Thursday, July 21, 2016

Where to leave your bags (for the day) in Manila

Where to leave your bags (for a day) in Manila

Since I had to wait for like 9 hours before I start to head for Sagada, I had to kill some time and since my bag was killing my back, I had to leave it somewhere. I was looking for something like a 'Traveler's Lounge' just like in SM City Cebu where you can leave your bags for a minimum fee of 30 pesos, but I couldn't find anything online.

Luckily, they have a baggage counter inside SM MOA. They won't allow you to leave it at the supermarket counter and will just refer you to go to the actual baggage area. I thought I was going to pay like a hundred for leaving my bag there but lo and behold, it's for free! This is quite a relief for those who want to roam around the mall without carrying their heavy bags. You just need to present your ID when you are about to claim it.

You may ask the security guards for the direction. It's near Ace Hardware.

Thanks MOA!


  1. Thanks for letting us know about this place. I am sure your post is going to help a lot of people who will visit this place since almost everyone who visits it needs a place to drop his/her bag.

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    1. Same time with the mall business hours 10AM-10PM

  3. It's even until midnight. It is really great, but you really need to find it when you leave and when you pick it up later. MOA is huge and you can get lost easily. Security guards are very helpful in directing you the right way :)

  4. This is very helpful. Thanks!

  5. Do they accept big luggage? And is it ok to leave 2?

  6. What happens on unclaimed baggages?

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