Greenhills Shopping Center

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Greenhills Shopping Center is the Philippines' premier shopping, entertainment, and dining destination - with over 2,000 stores in a unique indoor/outdoor environment. Located just 20 minutes from Ninoy Aquino International airport, and minutes away from most hotels, Greenhills Shopping Center is a worthwhile destination in itself for visitors and residents alike.

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