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Jewel Changi Airport to house A&W, Shake Shack, Pokemon Centre, and more

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Singapore’s no stranger to iconic buildings, from the luxury haven that’s Marina Bay Sands and dream wedding venue (thanks, Crazy Rich Asians) that’s CHIJMES. Introducing our future favourite multi-destination space, Jewel Changi Airport.

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The highly anticipated 10-storey complex,which began construction three years ago, will open its doors to  public the first half of next year. Boasting a dome-shaped facade and indoor waterfall, this mall isn’t like any other shopping centre in town. It’s bigger, and better.

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For starters, expect a string of prominent local and international brands, such as Shaw Theatres, Nike (their biggest Southeast Asia store to date!), and Tiger Beer. A&W will also make a comeback, with a first-of-a-kind menu consisting of coney dogs, curly fries, and not forgetting their all-time favourite root beer float.

Photo Credit: A&W Restaurants

Popular New York burger chain Shake Shack will make its way here for the first time, and fans can look forward to its signature items such as the Shackburger and Shack-cago Dog.

Photo Credit: Shake Shack/Facebook

Here’s one worth travelling all the way to Jewel for: a Pokemon Centre. Not only will it be the game franchise’s only permanent retail store outside Japan, fans can also find exclusive merchandise created just for Jewel.

Also, if you haven’t savoured local chef Violet Oon’s creations, here’s your chance. The doyenne of Nyonya cooking will open her largest restaurant to date, offering delicacies such as dry laksa.

Here’s a list of brands that’s confirmed to be opening in Jewel, and they’re just a fraction of the exciting more to come:

  • Pokemon
  • Shake Shack
  • A&W
  • Xiao Bin Lou
  • Yu’s Kitchen
  • Supermama
  • Peruvian restaurant Tonito
  • Norwegian fast-casual restaurant Pink Fish
  • Laderach
  • Violet Oon Singapore
  • Tiger Beer
  • Shaw Theatres
  • Nike
  • Naiise

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Reebonz Releases First-Ever Extravagant Gift Sets This Valentine’s Day

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This Valentine’s Day, Reebonz celebrates a different kind of love.

For those aiming to set the bar high this Valentine’s Day, Reebonz has curated the perfect gift set options. Embracing the romantic fever with a perfect blend of luxury, Reebonz launches four fantasy gift sets for him and her, just in time for the most romantic day of the year.

Based on years of insights into consumers’ buying patterns and style preferences, the team of merchandising experts have skilfully selected from their wide range of inventory to create ultimate gift sets for members to indulge in.

Regional General Manager of Reebonz, Benjamin Han shares, “Reebonz is well aware that women enjoy browsing and adding favourites to their wish lists with the hope of buying them one day. What better way to make their fantasies come through than creating gift sets with the most sought-after brands bundled into a more relatable price point?”

He further adds, “Releasing these gift sets during Valentine’s Day just makes hinting to your partner a perfectly timed indulgence.”

Inspired by sheer flirty romance, “Spoil me, Sweetheart” gift set features an opulent selection of best sellers like the Salvatore Ferragamo Carrie bag, Miu Miu ​Madras Fiocco Crossbody Bag, MCM Polke Backpack and more! On a regular day, this set could cost approximately SGD11,500 but for the season of love, it is yours at only SGD7,400. Like they say, fall in love with things that deserve your heart.

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If you prefer something more sophisticated, “Fly Me To The Moon” gift set would satisfy your greatest desire. With a total value of approximately SGD18,000, this set consists of six romantic designs from super brands such as the Balenciaga Classic Metallic City, Alexander McQueen Heroine 30 and the Fendi Kan I F Wallet On Chain. Dreams do come true when you get your hands on this dreamy curation at SGD11,500.

 

Is she the queen of your heart that deserves an unbeatable gift? Then, the “Royal Love Affair” gift set of ​regal selections is your answer. Crowned at a value of SGD23,700, this set is curated with styles from the Bvlgari Serpenti Forever Flap Cover Bag to the Givenchy L.C. Weekender Bag. This year, even the royal family would give a nod of approval for this at only SGD15,500.

 

Fret not, even the men deserve attention. If you are looking for a perfect gift to thank him for his constant love and loyalty, forget about that video game he has been lusting after and get him a gift of substance. Be it taking the Tod’s leather briefcase to work or going casual with the Bally Boivin Crossbody Bag, show your gratitude with “He’s A Keeper​” gift set at SGD7,500.

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Use these gift sets to help you make a grand gesture, whether you are celebrating Valentine’s Day with your lover, friends or family. At Reebonz, a world of luxury delights even those who have it all.

For full details on the gift sets, visit: https://www.reebonz.com/sg/mkt/fantasygifts.

ABOUT REEBONZ

Headquartered in Singapore, Reebonz is the trusted online platform for buying and selling a wide range of luxury products. Reebonz makes luxury accessible by giving our members more from the world of luxury through Reebonz.com and Reebonz Closets app—a C2C platform that allows consumers to buy and sell their pre-owned items to a community of over 4 million members. With an easy shopping experience, members can enjoy convenient access to new and pre-owned luxuries curated from all around the world. Reebonz has offices located in Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand, and Taiwan.

For more information on Reebonz, please visit www.reebonz.com/sg.

Reebonz’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ReebonzSG/

Reebonz’s Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/reebonzsg/.

 

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Daiso VivoCity outlet closing down. Opening a new outlet at 100AM mall

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In a shocked moved, Daiso is closing down one of their outlets at VivoCity. This came to light when Daiso posted this signage outside VivoCity storefront.

Everyone in Singapore loves Daiso for it’s cheap and useful products. Daiso is a household name that everyone love.

This is what they say on their signage:

“Dear valued customers,

We regret to inform you that we will be closing down one of our shops. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

VivoCity

Last day on 17th February 2018 until 10.00pm

We thank you for your continuous support!”

Daiso probably required to move out of VivoCity to make way for a library that will be opening in 2018.

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Daiso is opening another outlet at the 100AM mall at Tanjong Pagar on Feb. 1, 2018. If you need to go, the address is at 100 Tras Street #04-16 Singapore 079027.

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About Daiso

DAISO is a $2 mega store established in Japan in 1977. We are Japan’s no. 1 ranking living ware supplier, with 2800 stores across the country and 860 stores in 26 nations worldwide.

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There are now 15 Daiso stores all over Singapore. Besides the flagship store in IMM, there are also outlets in Plaza Singapura,  Sembawang Shopping Centre, ION Orchard, Tampines 1, Chinatown Point, City Square Mall, Parkway Parade, Singapore Sportshub (Kallang Wave), Eastpoint Mall, Jcube, Waterway Point, Changi City Point and Novena Square 2.

With over 90,000 different products in our inventory and a further 1,000 new products being developed each month, we provide the most variety and value for all your needs.

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