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Shangri-La Plaza
Shangri-La Plaza logo
Shangri-La Plaza in 2020, as seen from Internal Avenue
LocationMandaluyong, Philippines
Coordinates14°34′52.2″N 121°03′18.2″E / 14.581167°N 121.055056°E / 14.581167; 121.055056
AddressEDSA corner Shaw Boulevard, Wack-Wack Greenhills, Ortigas Center
Opening dateNovember 21, 1991; 32 years ago (1991-11-21)
DeveloperEDSA Properties Holdings Inc.
Kuok Group of Companies
ManagementKuok Philippine Properties, Inc.
OwnerKuok Group of Companies
No. of stores and servicesMore than 300 shops and restaurants
No. of anchor tenants9
Total retail floor area175,000 m2 (1,880,000 sq ft)
No. of floorsMain Mall: 9 floors (6 retail floors, 2 carpark levels, 1 basement)

East Wing: 6 floors + 2 basement carpark levels

North Wing: 10+ floors
Public transit accessMetro interchange 3 Shaw Boulevard

Shangri-La Plaza is a shopping mall located in Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong, Philippines. It is owned and operated by the Kuok Group of Companies, the owner of the worldwide chain of Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts. Shangri-La Plaza opened on November 21, 1991 and contains more than 300 shops and restaurants.


Shangri-La Plaza is located along Shaw Boulevard corner Epifanio de los Santos Avenue, Barangay Wack-Wack Greenhills, Mandaluyong. It is adjacent and directly connected to other Shangri-La properties, Edsa Shangri-La, Manila, The St. Francis Shangri-La Place and One Shangri-La Place. It is also near other shopping centers such as SM Megamall and Starmall EDSA-Shaw and the Greenfield District.

Physical details

Main Wing

Main Wing interior

Opened in 1991, the Main Wing of the mall has 6 retail floors, 1 basement level of shops and restaurants, and 2 carpark levels above the retail floors. The Food Forum (formerly called Garden Court) is located in the mall's basement level, featuring several food stalls and fast food chains, as well as a few other restaurant chains, Also located at the basement level are The Marketplace (formerly called Rustan's Fresh Supermarket, Rustan's Fresh Supermarket, and Marketplace by Rustan's) and the Technohub. The second floor of the main wing serves as an atrium to the other four floors above it, wherein its open space is often used for events. There are also escalators in the main wing's atrium that skip odd-numbered floors, allowing faster access to the 2nd, 4th, and 6th floors.

The Ledge is a portion of the sixth floor of the main mall where various international and local restaurant chains can be found. Streetscape is an al fresco area with various local and international restaurant chains as well. Another retail zone named The Fifth, located at the fifth level, caters to a young retail market and beside it is the health and wellness zone. The Red Carpet, formerly called the Shang Cineplex until its 2018 renovation,[1] is located on the sixth and seventh levels, featuring four regular movie theaters and one Premiere theater.

The main mall is directly connected to the Shaw Boulevard MRT Station, Edsa Shangri-La, Manila hotel and The St. Francis Shangri-La Place. Indirectly, it is also connected to Starmall EDSA-Shaw and the Greenfield District through the walkways of the MRT station.

Rustan's Department Store

Located at the Main Wing, Rustan's Department Store is a 4-level high-end department store.

East Wing

The East Wing was opened in 2013 and has 5 floors and 1 basement level of shops and restaurants.[2] The East Wing also serves as the podium to One Shangri-La Place, a two-tower residential development.[3] It was built on what was the open parking area of the complex. It features some more upscale and international brands as well as various restaurants. It is connected to the Main Mall via bridgeways which also feature various restaurant and retail chains.

North Wing

Also known as the multi-deck parking area, it has connections to the Main Mall and East Wing. It also has bars and restaurants as well as a salon and a small retail strip facing EDSA that is composed of service shops, banks, a drugstore and some snack options.


Altar at St. Padre Pio Chapel

The St. Padre Pio Chapel is a Roman Catholic chapel at the 6th level of the mall and can be accessed from the 5th level via escalators and from a hallway connecting to the main mall area of the same level.


  1. ^ Amodo, Jace (December 13, 2018). "Cinephiles, a VIP Treatment Awaits at Shangri-La Plaza's New Red Carpet Cinema". Inside Manila. Retrieved February 12, 2022.
  2. ^ "Shangri-La Plaza launches East Wing". The Philippine Star. July 13, 2013. Retrieved June 16, 2023.
  3. ^ "2013 ANNUAL REPORT" (PDF). Shang Properties. Retrieved June 16, 2023.