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Heartland Wonders The Ultimate Ang Mo Kio Guide

Heartland Wonders: The Ultimate Ang Mo Kio Guide

Ang Mo Kio is affectionately dubbed the OG residential area of Singapore, known for its serene and respectable reputation.

But beyond its stellar residential status, there’s a wealth of culinary delights and shopping destinations waiting to be uncovered in this district. 

So, if you’re a first-timer, use this helpful Ang Mo Kio guide to get you started on navigating the treasures of this heartland!

How to Get There

By Bus: Ang Mo Kio is served by Bus Lines 22, 24, 25, 73, 73T, 86, 130, 130A, 133, 136, 138, 138A, 138B, 166, 169, 262, 261, 265, and 269.

By Train: Ang Mo Kio has its own MRT station (NS16) on the North-South Line. You can take the MRT from various parts of Singapore and alight at Ang Mo Kio MRT Station.

By Car: If you’re driving, you can reach Ang Mo Kio via the Central Expressway (CTE). 

Things to Do

From vwinstonn

Address: 1384 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, Singapore 

Operating Hours: Open 24/7


Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park is one of the largest parks in Singapore. Running through the park is the initial stretch of the Kallang River, originating from Lower Peirce Reservoir. 

You’ll find a variety of dining options within the park, such as Canopy Garden Dining and McDonald’s. Additionally, there’s the Aramsa Garden Spa for relaxation. 

The park offers amenities like a dog run, a playground, and a water park. 

You can find water stations close by for cleaning or hydrating your dogs. Visit on weekends to observe more furry pets roam around the park, as it’s prime time for dog lovers to take their pets out at the dog run! 

Pro Tip:
Periodically, Singapore Sidewalk Astronomy organises star-gazing sessions in the vicinity of McDonald’s. These sessions are free, and people are welcome to use the telescope mounted along the sidewalk of the park. 

From derricktan68

Address: Upper Thomson Rd, Singapore 

Operating Hours: Open 24/7


Covering 50 hectares, the Thomson Nature Park boasts a rich cultural history as a former Hainan Village and is a key conservation site for the Raffles’ banded langur,  critically endangered animal.

Five trails spanning 3.8 kilometres have been thoughtfully designed to provide insights into both the historical aspects of kampung (village) life and the diverse array of plant and animal species found in Thomson Nature Park. 

The Ruins and Figs Trail showcases the heritage highlights of the Hainan Village through well-preserved ruins, while the Stream and Ferns Trail allows visitors to appreciate the park’s freshwater habitat and observe a variety of flora and fauna.

Pro Tip:
Although open to the public 24/7, the Thomson Nature Park strictly prohibits cycling, skateboarding, and fishing. You also can’t bring your pets.  

From miss_anastsia_u

Address: Junction of Ang Mo Kio Ave 3 and 8, behind Ang Mo Kio MRT Station, 6A Ang Mo Kio Street 53, Singapore 569208 

Contact Details: +6518004717300

Operating Hours: Open 24/7


Ang Mo Kio offers two delightful gardens: Ang Mo Kio Town Garden East, located behind the MRT station, and Ang Mo Kio Town Garden West, across the public library. 

Ang Mo Kio Town Garden East, formerly a rubber estate, is home to rubber trees, nutmeg, and cinnamon. In contrast, Ang Mo Kio Town Garden West boasts colourful flowers like Dillenia and Vitex. 

Nearby, the Kebun Baru Birdsinging Club at Block 159 hosts ad-hoc bird-singing performances, drawing many bird enthusiasts together to listen to birds chirp in harmony. 

Pro Tip:
The Kebun Baru Birdsinging Club occasionally hosts competitions. Spectators get to enter for free, but participants pay a small fee to join in for a chance to win prize money. 

From chongchanhar

Address: 570 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, Singapore 560570

Operating Hours: Open 24/7

Created in 1978 and conceived by Khor Ean Ghee, the Dragon Playground was crafted from terrazzo tiles, featuring a spine formed by steel rails and metal ladders. 

It’s a pretty nostalgic place for many elderly locals, so take the kids here to offer them a glimpse of the past, or have your parents join you to share their cherished memories.

It’s equally appealing to visitors as its renowned counterpart in Toa Payoh Lorong 1. In place of sand, this dragon is surrounded by rubberised mats, providing a cleaner and more convenient space for kids to enjoy and play. 

