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Top Ten Picks for Metro Manila’s Popular Malls (Part One of Two Parts)

Aside from parks in the Philippines, malls have been a favorite spots to lounge and spend leisure with family, friends and more. In fact, it has become an ideal getaway or meeting places to most people especially when summer heat kicks in.

Let me share the malls, I find more meaning over the years.

SM North EDSA is dubbed as the grand daddy of Philippine malls.

  • SM North EDSA is the first SM Supermall operated by the largest retail and mall operator in the Philippines—SM Prime Holdings. It is actually dubbed as the grand daddy of Philippine malls. When it opened in 1985, it signaled a revolution in Philippine retail landscape.

    This was actually the mall that hooked me during my University of the Philippines-Diliman days. It was the place that I preferred to go and roam around after I got wind up with the department stores in Avenida area in Manila.

    It has a land area of 425,000 square meters and in fact the third largest in the world. It has an estimated of foot traffic of over 300,000 people on weekdays and 500,000 on weekends.

    It sits along North Avenue and Epifanio Delos Santos Avenue (EDSA) in Quezon City.

    SM North EDSA has four primary buildings—the City Center, The Block, The Annex and Carpark Multi-level Building, and the Sky Garden.

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