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This place was built to cater to the Japanese expats that stays around the area but well the locals love to come here too.
Many go to the basement and first floor for the supermarkets and Japanese restaurants and cafe and bakery etc.
You can find most japanese stuff here, especially in Mediya at basement. There’s a japan food court and many japanese restaurants here.
Located just beside clarke quay, it has Novotel above it, with top and basement parking.
We love to go Liang Court for Tampopo...More
This mall is where you should go if you are craving anything Japanese. There is a Japanese supermarket at basement one and the rest of the malls are filled with Japanese eateries, from ramen to sushi to sashimi!
This small shopping centre caters to the Japanese market with a large supermarket with some interesting foods on offer. There are many small restaurants of different types along with Subway and Starbucks for the unadventurous. A number of smaller stores selling jewellery, baby items, clothes,...More
Ventured to the new Fort Canning MRT station this morning (Monday), the Liang Court mall is close to hotels and apartments - not far from the Singapore River and less than 150 metres from the MRT.
Quite surprised at the range of stores and the...More
This mall may lack the WOW factor that others have, but it is more useful, and the shops more functional . Sometimes it is the little things we need , not the big ticket items. Throughout the Mall we found everyone to be very helpful....More
From Marina Bay, a walk along Singapore River will take you through the three Quays of the city, each offering a very different atmosphere. Boat Quay features historical sites and a buzzing riverfront vibe. Clarke Quay caters to the party crowd, while Robertson Quay appeals to the leisurely wanderer. Weekends at Robertson Quay and Martin Road also give a peek into the lives of expats in Singapore, as the
riverfront teems with joggers, dog walkers, and those getting their caffeine fix over brunch or enjoying a burger and a beer. No matter what you’re up for, the three Quays have something to keep you happy, day or night.