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. Use our Manila travel planner to add Robinsons Place Mall and other attractions to your Manila vacation plans.
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  • Am alone also axis a day. The Mall is large enough and also in the surrounding area there is much to see. Air conditioning is very pleasant. Caution is advised when one is alone. You will be prosecuted sometimes strange. Especially when watching little people are around. Otherwise, here some Germans or Europeans running around.
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  • Huge mall selling usual western goods but had to cross the street to a small tobacco stall to buy the tonic water.  more »
  • I usually passed my idle time in this Mall whenever i am within the Ermita area. This mall is a fusion of the old and modern. They have shops ranging from affordable to luxury brands. They also housed...  more »
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  • Supermarket offers more variety than SM. It's just that the restrooms are far and if your not familiar with the place, you'll have a hard time finding one. And as expected it's more sophisticated and classy than SM. This review doesn't concern the cinema since I just been there a few times.
  • Another one of Metro Manila malls which are usual big with many shops, especially food stores. We were there on a Wednesday afternoon and it was packed with people! We had lunch at the Mangan restaurant. We ordered typical Filipino dishes and it was good. We also had sago drinks which I like because of the sweet sugary taste.
  • The mall is bigger than I thought it was and has shops that people often go to. As well as cafes and restaurants. The mall is very well air-conditioned but the only down side was the parking, it was really confusing. It's really narrow for SUVs. But overall it was a really nice mall for shopping and leisure. Would recommend for people who like to window shop because of the wide variety of shops it has.
  • Updated 01102018: Basement parking still smells faintly of the sewage system, but there's a definite improvement. Overall a nice mix of shopping and dining options. I saw seating/benches for Seniors and PWDs, however these seats are almost always occupied by able-bodied people. They need stricter enforcement on this.
  • It has now more choices compared back when I was in college. Renovations did a lot of good work although it is still a lot better to roam around in the new building because it is still narrow in the old.

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