Seletar Mall officially opens

SINGAPORE – The latest shopping destination in the northern part of Singapore has officially opened its doors on Thursday (May 21).

The Seletar Mall, developed by The Seletar Mall Pte Ltd, is a joint venture company between Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) and United Engineers Limited (UE).

Conveniently connected to Fernvale Light Rail Transit (LRT) station which links to Sengkang North-East Line (NEL) MRT / LRT station and Sengkang bus interchange, The Seletar Mall has six levels of retail and three levels of parking.

The opening ceremony held earlier today was officiated by Guest of Honour Dr Lam Pin Min, Minister-of-State, Ministry of Health and Member of Parliament and Grassroots Advisor for Sengkang West GROs, together with Dr Lee Boon Yang, Chairman of SPH, Mr Tony Mallek, Chairman of The Seletar Mall Pte Ltd and Mr Roy Tan, Group CFO of UE.

More than 200 invited guests including tenants and partners of The Seletar Mall attended the event.

The family-oriented mall, with 100 per cent occupancy, houses over 130 shops.

The destination mall has plenty to offer from fashion to F&B choices. Key tenants include UNIQLO, BHG departmental store, Foodfare foodcourt and Amore Fitness & Boutique Spa.

Those wanting to catch movies can do so as Shaw Theatres cineplex is located there.

To celebrate the mall’s official opening, all shoppers will enjoy free parking from 9am to 5pm on May 21.

In addition, the first 100 shoppers who present a cut-out coupon from the mall’s congratulatory advertisement and have a minimum spend of $30 (maximum three receipts combined) can redeem a limited edition tote bag.

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