Whatever you need, Abanao Square has all the basics covered.
Image: Abanao Square official website
Abanao Square might be the smallest and the most unassuming mall on this list, but much of its charm lies on its wide assortment of affordable goods and services – from apparel, personal care, and electronics, to banks, pawnshops, remittance centers, and even a fitness gym.
The five-storey shopping center opened back in 2002 and has since then turned into a sensation for Baguio locals not only because of its cheap wares, but also because of its convenient location. Surrounded by the major streets of Abanao, Zandueta, and Harrison Road, Abanao Square is also near famous landmarks such as Burnham Park, Session Road, the Baguio City Hall, and the Baguio City Market, making the mall literally central to people’s lives.
This convenience has also made Abanao Square a prime location for civic events in the past such as Red Cross Baguio’s blood donation drives and medical missions, last year’s Little Miss Baguio, and this year’s observance of World Autism Awareness Day.
Indeed, Abanao Square covers all of the locals’ everyday essentials, and then some more. For many years to come, the mall will be a standing testament that business in Baguio is brisk and blooming.
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Whether you’re a local or a tourist, you can never leave the streets of Baguio empty-handed. So make sure you cover all ground; you might step out of one of these malls with your best buys to date!