Getting there is as simple as 123.
1. Take a LRT-1 then get off at Vito Cruz Station.
2. Walk a little and try to find the "Orange Jeeps" which would directly take you to the said mall.
Landmarks within the vicinity : Century Park Seafood Restaurant, Bangko Sentral Ng Pilipinas.
Helmed as the country's first modern mall.
Harrison Plaza is probably one of the oldest malls in the country, which is also
quite evident by it's old city vibe and overall architectural designs. A look very reminiscent of the old
Virra Mall in Greenhills.
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enters the current generation. As controversies and buy-out/renovation talks from SM continues to persist.
Harrison Plaza was also smart enough to had partnered itself with both mall giants, Robinson's
and SM. Resulting with the place having both a Watsons and a Mercury Drugstore.
In addition to the usual shopping and dining establishments.
It also houses (most probably) one of the country's biggest Booksale.
But sadly enough, we were unable to purchase anything.
Questionable recreational areas.
And equally questionable action figures.
All in all, the place might have been left behind by other more popular malls.
But it does it's best to keep up with the times. And at this day and age of throwbacks and nostalgia, maybe this mall deserves more than just your memories but your time and attention as well.