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International Merchandising Mart Mall, which is commonly known as IMM Mall, is the largest factory outlet in Singapore. It is located in Jurong East, Singapore. It has Giant Hypermarket, Daiso and Best Denki as its anchor stores. Besides, it houses over 90 retailers and has numerous international brand retailers such as Coach, Giordano, Timberland, G2000, Adidas and a lot more. It also stores over 50 food and beverages retailers. It is well equipped with public facilities such as a playground for children, nursing room, free shuttle bus service and a few more. It is owned by CapitaLand Mall Trust.
Since IMM Mall is located just 600 meters away from Jurong MRT Station, to get to IMM Mall from Changi Airport is very convenient. Board the train and heads to Tanah Merah. At Tanah Merah transit station, board East West Line 2 that heads off towards Tuas Link. Get off at Jurong East station and walk to IMM Mall.
If you want to get to International Merchandising Mart Mall from Changi Airport, with huge and heavy luggage, you are not recommended to travel by bus. Taking the bus will need you to board and get off a few buses and walk for a few meters, which is not convenient.
To commute from Changi Airport to IMM Mall by car, there are a few routes to use. Ayer Rajah Expressway, Pan Island Expressway and East Coast Park. The journey via any roads will take less than 1 hour depends on the traffic condition. Please note that journey during peak hour will take a longer time to reach the destination.
Merlion Park is one of the tourist attraction places in Singapore. At the park, there stands a statue of the lion head with a fish body, and it was named The Merlion. The Merlion has its own myth during the ancestor period. The Merlion is not just an old myth, but also has been chosen to become the icon of the country, Singapore. In events, such as games or matches, The Merlion mascot is used to introduce Singapore to the world. At the park, The Merlion statue is placed by the riverbank. This is because the water will continuously spout out of its mouth into the river. Tourists are always seen wandering around the park, relaxing while snapping photos with the iconic statue of Singapore. The park is surrounded with tall buildings and a flowing river, making the entire place look so picturesque.
Singapore is one developed country. It is further proven by having this sophisticated national stadium. The stadium is listed as one of the best national stadiums in the world. It was built in 2014 and equipped with a variety of clean facilities. For example, it has the largest retractable dome, adjustable seating tiers, and a few more smart facilities. It can accommodate approximately 55,000 spectators at once. It has been home for numerous prestigious events be it local events or international events.
Genting Hotel Jurong is a four stars hotel that offers an affordable price. It is located conveniently, which is less than 1 kilometer from IMM Mall, Jurong Country Club, walking distance to International Business Park and near MRT station. Other than providing reasonably spacious accommodations, Genting Hotel Jurong provides excellent in-room amenities, convenient public facilities and a lot more. Most importantly, the guests staying here can ride a free shuttle bus to some selected attractions places.
Some travelers prefer to stay at the budget hotel when discovering Singapore. K2 @ Guesthouse is a two stars accommodation located at 15 South Buona Vista Road, Singapore, 118146. It provides a few selections of rooms for guests to choose from. Guest who comes with family is suggested to choose a room with a bathroom. For a solo traveler, it is suggested to choose a single bedroom with shared bathroom. There is also a single bedroom with in-room bathroom. Also, this Guesthouse is not recommended for tourists who come with cars because it does not provide a car parking area. The guests with vehicles will have to park by the roadside. Overall, this Guesthouse is seen as more comfortable and profitable for those who travel with backpacks and commute by public transport.