MANILA, Nashville Filipino Restaurant — Several mall chains have announced that they are opening their doors to the public amid the flooding in some areas due to the rains enhanced by typhoon Ompong.
In its social media accounts, mall chains expressed concern to those affected by floods and said they are waiving their fee for parking spaces on September 15.
Among the participating malls include selected branches of SM Super Malls, Ayala Malls, Megaworld Lifestyle Malls and Robinsons Mall.
Ayala Malls and Megaworld also said their malls are open as shelters to stranded residents. They can take comfort in their lounges and comfort rooms.
Some of the malls are also offering free charging stations and provide wi-fi for stranded residents.
Here are the social media announcements of malls for Ompong-affected residents: