SM Aura Premier
SM Aura Premier is an upscale shopping mall located along McKinley Parkway and C5 Road cor. 26th St., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, Metro Manila, Philippines, owned by SM Prime Holdings, the country's largest mall developer.
SM AURA TAGUIG. I personally avoid malls because I’m not a big fan of crowded places. And malls in the Philippines tend to get REALLY crowded especially during Fridays and weekends. But this one is an exception, 1 because it’s less crowded and 2 it’s very near :) has great restaurants at the top…
Great space and aesthetics. Lovely places to shop. Awesome places to eat and chat.
A large upscale shopping mall that’s full of amazing branded shops, world-class cinemas, vast rooftop gardens and so much more!
“Uptown Mall is the flagship lifestyle mall development of Megaworld Corporation under the Megaworld Lifestyle Malls brand. The 5-level lifestyle mall anchors Megaworld’s Uptown Bonifacio township located at the northern part of Fort Bonifacio in Taguig City. It hosts a variety of lifestyle, retail, leisure and entertainment offerings from local brands to international establishments.”
“You will find here a cluster of cafes, restaurants, shops, park and everything else you need for shopping and eating. They usually have a weekend market in High street where you can sample filipino delicasies, fashion and art.”
“The Mind Museum is a well-anticipated, world class Science museum in the Philippines. Log on to know more about the amazing science galleries and exhibits.”
“As of 2012, the museum has five main galleries occupying a 4,900 sq meters (53,000 sq ft) exhibit areas and spanning 2 floors. the Galleries each had its own theme namely, atom, life, earth, universe and technology which are linked by feature called "Nature's webways". the atom, life, earth, universe galleries are located on the first floor while the technology gallery are found in the first floor of the two story museum ”
“A mall with a large Metro department store, plenty of other stores of all sorts, a food court, other restaurants, a cinema, laser game, several sets of market stalls including a gift market and clothes market, outside are more restaurants, rows of Filipino food stalls selling delicacies from different islands, flower stalls, and there’s plenty more.”