The Satellite Market is located in Legazpi City in Albay Province. Located near the Central Bus Terminal, Satellite Market is a cluster of merchant stores selling crafts uniquely Bicolano, including wood products, leather, wallets, footwear, colorful home decorations, plant fibers and abaca crafts like comfy house slippers, artful and colorful bags, baskets of all shapes and colors, unique house decors, various house utility items and containers. Continue reading
Negros Oriental Arts & Heritage is located in Bacong in Negros Oriental Province. Negros Oriental Arts & Heritage, or NOAH, for short, is a stone crafting facility and souvenir shop that produces handcrafted goods made from gemstones such as jade, agate, jasper, onyx, petrified wood, seashells, cavestone, mountainstone, fossils, riverstones and minerals. Among the products they produce for export are quality stonecraft furniture, jewel boxes and fashion accessories. Continue reading
The Greenhills Shopping Center is a mid-to-upscale bargain shopping center catering to all social classes who are looking for cheap thrills with stylish branding. Located in San Juan, Manila, this shopping center has thousand of stores and stalls. The shopping arcades are usually crowded every Christmas as young and old people troop to Greenhills not only to buy gifts and giveaways but also to witness the lifesize mannequin show known as the “Christmas on Display”. Tourists and foreign visitors are also brought here to shop for cheap versions of branded items as well as Filipiniana souvenirs. Greenhills Shopping Center is the Philippines’ premier shopping, entertainment, and dining destination – with over 2,000 stores in a unique indoor/outdoor environment. Located just 20 minutes from Ninoy Aquino International airport, and minutes away from most hotels, Greenhills Continue reading
Anyone who wants to see the meticulous process of traditional cloth weaving practiced for ages by Cordillera women can go to Easter Weaving Room in Baguio City. The weaving room is open to the public from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Saturday. “Many companies do not allow their customers to enter the work area. But not the Easter Weaving Room. We are proud to show the world how our native weavers produce export-quality materials. Cordillera women have a natural talent for weaving,” says Virginia Doligas, who manages EWRI. People who are fond of handwoven products and native fabrics will be mesmerized by the colorful indigenous clothes, shoes and bags hand-loomed by expert weavers from Benguet, Apayao, Mt. Province and Apayao. Doligas says that they provide livelihood for young mothers by training Continue reading
The Aldevinco Shopping Center is one of the best places to buy pearls and handicrafts in Davao. This shopping center is located between two of Davao City’s busiest thoroughfares, conveniently nestled at the junction of Claro M. Recto and Manuel Roxas Avenues.
In 1963, Conrado Alcantara and his wife, Ladislawa, took one look at an 8,370 square meter property along Claveria Avenue (now Claro M. Recto Avenue) and decided that it was the perfect place for a commercial complex. Davao City then had just entered a time of progress in construction and even in business. The Alcantaras invited the Manila based group of Architect Roman Solitaria to build the first shopping center in Davao City, the Aldevinco Shopping Center or simply known as Aldevinco. Continue reading
SM Prime’s latest shopping mall offering, SM Aura Premier, is designed to stand out from the neighboring buildings not only through visual aesthetics, but also with well-designed architectural and operational highlights for the enjoyment and convenience of customers, tenants, and employees alike. The SM Aura Premier shopping experience is at its intuitive best – offering the brightest in global and local fashion, housing new flagship stores, and providing world-class service with the distinct SM touch, acclaimed in the retail industry for decades. Continue reading
Embarcadero de Legazpi is a premier waterfront development in the Legazpi City harbor that is emerging as a world-class lifestyle hub both for tourists and the locals. It has become Bicol Region’s premier urban mall and shopping center that gives you an array of lifestyle options –whether for dining, shopping, or entertainment. The Embarcadero is a major waterfront development in Legazpi fronting the main harbor of Legazpi with views towards Mayon Volcano. It consists of retail spaces, restaurants, markets, a major civic space and landmark lighthouse. Being the only mall that is open even until past midnight, Embarcadero de Legazpi revitalized the city’s nightlife. With a beaming searchlight on top of its signature shimmering lighthouse and Continue reading
Located along Palma Gil Street, in a 2- storey building formerly occupied by the Department of Education, the Davao City Pasalubong (Souvenir) Center is right at the heart of the city to serve as a one- stop destination for Davao made products. Through the years, Davao City has been known to have various quality food and non- food products that are always sought after by visitors and tourists who come to the city. The center carries exclusively Davao- made products such as locally grown fresh fruits, flowers, processed foods, gifts, housewares and fashion accessories. A coffee shop located on one end of the building is also serving uniquely Continue reading
The Robinsons Place Bacolod‘s mall regular hours of operation is daily from 10:00am in the morning until 8:00pm in the evening. The Robinson’s Place Bacolod, on Lacson Street in the Mangaldan district of Bacolod City, includes the Robinsons Department Store, the Robinsons Supermarket, and the Robinsons Movieworld. Other establishments at this shopping center include a Food Court, the Handyman Hardware Store, Bowling & Billiards Centers, and more. Continue reading
The Robinsons Magnolia mall’s regular hours of operation is daily from 10:00am in the morning until 9:00pm in the evening. On Fridays and Saturdays, the shopping center closes at 10:00pm.