Pro Tip:
Be mindful of the weather when you visit the Dragon Playground, as the tiled slides and stairs become very slippery when wet. 

It’s best to bring a towel or some tissue paper to wipe down any moisture or wetness before letting your kids play! 

From achasg2019

Address: 341 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, Singapore 560341 

Operating Hours: Open 24/7

Go for a walk in the neighbourhood, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised to discover numerous stunning murals adorning the area. The most renowned among them is Yip Yew Chong’s “Reminiscing Old Ang Mo Kio” series. 

Head over to Teck Ghee Court Market and Kebun Baru Market to admire these captivating murals that celebrate the joyful village life of yesteryears. 

Pro Tip:
Don’t touch or vandalise the art. Graffiti and street art are part of the local culture and should be treated with respect.

Address: 1384 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, #2, Singapore 569932

Contact Details: +6564566556

Operating Hours: Sunday to Wednesday, 10:00 am to 9:00 pm, Thursday to Saturday, 10:00 am to 10:00 pm


Ang Mo Kio is known for its gardens, so it’s not surprising that locals would relax and unwind in the neighbourhood’s garden attractions such as Aramsa Garden Spa. 

Aramsa offers an extensive menu of treatments, including a gentle, mobility-focused Huna Huna Massage, silicone cupping therapy, and facial treatments. 

Additionally, you can make the most of the in-house Yoga Seeds Green Room, enabling a convenient half-day yoga and spa retreat for people who want to de-stress after a week of work. 

Pro Tip:
Each treatment room here is equipped with a private garden courtyard or an outdoor shower surrounded by lush greenery. We highly recommend booking a full-day retreat here with access to the outdoor bath area!

From thomkoh

Address: Bishan-Ang Mo Kio (Bishan Park 2), Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, Singapore 569981

Operating Hours: Open 24/7

Aside from the natural beauty of Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, you’ll also find a cool sculpture perched on top of a hill: An Enclosure for a Swing. 

Crafted in 2011 by the local architect Kelvin Lim Fun Kit, this metal sculpture may appear unusual at first sight, but it carries a deeper meaning. It symbolises the park as a tranquil escape from the urban hustle and bustle.

Staying true to its name, the sculpture’s curved structure resembles a skeletal frame that encases the metal swing within. 

Pro Tip:
Although there aren’t any signs that you can’t touch the sculpture, don’t climb it, especially when taking pictures. It’s still a piece of artwork, and it’s not meant to be treated like a playground.  

From thesaberauthority

Address: Ang Mo Kio Ave 8, Singapore

Contact Details: +6596489125

Operating Hours: Open 24/7


For avid Star Wars enthusiasts and those seeking an exciting adventure, here’s an opportunity to awaken your inner Jedi. Journey to a distant galaxy through lightsaber duelling sessions offered by The Saber Authority!

In a lively and supportive environment, you can practice your martial arts skills and swordsmanship using custom lightsabers. Once you’ve established a strong foundation, you can engage in duels with other players in the arena!

You’ll develop the ability to discern attack patterns, execute precise striking sequences, identify vulnerabilities in your opponent’s defence, and employ flanking manoeuvres and strategic attack combinations.

Pro Tip:
The Saber Authority has a fighter ranking system, and newbies must complete the Apprentice Intake Programme before rising through the ranks. 

You can sign up for the course here if you wish to take your saber-manship skills to the next level! 

From kwongyewwatt

Address: Route begins at starts at Ang Mo Kio Ave 1 and runs along Ang Mo Kio Ave 6 before ending at Ang Mo Kio St 12

Contact Details: +6596489125

Operating Hours: Open 24/7


Did you know there’s a Park Connector Network adorned with murals beneath the MRT tracks? This connector is part of Ang Mo Kio’s transformation into Singapore’s pedestrian and cyclist-friendly town, aligning with the nation’s car-lite approach. 

Cyclists can enjoy specially designed red-marked cycling paths along the MRT viaduct, while pedestrians can use this route as a convenient shortcut.

While you’re here, have fun with your friends by playing hopscotch on the pattern painted in the middle of the viaduct.  

Pro Tip:
​​For those who require assistance transporting their bicycles up or down the paths connecting HDB flats to the main road, practical bicycle wheeling ramps are available at the staircases, making bike transport more convenient. 

