17 Jan 2018
Now bigger and better than ever, excitement builds as Northpoint City welcomes residents of the North to kick off its celebratory soft launch on 19 January. Usher in the Lunar New Year at the largest mall in the North of Singapore with an exciting line-up of performances and events, including Dragon and Lion Dance performances, an appearance by Fu Lu Shou and a festive food fair. Shop as a Frasers Rewards member this festive season and multiply your chances of winning a Volkswagen Touran worth $50,000^ or redeem attractive Northpoint City NETS Flashpay memorabilia, exquisite Hong Bao sets and much more!
A Food Haven of Flavoursome Delights
This Lunar New Year, visitors to Northpoint City will be spoilt for choice with over 100 international food and dining concepts to indulge in for family gatherings across the North and South Wings, of which over 50 brands are new to the mall.
Explore the mall’s eclectic array of gourmet options, including a thematic, specialty food street named The Makan Town that spans over 40,000 square feet of the South Wing’s basement, and two popular food courts, Bagus (#02-101/102/103, South Wing) and Kopitiam (#B2-12, North Wing).
At The Makan Town you can savour authentic Malaysian street hawker fare at Malaysia Chiak! (#B1-194/195/203/204/205, South Wing) without having to travel across the Causeway. If you are a fan of South Korean culture and flavours, first-in-Singapore Korean food chain Pizza Maru (#B1-192/193, South Wing) serves up their ever-popular cheesy fusion-flavoured pizzas that are made with green tea dough and black rice dough, while Patbingsoo (#B1-181, South Wing) will leave you hankering after their famous rolling cheese pork ribs and a broad range of bingsoo.
Pizza Maru’s first-ever store in Singapore at Northpoint City
Japanese cuisine enthusiasts can get their ramen fix with crowd-favourite “volcano” ramen at Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen (#B1-188/189, South Wing). Round off festive spreads with refreshing ice-cold thirst quenchers from Fruiturday (#B2-146, South Wing), one of Thailand’s popular specialty smoothie and dessert brand, known for their fresh fruit-derived beverages.
Mr Philip Pang, CEO of Fei Siong Group, said: “We are very encouraged by the positive response from shoppers to our Malaysia Chiak! outlet at Northpoint City. It is exciting for us to share the best of Malaysian street hawker fare and in a unique setting like The Makan Town, where we can be closer to our supporters and foodies in the North.”
Experience authentic Malaysian street hawker fare at the South Wing’s Malaysia Chiak!
Delightful Bevy of Retail Experiences
Spruce up your home this Lunar New Year with new household furniture and appliances from Northpoint City’s expanded two-storey duplex Harvey Norman (#B1-136/137/138, #B2-108 to #B2-112, South Wing). The store spans 34,000 square feet through Basement 1 and 2 and delivers a diverse range of products for all your household needs. Looking to cook up a family feast this festive season? Equip yourself with the best kitchen equipment from Kitchen+Ware (#B1-132/133, South Wing) where they carry an extensive range of kitchen must-haves and homeware.
Bernice Kwok, General Manager of Computers and Communications, Harvey Norman said: “We feel proud to have been here serving Northpoint customers and are thankful for their support over the years. We are excited to offer our shoppers a much bigger range and a new shopping experience at our expanded duplex store.”
Harvey Norman’s new duplex spans 34,000 square feet
Beauty and skincare fans are in for a treat at top Japanese health and beauty drugstore Welcia-BHG (#B1-149, South Wing). The store stocks a large range of beauty and wellness products from Japan previously unavailable in Singapore and is the drugstore chain’s first store in the heartlands. Novela (#01-182/183/184, South Wing) has in store some of the best skincare and fragrance brands for shoppers who are all set to doll themselves up for heart-warming family gatherings this Lunar New Year.
Stocking up on steamboat ingredients and celebratory drinks for your family gatherings? Enjoy expanded options for groceries as mall goers now have the option of visiting either the spanking new Fairprice supermarket (#B2-103/104/105/106/107) at the South Wing or Cold Storage (#B1-06/07) at the North Wing.
The walkway along Fairprice’s newest store in Basement 2 of the South Wing, connects shoppers seamlessly to the North Wing
To top it off, explore over 30 convenient retail and quick-serve concepts as you amble through Northpoint City’s fully air-conditioned underground retail link. The new connection serves as an alternate route providing seamless access between Northpoint City and Yishun MRT Station.
Underground retail link leading to Yishun MRT Station
A bustling and growing hub of activity
Northpoint City will include an air-conditioned bus interchange, a revamped public library that will re-open in February, the first community club in a mall and a town square which is the size of 10 basketball courts. The development also includes the 920-unit North Park Residences which has fully sold all its units. With the North and South Wings combined, Northpoint City houses over 400 curated local and international retail brands and will serve over half a million residents from the north of Singapore.
Please visit Northpoint City’s website (www.northpointcity.com.sg) for the most updated list of stores at the mall.
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