Paseo de Roxas is a prime commercial artery in the Makati Central Business District of Metro Manila, Philippines. It is a six-lane avenue that cuts through the middle of the business district connecting San Lorenzo Village in the west to Bel-Air Village in the east.
Starting at its western terminus at Arnaiz Avenue, Paseo de Roxas crosses into Legaspi Village passing by the Greenbelt mall complex, the Asian Institute of Management, as well as several low to mid rise office and residential towers. As it enters Salcedo Village east of Ayala Avenue, the buildings give way to high rises on the north side and the entire length of the Ayala Triangle Gardens on the south. Past the intersection with Makati Avenue, Paseo de Roxas skirts the northern side of Urdaneta Village. It then crosses Gil Puyat Avenue and Jupiter Street before entering the gated Bel-Air Village, where it ends at its intersection with Mercedes and Hydra Streets.
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Gems Gonzalez | Apr 29, 2018
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.
anthon y cullen | Apr 22, 2018
Massive mall with all the usual mid and high end suspects in retail nirvana. Central open air courtyard with massive array of bars/restaurants is an absolute delight with its parkland feel. Very clever development. Catholic church in middle of outdoor area is well patronised by the faithful each Sunday. This is a top spot easily accessed by grab taxi (downloading the app when in Manila a must).
Richard Francisco | Feb 23, 2018
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.
Anton M. | Apr 1, 2018
The atmosphere is beautiful. The trees, the ponds and the garden make it an attraction to many people. You get to relax here with all the fresh air. The inside has a lot of space which can still be used for amenities. Recommend this mall!
Benedict Uy | Apr 2, 2018
We stopped by for a brief visit due to time constraints. We walked around the 5 different Greenbelt areas and the park. Greenbelt 5 seems to be the higher end mall with the fancier shops and had a nicer feel while Greenbelt 1 was a bit more old looking and run down. Although all the malls had food areas it looked like Greenbelt 2 is primarily restaurants. It would be easy enough to spend a day or two here just slowly looking around the different areas. Nice selection of everything you would be looking for in a mall.
laurenne angel | May 25, 2018
It was my first time to see this mall last March 2018. Very nice ambiance and there were a lot of very good shops, restaurants, and stalls in here. I really liked the place specially that they have outdoor gardens and a chapel too...
Dada Llorca | Jul 19, 2018
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.
Aila Asistores | Jul 27, 2018
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!
MJ Zeek Daniels | Jun 10, 2018
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.
Matt Clarke | Jul 8, 2018
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!
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