Metro Manila Malls Are Offering Shelter to Those Stranded by Typhoon Ompong

As well as free overnight parking!

(SPOT.ph) In anticipation of Typhoon Ompong, several malls in Metro Manila have announced that they are opening their doors to those seeking shelter from the impending supertyphoon today, September 14, aside from offering free overnight parking. Perfect for when you think it's just too risky to attempt heading home due to flooding and heavy rain.

Here's a list of malls offering shelter and free overnight parking on September 14, as of writing:

Ayala Malls

Ayala Malls is opening their doors to those stranded due to floods caused by Typhoon Ompong. Although stores will be closed, restrooms and designated waiting areas will be open to the public even after mall operating hours. Overnight parking charges will be waived.

Megaworld Lifestyle Malls

The following Megaworld malls will be open for those seeking respite from the rain: Eastwood, Uptown BGC, Forbes Town, Newport Mall, San Lorenzo Place, Venice Grand Canal, Southwoods Mall, Lucky Chinatown, Paseo Center, California Garden Square, and Three Central. These malls' McDonald's branches, 24-hour convenience stores, drug stores, and supermarkets will be open. Overnight parking is free of charge.

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Robinsons Malls

The following Robinsons malls will be offering free parking on September 14 in case of heavy flooding: Robinsons Metro East, Robinsons Place Cainta, Robinsons Place Tuguegarao, Robinsons Place Ilocos, Robinsons Place Santiago, Robinsons Starmills Pampanga, Robinsons Angeles, Robinsons Place Malolos, Robinsons Place Pangasinan, and Robinsons Town Mall Malabon.

SM Supermalls

Selected SM malls including SM Megamall, SM North EDSA, and SM Mall of Asia will be offering shelter and free overnight parking to those affected by Typhoon Ompong on September 14.

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