Kind of an 'not-so-interesting' mall but Kinokuniya and Mediya are the better-off ones.
I have been to Liang Court for several times, all thanks to my friends. Located alongside of Singapore River and Clarke Quay being its nearest MRT station, it is not surprising why the mall that quiet all year round. It is actually a distance away from The Central, the shopping mall just above Clarke Quay MRT station. However, I think that the shopping mall might be bit something like cocochanel has mentioned: “a wrong mall at the wrong place opened at the wrong time”.
What attracted me to the mall were the vast displays of Japanese groceries at the supermarket, Mediya. I love to get fresh Japanese raddish at Mediya for my cuisines, which the other supermarkets like Fairprice did not import them in. If you’re looking for Japanese related products or ingredients to whip up your meal, this might be the right place you are in. Other than the supermarket, Kinokuniya was another store which I loved to visit after my supermarket trip at Mediya.
There is a bargain corner where you can find all sorts of books and magazines up for clearance, for instance, Japanese fashion magazines and E-mooks. This is a corner where the other Kinokuniya bookstores do not have. I often picked up ‘much cheaper than retail’ Japanese E-mooks there with exclusive freebies like a Coach hair tie, Agnes. B bags, etc.
Probably these are the places where most would visit when they are in Liang Court.