We looked at 6 of Greenfield District’s most photo-worthy and millennial-frequented establishments and events. The findings: adventure, adrenaline, asthetics and of course, insta-worthy!
Top of the world at Climb Central
Once a rugged outdoor activity, rock climbing is now a lifestyle sport and enjoying a resurgence with new facilities like Greenfield District’s Climb Central, the biggest one of its kind in the metro. Fully airconditioned with approximately 750 square meters of wall space, the orange hues that greet you upon entering the venue already speak of intensity, power and fun. Originating from Singapore, it is the newest and largest indoor, state-of-the-art rock climbing facility in Metro Manila. It is the perfect alternative fitness regimen for millennials and yuppies with crazy schedules.
Bounce off the walls at Trampoline Park
It may be a less serious sport for some, but trampoline is an equally rewarding fitness activity that is all the rage among youngsters these days. The first theme park of its kind in the country, Trampoline Park has more than 70 trampolines stretched from wall to wall offering a number of varieties to the sport. Enthusiasts keep coming back to the fun Foam Pool and Gravity Dodgeball, which relives childhood memories of pure fun and freedom of movement. Those looking for a more strenuous workout opt for the Aerodance Workout and other group classes and activities.
Hustle for that muscle in style at Gold’s Gym Premier
With unique modern interiors that stand out from the usual industrial décor of other Gold’s Gym branches in Metro Manila, Gold’s Gym Premier located at Twin Oaks Place is certainly a lure for milleannials to document those muscles flexing. As the first premier membership club of the brand in the whole world, the distinction truly makes Gold’s Gym Premier at Greenfield District a mecca for any gym buff. The spaciousness (more than 900 square meters!), exclusivity and variety of machines and equipment step up any fitness and exercise regimen for those young ones.
Sweating it out at Gold’s Gym Athletics
Millennials who take their fitness next-level serious, here’s something for you. Gold’s Gym Athletics, a boot camp-type sports hub that is the only one of its kind in the country, is located at Sheridan Street, Greenfield District. The industrial warehouse setting boasts of a full-size basketball and indoor futsal courts, taking group fitness activities to a whole different level. Selfies will definitely show a different kind of action in this modern-day gym.
Food tripping at the Greenfield Weekend Market
Who hasn’t here of this weekend hangout staple? Since its birth almost 5 years ago, Greenfield Weekend Market has taken the banchetto fever to another level. It has developed a rightful reputation among foodies for its offerings that cannot be found anywhere else in the city. And with its additional retails stalls that showcase everything from vintage fashion to artworks, plus live band performances, kids have all reasons to stay after eating and make the market their perfect weekend hangout place well into midnight.
Dog walking at Greenfield District Central Park
Just as Greenfield’s central park is busy on weekends with its night market, the vibe is calm and peaceful on weekday mornings—making it a perfect place to bring out beloved pets for a walk. Greenfield District is one of the few places in Metro Manila where four-legged friends are very much welcome. The wide, open spaces and greenery let dogs and cats roam and run free for their own breath of fresh air.