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Compass Point Shopping Centre, Singapore, Singapore

 
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Distance from city center: 7.9mi
alvingb's pictureby alvingb Shopping travel tip
added on the 14th of April, 2011
Compass point shopping centre is created in such a way where is not just for people to shop, but also a place to learn about interesting things and facts. The shopping center has a theme based on learning. There numerous boards and posters around the mall that gives interesting facts about everyday things so that people can read and be enriched. This mall can be regarded as a one-stop destination to get all the things that you may want from clothes to acessories, to food or just some simple items.

Compass point shopping centre houses various stalls and shops. Some of the popular stores includes: cold storage, banquet, popular, metro(3 storeys) and many more. Compass point shopping centre also houses one of the National Library in it.

Both LRT(Light Rail Transport) and MRT(Mass Rapid Transport) train stations are connected to the shopping centre. This makes accessibility really easy to the place.

The price of goods here, range from cheap to expensive. There are many kind of stores in this place and thus each of them sell different things and thus the price of things sold varies. For example Jewel shops may sell their jewelleries at a higher price while the dollar shop sells its things much cheaper. This shopping centre also has various fastfood eatery like Long John Silver, Macdonalds, Burger King, KFC, Pizzahut, Swensons, Subway, sakura and many more.

Address:
1 Sengkang Square, Singapore 545078


Price:
Range from cheap to medium depending on the item

Opening Hours:
10.30am to 10.30pm.

How to get there:
Take The North East Line (NEL) Train to Sengkang MRT station.

Phone number:
Tel: (+65) 6881 2707 Fax: (+65) 6881 4962

On the web:
http://www.lifestylewiki.com/Compass_Point_Shopping_Centre

 
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