J. P. Laurel Avenue, Davao City, Mindanao, Philippines
I wouldn’t really consider this as an attraction and a ‘must-see’ when visiting Davao. However, as a mall, it is entirely new and clean. I was there to buy some ‘pasalubongs’ for friends back in Manila. Foodcourt is quite spacious and diversity of retail shops are 5/5!
One of the best things I can say about Abreeza is its beautiful foodcourt overlooking the city. It is very relaxing and would provide comfort while you eat. Other than that it’s a typical middle class mall, where you can shop, dine, and stroll.
Cool ambiance, less crowded mall and lots of restaurants to dine with
Abreeza is the place where my family and friends shop, eat, watch movies and just doing window shopping and killing time. It has a cool and quieter ambiance than the other malls so we only chose this place to go especially during weekends. It is just in front of a catholic church so it’s an easy stop during Sundays. Best time to visit is weekdays because there’s less shoppers so the mall is now crowded and they zumba sessions during weekday afternoons. So if you want to get fit, just go there and have fun. Just be extra careful that you don’t spend too much.
Abreeza Mall is an Ayala Mall located in Davao. The mall has a lot of stores and food choices. In the 3rd floor, I got to check out some delicacies and Davao goods. There’s also a food court where one can see the view overlooking Davao City.
The mall was huge, and was located at the heart of davao city. The place was well maintained even the Comfort rooms were clean. The exits however were quite confusing.
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