Guide to know about the Jem mall
Jem, Singapore’s third-largest suburban mall, contains 241 retail shops and more than 818,000 square feet of retail space distributed across six stories. In a play on the mall’s original name East Mall, Jem Mall refers to the shopping center as the jewel crown of Jurong and Singapore’s west. The shopping center offers easy access to the Jurong East MRT interchange station at the Jurong Gateway Road and Boon Lay Way intersection. IKEA, FairPrice Xtra, Cathay Cineplexes, Cookhouse by Koufu, H&M, Uniqlo, Muji, Courts, and Don Quijote are some top merchants.
Due to a footbridge on Level 2, families arriving by MRT may easily access Jem from Jurong East MRT Station. Parents looking for the customary mall playground will have to wait a little longer as of June 2013. Jem Park, the park has not yet opened. Parents may locate it on Level 5 next to the Cookhouse food court when it does. Chris Brown, Development Director of Jem, describes it as a “very unusual development placed in a suburban landscape, delivering the city retail experience to Singapore’s west.” In this regard, the tenant list is more impressive than most other suburban shopping centers. It becomes clear that the area gets marketed as a smaller-town “Orchard Road” rather than a mall that primarily serves families with children. Including JCube and IMM, the Jurong Gateway regional center gets planned to eventually expand into a space that is 2.5 times the size of the Tampines regional center, making Jem a welcome addition to the shopping options in the west.
Between Levels 5 and 7, there are tiers of green areas and rooftop gardens. Jem Park is a cascading sky park concept that provides our visitors a tranquil setting to unwind while they spend the day with us. This area gets planned as a component of Jem’s 100 percent green replacement approach, which calls for giving back to the neighborhood any green space that the mall has taken up in another way.
Jem Play :
Children and their families can enjoy themselves at Jem Play, a playground with a honeycomb theme that gets situated on Level 5. Children can enjoy an imaginative journey with dry and water play amidst open spaces as they climb across an intriguing canopy, crawl into safe and entertaining nests, and create their small nest world!
Jem Street features outside dining and sidewalk retail. Enjoy a stroll down Jem Street, browse the newest styles in H&M, or stroll up to fast-food restaurants like McDonald’s, Marché Mövenpick, Starbucks, and Aburi-En. The peaceful atmosphere of Jem Street is ideal for a leisurely afternoon.
With its array of food vendors, cafés, and restaurants, Basement 1 is a culinary lover’s paradise. Customers can select from a variety of mouthwatering appetizers, savory dishes, and tempting snacks here. Jem Market will soon host exciting events to liven up this culinary haven.
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