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Robinsons Place Mall, Manila

(4/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web)
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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  • Lots of shops, cafes, restaurants,supermarket and more. Not too crowded. Great for shopping, dining or simply hanging out or pass time or meet up place. 
  • A more modern mall but for Manila prices are a bit expensive, many shops type Promod Zara among others and restaurants as a floor foods short with small restaurants at phillipin prices. There are few things that you won't find here must also see mall of Asia. To advise. You also at the entrance a bus for the airport departure every hour for 200 pesos
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  • Speaking and malate, malate Manila is famous as the Robinson shopping mall. In the restaurant on the ground floor in front of the Dan far in TGIFRIDAY's is recommended, but Japan food you want to eat one Banya Yabu tonkatsu and curries, such as recommended. Second floor and the third floor are lined with clothing store electronics shop. And copy shop, movie theater. Due to additional room to only catch a too wide, second only to get lost among the first.
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  • WORST CINEMA EXPERIENCE EVER. NEVER AGAIN. For a last full show at 10PM (last November 6, 2016), restrooms inside Cinema 4 are not functional, while the restroom at the cinema level is closed (even when all cinemas are being used for the last full show), forcing us to go to the next building and a floor lower. As this was the LMS screening, those doing renovations were inconsiderate to the people watching - hammers pounding and drills screeching can be heard INSIDE THE CINEMA! Did they not coordinate this with the mall administrator? I highly doubt it. The administrator is just either plain dumb or inconsiderate to the entire experience of their patrons. To think that you pay the same price for an Ayala Cinema, it would be best to do just that, to go to the nearest Ayala Mall and save yourself the discomfort and have a better movie experience. PLUS the cinemas here are so obsolete.
  • If it weren't for this place, there'd be nothing much to do in Malate. There always seems to be something going on here; auctions, meet and greets, etc on the ground floor. I love going to the arcade and there's a decent food court. Up on the top floor are my favourite places to eat. The cinema is honestly perhaps the best I've ever been to - beats all the ones I've been to in England! If you end up having leftover food that you don't want, be a good Samaritan and bring it with you to give it away to the homeless.
  • Very quick service. It only took me 30 mins to have my clearance renewed. For firs timers, better pay first at bayad center as this nbi office don't accept payments.
  • I usually go here to do my groceries but there are some well known restaurants on site like Tim Ho Wan, Ippudo, etc. Not much shopping option if you are looking for luxury brands there are more mid-range stores like H&M, Topshop, Mango, etc.
  • Awesom finds and great restaurant selwctions. Mobile phone reception signal sucks inside though