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Changi City Point, Singapore

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Changi City Point is a shopping mall located in the vicinity of Changi Business Park, Singapore directly opposite Expo MRT station. This mall is renowned for containing factory outlets of various brands such as Adidas, Nike, Lacoste and Pedro. There is also a landscaped themed rooftop garden together with a wet and dry playground on the topmost floor on level 3. Anchor tenants do include Cold Storage, Koufu and Challenger.Changi City Point was constructed from June 2010 and completed in November 2011.
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TripAdvisor
  • If you are into sporting apparel and attire sold at outlet prices, lots of food options in the food court and surrounding restaurants, great deals at newly opened Daiso and Value $. Favorite steamboat...  more »
  • This is not the usual factory outlet expected by most people. It has limited brands and stores, selected choices. The price is not as cheap as expected comparable to many factory outlets I have visite...  more »
  • There many factory outlets here offering their products at bargain prices. My friends bought quite a few things as the bargains were too good to miss. Lots of cafes and eating places too for the shopp...  more »
Google
  • All reviews shown are for the mall. Changi City Point and not this restaurant. The quality of food and service at the restaurant itself is very low for its price. The cheapest dish is plain curry and rice at 10 dollars. Customers need to queue and pay first while seating is limited. This results in your food being ready but there is no seat. Food is served in plastic utensils and eaten with plastic cutlery. Food quality is average at best and ready-to-eat DIY at worst.
  • Mall is rather spacious for the standard of malls in Singapore. Can catch good buys for sports wear and gear from time to time at the outlets within. Wide variety of food selection including halal cuisine. There are also restaurants and bars to chill out at.
  • Good place to find and buy your shoes and shirts. Lots of outlet stores that sell pretty cheap stuff! A good alternative to Queensway Shopping Center
  • So much said of this place already... here's my little bit. It's a great hangout place, little enclaves here and there to sneak around. If you are one who knows to smell the roses, you shall have a splendid time at a nook here and a cranny there... Enjoy!
  • relatively cheap chirashi kaisen don with a good variety of toppings. sometimes the sauce is not enough. most of the time rice portions are small.