Invented in 1898, Lampe Berger’s catalytic diffusion system remains the best at fragrancing the air in your home while diffusing subtle fragrances. Their 3rd outlet which opened in early March is located at Raffles City.
Lampe Berger has been fragrancing and purifying indoor air since 1898. It all began when Maurice Berger, a pharmacy dispenser, invented and patented the first lamp to purify the air in hospital wards.
Thanks to its exclusive burner perfected over the years, there is no equal to Lampe Berger today for cleansing air in the home by truly destroying undesirable smells, while at the same time diffusing delicate indoor fragrances.
This burner is the result of ongoing research and is subject to 6 international patents.
In recent years, Lampe Berger has also installed a technical center in Limoges, capital of ceramics, where a team is dedicated to research and development in the field of catalysis.
Founded in 1975 by the Dini family, Paul & Shark is today synonymous with Italian elegance and style, with its Men's, Women's, Children's and Accessories collections available in 73 different countries.
This May, their current store at basement 1 level of The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands will be re-located to a new space on the same level.
Over the years, Paul & Shark has expanded greatly to become a comprehensive luxury sportswear range, appreciated by the fans of Italian fashion and high-performance technical materials, many of which have been patented by Paul & Shark.
Paul & Shark offers a comprehensive range of sportswear, smart casual and luxury clothing designed to meet both your professional and recreational styling needs.
The womenswear collections offer a range of elegant, casual and technical garments for a feminine feel. The Cadet line, designed for children aged 4 to 14 years, offers some of the brand's most iconic garments, focusing on producing practical and comfortable items for even the youngest sailors.
2017 marks an important milestone for Books Kinokuniya as they celebrate 90 years since their company was founded by Moichi Tanabe on 22nd January 1927 in Shinjuku, Tokyo.
After several months of expansion works, Kinokuniya's flagship bookshop at Ngee Ann City now has an extra 5000 sq. ft of space, plus a new frontage. With the additional space; it now occupies an impressive 38,000 sq. ft. of retail space, housing an extensive collection of more than 500,000 quality titles from all over the world that includes English, Japanese, Chinese, French and German publications.
Aside from books and magazines, their merchandise range also includes an ever expanding range of selective non-book items such as stationery, collectible toys/figurines, DVDs, board games, and much more.
Play is a child’s work and The Better Toy Store is a child’s workshop of award-winning toys carefully selected for excellence in play value, design, quality and impact on the environment. Every toy they choose is evaluated for these qualities and they do not compromise because they believe children deserve the best. Anything else is just not good enough. Their latest store will be opening soon at Paragon.
In 1987, The Original Toy Store started as a tiny store that made sustainability its foundation and good design its cornerstone. Only the best toys from award-winning brands the world over, were painstakingly sourced and presented in a one-of-a-kind experiential shop environment.
In 2004, to better communicate their brand, they renamed ourselves The Better Toy Store because, in a nutshell, their toys are simply, better.
To this day, only Educational, Beautiful, Safe and Environment-friendly Toys are chosen.
Fifty years after its launch, Chicco now distributes a complete range of products in more than 120 countries, combining functionality and security, technology and design, to meet the needs of children and parents. Their new store at Paragon will open this April.
Their mission has always been to make a baby smile, helping mums and dads in their baby’s growth journey. They provide safe solutions which are designed to meet the demands of babies as they progress through the growth phases, because for them; happiness is a journey that starts when one is a baby.
Sulwhasoo is the Korean translation of the snowflower which is known to bloom even under the most severe circumstances. Sulwhasoo represents and celebrates women’s beauty and inner strength.
There are now 8 Sulwhasoo counters and stores islandwide. Come April, Sulwhasoo will also be available at WestGate.
A Luxury Holistic Brand blending indigenous medicinal herbs through traditional Korean methods. Sulwhasoo draws on ancient wisdom to balance the inner energies that contribute to a nourished, healthy complexion.
