New shopping centres entice S’poreans with more BreadTalk, Charles & Keith, Uniqlo

Posted on 10 May 2014

Consumers say they are ecstatic mall developers are spicing things up by arranging the same shops in different order.


Singaporeans from all walks of life, who have become so used to the monotony on this island, are ecstatic that more shopping centres are being built.

It was reported that there will be new malls such as Orchard Gateway, Big Box mall in Jurong Gateway and The Seletar Mall.

Singaporeans said they are looking forward to going to all these new shopping centres as they offer many different varieties of the same shops and brands.

One local, Kee Shou Peng, said: “I think the mall developers put in a lot of effort to develop the shopping experience. For example, they will sometimes put Uniqlo on the third floor and sometimes they will put it on the ground floor. So, you can see, there is a lot of variety.”

Other Singaporeans said they enjoy seeing how malls are becoming more creative over time.

Another Singaporean, See Baey Xian, said: “Sometimes you will find Toast Box to the left of BreadTalk and sometimes you will find Toast Box to the right of BreadTalk. All these malls are definitely very creative trying to spice things up for consumers.”

“Even better still, at 313 at Somerset, there is Toast Box at the basement and Toast Box at the top level!”

“Who will get sick of all these fantastic shops that offer consumers so much variety and novelty?”

“It’s like the last thing you’d expect is something different and boom, no surprises, it’s Toast Box again.”






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