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People's Park Complex, Singapore

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People's Park Complex is a high-rise commercial and residential building on Eu Tong Sen Street in Outram, within People's Park in Singapore.HistoryThe People's Park Complex was a commercial housing project undertaken by the newly formed Urban Renewal Department of the Housing and Development Board's Sale of Sites programme. The project was the subject of the programme's first sale in 1967.Located at the foot of Pearl's Hill, the site where the People's Park Complex currently stands was an open public park. It later became the People's Market or Pearl's Market with outdoor stalls which was destroyed by a fire in 1966.With a height of 103 metres (338 feet), the 31-storey People's Park Complex building was the first shopping centre of its kind in Southeast Asia and set the pattern for later retail developments in Singapore. The shopping centre was completed in October 1970, while the residential block, in 1973. Occupying 1.0 hectare in the heart of Chinatown, the People's Park Complex was the largest shopping complex in the shopping commercial belt along Eu Tong Sen Street and New Bridge Road.On 21 April 2010, a storeroom on the fifth floor caught fire, resulting in a huge blaze and with hunted corners and triggering a massive evacuation. No-one was hurt in the incident, but substantial damage was reported by tenants caused by soot and water leakage. The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) subsequently found that the presence of such storerooms on that floor were not authorized; in breach of fire safety regulations.
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  • In Singapore, went to the teotuumin massage look that good word of mouth. Again sitting on the single had put the foot massage after the feet like the feet and shoulders, shoulder to shoulder. Prices in Singapore, is cheaper, but very good and I didn ' t. Have a taxi rank if you catch a taxi on the way back, and couldn't get
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  • Chinatown is a shopping mall of the furude Rika. The upper floor is a living space. Lower floors contain currency exchange, travel agency, massage room. Once a massage shop ' EH? "The feelings you may have, so don't go to the massage here since then. Food Court is somewhat useful?
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  • This is a sorry excuse for a mall. Really boring place. The only action seem to be around food stores surrounding the complex at street level. But visitors, please note these are not even "Singaporean...  read more »
  • The food court is bristling with Chinese locals and foreigners ordering Ma La Xiang Guo, where you choose meat and vegetables before they are all stir-fried in an oil/spice concoction that numbs your tongue. Grab a beer (or sugarcane with lemon if you are the nonalcoholic kind of person) and some friends to enjoy a very Singaporean experience!
  • China town is famous and attracting many people to visit but shops there are many for tourists except the local food court locate at second floor. Opposite to China town, here the shopping mall and food court stalls are more local, food diversity is also huge, and price are local as well. If you are tired with China town, you can try this complex as well.
  • This place not only serves hawker food but also other commodities and services on its 2nd and 3rd floor. It is conveniently linked to a multi storey carpark. If you want to find a halal stall, there is one.
  • Great mostly for the cheap hotpot and spicy food court options! Mala Xiang Guo is very popular!
  • Amazing! If you like Chinese food stalls. Also awesome to look for a second hand I-phone . Nice, clean, colourful place it is - right next to the MRT
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