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Worth visiting, a mall complex with many buildings to go in and spend your salary up into its end. Outside there is beautiful plants and relaxing areas to rest a while, when walking between the buildings. Shops for every taste and quality demands.
It was a good experience with lots of shops and places to dine. The low point was to locate the car park. An advice...take not the exact location of the area you park as the place is huge and can be confusing for first timer....More
If you want to see less crowd, top-of-the-line selection, and better mall ambiance, then Greenbelt is the one for you. It has remained to be the best. Parking is a concern though as with other malls within the vicinity.
Branded bags, shoes, clothings and good restaurants.
A Makati Shopping center at its best.
From SM, Ayala Shopping Centers to Greenbelt Mall, a day Shopping spree or just sightseeing, this is the place.
You can take the walk for a half or the whole day...More
We visited on Christmas evening and was crowded as expected. There were the usual department stores, shops and many fast food chains & restaurants. I could also hear a church service from a nearby chapel. The entire mall was beautifully lighted too, adding to a...More
The mall is very big you can’t see the whole mall in a day.. every thing you want is there, there are lots of places to eat because you will have to eat after walking around trying to find what your looking for
Seldom do I take the time to review a mall but it’s reductive to simple view the Greenbelt Mall as simply a mall.
Yes there is a plethora of shops available with a wide variety but clearly they lean towards big brand names and even...More
I wanted to post after just getting home from Palawan / PI last night. We had a lot of anxiety before our trip (4 days Metro Manila, 4 days Palawan) with four school age children and two aging parents. As many have said, if you are smart and aware it's safe to travel (at least it felt safe for us!). A few points: We stayed in El Nido and flew directly there. AirSwift was well run and efficient. I was worried about traveling with my dad who was in a wheelchair, but staff was very...More
June 17, 2017|
I agree. We will miss on so much if we worry about what could may and probably wont happen.
Hilot massage (3 Replies)
Hi Would anyone recommend any Hilot massage places in manila. I am staying near the GreenBelt mall.
May 14, 2014|
Response fromAlun S|
If you would be going anywhere within the vicinity of Pasig/Ortigas area, try Hilot at the Association of Traditional Health Aid Givers (ATHAG). They are the pioneering proponent of traditional Hilot healing, and trained many spas on the Hilot Wellness program that they developed. Their facilities are fairly simple (it is mainly a center for healing, not a spa), but if you are interested in authentic Hilot, this is the place to visit. For more information, you can look up their website at...More