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Albrook Mall, Panama City

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
3.9/5 based on 1,800+ reviews on the web
Enjoy a day of retail therapy perusing the well-stocked and colorful Albrook Mall. You can browse through a range of big-brand and independent stores at the large-scale complex, which consists of two floors, and and offers a selection of restaurants and take-away shops. Consider getting in early as the mall starts to get busy during the afternoon. Be sure to remember which entrance you came in through if you have arranged pick-up by taxi. Use our Panama City vacation builder to add Albrook Mall and other attractions to your Panama City vacation plans.
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  • My husband and I spent a full day in the mall. You can take a bus to Albrook mall (it's also the main terminal bus station, so most of the buses go there) from MultiCento mall. The brands shops are sa...  read more »
  • The Mall (shopping) too large with good options for shopping. Variety of shops, and a variety of values. Interesting to visit and check out the prices.
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  • As I said in the title. Excellent prices. Enooormeee... All the brands. It has a more brands and more expensive and other sectors more affordable for any budget. Not go end of fortnight and less that falls come after them 16 or 17 hours because not is can walk from the amount of people.
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  • Biggest mall in Panama and the most complete. Two food courts to choose from. Find cheap made in china clothing and also Gap and Banana Republic. Expensive and made in china too. Options to take tours to the city and its next to the main bus station and metro stations. Close to the Amador or causeway and the canal area.
  • Departments stores, cloths, baggage, sport, pharmacys, bowling, movie theaters, hotel, 2 food court, restaurants. This is the largest mall in Panama (you will walk a hours in order to see it all!!), you can find 2$ shirts to expensive brands. It is next to the domestic and international bus terminal. There is a highpass from Albrook metro station, local buses, and taxis. It will be crowded on weekends.
  • My son went into the Anime store the clerk act like we were going to rob her. Which felt very uncomfortable. We went to 8 restaurants right down to Mc Donalds which we observed food handlers picking their noses, scratching their heads , body ,picking their ears, three in Mc Donalds were picking their nose as I asked for my money back. I told them I paid to eat food not bogger and the act like I was the wrong one. In the United States you call 311 and make a health and hygiene phone call. Unsanitary.!!!!!! Right down to the cinna bon girl scratching her head over the buns.
  • Very large..but prices to not strike vs usa shopping. A bit confused and disorienting customers as few signs available. Crepes Waffles a good place to eat if you like to avoid fast food.
  • Biggest shopping mall in Central America. From low end to high end stores all in one place. You will need to walk a lot. Look for the discount or ask the locals where to find great deal.
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