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Robinson Galleria Cebu

Robinsons Galleria Cebu

Robinson’s Galleria Cebu is the second Robinson’s mall in Cebu developed by Robinsons Land Corporation owned by John Gokongwei, who originally hails from Cebu City.

Galleria officially opened on Dec. 10, 2015. It is located very close to Pier 4, it can be accessed along Sergio Osmeña Boulevard.

This my first time to visit this mall, more than a month after it opened.

SM Seaside City – video

This is the man’s eyeview version of SM Seaside City.

Below is the bird’s eyeview. I posted this in my article about Seaside City.

SM City Cebu

Wow, SM City Cebu! My favorite all-time tambayan, suroyanan, hideaway. This is one of the reasons why I flunked some of my subjects in school! Haha, okay enough with the blame game.

SM Cebu City
At the vehicle entrance, in the jeepney parking area.

SM City Cebu opened in November of 1993. After its opening,other malls such as Gaisano Country Mall and other older department stores in Colon had lost its  popularity amongst Cebuanos.

SM Cebu City
At the topmost floor.

SM City Cebu is the first SM mall branch outside of Metro Manila.

SM Cebu City
Overlooking at the ground floor or basement.

Currently, the fourth largest mall in the Philippines.

SM Cebu City
Going up to the top floor.

SM Cebu City
At the bowling center, located in the top floor.

SM Cebu City
Shot in the first level.

SM Cebu City
On the left is the spiral stairs, located in the middle of SM City.

CIFC Tower

CIFC Towers Cebu City Philippines

This commercial building is located in front of SM City Cebu, and is designed by Archt. Arsenio Abella.

Cebu International Finance Corporation or better known as CIFC has office spaces available for rent to businesses or other organizations.

I was a huge admirer of the design of this building, it was unique when I first saw it in the mid 1990s.

Address and contact information of CIFC:
Juan Luna Avenue Extension
Cebu City, Philippines
032 232 4403

Here is the location map of CIFC Tower:

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Gimik Barkada KTV

If you were expecting a KTV with underdressed sexy women, well you go search again in Google :D. Gimik Barkada KTV is also a family music lounge. So basically, this place is for everyone.

My barkada went out to show off our singing voice, but only for us to hear though.

Gimik KTV
The Gimik Barkada KTV sign outside. This ktv joint is located in Mango Square Gen. Maxilom Avenue.

Gimik KTV Cebu
I personally don’t like their entrance, it’s so dark. Probably they’re cutting costs. 😀

Gimik KTV Cebu
The hallway, leading to the ktv rooms. We transferred to another room because of the smell of smoke left by those who first occupied.

Gimik KTV Cebu
Hey, I did not sing this song ha.

Gimik KTV Cebu
Ako ning barkada nag kanta.

Gimik KTV
After our singing session, this was past 10:00 pm na.

Overall, this ktv joint is good, not too expensive and not too cheap either. Just prepare about 500 pesos for the rest of your barkada.

Gimik KTV’s contact number is 032-2530129

Ayala Center Cebu’s Spiral Stairs

Well, not really a full spiral stairs, I just lacked for words to call this part of Ayala Center Cebu.

This area of the mall is where I stay if I wait for somebody, a friend or aheem – date.

Ayala Center Cebu
With this shot, I waited for my male barkadas dili chick ha. 😀

Park Mall

Park Mall is located in Mandaue Reclamation Area, in Mandaue City, Cebu. On its right across is Cebu International Convention Center.

Basically, this mall is shopping and dine only. There is no theater or cinema. But still a good alternative to other malls located in the inner Cebu.

Park Mall Cebu City
Park Mall’s facade.

Park Mall Cebu City
Parking area of Park Mall

Park Mall Cebu City
Vehicle entrance.

Park Mall Cebu City
Park Mall rotonda tower and sign.

Park Mall Cebu City
Restaurants and eatery area.

Park Mall Cebu City
Mang Inasal.

Park Mall Cebu City
Tsibom. I’ve read good reviews about this restaurant’s service and food.

Park Mall Cebu City
Ice Castle. My favorite, their halo halo is so good.

Park Mall Cebu City
Japanese style garden beside the restaurants.

Park Mall Cebu City
Japanese inspired mini garden.

Park Mall Cebu City
Japanese inspired mini garden..

Park Mall Cebu City
Entrance to the mall building.

Park Mall Cebu City
Inside the mall.

Park Mall Cebu City
Artificial tree.

Park Mall Cebu City
At the second are the stalls.

Park Mall Cebu City
Second floor, accessories, bags and household items.

City Savings Bank

City Savings Bank is a thrift bank owned by the Aboitiz Group.

This bank was established in 1966 in Cebu City, and now has 24 branches in the Visayas and Mindanao.