Go to the cinema, peruse upmarket boutiques and wander along the paths of the landscaped gardens in this modern shopping compound.
The Ayala Center is a vast shopping complex comprising several malls in sleek, modern buildings with gardens, a cinema and entertainment venues. It is a cultural hotspot with a lagoon, a food strip and high-end stores. Spend the day acquiring gifts and souvenirs in this enormous shopping labyrinth.
Relax in the Terraces, which consists of multiple layers with balconies and green spaces. Its rows of trees hide the urbanity of this commercial district and generate a serene ambiance. Let the kids play on a sunny day in this scenic section of the mall.
Stroll through the open-air part of the mall for its upscale stores and restaurants. Enjoy Cebu’s generally good weather and dine under the stars at the mix of local and international restaurants with vegetarian options.
Find whatever you need in the all-encompassing department stores, such as Marks and Spencer. The mall contains fashionable brands including Topshop, Lacoste, Levi’s and Vans. Watch some of the latest releases with your family at the cinema at this modern site. Between sightseeing outings, pamper yourself with the array of treatments available at The Spa At Cebu.
The site was the second Ayala complex in the Philippines, after the original was opened in Metro Manila. The majority of shops open daily from morning until fairly late in the evening. Enter the complex for free. Join 85,000 daily visitors at this popular shopping, dining and entertainment complex.
Find the Ayala Center in the leafy commercial center of Cebu Business Park in the eastern part of the city in its namesake province. Take a bus or jeepney to the stops at Keppel Tower Cebu Business Park or San Carlos Seminary complex and then walk a few minutes to reach Ayala Center. Alternatively, drive and park in one of the complex’s enormous underground lots. Nearby attractions include the Carmelite Monastery, the Redemptorist Church and Saint Joseph the Patriarch Parish.