MarQuee Mall, Angeles, Pampanga

The MarQuee Mall is one of the newest mall under the Ayala's name. It was opened last September 2009. It is located near the Angeles exit of NLEX and a few kilometers near Clark.

There are also residential lots for sale near the mall which is under the Ayala's name too.

It was only a three-floor building with posh stores and restaurants. It was like a community mall like the Alabang Town Center catering mainly for the residents and visitors of Pampanga.

The stores slots are already full and functional. Like any other Ayala Mall, the activity area is spacious enough for future events and mall shows.

Manila-bound Victory Liner buses pass by the MarQuee Mall's terminal area. Shuttle vans and jeepneys are also available for nearby towns of Pampanga.

There are also 4 cinemas available. The mall is anchored by the Metro Supermarket and Department Store.

Most of the restaurants are located outside the mall premises. It is a great place for partying or just chillin' even if the mall is already closed. c",)

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5 comments to “MarQuee Mall, Angeles, Pampanga”
AC Fun Page said...

Nice overview of MarQuee Mall, I linked back to you from

rairaiken said...

Thanks for dropping by and linking! c",)

skulgirltrx said...

I have an equal post regarding the Marquee. What set this one apart is that I don't have great shots like you have here. :)

rairaiken said...

Thanks for dropping by! I still have more things to learn though, thanks again... c",)

gracebpi said...

i loVe marquee mall!!!

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