Ngee Ann City


Ngee Ann City is centrally located on Orchard Road in Singapore. It is a staggering $520 million building that was officially opened 21st September, 1993. It is a big commercial and shopping centre in Singapore, that attracts slew of dwellers and travellers. This big Singapore shopping complex is made on the burial land which was previously owned and managed by Ngee Ann Kongsi. Today, Ngee Ann City is Singapore's favourite shopping mainstay. Ngee Ann City has been conferred by an array of prestigious awards and this list includes, Tourism Awards 2002, Best Shopping Experience - Shopping Centre and ranked 5th Asia’s top shopping malls by media magazine.

Ngee Ann City in Singapore is a holder of strategic location are has a number of boutiques selling designer clothes and international labels like Mango, Hugo Boss Woman and Spain's Zara.

There's an interesting mix of over over 100 outlets and specialty stores. Takashimaya, a Japanese giant store, has a range of Japanese products. Shoppers can find sports kit, stationery, jewelery, designer clothes, bags, footwear, belts, electronics and electrical goods in varied price range. There's a good news for the book lovers, Ngee Ann City, Singapore, houses Kinokuniya, which is the largest book-store in Southeast Asia. This shopping centre us very big and spacious and has a capacity to hold outdoor and indoor activities. There are also full-facility centre, an art gallery where art-connoisseurs and mavens finds solace, and culture centre.


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