The sought-after Korean skincare brand elicits the innate benefits of herbal remedies and time-honored preparations by blending fresh indigenous ingredients in an optimal balance, promoting vitality and youthful skin.
MUJI, originally founded in Japan in 1980, offers a wide variety of good quality products including household goods, apparel and food. Mujirushi Ryohin, MUJI in Japanese, translates as “no-brand quality goods.” Their latest outlet will be opening soon at Plaza Singapura.
MUJI's products, born from an extremely rational manufacturing process, are succinct, but they are not in the minimalist style. That is, they are like empty vessels. Simplicity and emptiness yield the ultimate universality, embracing the feelings and thoughts of all people.
There are more than 700 MUJI stores around the world, carrying more than 7,000 items ranging from clothing and household goods to food and even houses.
First established in 1977 as an independent retail store, Royal Sporting House has since grown into a multi-brand, multi-store network that offers a wide selection of apparel, footwear, accessories and equipment from international sports brands like Reebok, Speedo, Nautica, Sperry and Wilson.
They now have an outlet store at MacPherson so you can get all your sporting needs at up to 70% off.
Providing an enjoyable shopping experience for the sports enthusiast, Royal Sporting House's strong presence in Singapore is a result of their commitment to building trust and long-term relationships with their customers and partners. The epitome of “sports as lifestyle”, Royal Sporting House and Stadium encapsulate the crossover of sports into the realm of fashion and lifestyle.
Brands available at the new outlet store include Reebok, Saucony, Speedo, CAT, Merrell, Wilson, Mizuno, Ted Baker and more.
OWNDAYS produces and sells fashionable and trendy eyewear and operates over 130 shops in Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Cambodia and China.
Their 20th outlet in Singapore will be at City Square Mall.
OWNDAYS has a wide variety of high quality frames in more than 1,500 styles, ranging from basic to functional, stylish and fashionable, always displayed in the shop.
Variety of the original private brands to match each price line and concept enables OWNDAYS to have strong competitiveness in the market.
OWNDAYS offers an all-in-one price system that is simple and easy to understand. Every pair of glasses in OWNDAYS comes in a set price inclusive of a pair of high index aspheric lenses. With prices prominently indicated on the frames, there is no additional fee, no matter how high the degree is.
Seed Heritage is one of Australia's most loved and talked about premium childrenswear brands, providing outstanding outfit solutions from top-to-toe for babies, boys, and girls, between the ages of 0 through to 10 year olds and now a teen collection for girls and boys between the ages of 8 to 14 years old.
Their 4th boutique in Singapore will be opening soon at Paragon.
Seed Heritage was born in 2000 in a small shop in Melbourne, Australia. The founder of Seed Heritage was inspired by the need for a unique and compelling shopping experience that made children and their parents feel connected through great design.
Today, Seed Heritage is one of the most widely recognised Australian labels with beautifully designed clothing & accessories for Women, Teen, Child & Baby.
Seed has over 200 locations in Australia, 5 in New Zealand, 6 in Hong Kong and 4 in Singapore.
Chinese fashion brand Urban Revivo (UR) has opened its first international store, at Singapore’s Raffles City Shopping Centre.
UR founded in 2006, is now spreading hundreds of stores in Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou and other cities in China. UR upholds the concept of “Incite, Inspire, Intermesh, Play Fashion” and changes the thinking mode of traditional fast fashion to position itself as “light luxurious fast fashion”.
UR has the ability to create the forefront fashion designs and achieve the perfect balance between quality and value, so its consumers can enjoy amusing shopping experiences.
UR is also the creator of value and fashion industry and its brand concept of “PLAY FASHION” indicates that UR is devoted to share its new ideas of interesting and updated fashion with consumers, so everyone will create his/her own fashion style.
Chloé, is a luxury Paris fashion Maison founded on the principles of freedom, lightness and femininity.
The French fashion house will make its return to Singapore with its first standalone boutique at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands around April this year.
Chloé was founded in 1952 by Gaby Aghion, an Egyptian-born Parisienne with a dark beauty and bohemian spirit. Rejecting the stiff formality of haute couture, she created the first “luxury prêt-à-porter” collection.
