Greenbelt Mall, Makati City

  • Address: Legazpi Street, Legazpi Village, Makati, Kalakhang Maynila, Philippines, Makati City
  • Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Entertainment, Mall, Shopping Center, Family And Kids, Games
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About Greenbelt Mall, Makati City

Located at the Ayala Center of Makati city, Greenbelt is one of the most popular destinations for tourists to visit. It is a branch of Ayala Malls and greatly frequented by folks, shopaholics and travellers who are looking for a place to suffice their shopping cravings. Home to myriad shops, restaurants, and leisure centre, that caters to the needs of the customers, the mall makes up for a great delight to head to, especially if one is with family. There is even a separate play area, decked with myriad arcade games for children to enjoy. It was this mall which had popularised the concept of open air shopping areas in the city.

Greenbelt Mall Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

How To reach Greenbelt Mall by Public Transport

  • Bus Station- Greenbelt Bus Stop.

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Things to Know Before Visiting Greenbelt Mall

  • 95% of people who visit Makati City include Greenbelt Mall in their plan

  • 68.35% of people start their Greenbelt Mall visit around 08 AM - 09 AM

  • People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Greenbelt Mall

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

84.85% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Greenbelt Mall

People normally club together Greenbelt Chapel and Ayala Museum while planning their visit to Greenbelt Mall.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Greenbelt Mall, Makati City Reviews

  • This Mall is still one of the city's premiere malls due to the high end designer brands that have set up shop here. Greenbelt 4 is where all the nicer shops are. Greenbelt 3 seems a little lost these days whereas greenbelt 5 doesn't seem to have a lot of interesting shops these days. Greenbelt 1 is still the same which is cool. Greenbelt 2's restaurants also need a little refresh as some of the restaurants there haven't renovated for some time and the interiors are showing their age.

  • Greenbelt is known for its pricey shops but there's more to it than that. It is a great area to meet up with family and friends for coffee or a meal. It has a great variety of coffee shops and restaurants. People's Palace is a must try for those who love Thai food. A lot of people are also unaware of the Ayala Museum, which has a great diorama of the country's history. Ticket price is under a thousand pesos.

  • One of my favorite shopping malls period. Actually it's several malls that flow into each other incorporating greenbelt malls, landmark and Glorietta. The entertainment mix with the quality shopping make this place unique. The restaurants are all fantastic, food is great. The design of greenbelt mixes the jungle landscape with the ultra modern styling of the mall. I always spend at least a few days here when I come to Manila.

  • Greenbelt is becoming a regular haunt for me, especially since I enjoy walking around Makati's commercial district as part of my exercise. You'll find nice shops, restaurants, and it connects conveniently to the other significant assets in that area. To help ease vehicle traffic in the area, people should leave their cars in their parking lots at work nearby and just walk to Greenbelt for a quick lunch or for a meeting.

  • Great place for shopping and food. Lots of high end products and budget friendly too. Parking is hard and expensive and the place can be a maze. Taxi is a bit hard to get too. There are always events and promos here so it is fun to chill and hang out.

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