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THE PREMIER SHOPPING, DINING AND RECREATIONAL DESTINATION IN SOUTH MANILA.

This mall is one of the oldest yet grandest in Manila Metro South. Over 800 stores and specialty shops make the 20-hectare Festival Mall the prime shopping, dining, and recreational destination in South Manila.

What further makes it the best mall in the area are its major tenants, its numerous dining options, and its reputation as the only mall with two indoor amusement centers: Pixie Forest and X-Site.

Festival Mall is a kaleidoscope of shopping, recreation, amusement and celebration all rolled into one dynamic destination. It is a fusion of nature and leisure. Designed by world-renowned RTKL from the United States, it is a mall built for every family looking for a unique and exciting shopping experience.

What to expect from Festival Mall

Casual Dining Outlets
 
Fast Food Outlets
 
Fashionable Boutiques
 
Hardware Stores
 
Appliance Stores
 
Home Furnishing Centers
 
Hobby and Souvenir Shops
 
Health and Wellness Centers
 
Supermarkets
 
Department Stores
 
Service Centers
 


ABOUT FESTIVAL MALL

Festival Alabang, formerly known as Festival Supermall and colloquially known as Festi, is a shopping mall owned and operated by Filinvest Land, Inc.'s subsidiary, Filinvest Alabang, Inc. The mall is located at Filinvest Corporate City in Alabang, Muntinlupa, in the Philippines. The mall opened on 15 May 1998.

800+
local and international brands

4,000+
Multi-level parking spaces

2
Indoor amusement centers

170,000+
Sqm gross leasable area

HOW TO GET TO FESTIVAL MALL

The mall is located in the heart of Filinvest City. There are buses, UV Express and jeepneys that travel back and forth to Alabang 24/7. That's why this mall is one of favorite shopping, dinning and hangout places in Metro Manila and the metro South.

Via Public Commute
  • If you are coming from Quezon City, Caloocan City and the nearby place from North Metro, just look for a bus bound to ALABANG (South Station). Drop off South Station Alabang and cross the bridge that connects a pathway to Festival Mall. Do the same if you are coming from Mandaluyong, Pasig, Makati or Taguig.
  • If you are from Manila, Pasay City, Paranaque or Las Pinas, you can take either Zapote-Alabang Road or Sucat Road then West Service Road going to Alabang. There are jeepneys passing those routes.
  • If you are coming from Laguna, just take a jeepney or bus ride to Alabang and drop off South Station (there are PUJs that pass in front of Festivall Mall entrance.)
  • If you are coming from Cavite, take a jeepney ride bound to Zapote in Las Pinas then take another jeepney ride headed to Alabang.

If you are bringing your private vehicle, you can just search Festival Mall on Waze or Google Maps. There are plenty of parking spaces inside and outside the mall area.

Nearest Transport Terminal: South Station Alabang
Jeepney Routes: SLT West Service Road-Alabang; Alabang-Zapote Road-Alabang
Bus Routes: Makati/EDSA-Metropolis Mall/Alabang; Lawton/Taft/PGH-Alabang

Festival Mall

Address: Commerce Avenue Filinvest Corporate City, Alabang, Muntinlupa, Metro Manila
Regular Mall Hours: 10am - 9pm daily
Website: www.festivalsupermall.com
Facebook: Festival Mall
Instagram: @festivalmall

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FESTIVAL MALL - a short guide to your favorite hangout place in Metro South

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THE PREMIER SHOPPING, DINING AND RECREATIONAL DESTINATION IN SOUTH MANILA.

This mall is one of the oldest yet grandest in Manila Metro South. Over 800 stores and specialty shops make the 20-hectare Festival Mall the prime shopping, dining, and recreational destination in South Manila.

What further makes it the best mall in the area are its major tenants, its numerous dining options, and its reputation as the only mall with two indoor amusement centers: Pixie Forest and X-Site.

Festival Mall is a kaleidoscope of shopping, recreation, amusement and celebration all rolled into one dynamic destination. It is a fusion of nature and leisure. Designed by world-renowned RTKL from the United States, it is a mall built for every family looking for a unique and exciting shopping experience.

What to expect from Festival Mall

Casual Dining Outlets
 
Fast Food Outlets
 
Fashionable Boutiques
 
Hardware Stores
 
Appliance Stores
 
Home Furnishing Centers
 
Hobby and Souvenir Shops
 
Health and Wellness Centers
 
Supermarkets
 
Department Stores
 
Service Centers
 


ABOUT FESTIVAL MALL

Festival Alabang, formerly known as Festival Supermall and colloquially known as Festi, is a shopping mall owned and operated by Filinvest Land, Inc.'s subsidiary, Filinvest Alabang, Inc. The mall is located at Filinvest Corporate City in Alabang, Muntinlupa, in the Philippines. The mall opened on 15 May 1998.

800+
local and international brands

4,000+
Multi-level parking spaces

2
Indoor amusement centers

170,000+
Sqm gross leasable area

HOW TO GET TO FESTIVAL MALL

The mall is located in the heart of Filinvest City. There are buses, UV Express and jeepneys that travel back and forth to Alabang 24/7. That's why this mall is one of favorite shopping, dinning and hangout places in Metro Manila and the metro South.

Via Public Commute
  • If you are coming from Quezon City, Caloocan City and the nearby place from North Metro, just look for a bus bound to ALABANG (South Station). Drop off South Station Alabang and cross the bridge that connects a pathway to Festival Mall. Do the same if you are coming from Mandaluyong, Pasig, Makati or Taguig.
  • If you are from Manila, Pasay City, Paranaque or Las Pinas, you can take either Zapote-Alabang Road or Sucat Road then West Service Road going to Alabang. There are jeepneys passing those routes.
  • If you are coming from Laguna, just take a jeepney or bus ride to Alabang and drop off South Station (there are PUJs that pass in front of Festivall Mall entrance.)
  • If you are coming from Cavite, take a jeepney ride bound to Zapote in Las Pinas then take another jeepney ride headed to Alabang.

If you are bringing your private vehicle, you can just search Festival Mall on Waze or Google Maps. There are plenty of parking spaces inside and outside the mall area.

Nearest Transport Terminal: South Station Alabang
Jeepney Routes: SLT West Service Road-Alabang; Alabang-Zapote Road-Alabang
Bus Routes: Makati/EDSA-Metropolis Mall/Alabang; Lawton/Taft/PGH-Alabang

Festival Mall

Address: Commerce Avenue Filinvest Corporate City, Alabang, Muntinlupa, Metro Manila
Regular Mall Hours: 10am - 9pm daily
Website: www.festivalsupermall.com
Facebook: Festival Mall
Instagram: @festivalmall

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