I arrived at this mall thanks to the crowded but quite reasonable Philippine National Railways diesel railcars that in recent years have arrived from South Korea.
The mall was quite busy on the ground floor but not so on the upper floors.
It was reasonable: not as good as Robinsons Place Ermjita, though.
I bought some snacks which is all I was after. Much clothing (particulaerly womens') was for sale at pretty cheap prices.
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