Mustafa Centre Singapore Website Faqs

Helen asks…

are there websites that will provide information regardng sales in singapore (eg. warehouse sales)?

recently my fren bought a range of loreal products eg eyeliner, eyeshadow, lipsticks, lip gloss, hair dyes, foundation for under $50. since then i’m tempted to get the latest news in the sales of big companies especially those in the fashion industry. yet i do not like to buy newspapers to read for the ads.

just to add some details, i’m only talking abt sales that happen in singapore

Mustafa Singapore Admin answers:

Warehouse sales, closing down sales, renovation sales are just pure gimick and people here ignore them. The trick is to watch the crowds. If there are many queuing patiently to pay then its probably a real sale. Try Mustafa centre for cheap stuff you mentioned.

Charles asks…

List of Shopping Centres?

Where can I get a full complete list of shopping centres located island-wide in Singapore? (Including those in neighbourhood areas)

TIA!

Mustafa Singapore Admin answers:

Please check the website : www.shopping.sg/shopaglore/
list-of-shopping-malls-in-singapore

A
Ang Mo Kio Hub
Albert Complex
Albert Court
Anchor Point

B
Beauty World Centre
Beauty World Plaza
Bras Basah Complex
Bukit Panjang Plaza
Bukit Timah Plaza
Bukit Timah Shopping Centre

C
Capital Square
Capitol Building
Cathay Cineleisure Orchard
Causeway Point
Central Mall
Central Place
Centrepoint Shopping Centre
Century Square
Chinatown Complex
Chinatown Plaza
Chinatown Point
City Plaza
Citylink Mall
Compass Point
Concord Shopping Centre
Coronation Arcade
Coronation Plaza

D
Delfi Orchard
Downtown East

E
Esplanade Mall
Eastpoint Mall
Excelsior Hotel and Shopping Centre

F
Far East Plaza
Far East Shopping Centre
Fortune Centre
Forum The Shopping Mall
Fu Lu Shou Complex
Funan I.T. Mall

G
Geylang Serai Malay Village
Ginza Plaza
Golden Mile Complex
Goldhill Plaza
Great World City
Greenridge Shopping Centre

H
Harbourfront Centre
Heartland Mall
Heeren
Holland Road Shopping Centre
Hougang Green Shopping Mall

I
IMM Building
International Building

J
Junction 8
Jurong Entertainment Centre
Jurong Point

K
Katong Mall
Katong Plaza
Katong Shopping Centre
Kembangan Plaza
Keypoint

L
IMM Building Jurong East
Leisure Park
Liat Towers
Liang Court
Little India Arcade
Lot 1 Shoppers’ Mall
Lucky Chinatown

M
Marina Leisureplex
Marina Square Shopping Mall
Midpoint Orchard
Millenia Walk
Mustafa Centre

N
Ngee Ann City (Takashimaya)
Northpoint Shopping Centre
Novena Square
NTUC Hougang Mall

O
OG Orchard
One Fullerton
Orchard Emerald
Orchard Plaza
Orchard Point
Orchard Shopping Centre
Orchard Towers

P
Pacific Plaza
Paradiz Centre
Paragon
Parco Bugis Junction
Park Mall
Parklane Shopping Mall
Parkway Parade
People’s Park Complex
Plaza Singapura

Q
Queensway Shopping Centre

R
Raffles City Shopping Centre
Riverside Point
Rivervale Mall
Robertson Walk
Rochor Centre
Roxy Square

S
Square 2 Novena
Scotts Shopping Centre
Sembawang Shopping Centre
Serangoon Plaza
Serene Centre
Shaw Centre
Shaw House
Shaw Plaza
Sim Lim Square
Sim Lim Tower
Sin Ming Plaza
Singapore Shopping Centre
Stamford Arts Centre
Stamford House
Sun Plaza
Sunshine Plaza
Sunshine Place
Suntec City Mall
Specialists’ Shopping Centre

T
Tampines Mall
Tampines Mart
Tanglin Mall
Tanglin Place
Tanglin Shopping Centre
Tang Plaza
Tanjong Katong Complex
Tekka Mall
Thomson Plaza
Tiong Bahru Plaza
Toa Payoh Entertainment Centre

U
UE Shopping Mall
United Square

V
Village Centre, The
Vista Point
VivoCity
Velocity@Novena

W
West Mall
Wheelock Place
Wisma Atria
Woodlands Civic Centre
Woodlands North Plaza
Woodlands Point

Y
Yew Tee Shopping Centre

Carol asks…

Korea-language course recommendations?

Hi everyone,

I’m thinking of taking up Korean soon – not conversational, but proper writing and reading. Anyone with recommendations as to where is a good centre to learn Korean? I checked out the Singapore-Korean school website but the beginner’s class is way too expensive ($500+)!