From naoxlogy

Address: 510 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, Singapore 569983

Operating Hours: Open 24/7

Don’t be fooled by its sophisticated name—the Cleansing Biotope is, in reality, a winding watercourse featuring unique plant varieties that play a crucial role in purifying the water in the park’s ponds and rivers.

Beyond its essential water-cleaning function, the rows of plants gracefully positioned above the shimmering streams provide a captivating visual delight.

The best time to visit this place is during weekday mornings, which makes a perfect setting for early yoga at Landscape Pond. Find inner peace on the circular platform, meditating or stretching with yoga poses, with lush greenery around you. 

Pro Tip:
Invite your family members to join the Outdoor Family Yoga sessions occurring every 2nd Sunday of the month.

Where to Eat

Address: 9 Bishan Pl, #01-38 Junction 8, Singapore 579837

Operating Hours: Monday to Friday, 11:00 am to 10:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 am to 10:00 pm


Founded by Mervyn and Amanda Phan, Grub is a solid spot to eat when you’re craving hearty comfort food near Ang Mo Kio. 

This restaurant caters to families and boasts several advantages: it offers budget-friendly prices, provides a stunning park view, and presents a good variety of craft beers and ciders at wallet-friendly rates. 

Their menu includes traditional brunch dishes with a unique Asian touch, featuring options like the har cheong gai (shrimp paste) chicken with waffles, mentaiko fries, and mashed potatoes.

Pro Tip:
The dining area at Grub is pretty small, so we highly recommend reserving a table before dropping by.

From lamkianming

Address: 16 Jln Leban, Singapore 577554

Contact Details: +6564589005

Operating Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday to Saturday, 11:00 am to 2:00 pm, 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm, Sunday, 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm, 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm


When you enter Plum Village, a cosy Hakka restaurant with a history spanning over 30 years, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time. The walls are adorned with Chinese lanterns, and there’s even a small library tucked away at the rear. 

The restaurant’s menu has remained unchanged since its inception, offering timeless Hakka classics such as stuffed beancurd and fried yam balls. 

The standout dish here is undoubtedly the salted vegetable with pork, which is slow-cooked for hours until it reaches perfect tenderness and fall-off-the-bone goodness.

Pro Tip:
The owner of Plum Village occasionally hosts cooking classes at night. Simply ask the servers or the restaurant manager for more details about any upcoming cooking classes and respective fees! 

Address: 151 Ang Mo Kio Ave 5, #01-3046, Singapore 560151

Contact Details: +6563686927

Operating Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm


If you’re a loyal fan of Din Tai Fung for xiao long bao (soup dumplings), consider giving Shanghai Renjia a try as your new dining option in Ang Mo Kio. 

This family-operated restaurant pays homage to Shanghai cuisine, featuring a menu with offerings like pan-fried buns and handmade noodles, all crafted in-house. 

Their pan-fried buns are essentially a crispy twist on xiao long bao, with golden-brown buns enveloping a succulent pork filling. This casual restaurant is run by a small family, so expect to wait a bit for your orders to arrive! 

Pro Tip:
Shanghai Renjia only accepts cash, so make sure to withdraw some money before dropping by!

They also serve chrysanthemum tea for an additional charge and the servers usually leave pitchers of them on your table, so make sure to refuse it if you don’t want to pay extra. 

From sethluicious

Address: BLK 531 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-2429, Singapore 560531

Contact Details: +6598283490

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 11:00 am to 9:30 pm


Fish and Chicks gained fame at an Ang Mo Kio hawker centre for its exceptional fish and chips. You won’t have to fly to the United Kingdom to get your hands on some really good fish and chips for lunch or dinner!

They offer distinctive choices, such as a serving of chips with two pieces of battered fish—one smothered in salted yolk sauce and the other in a “no-crab” chilli crab sauce. While you may want to capture a photo of the dish, it’s best to dig in promptly. 

That’s because the delicate, crispy batter quickly absorbs the flavorful sauces, losing its crispiness. Fish & Chicks also features pasta dishes, crowned with a softly cooked egg, and an array of delectable seafood, chicken, and beef options.

Pro Tip:
If you can’t finish your order, you can ask for a takeaway box for an additional $0.50. 

