Indoor Wall Climbing Facility in Metro Manila

Wall climbing is a good workout that strengthens your upper body. It is a devise form of rock climbing where participants climb on an artificial surface made of brick or wood usually constructed indoors or outdoors.

One of the well-known destinations for wall climbing in Metro Manila is Climb Central. The climbing wall space is approximately 750sq.m., it is air-conditioned and considered to be the biggest in the Philippines.

Climb Central is situated in Mandaluyong City and can be reached by the following options:

By MRT: Shaw Boulevard Station, Exit at Pavilion Mall
By Car: Street Parking along Mayflower Street Open Car Park, entrance across police station on Mayflower Street

How To Enter The Facility

You need to be at least 5 years old, 20kg, and 1.1m tall.

STEP 1: Register at Home
  • Guests who will enter the venue should fill-up the Facility Registration Form.
  • Print the document.
  • Bring the printed copy of the accomplished registration form upon going and entering Climb Central.
STEP 2: Come to Climb Central
  • Be in sports attire or clothes you are most comfortable with(knee-length leggings is advisable).
  • Bring a pair of socks.
  • Complete the registration and payment on the counter.
STEP 3: Collect your Climbing Equipment

The following equipment can be rented for a day if will be needed.

  • wall climbing shoe
  • harness

You need to provide an ID with a photo as a deposit for your rental equipment.

STEP 4: Attend the 10-minute Mandatory Safety Briefing
  • Carefully listen to the guidelines for the safety of your climb.

The Don’ts Inside Climb Central

  • Don’t wear rental shoes without socks.
  • Don’t bring rental gear outside Climb Central.
  • Don’t wear climbing shoes when going to the comfort room.

They are open on weekdays from 1 pm to 10 pm and on Weekends and Public Holidays from 10 am to 10 pm.


Photo by Climb Central


19 thoughts on “Indoor Wall Climbing Facility in Metro Manila

  1. Jan Darren Guiwan (KapampanganTraveller) says:

    This is a good alternative activity for avid mountaineers during this pandemic. Also, a perfect warming up and training site to prior an actual climb event. What I like more about Climb Central’s service is its home registration module, really convenient.

  2. Pinaynursemeetsworld says:

    Wow!! I will definitely go to this place when I go back to Philippines. I am glad that Filipinos are becoming more physically active these days!! Just wondering, how they practice social distancing? Is there a certain number of customers that can be accommodated?

    1. C says:


      They are yet to provide an update for now since GCQ is still indefinite but they promise to release an update when they are allowed to operate.

  3. paolo says:

    I have wanting to try this. The last time i tried wall climbing was when i was 15 lol. Will check this out when the lockdown is lifted

  4. Diwata MAdz says:

    This is a very excited sports. I tried this few times when I was younger. I don’t know if it is atill there, but Sandugo in Market! Market! offers a wall climbing session too.

    In playhouses, my kids love this also. Kaso, sana wala nang covid para mas maenjoy ng kids ang paglabas.

  5. Christian Foremost says:

    Are they already open? I’ve been dying to try out rock climbing for quite some time now. Like I’ve read so much about it and it’s a good full body work out. Like i need a fun way to build muscles you knowww.

    1. C says:


      Not yet since Gyms are not yet allowed to operate under GCQ. Btw, they have ongoing promotions for frontliners which you may be interested in or probably you can share with your frontliner friends. You can check their promotions here:

  6. WanderWoMom says:

    nice meron pala sa mandaluyong nito. wondering where merong ganto noon. i wanted to bring my son sana! pwede ba dito ang kids? he tried kasi one time sa isang play place medyo di niya kinaya. hehehe para ma practice!

    1. C says:


      Yes, you and your kids can try this together. They even have a package rates for you.

  7. theresa says:

    Kakamiss lumabas. Hopefully when everything is really okay, we can visit here and try. I have kids so everything is limited for me now.

  8. Homebound Mom says:

    Ang galing. This is a great alternative sa rock or mountain climbing. Malayo sa amin, pero worth trying pag nasa Metro kami.

  9. Kristine says:

    I’m not the sporty kind so it would be a challenge for me. 🙂 I hope everything gets back to normal soon so that everyone who wants to try wall climbing will be able to experience it as well.

  10. Hazel says:

    I tried this once before! It was fun! You’ll feel challenged when you see kids climbing way higher than you – so napapa climb tuloy ako ng mataas din hahaha!

  11. Dale says:

    I heard they closed na due to COVID? Sayang di ko na-try. 🙁

    1. CarolCE says:

      No, they aren’t closed yet. They are just waiting for the GYMS to be allowed to operate again.

  12. Wendy says:

    My son’s birthday party was held in this kind of climbing gym here in Seoul. tuwang tuwa sila. May instructor din to orient them first. after ng party, bagsak sila lahat:-). i wonder if they also accommodate this kind of activity in the climbing gym there?


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