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Muntinglupa Things to Do

  • Cozy Cinema

    For spur of the moment decision to watch movies, we usually go to SM Muntinlupa Cinema. For box office hits, they usually have more than one of the 4 small cinemas featuring the same movie so you can choose the screening time that is more convenient to you. They enforce strict cleanliness and security check in between screenings. Maintenance crew...

  • Have Your Wedding At St. Jerome Emiliani...

    St. Jerome Emiliani Church in Ayala, Alabang is fast becoming a favorite wedding venue. Many young couples like its small size to accomodate only intimate wedding guests. Its beautiful Baroque architecture is another factor, as it looks really awesome in wedding pictures.

  • Go To Healing Mass At St. Peregrine...

    One of the most sought after churches in Muntinlupa is the Saint Peregrine Laziosi Parish at the National Road, Tunasan. The Parish Church is not only a popular site for Visita Iglesia; it is also a National Shrine where the miraculous relic of St. Peregrine is encased in a chapel beside the apse. Every Sunday at 2:30pm, there is a healing mass....


Muntinglupa Restaurants

  • Ilonggo Style BBQ and More!

    We were always intrigued by the long line of diners in the waiting area of Mang Inasal, a new restaurant at SM Hypermart which offers local dishes but specializes in barbecues. One time we had early lunch before watching a movie, we decided to try their cuisine. Now I understand why Mang Inasal has become one of the fastest-growing food companies...

  • Chinese Food

    ChowKing is known for delicious but not so expensive Chinese food. ChowKing at SM Super Center, Festival Mall and ATC have the same interior design, menu and prices as other branches in other malls. Beef Yang Chow, Fried noodles, dimsums

  • Food Court

    SM Super Center Food Court is smaller than that of the other SM Malls, but there are enough choices for quick meals. We eat at the Food Court when we miss some local foods like "lechon" (roasted pig), "dinuguan" (sour pork stew with blood), "lumpiang sariwa" (fresh mixed veggie roll) or "pritong lumpia" (fried mung bean-roll), "bistek tagalog"...


Muntinglupa Shopping

  • Another SM Mall

    SM Malls don't need any introduction. However, SM Muntinlupa is special because it is small yet has all the basic features and pleasures of an SM Mall. We like going there because there is less hustle in the roadtrip, parking is still free, and there are less people in the mall especially on weekdays. apparel, shoes, toys, eyewear, hardware,...

  • Mediterranean Courtyard-Inspired...

    Alabang Town Center, only a few minutes drive from Ayala Alabang Village is a shopping haven. You'll find signature brands, as well as bargain items.

  • Everything Under One Roof

    Festival Supermall, a 4-tiered 200,000 square meter complex at Filinvest Corporate City, opened in May 1988 as the first theme mall in the Philippines. It has 6 anchor stores, namely: Shopwise Supercenter, SM SaveMore, Robinsons Department Store, Ace Hardware, Handyman and Gameworks. It also has quite a number of specialty stores and boutiques, and...


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