The center is distinguished by its flamboyant façade, segmented into blue, green and beige sections across a modern and busy looking structure. It was reopened with air-conditioning in 2009, making for a more pleasant experience in an otherwise sweltering city.
Depending on what entryway you use, there are different sections of the center offering mixed ethnic cuisine, especially Chinese and Indian, at its various hawker stations, but it is also a place to run errands, with loads of great tailors, hardware shops and even religious shops selling traditional supplies such as incense robes and other offerings.
Tours & Tickets
See the top attractions of Singapore with the best deal in town! This Singapore sightseeing pass lets you explore the city at your own pace on a hop-on hop-off ... Read more
Duration: 1 day (approx.)
Immerse yourself in the vibrant Singapore hawker cuisines while exploring the surrounding neighbourhood. Singapore Foodsters conducts local food tasting ... Read more
Duration: 3 hours (approx.)