Uno, Las Piñas SM Prime Holdings 205,120[16] 1995
Trinoma EDSA corner North Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City Ayala Land 195,000[8] 2007
U.P. Town Center Katipunan Avenue, U.P. Campus, Quezon City Ayala Land 174,000 2013

Community malls

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.

Robinsons Metro East
SM City Marikina
Driveway area of Starmall EDSA Shaw
Walter Mart Bicutan
Name Location Developer
500 Shaw Zentrum Mandaluyong Lica Land
Agora Mall Pedro Cruz, San Juan
Ali Mall Araneta Center, Quezon City Araneta Group
Anonas City Center Quezon City
Araneta Square Caloocan
Berkeley Square Quezon City
Cash & Carry Mall Palanan, Makati
Centris Station Quezon City Eton Properties
Circle C Center Quezon City
Colours Town Center Las Piñas
Deca Mall Tondo, Manila
Fairview Center Mall Quezon City
Farmers Plaza Araneta Center, Quezon City Araneta Group
Fisher Mall Malabon Malabon
Fisher Mall Quezon Avenue Quezon City
Floriad Lifestyle Las Piñas Vista Land
Graceland Plaza Marikina RMR Group of Companies
Guadalupe Commercial Center Makati
Hemady Square Quezon City
HK Sun Plaza Pasay
Il Terrazzo Mall Quezon City
Isetann Carriedo Santa Cruz, Manila Joymart Consolidated
Isetann Cinerama Recto Quiapo, Manila Joymart Consolidated
Isetann Cubao Araneta Center, Quezon City Joymart Consolidated
Jackman Plaza Quezon City
Lucky Gold Plaza Pasig
Makati Square Makati
Malabon Citisquare Malabon
Metro Towne Center Las Piñas
Novaliches Plaza Mall Quezon City
One Mall Valenzuela Valenzuela
Pearl Plaza Parañaque
Riverbanks Center Barangka, Marikina
RMR Square Tandang Sora, Quezon City RMR Group of Companies
Robinsons Metro East Pasig Robinsons Land
Robinsons Novaliches Novaliches, Quezon City Robinsons Land
Robinsons Otis Paco, Manila Robinsons Land
Robinsons Las Piñas Las Piñas Robinsons Land
Robinsons Malabon Malabon Robinsons Land
Robinsons Townville Regalado Quezon City Robinsons Retail Holdings, Inc.
Shaw Center Mall Mandaluyong
SM Center Las Piñas Las Piñas SM Prime Holdings
SM Center Muntinlupa Muntinlupa SM Prime Holdings
SM Center Pasig Ortigas Center, Pasig SM Prime Holdings
SM Center Sangandaan Caloocan SM Prime Holdings
SM Cherry Congressional Quezon City SM Prime Holdings
SM Cherry Shaw Mandaluyong SM Prime Holdings
SM City BF Parañaque BF Homes, Parañaque SM Prime Holdings
SM City Bicutan Don Bosco, Parañaque SM Prime Holdings
SM City East Ortigas Pasig SM Prime Holdings
SM City Grand Central Caloocan SM Prime Holdings
SM City Manila Ermita, Manila SM Prime Holdings
SM City Marikina Marikina SM Prime Holdings
SM City Novaliches Novaliches, Quezon City SM Prime Holdings
SM City San Lazaro Santa Cruz, Manila, Manila SM Prime Holdings
SM City Sta. Mesa Quezon City SM Prime Holdings
SM City Sucat San Dionisio, Parañaque SM Prime Holdings
SM City Valenzuela Karuhatan, Valenzuela SM Prime Holdings
South Station Alabang, Muntinlupa Filinvest Land
Star J Mall Malabon
Starmall Alabang Alabang, Muntinlupa Vista Land
Starmall EDSA Shaw Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong Vista Land
Starmall Las Piñas Annex Las Piñas Vista Land
Sunshine Plaza Mall FTI Complex, Taguig
The Marketplace Mall Mandaluyong
Tutuban Center (Centermall Building)[17] Tondo, Manila Prime Orion Philippines, Inc.; Ayala Property Management Corp.
UNITOP Santa Mesa Santa Mesa, Manila RI-RANCE Realty Corporation
University Mall Malate, Manila
Uniwide Metromall Las Piñas Uniwide Sales, Inc.
Victory Central Mall Caloocan
Victory Pasay Mall Pasay
Vista Mall Lakefront Muntinlupa Vista Land
Vista Mall Las Piñas Las Piñas Vista Land
Vista Mall Taguig Taguig Vista Land
W Mall[18] Bay City, Pasay WM Property Management Inc. and SM Investment Corp.
WalterMart Bicutan Parañaque WM Property Management Inc. and SM Investment Corp.
WalterMart E. Rodriguez Quezon City WM Property Management Inc. and SM Investment Corp.
WalterMart Makati Makati WM Property Management Inc. and SM Investment Corp.
WalterMart North EDSA Quezon City WM Property Management Inc. and SM Investment Corp.
WalterMart Sucat Parañaque WM Property Management Inc. and SM Investment Corp.
Z Square Mall Manresa, Quezon City
Zabarte Town Center Camarin, Caloocan

Lifestyle malls

Lifestyle centers in Metro Manila are located in upscale business districts and affluent areas like Makati CBD, 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.

