Orchard might be at the centre of Singapore, but that means that everyone in Singapore tends to gravitate towards it when they have gatherings. Avoid hanging out at Ion, 313 or even Cineleisure this weekend and opt for these suburban malls instead. You get the same things, except on a lower budget and perhaps even more convenient for you and your kakis!
Ever since it expanded and doubled its size, it’s become the it mall of the west. It’s probably one of the biggest suburban malls in Singapore, with everything from Courts to foodcourts (yes, more than one, JP has four).
It’s probably the most well-known for its simultaneous housing of the three main telcos in one compact mall. Every one who is looking to recontract will visit this mall just out of pure convenience.
Bukit Panjang Plaza
After the long renovation period, BPP reopened with a bang. Besides the all-important Daiso, it now also houses many dining options such as Nene chicken, eighteen chefs and more.
Big-name retailers such as the Swedish retail giant H&M has a place in the most popular mall in the East. The outdoor playground provides a big plus-point for families with kids.
Apparently, many NSF men like to dine here with their bros or girlfriends. This is because it’s conveniently situated with a shuttle bus leading from the mall to the Tekong ferry terminal.
The relatively new mall caters to the needs of young people who live and work in the area, with its array of restaurants and F&B dining options.
This mall is probably the best rep of what the North has to offer. Its convenient location also provides a quick getaway for Singaporeans who want to jet off to Johor just nearby.
The family-friendly facilities and shops contribute to its reputation as the main shopping mall for the New Town’s residents. Its tenants include Uniqlo, H&M and Daiso. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that this is probably the newest and most happening place to be at in the Northeast.
Did you know that this mall in Bishan was named after the old numbering system of the MRT system? The heartland mall caters to every need of the dense population in the area.
In addition to its touted high-tech cinema experience, JCube offers visitors a variety of other shopping experiences at its J Avenue too. Yes, including Play Nation where you can play Wii games with your friends.
Also, Daiso is now open at JCube so you won’t have to head all the way to IMM when you’re looking to browse through quirky Japanese wares. And if you’re looking for the perfect accessory or watch for your bae, then you should definitely check out CG Castle Group which carries a wide variety of accessories and watches that’s trendy, fashionable and most importantly, wouldn’t wreck your wallet.