Serendra

Since Enchanted Kingdom in Laguna was closed when Ed and I went there, we went back to Manila and checked out Serendra instead. A lot of my friends have mentioned that I should drop by Serendra if ever I’m in Manila. They say it’s one of the most talked about places in Manila where you can dine and shop and that the place is really awesome. This was the reason why I’ve long wanted to check Serendra ever since we went to Manila last December. Honestly, I was disappointed. I don’t really find the place that great.

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Serendra is a 2-storey complex stretched in the middle of Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City, Metro Manila. There are 2 sides to the so-called “mall”. The other side is where selected shops are lined up and where everyone can bring their family and pets in the “park” themed establishment.

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Pets get a treat in the lawns of Serendra

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An electricity operated trike which you can ride for free to get you anywhere within Serendra

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Sunset over Serendra

The other side has condo units constructed surrounding Serendra. Trendy and upscale restaurants are scattered which I believe only caters to the upper class.

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What caught my interest though are the condo units that surrounded the place. They are all painted in yellow and the balcony and windows frames are painted in white. The wooden effect of the whole infrastructure kinda reminds me of a scene from Ashley Judd’s movie Double Jeopardy. It seems like I’m in some place in New Orleans enjoying the Mardi Gras.ย  ๐Ÿ˜†

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Titus, Cecille and I posing before we head for Donnie‘s crib

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High end and trendy restaurants surround the other side of Serendra

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Then just across Serendra, one could see Market! Market! This is another shopping center in the Global City which is more in tune to the middle class. This is also home to Cebu’s very own Gaisano chains, Metro Gaisano, a supermarket and department store that offers affordable products to its consumers.

We never got the chance to visit Market! Market! but they say it’s just like Metro Ayala here in Cebu.

Comments

  1. Cashmere says

    It looks like a trigger-happy place.. I would love to go there.. lol!

  2. hi! it’s nice there talga! you should check out Fully Booked. my cousin and I go there most of the time. Fave place to hang out!!! tc po!!!

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  3. yeah.. its a nice place cashmere…but for the high-end folks… ๐Ÿ˜†

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