MANILA – With the holiday season coming, Filipinos are expected to flock to Tutuban Center, which recently had a facelift.
A popular spot among bargain hunters, Tutuban Center underwent a number of renovation work and building improvements, including 150 additional parking slots. The surrounding areas are noticeably cleaner, too.
Lighting is much better now in Tutuban as seen in the Main Station, the heritage building where the original train station stood in the 1800s.
Zoning has also improved to help shoppers find everything they want in each area. Food courts are more spacious and include Divisoria and Binondo favorites like El Presidente, Kikiam in Ilaya and King’s Bakeshop.
There is also a new cluster of stalls at level 3 of Tutuban Center’s Prime Block, selling anything from holiday decor to clothes, grooming kits and cookware. Despite the changes, customers can still expect their favorite discount shops in different parts of the mall.
View the slideshow to get a glimpse of the revitalized Tutuban Center.