These sleek twin towers are where the main trading floor of the Philippine Stock Exchange is located. To date there are some ... More
Philippine Stock Exchange Center
These sleek twin towers are where the main trading floor of the Philippine Stock Exchange is located. To date there are some 310 companies listed on the exchange, including a blue-chip sector headed by such giants as San Miguel Corporation. The Phisix Index is Manila's equivalent of New York's Dow Jones Index. Visitors may watch the proceedings on the trading floor from a public gallery. Just show some form of identification at the door, your passport will do.
The elevators in the West wing are crazy. They creak a lot and sometimes the elevator floor is lower than that of the floor itself. It takes a long time to take an elevator. I think it is not enough for all the tenants of the building. the corridors are dark. like you are going into a cave. You can't feel the aircon...It's as if there is none.
I visited and noticed that they have corridor that are very wide unlike other buildings in Manila.The two towers have a total of 36 elevators making it the building with the most elevators tha I have ever seen. Aside from being an
office buildings you have a fastfood and
some 6 or 7 restaurants. It has at least 7
banks within the building so you do not
have to go out of the building for most
I found the corridors wide, well lite and
comfortable. The signage is good too.
I liked it because in my visit I worked
ate and did my banking needs without
leaving the building which made my stay
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