More than sixty years after Gaby Aghion imagined it, Chloé’s vision of romantic, ultra feminine fashion lives on under the creative direction of British designer Clare Waight Keller.
T2 Tea from Australia has arrived in Singapore and their 1st flagship store is at 313@Somerset. They’re constantly experimenting with new blends and tasty brews. Today, even with over 200 teas to their name, they’re only scratching the surface of what’s out there. Inspired by local favorite Kaya Toast; they have created a Singapore Breakfast blend, especially to capture a taste of Singapore!
Step inside T2's tea boutique and enter their world of tea with a melting pot of exotic smells, taste sensations, intricately designed teawares and beautiful displays.
Jack Wills, for more than 16 years, has brought British heritage-inspired wares of the highest quality to the wardrobes of a spirited and inspired youth, epitomising what it is to be British, irreverent and carefree. Their second store in Singapore is now at Ngee Ann City.
A British fashion and lifestyle brand that creates premium clothing and accessories for people who appreciate design, quality & attention to detail; Jack Wills is known for heritage-inspired classics with a contemporary twist and is proud to fly the flag for Britain around the world, whether through a collaboration with a Yorkshire mill, the Jack Wills Seasonnaires’ summer in America or taking their Landy to events in Hong Kong. Authenticity, honesty and irreverence are just three of the qualities woven into the ‘Fabric of Jack’ and this company-ethos has stood fast for 17 years.
Peter Williams and Robert Shaw founded the brand in 1999. Williams was 23 when the first store opened at 22 Fore Street, Salcombe and it was created with £40,000 – the founders slept above the shop. The brand was named after one of the co-founders' grandparents.
Sony has opened its second store along Orchard Road, giving local shoppers, expatriates and tourists even greater access to the latest tech gadgets from the consumer electronics brand. Located on the third floor of the iconic and popular mall Wisma Atria, Sony Store @ Wisma Atria will house the most innovative products from Sony that pleases one’s senses, including the recently announced top-of-the-line Z9D series of BRAVIA™ 4K TVs, as well as the new flagship range of Signature Series High-Resolution Audio (HRA) products.
Visitors to the new Sony Store will have the opportunity to discover for themselves how technology today has refined the way we live, experiencing firsthand and being delighted by how their lives are complemented by Sony and its wide range of digital cameras, audio gear, smartphones and TVs – a moment of kando.
A world of biro curated living. Shouten is the brain child of the creators behind menswear label, biro. A concept space rather than flagship store, this cosy nook is built solely on naturally produced indigo coated wood from Tokushima, Japan. It is a layout to reflect the biro aesthetic and its original brand philosophy.
At biro, you would find apparel handcrafted with a 5000 year old authentic traditional natural dying technique that is almost extinct. They chose to use 100% certified Indian organic cotton cultivated without the use of any artificial fertilizers and chemicals, also renowned for its luxurious soft characteristic.
An exciting lifestyle destination plugged into the world of tech and socially savvy consumers will be coming up in 4Q 2019 on the site of the former Funan DigitaLife Mall, right in the heart of Singapore's Civic & Cultural District at 100 North Bridge Road.
Building on its legacy as the definitive IT mall in Singapore over the last three decades, Funan will go beyond selling IT products to incorporating the tech experience throughout the entire integrated development. There are currently 3 confirmed tenants: movie operator Golden Village, food court operator Kopitiam and rock climbing facility Climb Central. Climb Central will offer a 50-lane rock climbing facility, and its highest wall will span four floors.
An industry leader in accessible luxury handbags, accessories, footwear and apparel, Rebecca Minkoff’s playful and subtly edgy designs can be spotted around the world on young women and celebrities alike. Now at Ngee Ann City.
