myVillage At Serangoon Garden
Guide to Know About myVillage At Serangoon Garden
MyVillage will be anything but the soulless malls that belong in Serangoon Garden. It’s where individuals can purchase everyday necessities, treat themselves, unwind, and spend quality time with their loved ones while fusing lighthearted nostalgia and contemporary convenience. Keep reading to know more about myVillage At Serangoon Garden.
Watch rollerblading in the Paramount Theatre in the days before it was cool to do so. One luxury is missing from the mainly self-sufficient neighborhood of Serangoon Gardens, though: a movie theatre. But there used to be a theatre on the myVillage At Serangoon Garden. In actuality, the site of the Paramount Theatre is now home to the myVillage shopping center.
The Paramount Theatre, founded in the 1950s by Singaporean businessman Chye Lee, was more than just a place for entertainment. A large part of Serangoon Garden’s culture and history came from the theatre.
Serangoon Gardens Village
Part of the Paramount Theatre was leased to various retail enterprises in the 1970s when the cinema business fell out of favor. The National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) launched its fair price supermarket here in 1974, just one year after it made its debut at Toa Payoh, and it now occupies a sizable 11,700 square feet. By 1983, Paramount’s movie theatres could no longer operate and get forced to close. After the Development Bank of Singapore (DBS) opened a branch in the structure in 1991, other businesses—including cafes, confectioneries, and even tutoring facilities—moved in. The Serangoon Gardens Village building, formerly home to the Paramount Theatre, has been given a new name.
Services they provide
MyVillage will be anything but the soulless malls that belong in Serangoon Garden. It’s where individuals can purchase everyday necessities, treat themselves, unwind, and spend quality time with their loved ones while fusing lighthearted nostalgia and contemporary convenience.
WiFi gets provided at myVillage without charge. Get the password to begin surfing at our Concierge Counter on Level 2.
Free valet parking is available every Friday from 6 to 10:30 p.m. and on weekends and public holidays from 10 to 10:30 p.m.
The price is $2.00* (incl. GST) for the first hour and $1.00* for each additional 30 minutes or portion thereof (incl. GST)
MyVillage and the North East Community Development Council collaborated on this Mobile Library as a community effort. Please feel free to choose a book or recommend your favorite book to your neighborhood! Mobile Library is open every day from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
The family room, which is on the second level, is equipped for convenience and privacy.
The closest train stations are CC14 Lorong Chuan, NS16 Ang Mo Kio, and CC13/NE12 Serangoon.
Routes 73, 136, 315, or 317
The first hour is $2.00 (incl. GST), and the next 30 minutes, or any portion thereof: $1.00 (incl. GST)
15-minute grace period
Available are two motorbike lots
Want to stop by while working nearby myVillage?
You get covered by the shuttle service!
(Please be aware that to board buses departing the mall, you must spend at least $10 at myVillage.)
Route for lunch from 11.45 to 2.40 (AMK)
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