The newly opened MUYOO+ expands on the mission that MUYOO started with, launching its first-ever One-Tea-One-Roll concept located at Bedok Mall, to continue driving the healthy movement in Singapore.
Eating healthy need not be boring. MUYOO+’s menu is defined by its usage of the freshest and premium ingredients in its drinks and Euro soft-rolls.
With over 30 different selections of Euro soft-rolls for consumers to choose from, each soft- roll is freshly prepared and hand-kneaded at MUYOO+ kitchen daily.
Not forgetting MUYOO’s fruit-based beverages, delicately crafted in three ways: Cheese / Rose Cloud Fruit Tea, Fun Fruit Tea; these beverages will also be available at MUYOO+. Consumers will get to enjoy their top selling drinks such as Ruby Red Watermelon Cheese Cloud Fruit Tea,Grapefruit and Jasmine Fruit Tea, It’s Just Peachy and many more.
MUYOO+ will see its debut in Singapore on 1st September at Bedok Mall as the perfect delicious and healthy accompaniment to the dining options in the area.
The newly-opened Djitsun Mall Bedok is also home to the newest & largest game arcade in the east of Singapore. Visit Fat Cat Arcade and try your skills at over 100 latest & most thrilling game machines!
Fat Cat Arcade's tokens cost as little as $0.16. Tickets which you win from their game macines can be exchanged for prizes at their prize redemption area which houses 500 prizes for your selection. The arcade is open daily from 11am to 1am.
Golden Village Multiplex (GV), Singapore’s leading cinema exhibitor, has answered the call of the residents of Bedok, with the opening of its new 576-seat multiplex at the new Djitsun Mall Bedok, where the iconic Princess Theatre once stood. They also introduced a new local curry-flavoured popcorn which is sold exclusively at GV Bedok as GV pays homage to local food culture.
From Hollywood blockbusters to inspiring independent films, patrons of the new six- theatre multiplex can look forward to razor-sharp laser projection combined with pristine sound, from the unparalleled comfort of GV Bedok’s leatherette seats – all within the immediate vicinity of their homes, as the company continues its steadfast commitment to delivering the finest cinematic experience in Singapore.
GV Bedok will cater to the demand among residents for a cineplex in a neighbourhood that was once home to a cluster of four cinemas in the 1990s. Since the closing of the Princess Theatre 10 years ago, residents of Bedok have eagerly awaited the return of a movie theatre to Singapore’s most densely populated neighbourhood, home to some 300,000 residents.
In a homage to this renowned food haven in the Eastern part of Singapore, which is famed for its traditional hawker dishes, Golden Village has launched a new localised curry-flavoured gourmet popcorn in tandem with the opening of its new cinema. The flavour is exclusively available at GV Bedok for three months from GV Bedok’s opening. In addition, GV will introduce three other gourmet popcorn flavours – Seaweed Wasabi, Caramel, and Cheese – across its cinemas island-wide.
Continuing its enthusiasm for culinary delights and support of local brands, GV is also working with homegrown F&B chain Saybons to offer cinemagoers a wholesome spread of hot soups, pastas and light bites at GV Bedok.
The recently unveiled integrated complex in Bedok, Heartbeat@Bedok, was designed to incorporate amenities that cater to all age groups, providing family-friendly facilities. Parents with kids, grandchildren and grandparents can all come together as families to enjoy themselves in a single location.
Built upon a formerly forested site, it is apt that the main theme of Heartbeat@Bedok is greenery. Every floor plate is bordered with greenery, seemingly enveloping the building within a park’s forest. The multiple layering of plants, trees, shrubs and ground cover simulate a terraced landscape on the south façade, acting as privacy and acoustic screens from the neighbouring residential units. Heartbeat@Bedok’s unique design has also caught the eye internationally and it has won numerous architectural awards both home and abroad.
Bringing multiple services together under one roof, Heartbeat@Bedok is one of Singapore’s largest integrated complexes - it occupies 2.1 hectares or the size of about three football fields. The building houses several facilities such as a community centre, sport centre, polyclinic, senior care centre, a public library, as well as food & beverage outlets and shops.
The new Bedok Public Library is among a suite of community services provided at the new integrated complex, Heartbeat@Bedok. It covers an area of 4,150 square metres spread across the 2nd and 3rd storey at Heartbeat@Bedok and serves residents in the South East areas of Bedok North, Bedok Reservoir, Bedok South, Frankel, Kaki Bukit and Kembangan.
