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    GLORIETTA: ANOTHER LARGE MALL

    by davidjo Written Apr 5, 2014

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    The Glorietta is another large mall owned by the Zobel de Ayala family and contains hundreds of shops, restaurants, gym, cinemas, arcades and an activity center which is used for special occasions.

    There are 4 malls all connected to each other and actually you will not have to go outside to get from one to the other. There is even a walkway to Ayala MRT Station.

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    THE LANDMARK: FIND A BARGAIN

    by davidjo Written Apr 5, 2014
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    The Landmark is a huge department Store located in Makati, next to Greenbelt. There are always some items on sale, mainly clothes and footwear. Downstairs is the supermarket and if your wife is taking too long you can relax while having a snack in the foodcourt. Their are plenty of staff in attendance at this busy store so finding one to attend to your needs is not difficult.

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    GREENBELT MALL: HIGH END SHOPS

    by davidjo Written Apr 1, 2014
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    Greenbelt Mall is located at the Ayala Center in Makati and is owned by the Ayala Corporation and here you will find many high end retail outlets that you will find in similar malls in your own country. There are actually 5 sections named Greenbelt 1 to 5, The most recent being Greenbelt 5 opened in 2005. The high-end shops can be found in greenbelt 4 with names like Burberry , Bulgari, Charriol, Gucchi, Hugo Boss, Louis Vuitton, Prada and many more. Greenbelt 1 has mostly appliance stores, while Greenbelt 3 has international fashion and cosmetic brands.

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    A. Venue Mall: Mall in Makati's Expatriate District

    by machomikemd Written Nov 6, 2013
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    Just a Stone's Throw away from Makati's Red Light District of Burgos Street sits a new Mall and rows of Condominiums and the mall is called A. Venue Mall. The three storey mall is comprised of different rows of and floors of shops, restaurants, bars (even my favorite hooters) as this area is home to many foreign expatriates and is nearby Makati's Korea Town. this mall is frequented by locals and the foreign expatriates and the condominuim owners and guests of the various hotels and inns around the area.

    opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    according to their website:

    The country’s first integrated entertainment mall and events venue under one complex is now the most happening place in town. A lifestyle concept and design that breaks the mold of mall architecture inspired by both the east and the west mentality to a subtle and elegant modern Asian look, complemented with lush landscaping.

    What to buy: the mall has convenience stores, travel agencies, various restaurants and bars and a sprinkling of clothes and accesory stores.

    What to pay: depends on what you buy

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    GREENBELT: HUGE COMPLEX

    by LoriPori Written Feb 3, 2012

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    Located in a prime area of Makati, GREENBELT is bounded by Makati Avenue, Paseo De Roxas, Arnaiz Road and Legazpi Street. It is a complex of five buildings - Greenbelt 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Here you will find name brand shops (like Banana Republic, Hard Rock Cafe' and La Coste), and numerous restaurants, all in a wonderful green area - Greenbelt Park - with ponds, waterfalls and gardens.
    My favourite and most frequented was Greenbelt 3, with Gerry's Grill and many coffee shops, including Starbucks, where Hans would hang out, as it offered free Wi-Fi.

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    THE LANDMARK DEPARTMENT STORE: HOUSEHOLD ITEMS - GROCERIES

    by LoriPori Written Jan 30, 2012

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    The Landmark

    Only a few minutes walk from our Hotel, THE LANDMARK DEPARTMENT STOREhas just about everything you would need. It's a department store (clothes,shoes, household items) - it's a supermarket - it has a food court - it has a bakery.
    Since we had a fridge in our condotel, I was able to have some cold drinks available.
    Some examples of prices:
    1 liter carton of orange juice - 55.80 pesos - $1.12
    1 liter carton of milk - 63.30 pesos - $1.26
    1 liter bottle of water - 21.00 pesos - .42
    1 liter carton of apple juice - 59.85 pesos - $1.20
    bananas - small - bunch of about 10 - 98.00 pesos - $2.00

    Store hours:
    Supermarket - 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
    Department Store - 10.00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
    Food Court 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

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    TIENDESITAS: ANTIQUES - SPECIALTY SHOPS - PETS

    by LoriPori Updated Jan 30, 2012

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    On our day out with Miko, I requested a nice shopping area, so he took us to TIENDESITAS which is a shopping village and complex with many specialty shops including fashions, antiques, furniture, Philippine souvenirs, jewellery, pets and Pet accessories.
    They also have a huge food court.
    Outside, there are Calesa (horse and buggy) rides available.