Rebecca Minkoff is a global lifestyle brand with a wide range of apparel, handbags, footwear, jewelry, accessories (including tech), and athleisure, as well as mens clothing and accessories under the label Uri Minkoff. In 2011, she won industry recognition when she was awarded the Breakthrough Designer Award from the Accessories Council. Rebecca is an active member of the CFDA and supports multiple philanthropies including Jessica Seinfeld’s non-profit, Baby Buggy.
Christian Louboutin is a French fashion designer whose footwear has incorporated shiny, red-lacquered soles that have become his signature. There are over 70 Christian Louboutin boutiques around the world. Opening soon at Scotts Square, their new boutique will contribute to that number.
Louboutin helped bring stilettos back into fashion in the 1990s and 2000s, designing dozens of styles with heel heights of 120 mm (4.72 inches) and higher. While he does offer some lower-heeled styles, Louboutin is generally associated with his dressier evening-wear designs incorporating jeweled straps, bows, feathers, patent leather, red soles, and other similar decorative touches.
For 120 years, Alfred Dunhill has been synonymous with an elegant and discerning British aesthetic. Always with integrity and charisma, it defines luxury: perfect for purpose but uncompromising in its commitment to use only the finest materials and work with the finest artisans across the world to create its menswear, leather goods, accessories and gifts.
Herschel Supply Co. is based in Vancouver, Canada and manufactures the finest quality backpacks, bags, travel goods and accessories. From 7 December, it will be available at Marina Square.
In the early 1900s, Peter Alexander Cormack, a barrel maker by trade, and his wife Annie made the journey from Wick, Scotland, to Canada. The couple settled in the small town of Herschel, whose population today is counted at 30 residents. Founded in 2009 by brothers Jamie and Lyndon Cormack, Herschel Supply Co. adopted the name of the town where three generations of their family grew up. Herschel Supply Co. is a design driven global accessories brand that produces quality products with a fine regard for detail.
BHG is one of the leading department stores in Singapore recognized for quality, value and service. It will open its doors at Jurong Point on 16 December.
BHG department store was established in 1994 as Seiyu Wing On Department Store under a joint venture between Seiyu, Ltd (Japan) and Wing On Pte Ltd (Hong Kong). Today it operates under the BHG brand name and has become an established name in Singapore. The new outlet at Jurong Point will occupy three levels with a floor area of 49,000 sq ft. It's Home & Living department will occupy 8,000 sq ft alone.
Our Tampines Hub is a one-stop goverment service centre in eastern Singapore. With the launch of Phase 1 on 27 November 2016, Our Tampines Hub is gearing up towards the completion of Phases 2 and 3 by Mid 2017.
Our Tampines Hub will be Singapore’s first-ever integrated community and lifestyle hub that brings together multiple agencies to offer a comprehensive and diverse range of services, programmes and facilities. This project is led by People’s Association and is located at the former Tampines Stadium and Tampines Sports Hall.
ESPRIT at Plaza Singapura will be relocated from level 2 to a more updated and refreshed storefront at level 1 in December.
ESPRIT is an international fashion brand that has been bringing style and quality to life since 1968. Founded in San Francisco, ESPRIT has a creative and responsible DNA fused with a sunny Californian attitude. Effortless style, authentic, and easygoing living are at the heart of the brand philosophy. International designers bring the brand’s charisma and energy to life with inspiring collections for women, men and kids. Recent high profile collaborations with top models Gisele Bündchen and Christy Turlington capture the spirit of ESPRIT.
Noel Gifts is the leading flowers and gifts company in Singapore, dedicated to bringing people closer with creative and quality flowers and gifts for all seasons and reasons. They have recently opened a new retail outlet at Tan Tock Seng Hospital.
Over the past 41 years, the company has been bringing people closer with premium quality gift selections for all occasions. Gift a basket full of sweet treats to indulge your favourite people this festive occasion!
H:Connect is a Korean fashion label made for contemporary, unique and stylish people who are passionate and positive. Available at Bugis Junction. Now it's time to connect.
The 10-year-old brand has more than 300 stores across South Korea, Taiwan and China, including a flagship store in the upmarket district of Gangnam in Seoul. The Singapore store is the brand's first South-East Asian store.
