Vista Mall has resumed activities to promote discipline and develop the artistic abilities of children and teens, following the return to normalcy of business operations after a long pause due to the coronavirus 2019 pandemic.
It has opened up activity centers accommodating a limited number of students per Taekwondo or art class.
To ensure the safety of mall-goers, the Villar-owned malls have put up safety and health precautions for everyone. Likewise, every nook and corner is disinfected regularly.
At Vista Mall, the fun never stops with kids, and the whole family can enjoy activity-filled weekends and events.
Vista Mall features the very best of the AllValue portfolio, with flagship stores of AllHome, AllDay Supermarket, Coffee Project, Bake My Day, KinderCity, and KAL Asian store.
For more events and activities, stay tuned and visit our official Facebook pages: Vista Mall: https://www.facebook.com/vistamallofficial, Starmall: https://www.facebook.com/StarmallOfficial/, NOMO – A Vista Lifestyle Center: https://www.facebook.com/officialNOMO and Evia Lifestyle Center: https://www.facebook.com/evialifestylecenter ###
SOMO – A Vista Mall has recently launched a Singing, Dancing, and Acting Workshop to allow kids to discover their talents and reach their full potential in performing arts.