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Lucky Chinatown

Lucky Chinatown
Lucky Chinatown Manila.jpg
LocationBinondo, Manila, Philippines
Coordinates14°40′9″N 120°57′59″E / 14.66917°N 120.96639°E / 14.66917; 120.96639
AddressReina Regente Street
Opening dateAugust 15, 2012
DeveloperMegaworld Corporation
ManagementMegaworld Lifestyle Malls
OwnerAndrew Tan
No. of stores and services100+
No. of anchor tenants4
Total retail floor area108,000 m2 (1,160,000 sq ft)
No. of floors5 (Main)
4 (Annex)
3 (Cityplace Square)
Parking1,000 cars
WebsiteLucky Chinatown

Lucky Chinatown is a shopping mall in Binondo, the Chinatown of Manila, Philippines. The 108,000-square-metre (1,160,000 sq ft) shopping mall is located on Reina Regente Street and De La Reina Street just south of Recto Avenue and Divisoria. It is owned and managed by Megaworld Corporation.


Chinatown Walk at night

Lucky Chinatown mall occupies 3 hectares (7.4 acres) in the historic and cultural district of Binondo. It was built in 2012 on the former site of two Manila public high schools, the Rajah Soliman High School and José Abad Santos High School.[1]

The mall was officially opened on 15 August 2012 as part of the Chinatown Heritage Project. President Benigno Aquino III attended the opening ceremony.[2]

The five-storey lifestyle mall designed by RVP Architects is anchored by Metro Supermarket, the four-screen Lucky Chinatown Cinemas, SM Appliance Center, and Toy Kingdom. It also hosts several dining and entertainment choices, including fine dining and specialty Chinese restaurants. A promenade known as Chinatown Walk houses Chinese cuisine outlets. It is connected by walkway bridges to the twin-tower CityPlace condominiums, the annex of the mall and CityPlace Square, also developed by Megaworld Corp.[1] A museum is also planned within the shopping complex that will showcase Chinese culture.[3]


  • Metro Supermarket
  • Lucky Chinatown Cinemas
  • SM Appliances
  • Toy Kingdom
  • 158 Designer's Blvd.


  1. ^ a b "'Lucky' luxury mall set to redefine Chinatown". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved 25 January 2015.
  2. ^ "Grand Launching of Lucky Chinatown Mall". Radio Television Malacañang. Retrieved 25 January 2015.
  3. ^ "Lucky Chinatown changes Binondo's landscape". Philippine Star. Retrieved 25 January 2015.