Liang Court

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Be apart of japan today!
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4.5
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4.5
Liang-Court is one of the rare shopping malls in Singapore which features mostly Japanese stores, food, and pop culture in it, or probably this is the one and only shopping mall which have the highest value in Japanese. I always have a great time coming here with my girl-friend and friends, which we bought many stuffs, and enjoy the food here, though we end up going home with empty pockets.

Judging by the crowd inside the shopping mall was almost 50% of them are Japanese, some were students, kids and even adults going to the supermarket, and visiting retail stores. The favorite places for me will be Kinokuniya, the fashion retail stores, which my girlfriend always go in and trying out the new arrived clothes, and as well the various hair-dressing stores, which mostly were from Japan themselves, I would really love to get a new hair-style from them one day!

Last but least, the wide variety of japanese restaurants! On our first day going there, me and friends were having a hard time planning to go which restaurant to eat. There is just so much in Liang-Court, I do recommend Otakus and people that like Japanese culture to come over to Liang Court shopping mall someday!

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Feel Japanese for a day!
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I only go to Liang Court for one reason: Japanese! All of this shopping centre’s headliner shops and eateries are Japanese and frequented by the Japanese expat community in Singapore.

Locals also flock to Liang Court to visit the basement supermarket, Meidi-ya. It stocks a lot of authentic Japanese foods that you can cook by yourself at home; I go there to pick up soba noodles, teriyaki sauce, and Pocky biscuits.

If you are too lazy to cook, you can always head to Marutama on the second floor for top notch ramen. Otherwise, Tampopo downstairs is also good for either a meal (first floor) or dessert (basement).

If, after visiting Kinokuniya bookstore, you still don’t feel Japanese – if only for a day – I don’t know if you ever will.

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my best relaxation place
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To me, Liang court is like a Japanese Shopping Centre. I could say that 80% of their restaurants are Japanese style while the 20% would be those fast-food restaurants that are available at all Shopping Centres. If you are looking for restaurants selling Japanese food, you can find at least 6-7 restaurants and a few stalls selling small snacks like crepes too.

The best restaurant that I like in Liang Court would be Saizeriya since it is the cheapest compared to other restaurants. Also, stores like Kinokuniya and Mediya is my favorite hangout place on weekends to enjoy the slow pace environment that Japanese is living. This place is really so good, lives just pass so slowly and peacefully when you are enjoying your food and shopping at their supermarket. Do not think that Japanese stuffs are expensive. There is a stall at basement selling products at $2 too (just like Daiso) but I don’t think it has any other outlet.

Furthermore, Liang court is also easily assessable by Clarke Quay MRT Station (which is at the central), it only require a 5minutes walk from the MRT Station. If you have never heard of Liang court before and is finding a place for relaxation, Liang court would be the best place for you.

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