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Malls and shops in the neigh­bor­hood are a dream come true for those who want to get things done, stat

Ayala Malls Serin. Com­ple­ment­ing the laid­back feel of Ta­gay­tay City, this three-level com­mu­nity cen­ter sports a rus­tic and cozy vibe, with a land­scaped court­yard and pedes­trian walk­ways amidst many places to shop. Bgy. Cross­ing Silang East, Ta­gay­tay-Na­sugbu Road, Silang

Robin­sons Gen­eral Trias. The mall’s con­cept is all about keep­ing it lo­cal. In fact, it veers from the typ­i­cal box-type de­sign, and its in­te­ri­ors fea­ture el­e­ments that honor the town’s pa­tron saint, St. Francis of As­sisi. Te­jero, Gen­eral Trias

The Dis­trict Imus. A re­tail con­cept that brings lo­cal and for­eign brands to­gether to a ma­jor thor­ough­fare that links Manila to Cavite, this shop­ping mall also has open-air spa­ces for a re­fresh­ing shop­ping ex­pe­ri­ence. Daang Hari Road cor. Aguinaldo High­way, Bgy. Anabu II-D, Imus

V Cen­tral Mall. It’s the mall around the cor­ner, con­ve­nient for a quick run to the gro­cery store or for grab­bing a bite at one of the restau­rants. Molino Road, Molino Blvd, Bacoor

HomePlus Fur­ni­ture. Fur­nish your home us­ing pieces that suit any de­sign theme—from tra­di­tional Euro­pean to mod­ern to Hawai­ian trop­i­cal. Ayala Malls Serin, Bgy. Cross­ing Silang East, Ta­gay­tayNa­sugbu Road, Silang



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