City Square Mall
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Singapore’s First Eco-Mall, City Square Mall, sits on the site of Singapore's historic New World Park. With over 700,000 sq ft of gross retail space, spread over five retail levels, two basements & four levels of lifestyle services, it is home to about 200 tenants.
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City Square Shopping Mall Mohammad Mustapha Shopping Centre Multiple Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian Restaurants Multiple Retail Shops Multiple Money Changers Multi Failth Temples,Church and Mosque.
Restaurants, food court, bar, groceries, hairdressers, cinema' pharmacy, dry cleaners... Yes it's all just a few minutes walk down the road!
It has everything you need! Restaurants, Children play area, cinema, supermarket, stores
Singapore’s first eco mall. This shopping centre has a movie theatre, supermarkets, restaurants and retail shops!
Modern shopping mall that carries every essentials you'll need: supermarket, local eats and restaurants, fashion, toiletries, hair salons, even a cinema.
Shopping, Cinema, Restaurants, Groceries (Fair Price), Beauty Salons, Massage, Banks/Foreign Exchange
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