Want To Visit The VivoCity In Singapore?
In Singapore’s Bukit Merah Harbour Front district is a shopping centre called VivoCity. It has 142,854 square metres of gross floor area distributed over a three-story shopping complex two basement levels is a large shopping mall in Singapore. Its net lettable area is 99,987 square metres (1,076,250 square feet), while its gross floor area is 142,854 square metres.
Its name derives from the word vivacity, created by the Japanese architect Toyo Ito. VivoCity “evokes a lifestyle experience that is modern, engaging, and accessible to everyone, a place boiling with energy and flowing with vitality,” says Edmund Cheng, chairman of Mapletree. VivoCity was named one of Singapore’s top retail malls by Forbes in December 2016.
Because VivoCity features event spaces, outdoor eating along the 300-meter Promenade, and a sizable roof-top amphitheatre differs from the standard box format of many current (and prospective) retail complexes in the area. Since its debut, The Sky Park has gained popularity among people of all ages and backgrounds. Families and kids like hanging out in the mall’s open areas and Play Court. Children frequently play at the Promenade and the entrance area with the water features. In addition to the Play Court downstairs, many kids enjoy playing in the wading pool on the third floor. The official opening placed at the Amphi theatre in Sky Park.
It is a well-liked location to overlook Sentosa. Some people also have picnics in the mall’s outside area. VivoCity’s layout makes it possible to house more than 300 tenants, many of whom are brand- and retail-related startups. In 2006, VivoCity served as one of the settings for first Singapore. It is the only location where the Singapore Biennale displays permanently.
Identify a design to incorporate into VivoCity architecture international student design competition garnered 365 entries. There is a loading and unloading bay and a parking area of 2,179 spaces.
Vivo City Mall offers inexpensive meals with a view.
Like every other retail centre in Singapore, VivoCity has several eateries and coffee shops. But what sets them apart is that, particularly at night, you can eat while taking in views of Sentosa and Resorts World Singapore. Bring the family there for dinner so you may enjoy a variety of delectable fare while taking in the scenery.
Go on a date to the roof top and enjoy the stars.
Although other shopping centres offer roof top gardens well, Vivocity takes the lead because of its size and picturesque surroundings.
Bring your special someone here for a stroll thoughtful; conversation beneath the stars romantic ambience to permeate and appreciate the stunning sea vista and any fireworks that may arise over the horizon from Sentosa.
View the numerous exhibits happening at the atrium.
From August 16 until September 14, 2016, the mall is hosting a Mid-Autumn Festival Fair in the atrium if you enjoy mooncakes. Watch out for the several different fairs that take place throughout the year. During these exhibits, expect to find a wide range of goods at low costs, including fragrances, household goods, electronics, and many other items.
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