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@chuvafinds goes to Century City Mall (Part 1)
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If you didn’t know yet, I have an Instagram account called @chuvafinds, which is dedicated to seeking unique items everywhere.
Some people have no patience for shopping. I do. Just drop me off at the mall, and if it’s a new mall to me, I’ll start on the highest floor and work my way down.

Last week I was invited to check out Century City Mall in Makati, which is owned by Century Properties. And I’m glad because I’ve never had the chance to explore that mall.
So I started at the top which has an event space and 12 Monkeys restaurant. But I wasn’t hungry so I went down this escalator

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Construction going on. The barricade reminds me of Hayao Miyazaki

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On the 3rd level, Le Petit Souffle caught my eye because of the decor.
Also because Chef Miko Aspiras of Scout’s Honor runs this place, which looks like outdoors indoor. I wonder if the food is as good as the interiors

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Nice floor

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Two of my favorite gadget stores are in the mall. Digital Walker is on the 3rd level

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I can swear by the Rimowa-esque Momax portable charger. Among all my chargers, this is the one hasn’t conked out.

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On the 2nd level is Beyond The Box, which is an Apple reseller

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If you could get only one thing in the mall, what would you? So I got myself the Space Grey Mac I’ve been thinking about for months. At six months to pay, it’s affordable. 🙂

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Also at the mall is a space called Mystery Manila, which is more for the older kids. It has mystery rooms where groups of people are locked in and given clues to solve a problem in order to get out.

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Basically I’m chicken, so this one’s not for me 🙂

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I went to Dimensione on the 3rd floor. It’s a homeowner’s wasteland, where I bought my organizing drawer bins a while back

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I love the minimalist home accessories

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They also have unique gift items, like this colorful spice rack

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The little Toby’s Estate on the 3rd floor serves your specialty coffees from Australia with freshly baked goods

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Right next to it are the cinemas, which I have yet to experience

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Especially the premiere cinema which has the lazy boy seats

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There’s a medium-sized Uniqlo on the 2nd floor where you can stock up on basics as well as winter wear, in case you’re traveling for the holidays

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Blue Carreon Home is on the 2nd level, named after its owner, lifestyle and fashion journalist, Blue Carreon.
It stocks home accessories, as well as gift items for that hard-to-please friend or relative. Good prices too!

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I love the macaron serving tray

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The pencils

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And the sosy doggie toys

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Speaking of sosy, there’s a posh-looking children’s store on the 2nd level called Chibi Momo, which looks more like it was plucked out of Madison Avenue.

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At Bench Edited, they have the cute Albertus Swanepoel x BENCH hats

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The Geraldine Javier collab

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and the colorful camouflage slip-ons

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On the first floor there’s a big Rubi store, which sells footwear at a steal

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Check this out: three pairs of flip-flops for Php 500!

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Love the marmy sandals

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Next: I’ll be checking out Hole In The Wall at the 4th level as well as the stores in the basement. The mall isn’t as small as I thought apparently. It needs a second day to explore.
To know more about Century City Mall, click HERE.

(To be continued)

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Love the resto selections there… and yes, I have yet to explore the whole of “Hole in the Wall”. Did try the Scout’s Honor and I love! love! their mint cookies 🙂

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nahkta

The cinema seats are really uncomfortable, you’d either get your neck strained or a headache. So either go for the premiere cinema with the lazy boy seats or watch somewhere else.

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Cleotie

There’s a sushi place called Wasabi Warriors outside at the ground, near Family Mart, Ms. C. Were you able to check it out? You might want to check the japanese food selections 🙂

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itsalyssatime.blogspot.com

Glad you like it there I live nearby hope I could spot you there take a picture with you po! 🙂

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oh_fudge

I love this. It feels like Podium when Podium was new-ish. Great place to hide from people. hehe

EDIT: your HERE link is not clickable, fyi. 🙂

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CVS Reply:

thanks I’ve fixed the link 🙂

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singapoorboy

why the mall looks deserted?

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CVS Reply:

i try to take pics without people in them

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rvchua Reply:

It looks better without people!

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