Three Shopping Malls in Makati For Tourists

The biggest and the best malls in the whole Philippines are within its financial and economic capital, Makati City. And today we will discover the top 3 shopping malls in Makati and what it offers to anyone who wants to visit them.

Glorietta – The top in our list is Glorietta Malls. The main reason why it is in the top of our list is because in Glorietta, everything you need is within your reach. It is composed of 4 malls that are interconnected and the fifth one is detached from the 4 other malls but is just within walking distance from the other. Everything you want; from clothes, shoes, bags, and accessories, to everything you need like foods, fresh produce, and others is all right here. It is also a famous tourist destination because of the many US restos and café that have their branches here like HardRock Café. Glorietta is also near MRT or Mass Rail Transit which is a more convenient way to go around Metro Manila. It is also a prime place for businesses and condominiums. One reviewer said that if there is a theme song for Glorietta Malls, it would be “Almost Paradise”.

Greenbelt – if you want to escape the bustling and heat of the Metro, then Greenbelt is the place where you can hang out. Like Glorietta, Greenbelt is composed of 5 sections which are also situated in Ayala Center, Makati City. It is also adjacent to Glorietta and SM Malls. If you are on a food trip, there are almost an unlimited number of restaurants that you can choose from Greenbelt 1-5. If you prefer to eat fast foods, then you should roam around Greenbelt 1 because most of the fast food chains are concentrated in that section of Greenbelt. But if you want to eat in sit down restaurants, then you can go to Greenbelt 2-5.

Power Plant Mall – this is considered as one of the “poshest” mall in Makati. If you are looking for branded names in fashion, this is where you must visit. They have restaurants, shopping spaces, and cinemas where you can relax after shopping. It is also less crowded here compared to Glorietta and Greenbelt Malls. They also hold events for children on holidays and special occasions.