Having a sea-facing anything is fantastic and many of us love a waterfront dining experience, or better yet, BTO with a view. And while we’re not short on beaches, a new waterfront mall has just opened in Punggol on 29th October 2021. Northshore Plaza is the very first sea-front neighbourhood centre to be built in an HDB neighbourhood.
Move aside, Waterway Point, as Northshore Plaza may have just stolen the crown as the coolest mall in the area. The mall is split into two segments, Northshore Plaza I and II, with the former having just opened and the latter slated to open in the first quarter of 2022.
With plenty of skylights and community pods to chill at, this mall resembles luxurious condo clubhouses more than your everyday neighbourhood mall.
It’s no small complex either: in Northshore Plaza I, there’s a myriad of food options that’ll make the journey there worthwhile. McDonald’s and The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf are some of the exciting picks in-store, with HaiDiLao opening soon in the first quarter of 2022 to look forward to as well. There’s also KOI for all the bubble tea addicts out there, as well as Grove cafe with vegetarian and vegan food options.
Decathlon and Anytime Fitness are also around to help motivate you to burn off calories after. The former is a two-storey duplex that has various in-store activities for you to try out the equipment before making your purchase.
These include a mini-skating area as well as various stations for ball sports, such as soccer, rugby, and basketball.
Here’s the full list of tenants in Northshore Plaza I:
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That’s not all – come Q1 of 2022, Northshore Plaza II will have more in store with A&W, Dancing Crab and 4Fingers Crispy Chicken to satiate any hunger cravings. Daiso, Cheers and The Pet Colony are further music to the ears of residents in the area too.
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Full list of tenants in Northshore Plaza II below:
Update: Gurney Drive by Penang Culture will be opening at the mall, instead of Penang Culture Express.
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For those who don’t drive, the mall is connected to Samudera LRT station; for those who do, the mall is only a short 7-minute drive from Waterway Mall, and eight minutes from Coney Island.
Other than shopping and eating, there’s also multiple playgrounds on the second floor for kids to run amok. One of them even has a giant zipline swing that will sure to make any kid giddy with excitement.
The North-East- may just as well soon be the best side of Singapore with the opening of Northshore Plaza, on top of everything else that already makes Punggol such an enticing town. Even if you aren’t a resident of the area, having a spanking new mall to explore is always good news in our books.
Address: Blocks 407 & 418, Northshore Drive, Singapore 820407 & 820418
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First published on 14th October 2021 by Kezia Tan. Last updated on 29th October 2021 by Tay Jin Heok.
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