French clothing brand, Eden Park is now available at Takashimaya. So, why a pink bow-tie for it's logo design?
In 1987, the backs of the prestigious rugby team, Racing Club de France (RCF), played in the French Championship final in Paris live on television, with a pink bow tie around their necks. After this spontaneous and unplanned media campaign, the pink bow tie become a very identifiable and mediatized symbol.
This love of details has always been one of the brand’s key features, with its mix of Imagination combined with meticulousness, right down into the smallest finishing, and for nearly 30 years has made it an unchallenged brand in the world of French-style preppy premium.
Calling all Victoria's Secretfans. The wait is over. The flagship is now at Mandarin Gallery and you can finally shop for the brand's full product assortment.
The two-storey store occupies 12,000 sq ft and has fittings such as over-sized chandeliers and large video screens playing footage from the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. Similar to the stores in the United States, shoppers in Singapore will be able to get their hands on the Victoria Sport and Victoria's Secret Pink range too.
When it comes to picking out the right type of bra to purchase, fret not. As there will be trained bra specialists on hand to help shoppers too.
The products' price range varies from $19 for a lipgloss to about $800 for a silk robe from the Victoria's Secret Designer collection. Doubtless, it's another wondrous shopping stop and also timely too for this festive season.
Come take a peek inside Southeast Asia's largest Michael Kors flagship boutique in Mandarin Gallery.
The Mandarin Gallery store is the brand’s first free-standing location in Southeast Asia to offer a fully dedicated Michael Kors Mens shop, while the ground floor features a grand shoe salon, and also exclusive rooms that allow customers to browse MICHAEL Michael Kors apparel.
Stylish ready-to-wear and accessories designed for the modern-day jet setter. Visit them to enter the world of SPORTY, SEXY, GLAM.
TOKYU HANDS is pleased to have their 3rd store at Suntec City and will continue to present the same level of freshness, excitement and fun like their 2 other retail outlets. Visit them for an enjoyable shopping experience, sassily in time to prepare for this Christmas season!
What type of shop is TOKYU HANDS? TOKYU HANDS deals with all kinds of products, such as high-quality and high-functional livingware, fancy made-in-Japan bags, convenient travel goods, the latest Japanese stationery, unique articles, topical beauty products, and tools and materials for DIY. There is something for everybody.
Mi Home, a retail store and experience center is now at Suntec City. Come by to check out all your favourite Mi products, including those that have not been launched here in Singapore!
The new retail shop offers a range of products including the latest Mi Max and Redmi smartphones as well as home and lifestyle products including Mi Drone, Mi Notebook, Mi Rice Cooker, QiCYCLE electric foldable bike, ZhiMi Smart DC Inverter fan, Mi Air Purifier, Xiaomi 70-inch Smart TV and more.
A fashion curator for effortlessly chic men and women, CLOSET opens at Scotts Square with exclusive European and American brands making their debut in Singapore.
Set in a luminous and luxurious box of marble, chrome and glass, this 1,292 sq-ft retail haven designed by an Italian architect duo offers men a quality selection of shirts, jackets and pants from a cohort of premium Italian brands known for their astute workmanship and fabrics while women shoppers can delight in a selection of dresses, skirts, casual jackets and denims from American and European brands.
Closet also exclusively carries a line of statement making accessories, such as bracelets, rings and cuff links, to complete the look.
Crafted with gold, platinum and embellished with diamonds and gemstones from adding sparkle, American jewelry line, Hoorsenbuhs, is founded on a simple, signature tri-link that has become the trademark chain motif of the brand. Launched in 2005 by designer Robert Keith, the Hoorsenbuhs’ definitive timeless appeal has made it's pieces a favorite among numerous star icons, including Rihanna, Pharell Williams, Kanye West, Charlize Theron and Mary Kate Olsen, just to name a few.
MAVEN is a Beauty & Grooming Gallery where the finest brands are handpicked from all over the world.
