September 21st, 2017
The SM Aura Premier Philippines represents an important attraction point for luxury shopping spenders and also for tourists who travel to Manila, Philippines. This exclusive shopping destination occupies a surface of 235,000 sq meters and was entirely created and developed by SM Prime Holdings with the help of architect Willy Cosculluela. Aura Premier Philippines has a strategic location in Bonifacio Global City of Taguig City being incrusted in the nature and designed concordant with the surrounding environment.
Some people say that Aura Premier Philippines creates an energetic shield and generates positive energy for visitors due to 3 basic elements that represent the core of the entire building: water, air and earth. Another important fact about Aura Premier Philippines is represented by the ecological method of construction: green roof which was especially designed to reduce sun radiations and heat effect or advanced systems of water recycle. These important features made Aura Premier Philippines an important green mall to obtain the Gold LEED given by US Green Building Council. Visitors can spend even several days at the Aura Premier Philippines without getting bored because it offers every service a tourist might need. Besides bars or restaurants, supermarkets, cinemas or IMAX theater, visitors are welcome to visit botanical gardens or even relax their senses and enjoy in the Samsung Hall or at the Chapel of San Pedro.
Luxury goods spenders are able to enjoy shopping all day long because international flagship stores are presenting their latest collections. Also Asian local brands like Uniqlo, Herve Chapelier or L’Indochine can be found on the luxuriant halls of the mall. Aura Premier Philippines is the perfect place for families with children, business meetings and also luxury shopping in a natural décor. To complete the evolutional trend of mega constructions, the SM Aura Premier Philippines built an impressive 29 level business office green tower at the end of the mall called SM Aura Office Tower.