Bonifacio High Street
Newport Mall
Ayala Malls Feliz
Century City Mall
Name Location Developer
Alabang West Parade Alabang West, Las Piñas Megaworld Corporation
Arcovia Parade Arcovia City, Pasig Megaworld Corporation[19]
Ayala Malls Circuit Carmona, Makati Ayala Land[20]
Ayala Malls Cloverleaf Balingasa, Quezon City Ayala Land[21]
Ayala Malls Feliz Dela Paz, Pasig Ayala Land
Ayala Malls Manila Bay Bay City, Parañaque Ayala Land
Ayala Malls Marikina Marikina Heights, Marikina Ayala Land[21]
Ayala Malls South Park Alabang, Muntinlupa Ayala Land[22]
Ayala Malls The 30th Ugong, Pasig Ayala Land[23]
Ayala Malls Vertis North Triangle Park, Quezon City Ayala Land
Bonifacio High Street Bonifacio Global City, Taguig Ayala Land
Century City Mall Poblacion, Makati Century Properties
Commercenter Alabang, Muntinlupa Philippine Allied Enterprises Corp.[24]
Eastwood Mall Eastwood City, Quezon City Megaworld Corporation[25]
Estancia Mall Kapitolyo, Pasig Ortigas & Company[26]
Forbes Town Center Bonifacio Global City, Taguig Megaworld Corporation[27]
Industria Mall Circulo Verde, Quezon City Ortigas & Company[28]
Lucky Chinatown Binondo, Manila Megaworld Corporation
Met Live Bay City, Pasay Federal Land[29]
Mitsukoshi BGC Bonifacio Global City, Taguig Mitsukoshi
Newport Mall Newport City, Pasay Megaworld Corporation[30]
Robinsons Magnolia New Manila, Quezon City Robinsons Land
Santolan Town Plaza Little Baguio, San Juan Lopez Holdings
The Grove by Rockwell Retail Row Ugong, Pasig Lopez Holdings[31]
The Village Square Alabang[32] Las Piñas Megaworld Corporation
Tuscany at McKinley Hill Bonifacio Global City, Taguig Megaworld Corporation[33]
Uptown Mall Bonifacio Global City, Taguig Megaworld Corporation[34]
Venice Grand Canal Pinagsama, Taguig Megaworld Corporation[35]

Strip malls

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
Pavilion at Greenfield District
Name Location
A. Venue Mall Poblacion, Makati
Active Fun Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
Blue Bay Walk Bay City, Pasay
Blue Wave-Marikina Marikina
Bonifacio Stop Over Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
C&B Circle Mall Marikina
Centris Station Triangle Park, Quezon City
Crossroads Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
Eastwood CityWalk Eastwood City, Quezon City
Forum South Global Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
Gate 3 Plaza Western Bicutan, Taguig
Harbour Square Malate, Manila
Jaka Plaza San Antonio, Parañaque
Lakefront Boardwalk Sucat, Muntinlupa
Mandala Park [36] Mandaluyong
Madison Square Greenhills Greenhills, San Juan
Madison Square Las Piñas Las Piñas
Madison Square Pioneer Mandaluyong
Manila Ocean Park Mall Ermita, Manila
Metrowalk Ugong, Pasig
Molito Alabang, Muntinlupa
One Parkade Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
Paseo de Magallanes Makati
Pavilion at Greenfield District Mandaluyong
Pearl Drive Commercial Center Quezon City
Pioneer Center Kapitolyo, Pasig
Plaza 66 Newport City, Pasay
San Antonio Plaza Forbes Park, Makati
San Antonio Shopping Center Parañaque
Santana Grove San Antonio, Parañaque
Silver City Ortigas East, Ugong, Pasig
SM by the Bay Bay City, Pasay
Sunshine Boulevard Plaza Quezon City
The Clubhouse at Temple Drive Quezon City
The Fort Strip Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
The Hub at Greenfield District Mandaluyong
The Portal at Greenfield District Mandaluyong
Two Parkade Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
U.P.-Ayala Land Technohub U.P. Campus, Quezon City
Westgate Center Alabang, Muntinlupa

Retail podiums

These retail centers are located within major office, hotel and residential buildings in business districts and townships around Metro Manila containing several dozen stores in the building's central atrium or podium.