At Maven Beauty & Grooming Gallery, they are excited to share their discoveries with you through an exclusive range of international brands, coupled with unmatched services that will make you look and feel your best. A wide range of products carefully selected for both men and women, Maven will make a great gift-shopping stop this Christmas Season.
After 11 months of upgrading works, heartland mall Compass One in Sengkang will open its doors to the public again in September.
The mall's tenant mix will include more than 50 new retailers, as well as returning anchor tenants Cold Storage, Sengkang Public Library and Kopitiam.
To mark its reopening, Compass One will run an array of promotions and host games booths and in-mall performances for shoppers.
New tenants include IT store Challenger, optical shop Owndays and eateries Royal London Duck and Paradise Hotpot, which will complement long-term tenants such as Popular, Royal Sporting House, POSB and Pizza Hut.
The highlight of the mall will be a bigger library spread over two floors, while there will also be improved amenities such as larger common areas and a children's playground.
183 Longhaus is situated at 183 Upper Thomson Road. There are both commercial retail stores to cater to company owners as well as residential units for own stay consists of of numerous unit type to cater for your needs.
183 Longhaus residential units were created to provide property-seekers a cozy house to remain with. The broad units along with the fine furnishings are ideal for that home sweet home you’re seeking. The commercial retail stores house restaurant and cafes where great food place a standard for the region to bring back the sweet memories of former Longhouse eating house.
You can get the luxury of entertainment and shopping needs from the nearby malls like myVillage, Thomson Plaza, Junction 8 and NEX Shopping Mall. You can even select from a wide selection of cuisines from food centers and the nearby eateries Newton Food Centre and Loysel’s Playthings, like Fusion Bistro.
The new Waterway Point is a four-storey shopping mall with over 200 tenants – ranging from fashion to F&B, furnishings, and entertainment.
Retail therapy awaits at Waterway Point with not one, but two major fashion brands: H&M and Uniqlo. Both stores are scheduled to officially open in January and, true to form, you can expect in-store promotions and special giveaways.
Waterway Point is also home to the 1,500-seat Shaw Theatres IMAX.
Just like how MBS has Marina Bay, the new Waterway Point boasts impressive views of the Punggol Waterway – offering visitors a chance to experience it with a 24-hour boardwalk and several al fresco dining options.
Hotel Boss will be opening soon in the upcoming Rocher Canal area.
Hotel Boss offers a variety of accommodation options that cater to the needs of modern business and leisure travellers. With 1,500 modern contemporary designed guest rooms and eleven room types, ranging from Standard, Superior, Twin, Triple, Family to Premier, you will be spoilt for choice.
All rooms are equipped with complimentary high-speed WiFi access, internet-connected 32” LED TV with cable channels, USB charging port, electronic safe, mini fridge, coffee and tea making facilities, drinking water, hairdryer, dental kit and toiletries.
Singapore Post Centre (SPC) will be redeveloped into the first retail mall here to combine brick-and-mortar shops and online shopping - all under one roof.
The new mall will revolutionize retail concepts for consumers and retailers alike.
Consumers will be able to browse in-store, purchase the product and arrange for delivery of the product directly to their home. The consumer could then continue shopping, watch a movie or have a meal in the mall without having to carry bulky shopping bags. The retailer, on the other hand, will be able to save on storage space in the store as fulfillment would be done at the back-end of the warehouse.
The new retail mall at SPC will consist of four above ground levels and one basement, an eight-hall Golden Village cineplex, SingPost's flagship post office, retail shops, Kopitiam food court as well as other food and beverage outlets.
Marina One, an award winning integrated development, within the prestigious Marina Bay financial district, is set to usher in a new concept of living, working and entertaining at the heart of Singapore’s vibrant new CBD. Set amidst an abundance of greenery, Marina One comes alive through the design of world-renowned architect Christoph Ingenhoven, a leader in sustainable Supergreen architecture and integrated development concepts. Marina One is built on four land parcels in Marina South.
