A Mandaluyong holiday is not all about the shopping--who are we kidding, it pretty much is all about the shopping. This isn’t your momma’s hometown mall. The biggest shopping centres in Mandaluyong more closely resemble shopping cities. Some contain over a hundred stores, along with restaurants, movie theatres, amusement park rides, ice skating ranks and even bowling alleys. You don’t just go here to shop; you can spend the entire day noshing on delicious meals and working on that tricky double axel. Some of the most popular shopping centres in Mandaluyong include the Shangri-La Plaza, the Forum Robinsons and the SM Megamall.
When your suitcases tap out from all your new purchases, head outside for a different kind of worship. Mandaluyong is home to some beautiful churches and shrines, including the San Felipe Neri Church and the EDSA Shrine, a monument to the Virgin Mary.
Don’t forget, Mandaluyong is just one city within the huge Metro Manila area, so jump in a taxi or a colourful jeepney to keep your Manila holiday going.
Soar into Manila through Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL). Outside, find a taxis to take you the 10 km to hotels in Mandaluyong. Once you’re ready to go out, you’ll find that local buses and trains can drop you off at the largest shopping centres, while jeepneys or taxis can take you to other destinations in the city.
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