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Here's Your First Look Inside the World's Biggest IKEA Store Located in the Philippines

The store just opened the country's first branch in Pasay.
Here's Your First Look Inside the World's Biggest IKEA Store Located in the Philippines
IMAGE Charlene Owen
The store just opened the country's first branch in Pasay.

As you already know, IKEA Philippines will  be opening on November 25. Additionally, it will be the biggest branch yet in the world. To put things in perspective, "A typical IKEA store is around 35,000 square meters. The one we have designed will be around 65,000 square meters. That's equivalent to more than 150 basketball courts," says Christian Rojkjaer, Managing Director of IKEA Southeast Asia. Wow. 

Now, if you're already curious as to what you'll see in this massive branch, check out this virtual tour, and get ready to book your slots to see them IRL.

Showrooms

IKEA is known for its showrooms, and those in Pasay take into account the Filipino lifestyle, including space, family set-ups, and even career and education choices. In case you didn't know, the brand has been interviewing and working with families for the past few years to make sure that what the offer is what the local market needs.

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Huge homeware and furniture spaces

It's pretty much possible to find almost everything that you need here. From items for your home office to your newly upgraded kitchen, just about everything is available.


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Children's area

Probably one of the most interesting spaces within the store is their children's aection, with its toys (which are ensured to be safe--no choking hazards!), and its future-proof tables that can change in height as your kids get older.



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Apart from these, there is also the Market Hall (self-service and super economical), and the Ciruclar Hub (where items with small defects are sold at lower prices)! Check out our coming articles for more info on these.


This story originally appeared on Realliving.com.phMinor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.

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