This six-story complex with avant-grade architecture is frequented by Japanese tourists, well-heeled locals and the middle ... More
This six-story complex with avant-grade architecture is frequented by Japanese tourists, well-heeled locals and the middle class. This is not surprising since the well-stocked Japanese department store, Isetan , is housed here, offering fashion, sporting goods and household merchandise. Serving high-end consumers are designer boutiques such as Max & Co, Bally and Trussardi. The basement holds a supermarket and several inexpensive cafes, while Western and Asian restaurants can be found on the second and fourth floors. Spanning over three floors are escalators leading up to the Lido 8 Cineplex on the uppermost level where the latest movies are screened.
Singapore's first glass sheltered shopping street, Bugis Junction, features refurbished quaint shop houses and a four story modern retail complex.
Here, you can find moderately priced merchandise like electronic goods, eye wear, accessories and fashion wear. There is also ...
This ornate colonial building was designed by Alfred John Bidwell of the firm Swan and McLaren. In 1914, it started
life as a retail office and served as the Oranjie Hotel until soon after World War II. After years ...
Enjoy friendly service as you savour cuisine from the Indonesian province of Sundan. The ambience is embellished by traditional batik
pieces, original Javanese antiques and art pieces. Ceiling fans hang high above the dining area. The signature dish, Sedap ...