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The Grandstand, Singapore

(4.4/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web)
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  • I still remember that I visited this place, watching horse racing about 20 years ago. Many things had changed over this 20 years and this place had been converted into a mall and the famous car shoppi...  more »
  • The Grandstand was once the the grandeur of Singapore's Horsing Scene but have seen turned into a Retail and F&B mall. It is heavily filled up with restaurants and cafes - most noticeably the Pasar Be...  more »
  • This place house quite a number of restaurant and also some local food at very good prices. There is also a sea food supplier with fresh fishes from the kelong. I love to come here to drink wines as t...  more »
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  • Small cosy area to rest and relax. Big supermarket and some choices of good eateries around. With Electric karting and a animal shelter nearby. 2nd hand cars are sold within the areas but beware of some car dealers.
  • An eclectic mall that is repurposed from the old Turf Club where they used to race horses. Given its original purpose, and despite significant renovations, the layout is odd.... But it kinda works... There are nooks and escalators that take you on a one way trip without a convenient escalator to take you back down.. There is a good range of cafes and restaurants, and many services like a gymnastics, preschool, swimming school, etc. There are also a lot of activities nearby, like rugby pitches, go karting, and a large number of small car dealers. The main hassle about this location is getting to and from without a car. An MRT station is maybe 10-15 min away.
  • Lots of restaurants to try, coupled with the smaller markets in Parsabella for the craft type foods. Upstairs are a range of kids education and development centers, and downstairs it has a Giant grocery store. Parking is pretty good with the elevated car park across the road, and if you wanted to change your car, there is a large collection of second hand car dealers underneath. This area is undergoing significant development to build up its offerings, and it will be interesting to continue to see where they go with it.
  • One stop solution to buy second hand cars. Huge selection with many agencies. There are many food options as well. Including pasarbella which has awesome festive atmosphere and great variety of food.
  • This mall is nice for young families to pass the time. They offer free shuttle from Toa Payoh, Botanical Gardens, Bukit Timah and Clementine. Extra curricular classes located on upper levels are daily missed. Paserbela and Giant seems to anchor tenants. Some shops have changed quickly but favorites like omakase are still here and surviving.