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Robinsons Place Mall, Manila

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Built in the 1980s, Robinsons Place Mall represents the largest mall ever created by John Gokongwei. This shopping center opened to the public in 1997 and has a number of shops, including a supermarket and department store that share its name. Take a walk around this 240,000 sq m (2,583,338 sq ft), seven-level shopping center and discover not only its clothing and technology offerings, but also its food court and cineplex. Here you'll find many forms of entertainment under one roof. Before you head to Manila, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Manila vacation generator, to make sure you see all that Manila has to offer, including Robinsons Place Mall.
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  • This mall has everything except an Apple Store. Good security with a friendly frisk on the way in. Clean and bright with a great shopping experience, allow an hour or 3 for this monster. Good food on ...  more »
  • This is a very large shopping centre. Many shops, restaurants, attractions. Some of the best eating places you will find in Manila. You can spend many hours, looking, shopping, eating, in this place. ...  more »
  • The Mall was near our hotel so just a stroll up the road for us. Great shops, supermarket, chemist, restaurants and much much more. Great aircon :-)  more »
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  • You'll find lots of dining options (from quick service kiosks to casual and fine dining) and shopping outlets at this mall. Expect the traffic around the vicinity to be slow moving. Although it is very accessible via both public transportation and private vehicles.
  • A large, multi-level mall, beautifully kept with a clean interior. Quite a number of shops that go from average to expensive. A supermarket, several world variety restaurants and a cinema in a spacious layout that's never confusing. Expect the usual traffic in the area with small streets to slow everything down, however.
  • Offers almost a complete shopping experience, with massage chairs, cinemas, no fast food section, ..but there is a variety of restaurants, which cater from buffet to small cafe or food carts. The cinema is always lined with senior citizens during Monday Tuesday and Thursday.
  • One of my fave malls. Great dining options. You can buy imported and local goods from here too. There are very good spa and skin care clinics. My favorite massage place is here - holiday spa. Good place to hang-out for students, families, couples, expats.
  • Good place. Needs more directions on where to find the comfort rooms. It's like a maze.

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