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BQ Bohol Quality Mall and Tagbilaran Sunset
Part 18 of the Libotero Bohol Series
After the mass at the Tagbilaran Metropolitan Cathedral, we checked out another shopping center in the city, BQ Mall.
Strategically located in the middle of downtown Tagbilaran, Bohol Quality Mall (more popularly known as BQ Mall), is the second largest shopping center in the province.
Ample parking slots are available in the mall’s basement and rooftop. Once I stepped inside the mall, I was like, “Woah!”. I thought Island City Mall was Bohol’s best but I actually think BQ Mall was better. Yes, taste is subjective but I felt that BQ Mall was more modern, attractive and sophisticated. Here are some photos:
Escalators at one of the mall’s main entry points
Like the Island City Mall, BQ Mall is a full-fledged mall complete with staple local and international fastfood chains, boutiques, service centers, technology outlets, a department store and supermarket, and cinemas. Plus, it has an international amusement center, Timezone (amazing, to think that most Timezone outlets are in Ayala Malls and in flagship SM Supermalls)
The main atrium
I actually noticed that most of the mall-goers are youngsters.
While exploring the mall, we chanced upon a dancevaganza contest at the mall’s rooftop event area.
Basically, ICM and BQ Mall share almost the same tenants, except that the latter was smaller and quite cramped but more intimate and enticing. We thought we’d be having dinner in another fastfood until we found Gerry’s Grill at the top level of the mall.
It was the perfect dinner for our last night in Tagbilaran as the resto was overlooking Panglao Island and Cebu Strait, Alcoy and Boljoon on the horizon.
Tagbilaran City Port as seen from Gerry’s Grill BQ Mall
The lovely sunset
“No goodbyes, only later!” – Sun
(…to be continued)