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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  • Huge mall, more like lots of buildings in same area connected. Not all under one roof. Some inside stores, some outside stores, some stores across traffic streets.  more »
  • Large mall with many shops selling European brands or Americans, but also Asian goods and souvenirs. There is also a grocery store packed with food, never seen so much choice on certain food items! A well stocked library, toy stores, but also many centers of beauticians, etc. .. Big, the biggest I've ever seen as a mall! Many incoming checks. Many Asian and international cuisine restaurants.
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  • Its a great place for shopping. Lot of shops of lot of brand. It is huge so it would be difficult to cover that in one go. It is always crowded specially on weekends.  more »
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  • It's an all regular / special day getaway mall. If you want to stroll, eat or just window shopping, it's a good mall. Though don't expect a better and green environment. Still cant compare to other "good malls" here and outside the country. All in all a good, if not a decent mall. Thumbs up in all the constructions while weekend or when holiday all for the future conveniences of us, customers.
  • Big Mall (the biggest?)with heavy foot traffic, plenty of restaurants, clothing stores and a huge section filled with electronics almost the size of a 'regular' mall just by itself. While it's next to the ocean and has a few good views, with a mall this big, there's bound to be some issues here and there. Restrooms with sinks that don't work, constant construction and repair, and a few places that really needed a clean up crew. Still, if you visit Manila and don't go here, you'd miss out on quite a site. There's bound to be a number of places that will catch your interest. Just don't try to see it all...
  • This is a great place to go have some food and do some shopping. Rather than heading straight for the rain mall building your better off heading round the side and staying outside. This is where most off the food places are. There's also the great entertainment mall at the back with the cinema and bowling with bridges over the road to the amusement park and Manila bay. To the right of the main mall you also have the hypermarket on the ground floor with the cyber zone above. This is a great place for some tech deals and mobile phone accessories. To the left of the main mall is the department store for souvenirs, clothing, etc. Also make sure to check out the globe in the centre of the large roundabout out front. At night out lights up playing videos and is quite a sight. Just not that this place will be crowded and the outside parts will get hotter than usual outside temperatures for the area.
  • A wide array of shops that you can choose from. Food, shopping, relaxing and even just lazing around as you cool yourself from the hot atmosphere outside. They've got it all for you! It's currently incomplete though so the room for improvement is still there. Keep it up!
  • Big mall to cover all your shopping needs. If you're looking for souvenirs you definitely must visit KULTURA. It has a multitude of souvenirs from all over the country you would love to take back home with you. After all your shopping, refuel in one of the many restaurants by the bay. Live music plays on most nights and be prepared to be in awe of the talented bands.

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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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