Address: 340 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, #01-1697, Singapore 560340

Contact Details: +6586130826

Operating Hours: Monday, Wednesday to Sunday, 12:00 pm to 12:00 am


Those with a penchant for meat should head to Phuket Town Mookata for their renowned XXL 1kg Meat Mountain. This mountain of meat includes a variety of well-marinated options, such as tom yum pork collar, green curry chicken, and more.

The meats develop a delightful charred flavour when cooked, much like barbeque but with a Thai twist. The stall offers a range of homemade sauces, with the original sauce being a favourite for its sweetness. 

You’ll also find processed items like cheese tofu and crab sticks at the base to cook in the broth. It’s a feast that’s good for sharing with friends, so for just $40, it offers a pretty good bang for the buck!

Pro Tip:
Seats tend to fill up at Phuket Town Mookata, so try chope-ing, a method of “reserving” tables by leaving tissue packets or umbrellas on empty tables. The locals will understand and know what to do! 

Address: 340 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, #01-1697, Singapore 560340

Contact Details: +6586130826

Operating Hours: Monday, Wednesday to Sunday, 12:00 pm to 12:00 am


Banh Mi Saigon, situated in a cosy nook of Ang Mo Kio, serves up banh mi like no other. That said, one shouldn’t conclude their trip to this delightful Vietnamese dining spot without sampling one of its classic meaty sandwich offerings. 

The selection included a variety of meats, but the star option is the pork belly. The meat slices presented a visually appealing sight, featuring glossy fat beneath exceptionally crispy skin. 

A surefire way to detect whether a banh mi sandwich is really well-made is through the bread––if it crunches well with every bite, then you’re in for a treat! 

Pro Tip:
Banh Mi Saigon doesn’t accept reservations, so it’s best to drop by before lunch or dinner to snag a table!  

From fulltimeglutton

Address: 529 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-2369, Singapore 560529

Contact Details: +6564576159

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 8:30 am to 8:30 pm


The Pine Garden was once a hidden gem among residents in Ang Mo Kio. Over the years, this neighbourhood bakery grew into a celebrated establishment featured in numerous news outlets and “best-of” compilations.

The Pine Garden’s claim to fame lies in its locally-inspired cakes, such as the palm fruit sponge cake, black rice sweet cake, and Cat Mountain King durian. 

Flavours like lychee martini, coffee whisky caramel, and Kyoho grapes & white chocolate have also earned their place in the spotlight. The majority of these delectable creations are available as individual slices, allowing you to try and explore the flavours!

Pro Tip:
The Pine Garden is open daily, even on public holidays! You can satisfy your cravings for sweet cakes and treats any day of the year, except Chinese New Year when the cake shop closes for nine days.

From ellylovefood

Address: 529 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-2335, Singapore 560529

Contact Details: +6564533781

Operating Hours: Monday, Wednesday to Sunday, 8:00 am to 2:00 pm

If you’re on the hunt for a breakfast spot around Ang Mo Kio, make sure to visit Magic Kitchen. This cosy establishment is a favourite among locals for its hearty breakfast options and coffee. 

Having served customers for two decades, its reputation is built on delicious local dishes and its signature thick toasts. The thick toast, in particular, is their bestseller, drawing a steady crowd every morning, all eager to savour a slice of buttery goodness. 

To kickstart your day, you can indulge in laksa, a signature rice noodle dish bathed in spicy laksa gravy. Alternatively, try the egg mayo thick toast, featuring a fluffy bread generously topped with egg mayo and seasoned with black pepper.

Pro Tip:
Magic Kitchen is very popular among locals in Ang Mo Kio, so to avoid crowds, drop by for a breakfast meal on weekday mornings! 

Address: 716 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6, #01-4030, Singapore 560716

Operating Hours: Sunday to Thursday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Friday and Saturday, 9:00 am to 6:00 pm

Nestled just a short distance from Ang Mo Kio MRT station is Brew & Co., an unassuming coffee bar that many locals consider a hidden gem. This quiet establishment offers a cosy and inviting ambience with a rustic charm.

You can enjoy a delightful array of baked goods and carefully crafted treats. This includes bagels, cakes, and croissants, perfect companions to your choice of coffee. 

Their orange espresso, in particular, provides a unique twist on the traditional espresso shot. It boasts fruity undertones, and the citrus hints beautifully complement the mildly bitter espresso flavour.