    What to pay: Prices are reasonable and you can haggle

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    Greenbelt 1: The First High End Green Belt Mall

    by machomikemd Updated Jul 4, 2011
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    this is the first of the luxe greenbelt mall complexes and is aptly named greenbelt 1 and from here it extended into greenbelt 2 to 5 and at present was recently renovated as to make it competitive with it's counterparts. According to their website: "Greenbelt is an enclave of all things beautiful. A three-hectare park punctuated by cascading landscapes and carefully-chosen water features re-imagines the typical mall. With a roster of prominent and world-class retailers, restaurateurs and entertainment operators, it defines the premier Ayala Mall experience." with luxe prices to booth too.

    What to buy: a lot of items but the higher price ones and the ultra luxe stores are ing Green Belt 4 and 5 areas.

    What to pay: not much a dent on your wallet

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    Digital Walker Zoom: Camera, Photography Gear & Accessories

    by cyndymc Written Apr 13, 2011
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    Digital Walker Zoom is a small shop loaded with almost everything you'd need for photography, from cameras to filters, lenses, tripods, bags, etc. They carry reputable brands, and their staff are very knowledgeable about their merchandise. We like their customer service. If they don't have what you are looking for, they call you up when the item is available.

    What to buy: camera, SD cards, batteries, tripod, camera bag, various lenses and filters

    What to pay: P3,000 up

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    • Photography

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    Ayala Center (Glorietta): Main Center of Shopping in Makati

    by machomikemd Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Glorietta used to be Quad in the 1970's and early 90's until it had a major facelift wherein in was remodeled and reconfigured by the Ayala Corporation into Glorietta Malls ( a more affordable place than high end greenbelt nearby) and is the main showcase of the Ayala Center, A prime 1 square mile block of prime retail space and malls that encompasses a prime area in Makati. It is still a work in progress since a wing (Glorietta 2) was destroyed by a bomb blast in 2007 and is currently being rebuilt.

    What to buy: it has everything you want, food courts, Shoe shops, furniture shops, Restaurants, Coffee Shops, Cinemas, Department Stores and a lot More!

    What to pay: opens 10:00 am to 8:00 pm Sunday-Thursday
    10: am to 9:00 pm Friday-Saturday

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    Glorietta 5: Newest Shopping Kid on the Block

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 26, 2010
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    glorietta 5 is the newest addition to the sprawling glorietta and greenbelt shopping complex in makati city by the Ayala Corporation.

    What to buy: a lot, it depends on your choices but the shops and restaurants here are more modest than in the swanky and ritzy greenbelt complex.

    What to pay: not much a drain in your wallet

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    Hermes': Ultimate Luxury Fashion Group

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 26, 2010
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    the ultimate in luxury goods, way more expensive than Louis Vuitton.

    What to buy: everything your heart desires like men's wallet or belt, how about a terre de hermes perfume or a hermes leather shoe or a man bag that will definitely cost an arm and a leg!!! (more choices for women's shopping off course since Hermes' has more fashion products for women like the Iconic Birkin and Kelly Bags! so be ready to maxx out your platinum credit card!!!

    This is their first Hermes' store in the Philippines!

    What to pay: maxx out your platinum credit card!!!!

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    Royce: Luxury Japanese Choco from Sapporo

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 26, 2010
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    luxe japanese choco that literally melts in your mouth in a few seconds even if you would not chew it! very expensive at it ranks up their to the chocolate greats like godiva or Chocologie!

    What to buy: their melt in your mouth nama brand of chocolate that is packed in thick aluminum seal with synthetic dry ice inside to maintain the coldness of the chocolate.

    What to pay: maxx out your credit card!

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    Esprit: Esprit Forever!

    by cyndymc Updated Dec 23, 2009

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    Esprit in Glorietta

    Esprit in Makati is integrated into the Cinderella's Department Store, so its merchandising style is more or less the same as Cinderella's. Esprit's Sale Events are something my daughters always look forward to.

    What to buy: Original Esprit merchandise

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    Greenbelt 5: Classy Branded Apparel. etc

    by cyndymc Updated Dec 23, 2009

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    Inside Greenbelt 5
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    Greenbelt 5 is the newest of the Greenbelt Malls known for Class A merchandise. Expect tight security check before entry. Sales clerks are generally efficient. You can use their clean restrooms with lounging area for free, unlike in Glorietta where you pay for the use of CRs with lounging areas if you don't want to use the public CRs..

    What to buy: It is the best place to go for genuine branded apparel and other merchandeise.

    What to pay: P3,000+ depending on what you buy

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