Daiso Now Has a Website That Shows Live Updates of Crowds in Stores to Prevent Wasted Trips

When Singapore went into Circuit Breaker, there were many non-essential stores that remained open at first:

And many essential businesses that were forced to shut down temporarily

Besides TCM Halls, one other business that many people in Singapore thought shouldn’t be shut down is Daiso

So when they came back? This happens.

Image: Facebook (Singapore Atrium Sale)

As you probably already knew, while businesses are allowed to open again in Singapore, there is a maximum limit on how many customers are allowed in at any point in time, based on the size of the outlet.

So if you don’t want to wait outside Daiso for hours, or make a wasted trip there, here’s a little something for you.

Daiso Now Has a Website That Shows Live Updates of Crowds in Stores to Prevent Wasted Trips

In an effort to save customers’ time and effort, Daiso has come up with a website that shows you exactly how crowded each Daiso and Threeppy outlet is in real-time.

Image: Daiso Singapore

There are four crowd levels:

  • Green: Not crowded
  • Yellow: Some crowds
  • Orange: Crowded
  • Red: Max

And the live update refreshes every 30 minutes or so.

And the best part?

It doesn’t just show the current status. It also shows an estimate of what crowd levels will look like based on past data collected over the week.

Image: Imgflip

Just the thing that I’m looking for.

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Outlets Nearer To The Central Are Less Crowded

We went through the entire list and it seems like, so far, the outlets with the heaviest crowd levels are located nearer to the heartlands.

Image: Daiso Singapore

Daiso outlets nearer to the city centre seems to have a lot lesser crowd, such as:

  • Funan Mall
Image: Daiso Singapore
  • Chinatown and 100AM
Image: Daiso Singapore

There’s Also A Website For Shopping Mall Levels

By the way, if you’ve forgotten, there’s also a website that shows you the level of crowds in shopping malls:

Similar to Daiso’s website, the government’s website provides not just live updates about a shopping mall’s crowd level, but trends of past data as well so that you can plan your trip well.

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