Explore Pasig City
Explore Pasig City
EDSA corner Ortigas Avenue,, Quezon City, 1100
Robinsons Galleria Mall Complex is the flagship mall of Robinsons Land Corporation located along Quezon City's busiest intersection, EDSA and Ortigas Avenue with more than 500 shops, dining outlets, art, leisure and entertainment facilities and service centers that satisfy the discriminating tastes of students, executives and families from the surrounding areas and beyond.
EDSA cor. Ortigas Avenue, Quezon City, 1100
A few steps from the hotel you'll find the Shrine of Mary, Queen of Peace, or Our Lady of EDSA. This small church was built under Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila and is dedicated to our Lady who miraculously interceded to oust the dictatorship in a peaceful and bloodless uprising, known as the People Power revolution of 1986.
12 Asian Development Bank Avenue,, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong, 1550
Enter The Podium Mall and enjoy the fresh and bright central façade with shopping and dining spots that cater to the higher-end income bracket shoppers. Enjoy the latest art pieces from local talents, top clothing brands, leather goods, gadgets, and electronic items to home accessories, books, and furniture.
EDSA corner Julio Vargas Avenue, Mandaluyong, 1550
Visit the second biggest shopping mall in the country located in the Ortigas business district that houses retail brands such as Zara, Crate and Barrel, Pull and Bear, Berksha and more.
Ortigas Avenue, San Juan, 1502
Step inside the Philippines' most popular indoor bazaar that specializes in affordable export overruns, computers, software, electronic gadgets & accessories. They also offer an extensive selection of local finds from native goods ranging from homeware, fashion clothing, accessories and native food delicacies.
General Araneta Avenue corner General, Roxas Avenue, Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City, 1109
Also known in the country as 'The Big Dome', the coliseum has been the country's premier venue since it opened in 1960. With a rich legacy, the venue continues to host the best sports events, interactive shows, stage conferences and chart-topping performances from local and international artists today.
Eastwood City, Cyberpark, E. Rodriguez, Jr. Avenue Bagumbayan,, Quezon City, 1110
Eastwood City features world-class city experience with its eclectic mix of restaurants, shops, services, and entertainment. It offers al fresco dining with a grand selection of international cuisines, shopping experience until midnight, state-of-the-art cinemas and high quality live entertainment.
City Center, Bonifacio Global City, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City, 1630
Fort Bonifacio Global City is a highly urbanized district in Taguig City and it is the next emerging place for shopping, eclectic dining, and night life. It is directly linked to two of Metro Manila's main highway, EDSA and C5.
EDSA corner Shaw Boulevard,, Mandaluyong, 1552
Shangri-la is an upscale seven-storey shopping mall situated in the Ortigas Center near Shaw Boulevard, where you can find Rustan's, that houses a curated mix of fine quality products from international and local brands. The mall also offers several anchors and themed areas for the diverse interests of its visitors.
Meralco Avenue, Pasig, 1605
A mid-size commercial hub for entertainment, shopping and dining satisfaction of its patrons located at the Ortigas Business District. Known for its lively nightlife events and gigs.
Estancia Mall offers another alternative with a vast selection of shopping, dining, and entertainment experiences that are uniquely designed to delight the senses. The establishment also has an outdoor recreational area for jogging, running or biking.
It only takes a 15-minute car ride via BGC-Ortigas Link for you to explore new and exciting spots located in Fort Bonifacio Global City, including Uptown Mall that houses a wide variety of dining, leisure and entertainment options from locally sourced brands to international establishments.
This new style destination is only 15 minutes away from Holiday Inn Manila Galleria via BGC-Ortigas Link. Mitsukoshi Mall is the first Japanese-inspired mall in the Philippines and houses a curated selection of local and international retail names and the most renowned Japanese brands available in Manila.