Big Box Singapore, Singapore
Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Located next to Jurong East MRT Station, BIGBOX is the latest addition to the slew of malls in the West of Singapore. An eight-storey building on a whopping 5.6ha of land area, BIGBOX is the largest of the 4 Warehouse Retail Scheme ("WRS") approved by Singapore EDB.Plan your Big Box Singapore visit and explore what else you can see and do in Singapore using our Singapore holiday planner.
BIGBOX redefines Singapore’s retail experience as it runs by factory to store front concept, aiming to surpass customers' expectations by combining an excellent product mix, prices of a warehouse outlet with convenience and service of speciality department stores, making a seamless and pleasurable one stop shopping experience for everyone.
In BIGBOX, you can find a huge range of products ranging from groceries to fashion wear, from outdoor equipment to electronics, from furniture to food & beverages.
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Yesterday was Sunday, I shopped from JEM, west mall, IMM then Big box, I saw lot of shoppers in all shopping malls except big box. I never like big box since the 1st time I visited it 2 years ago, I t... read more »
kesini karena mau nonton konser. Lokasi cukup jauh dari pusat kota. Makanan di food court lumayan ramah kantong untuk ukuran singapore
This huge standalone "warehouse" mall is divided into different product concepts. It is easily accessible via J-Walk linkbridge from Jem mall, which in turn is linked directly to Jurong East MRT stati... read more »
Meh. Overhype about the warehouse membership concept. Got a free membership but prices were nothing to shout about
My family are very impressed with the fresh quality of the grouper sold at the fresh market area!! However, the downside is that you need to wait for certain hour - specific timing when they put the fresh fish on shelf. You have to be smart in picking the fresh fish. Good customised customer service to remove bones etc is provided as limited customers so far...
Quite an interesting concept yes partial like hypermarket but also have 2 levels for furniture, 1 large unit for electeical and househould items, 1 big food court 1 cafe 1 reasonably large supermarket reasonably stocked. Has a western restaurant on the outside back entrance. Front entrance has kiddies activity area but need to pay.
It is no easy task to review this place. If you look at their products, there is nothing special. If you look at the presentation, the interior decoration is reduced to minimum but the mall is quite spacious and easy to navigate (contrary to all other malls in Singapore). In terms of prices, I would not say there is a huge difference (contrary to its claim, or at least the initial objective). Talking about food options, there is really nothing to recommend. So I would say this is a pretty generic shopping mall with limit product offerings, few good food but a nice location. Do not come unless you know you need something that is definitely available here.
Has a decent selection of imported China groceries at the hypermarket if you are into that sort of food. Also has interesting groceries from Japan. Pricing however is not always cheap, you always have to check out the pricing and it's usually just 10 to 20 cents cheaper than Ntuc.
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