Name Building Location
Alphaland Makati Place Mall Alphaland Makati Place Bel-Air, Makati
Alphaland Southgate Mall Alphaland Southgate Tower Magallanes, Makati
Arton Strip The Arton by Rockwell Loyola Heights, Quezon City
Ayala Malls One Ayala One Ayala Ayala Center, Makati
DMG Plaza California Garden Square Mandaluyong
DoubleDragon Plaza Podium[37] DoubleDragon Plaza Bay City, Pasay
Eastwood Cyber and Fashion Mall Cyber One Plaza Eastwood City, Quezon City
EWestMall[38] Eton WestEnd Square Makati
Green Mall Green Residences Malate, Manila
Jazz Mall SM Jazz Residences Bel-air, Makati
Light Mall SM Light Residences Mandaluyong
M Place Mall South Triangle M Place South Triangle South Triangle, Quezon City
Mezza Strip SM Mezza Residences Doña Imelda, Quezon City
One E-com Plaza One E-comCenter Bay City, Pasay
Paseo Center Paseo Center IT Building Makati
Prism Plaza @ Five E-comCenter Five E-comCenter Bay City, Pasay
Prism Plaza @ Two E-comCenter Two E-comCenter Bay City, Pasay
RCBC Plaza Podium RCBC Plaza Bel-air, Makati
R Square Mall R Square Residences Malate, Manila
S Maison[39] Conrad Manila Bay City, Pasay
San Lorenzo Place Podium San Lorenzo Place San Lorenzo, Makati
Serendra Piazza Serendra Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
Shoppes @ Victoria Victoria Towers Diliman, Quezon City
Shoppes @ Victoria Victoria de Manila Malate, Manila
Spark Place Spark Place Araneta Center, Quezon City
Sun Mall Sun Residences Santa Teresita, Quezon City
Sunsonic Electronics Plaza Sun Star Grand Hotel Quiapo, Manila
Techno Plaza 2 Techno Plaza 2 Eastwood City, Quezon City
The One Grand Center The One Santo Tomas Sampaloc, Manila
The Enterprise Center The Enterprise Center Tower 1 Makati
The Shoppes at Solaire Resort & Casino[40] Solaire Resort & Casino Bay City, Parañaque
The Shops at Ayala North Exchange Ayala North Exchange Towers Pio del Pilar, Makati
The Shops at Okada Manila[41] Okada Manila Bay City, Parañaque
The Shops at the Boulevard[42] City of Dreams Manila Bay City, Parañaque
Two E-com Plaza Two E-com Center Bay City, Pasay
The Podium BDO Corporate Center Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong
Three Central[32] Three Central Makati Bel-air, Makati
Times Plaza Mall Times Plaza Ermita, Manila
W Global Center W Global Center Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
Wil Tower Mall Wil Tower Diliman, Quezon City
Worldwide Corporate Center Worldwide Corporate Center Mandaluyong

Duty-free shopping centers

Located within a few miles of Ninoy Aquino International Airport, the Duty Free Philippines FiestaMall and Luxe Duty Free cater to the duty-free shopping needs of international travelers, tourists, and balikbayan people (Filipino nationals who are residents abroad).

Name Location
Duty Free Philippines Fiesta Mall Parañaque
Luxe Duty Free[43] Pasay

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.

Tiendesitas
Name Location
11/88 Mall Binondo, Manila
168 Shopping Mall Binondo, Manila
999 Shopping Mall Binondo, Manila
Baclaran Bagong Milenyo Plaza Pasay
Baclaran Galleria Shopping Mall Pasay
Baclaran Supermall Pasay
Baclaran Terminal Plaza Pasay
D8 Mall (Dragon8 Shopping Center)[44] Tondo, Manila
Harrison Wholesale Center Pasay
Odeon Terminal Mall Santa Cruz, Manila
Plaza Miranda Mall Quiapo, Manila
Shoppesville Arcade Greenhills, San Juan
SM Quiapo Quiapo, Manila
St. Francis Square Mall Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong
Tiendesitas Ugong, Pasig
Tutuban Center Tondo, Manila
Two Shopping Center Pasay

Under construction

Name Location Remarks
Ayala Malls Arca South FTI Complex, Taguig The retail anchor for Arca South mixed-use development by Ayala Land in Taguig expected to be completed by 2024.[45]
Ayala Malls Parklinks Parklinks, Quezon City

A 52,000-square-metre (560,000 sq ft) regional shopping mall being developed by the joint venture of Ayala Land and LT Group on 35 hectares (86 acres) of property along C-5 Road at the border of Quezon City and Pasig by the Marikina River.[46]

Ayala Malls Southvale Almanza Dos, Las Piñas A 6,000-square-metre (65,000 sq ft) mall along Daang Hari Road in Las Piñas.[21]
Westside Mall Bay City, Parañaque The retail component of Megaworld Corporation's Westside City, a 31-hectare (77-acre) mixed-use development in Parañaque that will also house the fourth integrated resort of Entertainment City called Westside City Resorts World. This lifestyle mall and its casino complex is expected to start initial operations in 2023.[47]

Defunct

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Name Location Type Developer Year closed Remarks
El Pueblo Real de Manila Julia Vargas Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig Strip mall 2021[48] Closed in July 2021.
Forum Robinsons EDSA, Barangka Ilaya, Mandaluyong Community mall Robinsons Malls 2022[49] Closed in April 2022.[49]
Harrison Plaza Adriatico Street, Malate, Manila Community mall SM Prime 2020[50] Closed at the end of 2019, but will be planned for renovation as SM Harrison to be opened on 2025.
Uniwide Coastal Mall Macapagal Boulevard, Tambo, Parañaque Community mall Uniwide Sales 2022[51] Permanently closed last 2014, and demolished on 2022.

See also

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