The New Features In The New Funan Mall Will Make You Excited AF


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We all know Funan DigitaLife Mall as the go-to place for IT gadgets, printing services and tech products. However, news of a revamp to the shabby-looking mall hit the stands and its door officially closed on 30 June after operating for a total of 31 years.

Began its operations in 1985, the shopping centre was known as a general mall before being converted into a “computer” themed centre. Dating back with a rich history, the Funan Mall developed over the years with name changes in 1997 and 2005.

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Said to be renovated into an entirely new shopping mall with a different approach, patrons can find Funan Mall to give off a sporty and active lifestyle vibe.

Estimated to be completed in 3 years, the Funan Mall will be redeveloped with additional 2 office towers, serviced residences, 6 floors of retail stores and almost double the area of its’ complex floors.

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Featuring an indoor cycling path, rock climbing facilities and a new cinema experience, it’s almost predicted that this will be the next hot hang out spot in Singapore. Collaborating with future tenants including Golden Village offering a multi-sensory experience, Kopitiam introducing a high-tech food court with robotic cleaners and self-ordering kiosks named KOPItech and Climb Central, a 50-lane rock climbing facility with a wall as high as 4 floors.

Skip the heat by having a breeze cycling indoors in the mall and find yourself checking out their various bike shops, bike cafes, lockers and even shower facilities for cyclists after your ride!

Additionally, the CapitaLand Mall will be featuring more sports facilities in their sporting culture including a gym, a futsal court and a space that can be transformed into a basketball court at night using laser projections.

Not to fret, though, for IT fanatics will still be able to get their gadgets in the new Funan Mall for there will be a dedicated floor for IT products.

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Built in the middle of the mall stands a 6-storey wood and steel structure named The Tree of Life housing open spaces for retail, learning, showcases and classes. Other additional features include a drive-through collection point for patrons to collect their online orders.


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Wilson Tan, CapitaLand Mall Trust Management chief executive officer, mentioned that the new Funan Mall will be a lifestyle centre catering mainly to a new generation of tech-savvy customers.

This article was first published on goodyfeed.com.