Megaworld Lifestyle Malls’ Lucky Chinatown launches Lucky Chinatown Transport Hub to aid Mall-goers

Lucky Chinatown aims for more accessibility, create more routes for customers 

Megaworld Lifestyle Malls’ Lucky Chinatown launched the Lucky Chinatown Transport Hub to make travel easier for its customers going to and from the establishment, last Saturday, June 24, as part of the mall’s way of honoring Manila Day.

The mall, which is nestled in the heart of Binondo, has alleviated one of their customers’ concerns when it comes to its accessibility, as the Filipino-Chinese community’s hub did not have a direct line to one of the bigger transport centers which is in Cubao, Quezon City.

Manila vice mayor Yul Servo Nieto attends the inauguration of Explore Manila: Lucky Chinatown Transport Hub.

There is now a jeepney route from Lucky Chinatown going to Cubao thanks to the Lucky Chinatown Transport Hub, which will make it easier for mall-goers to visit. Aside from that, the transport hub has also included additional jeepney routes going to the Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange (PITX) via Taft avenue and from PITX to Lucky Chinatown via Mabini. A van service has also been provided in the transport hub that goes directly to Sucat via the Coastal Road and vice versa. Lastly, TokTok riders were also included in the hub who can drop off customers to any point in Manila.

The launch was graced by Manila Vice Mayor Yul Servo who was elated at the mall’s initiative to help address part of Binondo’s areas for improvement. Manila’s second-highest ranking official is looking forward to more initiatives led by Lucky Chinatown in improving the vicinity around the mall thanks to its presence.

“We believe it is part of our duty to provide safe passage and ensure that Lucky Chinatown is accessible to everyone. This transportation improvement also plays a huge part in our responsibility as members of the City of Manila. This may be a start to provide more routes from our end so that we will reach more customers who want to visit us here in Binondo,” shared Lucky Chinatown general manager Norico Mizoguchi.

This is the first transport hub launched in a Megaworld Lifestyle Mall to cater to commuters and customers who frequent Megaworld malls.

Lucky Chinatown launches routes from Binondo going to Cubao, Sucat via Coastal Road, Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange (PITX), and others.

Megaworld Lifestyle Malls is the retail and commercial development arm of Megaworld Corporation, one of the Philippines’ largest real estate companies. The Retail Asia Awards 2023 Marketing Initiative of the Year awardee’s mission is to make happiness and meaningful connections a lifestyle for its communities as the country’s premier developer of lifestyle destinations with exceptional designs, offerings and experiences.

There are currently 20 Megaworld Lifestyle Malls across the country. These include: Eastwood Mall, Eastwood Citywalk, Lucky Chinatown, Uptown Bonifacio, Forbes Town, Venice Grand Canal, Newport Mall at Newport World Resorts, Southwoods Mall, Festive Walk Iloilo, Three Central Mall, Paseo Center, San Lorenzo Place Mall, Arcovia City, California Garden Square, The Clubhouse at Temple Drive, Greenhouse at Village Square Alabang, Alabang West Parade, Twin Lakes Shopping Village, Mactan Alfresco, and Boracay Newcoast.

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