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Century City Mall, Makati

(3.9/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
Set in the heart of the Century City complex, Century City Mall houses around 100 establishments across its 17,000 sq m (182,986.4 sq ft) of shop space. Completed in 2014, the mall's modern architecture is specifically designed to minimize and reflect heat. Throughout its cool five stories, you'll find national and international brand names, restaurants, a supermarket, and a four-screen digital cinema. Look out for the 12 Monkeys Music Hall and Pub on the rooftop, which runs live events on multiple nights of the week. Using our online itinerary creator, Makati attractions like Century City Mall can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Relatively new. Lots of cool dining options. Live bands play on the upper level. Great Banana Leaf restaurant and supermarket in the basement. You can access The Gramercy with swipe card, Incase it is...  more »
  • This is a fairly small mall. What makes this special is the very interesting food floor. This is no ordinary food court. They have a number of specially food outlets. I wanted to try them all.  more »
  • Small Mall but may work somewhat for people looking for jeans or t's in the Mall Starbucks and no hop is OK
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  • One my favorite malls in Manila because it's accessible from where we are and there's not a lot of people coming here. Parking is no problem, either. Shops are mostly middle to almost-high class, meaning expensive. But it's great to meet up for business meetings as there's Toby's Estate (but tiny).
  • Situated in the heart of Makati, this multi-level shopping centre has many store options for shoppers. With a budget food court on the lower ground floor & an amazing higher end food court on the top floor, most eating options are catered for as well. The top floor food court has excellent views of the cityscape. The mall also has cinemas & a kids' play area. As most of the shops open late the resident Starbucks, Coffee Bean, & IHOP open early for those looking for morning fare. Well worth a visit. Recommended.
  • Mall is average but hole in the wall food court is top notch. Great stalls. Even gives you water.
  • Save for the tiny "for the masses" snack area at the basement, this is a mall for the rich! I didn't know where to spend our money because I felt everything was too expensive. The restaurants offer tempting food though, and the boutique shops are a social climber's happy place. If you want to shop in privacy, avoid the crowds in Ayala, and you can afford to splurge, this is the mall for you.
  • The Mall consists of Rustans, Watsons and True Value in the basement. Eateries, fashion, jewellery and sports outlets on 1st and 2nd floors. Cinemas on top floor. It is a small mall and has nothing special to make the effort to visit. Convenient for local community.