- Address: Legazpi Street, Legazpi Village, Makati, Kalakhang Maynila, Philippines, Makati City
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Entertainment, Mall, Shopping Center, Family And Kids, Games
Greenbelt Mall - Review
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
08 AM - 09 AM
66.79% of people start their Greenbelt Mall visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Greenbelt Mall
84.09% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Greenbelt Mall
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Greenbelt Mall, Makati City Reviews
Greenbelt has a very different approach with ambiance. The high end place makes you feel calm and serene despite of the bright lights. The park is also a great spot to relax and just hang out when you have exhausted yourself from shopping. And the place has lots of restaurants that offers good food. Definitely a place to visit.
Always my favorite mall, complete with garden/park, shopping, entertainment and dining experiences in one place. A home to me for quite some time while working for a company closeby. Greenbelt 1 has the cheap but good and average finds and fast food chains for those keen on their budget. Greenbelt 2 is where you get a feel of the night life or date night. Focused on dining and drinking. Greenbelt 3 is just in the middle out of 5 -- more family friendly restaurants and entertainment at the top floor for cinema and timezone!! 😉 Greenbelt 4 is separate building across Landmark with the high-end/luxury brands to shop from. The place where you can count people by hand sometimes. Greenbelt 5 is a mix of shopping, dining and there's a small timezone. 😊 Hobby stores, home stores, playstores and restaurants are in here. That, basically, is a guide for you to recall which area you've been to. 😉 And which Greenbelt no. to ask for directions. You're welcome!
I like this mall for their various dining options. I've never needed to buy anything other than cell phone accessories here. Oh, and a cell phone once. I've had great dining experiences. I'm not a huge fan of Southeast Asian food, but I do love pork which is easy to find in Philippines. This mall had everything including a church.
Nice place to do some shopping, a few centers together surrounded by a nice little park very lush and green. Many dining options to choose from and clean. A small Thai place has a great papaya salad!
It offers nice clothing and shoe shops. A good place to eat and hang out as well. It boasts of a patch of green when you go al fresco. It also houses Starbucks and Seattle’s Best that offer a good view of this green patch. You’ll see a hodgepodge of young people in the latest fashion.