At exactly 11 PM on November 11, Typhoon Ulysses has made its landfall in the Metro Manila area and neighboring provinces, causing water levels to rise in areas. The typhoon left no trace of land in areas like Rodriguez Rizal, San Mateo, Cainta, and Marikina causing power and water supply outages.
With that, several malls in the Metro Manila area have stepped up giving temporary shelter to our fellow Filipinos who are affected by the typhoon’s onslaught.
The SM Supermalls
In an update posted by the SM Supermalls yesterday, November 11, they announced that they will open and offer shelter to those stranded customers by Typhoon Ulysses. They also added on a post earlier today, November 12, that they will offer food, charging stations, and free parking to those who will seek refuge in their malls.
For more information, check SM Supermalls’ Facebook page.
Though they have announced that their malls will be closed due to the typhoon, Ayala Malls have decided to let their doors open for those who want to seek refuge during the storm and wait out the storm inside their malls.
For more information, check Ayala Malls’ Facebook page.
Robinsons Mall- Robinsons Galleria
Robinsons Galleria has announced that they will be offering temporary shelter, free overnight parking, free WiFi, and free charging of cellphones, gadgets, and rechargeable lamps. Other Robinsons Malls that are open for shelter include Robinsons Magnolia, Robinsons Place Manila, and Robinsons Forum.
For more information, check Robinsons Galleria’s Facebook page.
Megaworld Lifestyle Malls
Megaworld will open its doors to those who need shelter from the storm. They will be waiving overnight parking fees and there will be free WiFi, charging stations in selected areas, as well as lounges and bathrooms. Megaworld Lifestyle Malls include Eastwood City, Uptown Bonifacio, Forbes Town, Venice Grand Canal, and other Megaworld Lifestyle Malls.
For more information, check Megaworld Lifestyle Malls’ Facebook page.