Ayala Malls Solenad

November 14, 2017 1:12 am

DINE AND SHOP AT NUVALI

Ayala Malls Solenad is an ever-evolving shopping hub at the heart of NUVALI. The sprawling eco-city brings the people of the South closer to well-loved brands and consumer items.

Laguna, the South of Metro Manila, is the gateway to the towns and districts of the rest of CALABARZON like Tagaytay, Batangas, and Muntinlupa. Solenad makes various retail and dining choices for residents and professionals outside the estate. At the same time, NUVALI’s greeneries, calm waters, and open spaces serve as a temporary escape from cities and humdrum of daily life.

RELAXED SHOPPING EXPERIENCE WITH A CREATIVE BACKDROP

Solenad 1, 2, and 3 offers over 400 stores bordering retail, dining, and entertainment. Lifestyle and fashion segments such as the athleisure and streetwear options are all present in the pedestrian-friendly shopping destination.

Lush greeneries and open spaces surround the establishments of Solenad, offering a relaxed and leisurely shopping experience. Retail therapy at Solenad comes with the view of the sunlit sky. Intimate gatherings and quick bites become a magical feast through the view of the lake.

A few steps from the shopping establishments is the Activity Park. The spacious ground has 800 sqm atrium dedicated to various cultural and entertaining events. The atrium is home to concerts, concept fairs, exhibits and product launches.

Part of the Activity Park is small gardens for intimate shows, gathering and pocket activities. Furthur down the area is an outdoor playground. Children and young at heart can enjoy its features from the ever-present slides to spring riders. There’s also a glow-in-the-dark swing set – all of which are on top of a rubber flooring for a safety hazard.

Solenad is both a lifestyle and cultural center. It’s a place that celebrates the local architecture, artistry and design. It raises the quality of life by becoming a hub for creativity, innovation and refined taste.

 

 

 

 

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