Greenbelt Malls is a combination of 5 malls joined together. The green areas and wide spaces, gardens, water fountaions, ponds, a museum and church are a nice touch in an otherwise very busy part of the city.
There are more than 300 shops, restaurants, cinemas and a very professional theatre company. At night, there are many outdoor restaurants and bars where you can eat, drink, chill out, stroll and listen to live bands. The range of restaurants, cafes and lounges makes it stand out from the crowd. It is a must visit when in Manila.
The older Greenbelt 1 was the original building in the 1970s. Greenbelts 1 & 2 still has its own quaint little, cheaper shops and are focused more on fast food dining, electronics and home appliances.
Greenbelt 3 opened in 2002 and has high-end retail shops on the ground floor, and coffee shops that have become the favorite hangout place for many coffee lovers. Exclusive retail stores include: Hermes, Calvin Klein, Kate Spade, Marks and Spencer, Kenneth Cole, Lacoste and more. The second floor has many good restaurants.
Greenbelt 4 opened in 2004. The shops are more luxurious such as Louis Vuitton, Salvatore Ferregamo, Jimmy Choo, Balenciaga, Prada, Bulgari, Charriol and Gucci etc.
Greenbelt 5 shopping mall entrance
Greenbelt 5 opened in 2007. It’s main feature are the shops of top-caliber Filipino designers and other imported high end shops like Patek Philippe, Rolex, Panerai, Zara, Yves Saint Laurent, Banana Republic, Liz Clairborne, Paul Smith, Balenciaga and more.
Greenbelt Malls inter-connects with several other shopping malls through covered walkways and overhead bridges. So it is easy to walk to the other shopping malls without even going outside. The other nearby shopping malls are Landmark, Glorietta and SM Makati.
Address: Ayala Center, Paseo de Roxas corner Legaspi Street and Esperanza Street, Makati City
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