Robinsons Place Naga: A Quick Tour

Robinsons Place Naga has a floor area of 62,500 square meters on a land area of 67,300 square meters. Located on Roxas Ave. corner Almeda Highway, close to the Pan-Philippine Highway that brings those who travel by road to points in the Visayas and Mindanao, this can be an oasis where weary travelers can stop for a little bit of fun and relaxation before resuming their journeys.

But first of all how to get here?

Robinsons Place Naga is only 11 kilometers away from the city airport, 2.8 km from Ateneo de Naga University, 2.9 km from the Our Lady of Peñafrancia Basilica Minore and 1.3 km from the Jesse Robredo Coliseum. It is along major public transportation routes. Shoppers can go to and from the mall in jeepneys, multicabs and vans; on buses and other means of transportation.

The Al Fresco will welcome you once you enter the mall, filled with a majority of home-grown restaurants. It’s the best way to showcase why Naga City is the home of food lovers. The Al Fresco has a two-level building, upon entering you will be welcomed by the fresh breeze from the rich greenery inside and the chirping sound of the birds.

The Tree of Life, an imposing structure at the al fresco area is made of fiberglass with a smooth, glossy-white finish, the 15-meter sculpture by Jefre Manuel, features the iconic gabi (taro) leaf, an homage to the root crop that has catapulted Bicol to the country’s culinary map.

Robinsons Land Corporation paid homage and have taken into consideration the local representation of Bicol which is Gabi or Taro and Pili Nut as seen in detail and is incorporated in the interior of the building like the design of the ceilings, walls and posts.

The ceiling features a large, leaf-shaped decor reminiscent of the gabi leaves , lit up with LED lights that illuminate the ground floor.

The mall has three floors catering to local and international stores which offers a wide variety of products and services to different consumers. And we are very pleased to see our very own home-grown restaurants and shops paving its way and standing proudly together with the national brands.

Popular shops and fast-food chains are housed in each floor of the mall to delight its shoppers.

In Level one, commercial brands such as G&G, Alberto, Converse, Bayo, Guess and Levi’s are some of the shops where consumers can buy the trendiest clothes. Shoe lovers will frequent Payless Shoe Source as they buy the most affordable and stylish footwear.

Foodies’ most liked fast-food chains and bakeshops are also in level 1 such as Crown Park, Bigg’s Diner, Jollibee, Tugawe Cove Cafe, J. Emmanuel Pastries, Caramel Bakeshop and Baker’s Plaza.

Level 2 houses different notable brands in furniture, shoes and clothing such as La Sedia, World Balance, Outland and Vise Versa. Bicol Shirts City is also located in this level where locals and tourists can buy souvenirs for their loved ones.

DigiWorld which features the newest gadgets and electronics for techy geeks, they will enjoy shopping at the Sync Apple Reseller where they can buy the latest gadgets and phone accessories of good quality.

Choobi Choobi, Farron Cafe, Kenny Rogers, Hap Chan, Lemon Zone, Redbucks Coffee Shakes, Sbarro, Tk Takoyaki and Triboo Grill are some notable food brands available at the 2nd level.

Daiso Japan and ToysRus are also located and the 2nd level.

Level 3 features a wide-range of beauty care services for its customers. The Wellness Zone will feature Skin Perfect, Dermcare, Evegate Spalon and Nails Glow can help its clients to look and feel their best.

Additional go-to places in the mall includes Kidzoona where kids can learn and enjoy series of activities and Sports Zone where sports enthusiasts can choose from a variety of sports apparel.

Some restaurants are also located at the food gallery such as the Naga Garden, Western Plate, Smokey Minaluto, and Ice Blinkers with their famous halo-halo. Food Gallery that can cater 300 people with selection from different stalls having affordable food prices.

Let us not forget about Robinsons’ anchor tenants within the mall: Robinsons Department Store, Robinsons Supermarket, Robinsons Appliance and Handyman.

To better serve the mall’s patrons, Robinsons Place Naga’s Lingkod Pinoy Center is open to provide a more convenient way of transacting business with different government agencies. The Lingkod Pinoy Center will include a Pag-IBIG Member Services branch as well as various government agencies such as Philhealth which will offer Member Registration or Enrollment and updating of member’s accounts services; SSS which will extend its Issuance of SS number for employees/self – employed members, issuance of ID Number, status verification, membership contribution and loans benefits claims services; TESDA which will provide information on available Apprenticeship/Leadership programs, Information on Assessment & Certifications, and Career Guidance & Counseling. PHLPost shall be made available to the public for its services like issuance of Postal Identification ID, Sale of postage stamps and philatelic items; acceptance of letters & parcels; electronic postal money order and acceptance of Philhealth payment.

An activity center located at the center of the shopping center is perfect for big events and programs.

State of the art facilities were used by the mall like the automatic sensor soap dispensers and faucets in the lavatories of bathrooms.

Still Coming to the mall are brands we’re all excited for. Uniqlo opening in March 2018, Bon Chon opening October 2017, Mister Kimbob, Kuya J, Kamiseta, Plains & Prints, Regatta, Unica Hija, Giligan’s, Converse and Bench will be also opening soon.

Robinsons Place Naga is definitely a to-go place in the metro.

Photos from and Robinsons Place Naga Facebook Page


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  1. Kimmy

    Robinsons Place Naga’s Atrium is Not Gabi Leaves but Pilinut Leaves (5 leaves).

    The Gabi Leaf design is on the mall’s Al Fresco Area.

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