Thanks in advance!

Mustafa Singapore Admin answers:

The Sa Rang Hyun Sho school at mustafa

Steven asks…

where is the zoo?

Mustafa Singapore Admin answers:

Aint those the craziest answer u got.

In singapore the zoo is found in mandai.. North of singapore. Visit the recommended website for more information.

Getting Here
Address

80 Mandai Lake Road
Singapore 729826

By Car/Taxi

From the City, take the Pan Island Expressway (PIE) towards Jurong.

Look out for and turn off at Exit 7 of the Bukit Timah Expressway (BKE).

Follow the prominent brown signs to the Singapore Zoo.

On a regular day, the journey will take approximately 30 minutes.

By Bus

From the City, take bus service 171 to Mandai Road, then alight at the first bus stop and transfer to bus service 927.

By Mass Rapid Transit

Alight at Ang Mo Kio station (NS16) and take bus service 138.

Alight at Choa Chu Kang station (BP1/NS4) and take bus service 927.

From Changi Airport station (CG2), board the train and switch to a north-bound route at City Hall station (EW13/NS25). Alight at Ang Mo Kio station (NS16) and take bus service 138.

From Changi Airport station (CG2), board the train and switch to a west-bound route at Jurong East station (NS1/EW24). Alight at Choa Chu Kang station (CG2) and take bus service 927.

By Bus Hub Service
(Weekends and public holidays)

This is the latest direct bus between Orchard Road and Singapore Zoo. For a single trip fee of $4, visitors can pop by any of the following hotels at various pick-up timing for a convenient and comfortable ride to the Singapore Zoo.

Pick-up points from City
Time

Orchard Hotel
(Bus-stop outside Delfi Orchard)
1.00pm

DFS Galleria
(DFS lobby)
1.05pm

Sheraton Towers
(Outside hotel lobby)
1.10pm

Grand Hyatt Hotel
(Bus bay outside hotel)
1.15pm

Le Meridian Hotel
(Taxi stand at Kramat Lane)
1.25pm

Hotel Rendezvous
(Bus stop opposite hotel)
1.35pm

Pick-up points from
Little India / Serangoon Road
Time

The Claremont Hotel
(Along Owen Road – Opposite Mustafa Centre)
1.45pm

Coming back from Singapore Zoo

Bus leaves Zoo at 4.30 pm

Reach City in 25 minutes!

Susan asks…

how to go to the zoo?

Mustafa Singapore Admin answers:

Singapore Zoological Gardens
General Enquiries: 65-6269 3411
Email: info@zoo.com.sg
Website: http://www.zoo.com.sg/visitor/gettinghere.htm
Add: 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826
Opening hours: 8.30am to 6.00pm daily

Entrance fees (for admission only):
Adult – S$15.00
Child – S$7.50
(All prices include 5% GST)

a) By Car/Taxi:
From the City, take the Pan Island Expressway (PIE) towards Jurong.
Look out for and turn off at Exit 7 of the Bukit Timah Expressway (BKE).
Follow the prominent brown signs to the Singapore Zoo. On a regular day, the journey will take approximately 30 minutes.

B) By Bus:
From the City, take bus service 171 to Mandai Road, then alight at the first bus stop and transfer to bus service 927.

C) By Mass Rapid Transit:
Alight at Ang Mo Kio station (NS16) and take bus service 138.
Alight at Choa Chu Kang station (BP1/NS4) and take bus service 927.
From Changi Airport station (CG2), board the train and switch to a north-bound route at City Hall station (EW13/NS25). Alight at Ang Mo Kio station (NS16) and take bus service 138.
From Changi Airport station (CG2), board the train and switch to a west-bound route at Jurong East station (NS1/EW24). Alight at Choa Chu Kang station (CG2) and take bus service 927.

D) By Bus Hub Service:
(Weekends and public holidays)
This is the latest direct bus between Orchard Road and Singapore Zoo. For a single trip fee of $4, visitors can pop by any of the following hotels at various pick-up timing for a convenient and comfortable ride to the Singapore Zoo.

Pick-up points from City:
@Orchard Hotel (Bus-stop outside Delfi Orchard) – 1.00pm
@DFS Galleria (DFS lobby) – 1.05pm
@Sheraton Towers (Outside hotel lobby) – 1.10pm
@Grand Hyatt Hotel (Bus bay outside hotel) – 1.15pm
@Le Meridian Hotel (Taxi stand at Kramat Lane) – 1.25pm
@Hotel Rendezvous (Bus stop opposite hotel) – 1.35pm

Pick-up points from Little India / Serangoon Road:
@The Claremont Hotel (Along Owen Road – Opposite Mustafa Centre) – 1.45pm

Coming back from Singapore Zoo: Bus leaves Zoo at 4.30 pm

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