Mall of Asia currently the Philippine’s largest and world’s third largest mall. Since its opening in May 2006, Filipinos considered it as a tourist destination, and a bargain haven for bargain hunters, as well as for retail business individuals.
Mall of Asia is owned by the same owners of SM chain of malls all over the country. Led by Chairman Mr. Henry Sy, Sr.
Mall of Asia Facts:
- 4 hectares/386,000 sq. m. floor area
- 8,000 parking slots
- 5,000 square meters for public utility vehicles
- 100 slots for tourist buses
- Almost one kilometer in length, and a perimeter of almost 2 kilometers
- Close to 2 million bags of cement used
- 44,000 gallons of paint consumed
- Designed by Arquitectonica, a US based architectural firm
See the contact information and maps…
As of this moment i’m looking and ready to go to the Pasay City Post Office. I went to my neighbor to ask how to get to the place, but she was not around. So I had to use Google, my friend.
This is the address i found on the web about Pasay City Post Office:
Pasay Central Post Office
Tramo St., 1300 Pasay City
Pasay Central Post Office Map powered by Wikimapia and Google.
I found another online Metro Manila map. Really helpful especially if you have a 3G phone, or any pocket device that could browse the web. If you’re stuck somewhere in Manila or in any city* in the Philippines, just get your gadget and visit OpenStreetMap.org.ph.
*Still selected cities for now since this is a new project. You can add a map of your city or town if it’s still not in the site’s database.
One of the good things in Metro Manila is the availability of jobs. You can find thousands of them, but landing a job is the problem though, haha.
One of the ways in searching for a job is through a job fair, and Jobstreet an online jobsearch website is holding one to be held on March 16-17, 10am to 7pm GLORIETTA ACTIVITY CENTER in Makati City.