Pro Tip:
For those who prefer beverages beyond coffee, Brew & Co.’s menu also features an assortment of teas and craft beers.

Address: 724 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6, #01-01 Ang Mo Kio Central Market and Food Centre, Singapore 560724

Operating Hours: Monday to Saturday, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm

One of the standout discoveries within Ang Mo Kio Central Market & Food Centre is Yunos n Family, a hawker stall with halal certification, celebrated for its exceptional offerings of mee rebus (noodle soup dish), soto (Indonesian soup) dishes and satay. 

This family-run establishment, with roots dating back to 1965, holds the distinction of being one of the oldest stalls in the food centre, sharing its founding year with Singapore’s independence.

The classic mee rebus holds a special place in the hearts of locals. This dish features yellow noodles generously coated in a delectable sweet and spicy gravy, topped with a hard-boiled egg and various other flavourful ingredients.

Pro Tip:
While Yunos N Family opens at 11:00 am, people start queuing by the stall around 10:30 am, so it’s best to drop by after peak hours (12 noon) or a little earlier before opening to grab a bowl of mee rebus! 

Address: 529 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-2365, Singapore 560529

Operating Hours: Sunday to Thursday, 11:45 am to 10:30 pm, Friday and Saturday, 11:45 am to 12:00 am


If you’re craving for some ice cream atop Hong Kong-style egglet waffles, drop by Am:Pm Cafe for dessert. Am:Pm Cafe caters to those seeking this distinctive soft-serve ice cream experience. 

The cafe is conveniently located near Cheng San Market & Food Centre, a well-known Ang Mo Kio hawker centre, making it the perfect destination for a post-meal dessert indulgence, especially given its wide array of ice cream flavours.

You can select from a variety of soft-serve options, including salted caramel and chocolate, and have their gelato served in a cup, cone, or atop an egglet waffle. This set also includes the choice of three complimentary toppings and a sauce.

Pro Tip:
Aside from customisable waffle orders, you can also try out Am:Pm Cafe’s monthly special ice cream flavours for an added cost of $1.50 per scoop. 

Address: 2 Jln Leban, Singapore 577547

Contact Details: +6583888396

Operating Hours: Wednesday to Sunday, 12:00 pm to 2:30 pm, 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm


If you’re looking for Western cuisine in Ang Mo Kio, then head over to the American-inspired barbecue smokehouse known as Social Smoker. It has earned a reputation for its generously-portioned and affordable wood-smoked meat platters.

Complementing the barbecue flavours, they also provide a selection of natural wines, craft beers, cocktails, and sake. 

Don’t miss out on the USDA beef brisket, as it offers great value for money. The tender and juicy beef provides a truly satisfying dining experience, allowing you to relish a premium meat cut without breaking the bank.

Pro Tip:  
It’s worth noting that the meats here are measured and sold by weight, so if you wish to savour a variety of meat options, it’s ideal to bring a friend to share the feast.

Address: 529 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-2371 Cheng San Centre, Singapore 560529

Contact Details: +6562540058

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 12:00 pm to 2:30 pm, 5:30 pm to 10:15 pm


If you’re hankering for authentic Thai food in Ang Mo Kio, Nagara Thai is the place to be. Their homemade Thai cuisine promises to transport you back to the bustling streets of Thailand. 

Whether it’s the fiery seafood tom yum nam kun or the sweet-and-savoury green curry, this restaurant offers a wide array of delectable Thai dishes, sparing you the need for a plane ticket.

To kickstart your meal, indulge in some appetisers like the refreshing papaya salad or spring rolls. Expect generous portions that are perfect for sharing, and if you’re in the mood for grilled dishes, you can opt for the barbecue.

Pro Tip:  
Nagara Thai is often crowded during the weekend, so expect a long queue when you drop by on a Friday or Saturday. The staff are known to serve customers quickly, so stay back and wait for a table if you can! 

Address: 407 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-753, Singapore 560407

Contact Details: +6588182284

Operating Hours: Monday to Friday, 11:00 am to 2:30 pm, 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday, 9:00 am to 10:00 pm

When the craving for ice cream strikes, turn to Fat Boss Waffles and Ice Cream, a dessert spot that’s perfect for satisfying a sweet tooth when in the neighbourhood. 

