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Running errands at Shangri-La Plaza

Here are essential tasks mall guests can carry out at Shangri-La Plaza in Mandaluyong even during ECQ (enhanced community quarantine). 

Running errands at Shangri-La Plaza
Essential establishments are open at Shangri-La Plaza in Mandaluyong. 
Go to the grocery - The Marketplace is open for quick supply runs to restock on food and household items as well as specialty offerings such as premium cheeses and deli meat. Healthy Options’ flagship store at the mall is also open for shoppers looking for health supplements, organic food items, and fresh fruits and vegetables. 

Go to the bank - Deposit, transfer, or withdraw money, update accounts, or pay bills while at the Shang as it is home to BDO, BPI, HSBC, PNB, and Security Bank, which are open on weekdays. 

Go to the hardware store - Pick up home repair and improvement needs at True Value. The hardware store also carries other home solutions from smart plugs and switches, bakeware, cookware, to gardening tools.  

Go to the pharmacy – Mercury Drug and Watsons in Shangri-La are open to cater to customers needing maintenance medications, over-the-counter drugs, vitamins and supplements, first-aid supplies, and other medical necessities as well as select grocery and personal care items. 

Go to the bookstore – Restock on work-from-home and distance learning essentials at National Bookstore and Office Warehouse, both open even during the strictest lockdown classification in the country. 

Shangri-La Plaza is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (MECQ mall hours); 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (ECQ mall hours). Call 8370-2597/98 or go to www.shangrila-plaza.com, Shangri-La Plaza’s Facebook page, or @shangrilaplazaofficial on Instagram for more information.

Topics: Shangri-La Plaza , enhanced community quarantine , The Marketplace
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