Ayala Land’s biggest Ayala Mall to date and the newest retail destination in Metro Manila opens up to the world through an ensemble of home-grown retail concepts, mixed with popular global brands. It features specialty multicultural hubs, offering a wide range of new and exciting selections merging a distinctly local design with art, fashion and food.
With a Gross Floor Area of almost 400k sqm, Ayala Malls Manila Bay has five levels of retail and dining options offering an exciting escape in the city that brings you new thrills and experiences. It also boasts of a multi-modal transportation hub for the commuting public’s convenience, five levels of BPO offices and a 350-room Seda Hotel that are soon to open.
Art and Entertainment
Aside from all the shopping and dining choices, Ayala Malls Manila Bay also has activity and entertainment hubs that are perfect for bonding with friends and family. There are 10 movie theaters in the mall, three of which are specially designed for an enhanced viewing experience: the Giant Screen, My Cinema and Family Cinema.
The Ayala Malls Manila Bay Activity Center will be a venue for fun and entertaining events that integrate culture and passions. The design gives the audience and mall-goers a view of the events from the ground floor up to the fifth floor.
Ayala Malls Manila Bay will hold exhibits and entertainment programs that cover a wide range of genres and interests.
Faithful to the Ayala Malls design DNA, Ayala Malls Manila Bay once again lets you bask in an expansive open space with its 1-hectare Central Garden. This houses a Garden Ring with word engravings perfect for “shoe-fies” and selfies. This picture-worthy spot features different Filipino dialects and popular expressions from “ganda” to “#onfleek.”
The Central Garden also features sculptures by prominent artists representing each of the three major islands in the Philippines: Michael Cacnio for Luzon, Vito Selma for Visayas and Ann Pamintuan for Mindanao. These sculptures are a representation of our archipelago. Michael Cacnio’s Luzon is represented by “palay” which symbolizes the euphoric feeling a good harvest brings.
Vito Selma’s artwork for Visayas, on the other hand, tells the story of Western, Central and Eastern Visayas and how these three groups of islands are the home to many. Ann Pamintuan’s Mindanao is represented by a cloud nine surf break. Idyllic and intense, its wave doubles as a question mark and references ever so gently Mindanao’s storied past, holding its breath and wondering about the future.
Surrounding the garden are restaurants with alfresco dining up until the fifth floor, offering a view of the greenery to go with their delicious meals. The Sunset Garden area on the roof deck features restaurant bars with extended hours to offer a fun night-out experience.
Ayala Malls Manila Bay is located at Asean Avenue corner Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard, Aseana City, Parañaque City. For more information about Ayala Malls Manila Bay, visit AyalaMalls.com and facebook.com/ayalamallsmanilabay.