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Jurong Point, Singapore

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
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3.7/5 based on 55 reviews on the web
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  • Returned to this mall yesterday just to check it out. Located between the Boon Lay MRT and the Boon Lay bus interchange - it is easy to get to. It is larger than most malls In Perth, it has nine level...  read more »
  • Free lunch hour parking is already a good reason to visit this place. Despite air-con environment, lots of shops covering so many needs, lots of good restaurant for good food, got several banks for fi...  read more »
  • This is my regular shopping center. It contains a good mix of shops and is just adjacent to the Boon Lay MRT Station. Many things stopped working recently: 1) wifi : not working for at least two month...  read more »
  • Centre commercial pour les Singapouriens à la différence d'Orchard Rd. Meilleurs prix pour des produits plus typiques. Comporte un Fairprice Extra avec quelques produits Carrefour.
  • Great place and good halal food for Muslims. No proper place for Muslim women to offer prayer. There is no specific area for Muslimah for ablution as well. They can only pray in Male prayer room.
  • Big shopping mall. Malaysia Boleh food court serves "authentic" popular Malaysian street food like char kway teow, claypot chicken rice, asam laksa, bak kut teh, prawn noodles, lor bak, apong, chendol, pasembur and probably few more that I missed. What's good? Well, you're not in Penang unfortunately! The CKT is disappointing. But in a pinch I would say the prawn noodles and BKT can satisfy, till you get to Penang.
  • Have grown up with this mall and saw it's growth from a small heartland mall to it's current mega mall with almost every mega stores you need such a uniqlo, courts etc. A good place to eat would be Malaysia Boleh which have lots of Malaysian Cuisines which taste authentic and delicious. Basement of the new wing houses a lot of restaurants and other F&B options. There is also 2 fairprice here, one of them being Fairprice extra which you can visit even in the wee hours of the night.
  • Its got a good range of shops and eateries from upmarket to fast food. Lots of japan's food places and the Malaysian food court are good. It has a regular NTUC and a NTUC Gourmet which is open 24hrs.
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