Tucked away as a hidden gem in Ang Mo Kio, this cosy café resides beneath a shophouse. With ample seating available, they can invite their dessert-loving friends to join them for a scoop or two.

The dessert menu features a tantalising selection of 18 different gelato flavours, offering a wealth of choices. Some crowd-pleasers at the café include Italian roasted pistachios, durian, and dark chocolate. 

Pro Tip:
In case you have a hard time finding the shophouse where Fat Boss is located, look out for its distinct turquoise blue tables and chairs outside! 

From sin.simon

Address: 527 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-111 Cheng San Market & Cooked Food Centre, Singapore 560527

Contact Details: +6588182284

Operating Hours: Monday to Thursday, 11:00 am to 6:00 pm, Saturday, 11:00 am to 1:30 pm, Sunday, 11:00 am to 3:00 pm

Ang Mo Kio’s hawker centres aren’t just renowned for their Western food stalls or famous chicken rice shops. Nestled within Cheng San Market & Cooked Food Centre, Kim Huat Fried Kway Teow is a hidden gem that’s well worth a visit. 

They specialise in fried kway teow, a fried noodle dish, teeming with a delightful assortment of ingredients. If you’re not in the mood for fried kway teow, the menu offers alternative choices like laksa and stir-fried thin noodles.

Each plate is expertly prepared with an abundance of ingredients, including Chinese sausages, bean sprouts, and cockles. 

Pro Tip:
Kim Huat Fried Kway Teow infuses their signature dish with pork lard, so it’s not halal-friendly. 

Although they’re not halal-certified, there are other dishes available that may be suitable for those with dietary restrictions such as the laksa and bee hoon. 

Where to Shop

From ricelab

Address: 5 Ang Mo Kio Central 2, Singapore 569663

Contact Details: +6564510141

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 9:00 am to 10:00 pm

Djitsun Mall is a premier shopping destination spanning four expansive levels. The ground floor boasts an array of delightful restaurants and a wide range of retail shops. 

On the second level, you’ll find a Harvey Norman home store, showcasing the latest in electronics. The third level houses esteemed institutions like Yamaha Music School, The Ballet School, and an assortment of edutainment centres. 

For fitness enthusiasts, the top level welcomes True Fitness, providing cutting-edge facilities and programmes. Djitsun Mall doesn’t just offer shopping; it offers a comprehensive and exceptional shopping journey for its cherished clientele.

Pro Tip:
Djitsun Mall may not be the largest shopping centre in Ang Mo Kio, but it’s considered to be the quietest of them all. It’s a good place to drop by if you’re looking to shop somewhere with a smaller crowd. 

Address: 61 Ang Mo Kio Ave 8, Singapore 569814

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 10:00 am to 10:00 pm


Jubilee Square caters to a diverse array of shopping needs and desires, offering a splendid mix of stores. With ample parking, family-friendly amenities, and a warm and inviting atmosphere, Jubilee Square is the perfect one-stop shopping solution. 

This mall welcomes all kinds of shoppers, whether you’re a tourist, expatriate, or local. It boasts a distinctive blend of F&B, health and beauty, retail, and enrichment establishments. 

Jubilee Square is also well-equipped with spacious and convenient parking facilities, both sheltered and open-air.

Pro Tip:
Take advantage of the customer services available at Jubilee Square. They can assist with any inquiries or provide information about the mall’s promotions, events, and even offer gift vouchers for their valued clients. 

From avocadoriasg

Address: 53 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, Singapore 569933

Contact Details: +6567539000

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 10:00 am to 10:00 pm


Perhaps the most visited shopping centre in Ang Mo Kio, AMK Hub boasts a family-friendly retail experience with its 201 stores. The mall spans four levels, housing an array of F&B, beauty, fashion, education, and lifestyle tenants. 

For added convenience, the mall provides accessible Wi-Fi, which can be helpful in case anyone in the family group needs to reconnect during the outing. 

If you’re looking for more things to do than just shopping, AMK Hub includes an Integrated Entertainment Centre with features like a games arcade, NTUC Club, and an eight-screen Cathay Cineplex.

Pro Tip:
While there are restaurants inside the mall, there’s also a large food court nearby in case you want to explore more hawker-style dishes and cheaper options! 
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