The themes of nature, landscape and greenery feature prominently in Heartbeat@Bedok and within the library itself. The pillar wraps, colours and design in the library include landscape elements inspired by nature.
Come 7th April, Korean naturalism brand innisfree will open its 10th boutique in Bedok Mall.
East siders rejoice as that makes one more store in the East, and more reason to pamper your skin with eco-friendly and naturally derived skincare and beauty goodness.
Staying true to its all-natural brand philosophy, the spacious 1,970 square feet store features the brand’s signature vertical garden installation, minimalistic wooden furnishing and clean, ambient lighting for immersive, fuss-free shopping.
The Bedok Mall boutique will also offer increased accessibility for K-beauty enthusiasts residing in the East, especially fans of the My Cushion series, as it will be the third outlet to house all 100 My Cushion cases from the well-loved customizable cushion collection (currently only available at innisfree’s Takashimaya S.C. and VivoCity boutiques).
Monzeter, the popular ice cream rolls chain in Malaysia will be 'rolling' out their first outlet in Singapore at Bedok Mall soon.
Fresh ice cream, fruits and other ingredients (based on customer’s choices) are fried below 20 degree Celsius on a special machine. All ingredients are being chopped, smashed, mixed and finally rolled together with the ice cream. Monzeter uses high quality ingredients and no preservatives/colourings are added.
The Top 4 recommendations that you should try at Monzeter are Classic Vanilla Flavour, Rich Chocolaty Flavour, Sweeten Mango Flavour and lastly Yogurt Flavour. Monzeter have configured the best ingredients for you although most of the Thai Ice Cream Rolls allow you to pick ingredients yourselves.
The Alps Residences is an upcoming sophisticated development inspired by the Swiss Alps where tranquility and serenity meet.
The Alps Residences’ design and architecture are reminiscent of the mountainous region it is named after. Situated closely to the Tampines Regional Centre, it is located in a private residential enclave along Tampines 10. Set closely next to the Bedok Reservoir Park and Tampines Quarry Park, residents will be enthralled by the surrounding serenity and calming ambience.
For the residents who are outdoor enthusiasts, they can simply indulge in their favourite outdoor recreational activities in the nearby Bedok Reservoir Park. Being surrounded by several mega shopping malls such as Tampines Mall, Tampines One, Ikea Tampines and Changi City Point, there is no longer a reason for one to travel to the city for any major shopping needs.
Alps Residences is well accessed through expressways such as Pan Island Expressway and Tampines Expressway. Several schools can be found within the vicinity as well, they are St Hilda’s Primary and Secondary Schools, Junyuan Primary and Secondary Schools, Tampines Junior College, Temasek Polytechnic, etc. The upcoming new launch is also near to SUTD – Singapore University of Technology and Design which will be a new University of Singapore.
Better known as the Hamptons, the Long Island towns of Southampton and East Hampton in New York are the playgrounds of America’s rich and famous. Palatial summer homes are the order of the day in a region where you’ll find some of the country’s most expensive zip codes. It's basically the opposite of everything you’d associate with Bedok. According to a new heritage trail, however, the humble corner of eastern Singapore bore an uncanny resemblance to the Hamptons in the early 20th century.
Launched by the National Heritage Board (NHB) as part of the ongoing Singapore HeritageFest, the Bedok Heritage Trail will transport you back in time to the era before the development of the East Coast area; a time when the colony’s wealthiest inhabitants resided in waterfront bungalows alongside fishing villages. With 10 markers spread along a 15km route, you’ll discover Bedok’s long history, from its kampung beginning to its key role in the East Coast Reclamation Scheme.
From pirates to beach parties, fishing villages to coconut plantations, the story of the eastern coast of Singapore shares many common threads with coastal settlements across the world. At the same time, the intertwined histories of Bedok, Siglap, Tanah Merah and the East Coast are unique in many ways.
From the ancient days when Orang Laut fleets looked upon the red cliffs of Tanah Merah as a navigational guide, through the era of colonisation, all the way to Singapore's independence and present day, the area’s transformative journey is told through the branching stories of Bedok and the East Coast in this Bedok Heritage Trail.