Marina One will comprise of 2 blocks of 30-storey prime Grade-A office spaces, 2 blocks of 34-storey luxury residences called Marina One Residences, and The Heart, a 3-storey retail podium that covers over 140,000 square feet within Marina One offering a plethora of shopping, lifestyle and signature culinary outlets surrounded by lush greenery of over 65,000 square feet and its adjacent parks – Marina Station Square and Central Linear Park. In addition, Marina One will offer its residents and office-goers, excellent views of the city skyline, sea and Gardens by the Bay!
Marina One Residents can rejuvenate in the wide-array of recreational facilities such as a 50m lap pool, Jacuzzis, saunas, wellness sanctuary, putting green and a 200 square metre gymnasium. Residents can also entertain their guests in the Resident’s clubhouse with concierge counter, Private Dining rooms, private lounge, Teppanyaki and BBQ terraces. Marina One Residents will also enjoy seamless connectivity to 4 out of 6 MRT lines via underground pedestrian links to Marina Bay, Downtown and future Shenton Way MRT Stations. Marina One will also be connected to Raffles Place via a future underground link!
Right where Singapore meets the world, is the island’s next destination — Jewel Changi Airport. A unique mix of lush nature and urban energy that will bring together a world of ideas in leisure, shopping, and dining. Creating first-class experiences to delight and inspire.
Work has started on Project Jewel, the new retail and lifestyle complex at Changi Airport.
The glass-and-steel complex to be built on the open-air carpark in front of Terminal 1, will be the central hub connecting airport Terminals 1, 2 and 3.
The complex, to open by end 2018, will have five storeys above ground, and five basement levels. It boasts a gross floor area of about 134,000 sq m that will be used for retail, airport operations, attractions and a hotel.
The multi-storey complex will be encased in a distinctive glass and steel dome. It will also feature a waterfall as high as five storeys or 40m within a lush indoor garden. There will be an estimated 270 to 300 retail tenants.
It will connect the three existing terminals and Changi Airport MRT by foot, and add a passenger handling capacity of three million to Changi's current tally of 66 million per year.
There will be facilities dedicated to the fly-cruise and fly-coach passenger segments to make travel experiences smoother.
Terminal 1 will also be expanded to allow more space for the arrival hall, baggage claim areas and taxi bays.
Katong Square will open end 2015 with 600 hotel rooms, 300 carpark lots and more than 20 food and beverage concepts in the heart of Katong.
Spread out over two storeys, there will be more than 20 food and beverage outlets, as well as food-themed businesses, which could include a gourmet grocer or cooking accessories store. It is still in construction phase, though plans for the mall's concept were released today. The mall is next to Marine Parade MRT station, which is slated to open in 2023.
Prominently sited at the entrance of Hendon Road and in close proximity to Changi Airport and Changi City Point Shopping Mall, Raintr33 Hotel offers a vantage view of the surrounding locale, dotted with old-styled colonial bungalows and lush greenery. Comprising of two majestic colonial buildings and spread over 9,665 square metres of landscape, Raintr33 Hotel is an iconic 50-room hotel, dressed and designed to enchant you with a nature getaway during your stay with us.
Step into their guest rooms and be pleasantly enchanted by space and lush comforts. Pamper yourself under a rain shower within the confines of your own attached private balcony. Enjoy being one with nature.
Wine and dine in Queen’s Garden, and indulge your culinary senses with western-style cuisine fused with an elegant touch of Japanese flavour or chill out at CEDRO, an edgy retro themed cocktail Bar&Bistro while enjoying the cool comforts of unwinding alfresco.
Beyond all, their warm and friendly Hotel Service Ambassadors are always around just when you need them. Chat with them and you’ll feel their passion for nature, colonial beauty and rustic charm.
Whether it is for business meetings, weddings, product launches, seminars or special events, they provide all-rounded logistics and F&B support catered to your every need at their unique outdoor function area, set on elevated ground amongst lush natural greenery and spanning 176 sqm of roofed space with ample 4 m ceiling access.