SM Mall of Asia, Pasay

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One of the largest malls in the Philippines, SM Mall of Asia boasts 42 ha (104 ac) of land and 406,962 sq m (4,380,500 sq ft) of gross floor area located in Bay City. Offering a combination of shopping, leisure, and entertainment, the place features a large cineplex, a skating rink, a carousel, a children’s playground, and a sports area with year-round events. Browse through classy shops or take a stroll along the paved seafront walkway. Consisting of four huge buildings interconnected by walkways, the mall complex features a ferris wheel, a convention centre, and a science development center. With 5,000 parking spaces, the mall has a daily circulation of 200,000 people. Using our world travel planner, Pasay attractions like SM Mall of Asia can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Stayed at the abhorrent Red Planet Hotel nearby -- which is to be avoided if humanly possible. No restaurants nearby so took a taxi to dinner at the mall. So many restaurant chains and clothing chains...  more »
  • This is a huge mall, easy to get lost or not find your friends whereabouts, but it has everything you need.  more »
  • 1) SM Mall of Asia is one of the largest malls in the Philippines (if not the world). It is filled with a lot of local and international brands, restaurants, and entertainment venues. I visited the ma...  more »
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  • This is a good mall. If you looking to have a good time with the family, there are number of places suitable for children. Like some of the good restaurants and play area. Perhaps you just want some good Italian food etc, this mall has a variety of places to go. One of the best things to do, is grab a few snacks and drinks and sit down near the sea watching the sun set. Good place to visit if you are in Manila.
  • This mall is great! Everything under one roof with stores we're used to in the US as well as local and other international stores. If you're hungry, this is the place to be with what seems to be hundreds of restaurants from sit down to fast food you'll certainly find something that suits your palate. There are also convenient walkways that connect you to nearby hotels such as the Conrad Manila, office buildings, and the convention center so you don't have to walk through the busy traffic.
  • Very large mall. Well maintained and clean. Lot's of good places to eat and drink coffee. Easy car parking p50.00. NO DESIGNATED SMOKING AREA ANYWHERE AT THIS MALL.
  • The Mall is great however there is a flaw on transport terminal system. Last Christmas (I gave you my heart char! 😅) I spent 2 hrs waiting on the UV Terminal, not because of the shortage of vehicles, but because of their lane system is flawed, especially the priority lane. So if you want to go here and you don't own a car, you better have patience or a courage to fight for your right in the terminal. 😂
  • We stopped by for an afternoon as our hotel had a shuttle to get here. We definitely didn't have enough time to look through the whole mall but did manage to get through a few sections. Had a few snacks at the restaurants and there was also small stalls on the outside areas of the mall. The areas are split into the different zones depending on what you are looking for. We spent most of our time in the cyberzone looking at phones, cameras and other things. Plenty of shops and food options that will probably take more than a few days to get through. The mall is nice and clean so looking around was fairly easy. There were also elevator banks around but they were a bit harder to find.

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A rapidly developing tourist and festival area of metropolitan Manila, Pasay offers a wide range of places to stay. Although a few luxurious hotels nestle right up to the seafront, most sit in the downtown area, in Legazpi Village, and further east to Ortigas Center. You can also find a great deal of hotels following the C4 highway towards Manila Bay. A range of budget-friendly hotels, inns, and guesthouses are scattered fairly evenly around town; with more than a dozen higher-education campuses across the city, affordable accommodations can be found in most neighborhoods.
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