SM Mall of Asia is home to the following attractions:
1. First IMAX cinema in the Philippines (another is found in SM North)
2. San Miguel By the Bay - highly recommended for lovers and friends who are on shoestring budget
3. Science Discovery Center - a great learning center/field trip spot for kids
4. SMX Convention Center - a big events place where one can attend concerts, special gatherings, exhibits, and conferences.
5. SM MOA Concert Grounds - great venue for foreign and local artists to stage concerts. This is located just outside IMAX Theater, between Sunset Avenue and Palm Coast Avenue.
6. SM MOA Arena - SM MOA Arena will be the new home of UAAP and NCAA in 2012.
7. Ferry Service to Cavite
8. Fireworks at 7pm every Saturday and Sunday and the previously held annual World Pyrolympics and now the 1st Philippine International Pyromusical Competition.
9. The Globe that lights up every night.
10. SM Mall of Asia North and South Terminals which houses jeeps, FX, vans, and multicabs that bring commuters to different parts of Metro Manila.
11. Olympic sized skating rink - the old and young flock this huge skating rink (with a backdrop of Mount Everest) to experience Christmas and to get away from the summer heat.
Directions on how to get to SM Mall of Asia:
*Remember that SM Mall of Asia is at the very end of EDSA. So all you have to focus on is to get to EDSA and go to its southern end. Nearest LRT/MRT Station is EDSA-Taft Avenue.
From the North:
Option 1. Quickest way to commute is by riding the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) Blue Line southbound. You can go down at the Taft Avenue Station and then either ride a bus bound for SM Mall of Asia or Baclaran or take a jeepney bound for SM Mall of Asia on the intersection below the terminal.From the South:
Option 2. You can also just take a bus going to Pasay/MOA if you are not pressed for time.
*Take note that there's a special jeepney that passes through Pasong Tamo, particularly Waltermart and Don Bosco and then goes to Osmena (South Super Highway), then turns to EDSA to go to MOA. These are special trips that you might be able to spot.
Option 3. If you are taking the LRT, see separate section below.
If you are coming from Alabang or any area from the south, you can take the jeepney going to Pasay Rotonda and then take the jeepney or bus under the Taft Avenue MRT station.
If you are coming from the Manila/Caloocan area or near the LRT stations, the best way is to take the Light Rail Transit (LRT) southbound and go down at the EDSA-Taft Avenue station, use the footbridge that connects the LRT station to the MRT station and then ride a jeepney or bus going to SM MOA, signboard is SM Mall of Asia, of course. Also, there are jeepneys via Taft Avenue that go straight to MOA.
If you are in the Roxas Boulevard/Baclaran/Paranaque area, there are jeepneys that pass by that have signboards saying MOA, these jeepneys have terminals in the MOA area as well.
If you are in the Macapagal Boulevard/Pasay area, there are jeepneys that pass by that have signboards saying MOA, these jeepneys have terminals in the MOA area as well.
For private vehicles: SM Mall of Asia is at the southern tip of EDSA so it is very easy to get to the area (check out map below). Just be sure to brave the traffic during rush hours if you are coming from the north and Makati area. Parking is available in and around Mall of Asia.
Of course, you can ride a taxicab from any area around the metro and just mention "MOA" or "Mall of Asia" and the driver already knows where to go.
Here's a map around the MOA area via Google Maps:
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Other landmarks and structures around MOA are Toyota Macapagal, Baclaran Church, Shrine of Jesus the Way, Manila Doctors College (along Macapagal Avenue), One Esplanade, and SM Corporate Offices. San Juan de Dios is also nearby via EDSA corner Roxas Blvd.
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