The Centrepoint – 176 Orchard Road Singapore 238843

Name: The Centrepoint

Address: 176 Orchard Road Singapore 238843

Opening days: Daily

The Centrepoint opening hours: 10am to 10pm

The Centrepoint is a mall along Orchard Road Singapore which opened in 1983 as Centrepoint Shopping Centre until it was renamed to The Centrepoint in 2006.

A completely owned subsidiary of Fraser & Neave, Frasers Property, is in charge of managing The Centrepoint. Developed in 1983 in Singapore, the eight-story building housed a variety of tenants over the years, such as Teochew City Seafood Restaurant, Cold Storage, Marks and Spencer, TianPo Jewellery, and Metro. Robinsons served as the mall’s key tenant when it first opened. The Centrepoint mall includes six floors and two basement levels.

In 1991 in Singapore, the shopping centre got its first refurbishment, which cost $4 million. Better restrooms were the top request from customers in Singapore, according to a study that the Centrepoint’s management committee conducted at the time. The restrooms had automatic flushing systems installed, and nighttime rehabilitation work was done.

The largest bookstore on Orchard Road Singapore is Times Bookstores within The Centrepoint, which debuted in 1983. In 2002, it got a makeover, growing to three stories but ultimately contracting once more.

Robinsons was replaced by Metro in 2015, and as a result, it will cease operations on September 15, 2019. The Centrepoint underwent its third round of renovations, which was scheduled to be finished by 2020 and welcome additional businesses like Decathlon, JustCo, and Harvey Norman.

The Centrepoint food

In the center of Orchard Road, The Centrepoint is now a foodie wonderland. The Centrepoint has over 30 dining concepts spread across 6 levels and is home to three food and beverage precincts: Gastro+, Food Hall, and Food Street. These include well-known family restaurants like Astons Steak & Salad, Beauty in The Pot, Din Tai Fung, Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ, and Song Fa Bak Kut Teh as well as newcomers to Singapore like dal.komm COFFEE, Honolulu Café, and Misato.

Beauty In The Pot at Centrepoint

Since so many tourists and locals in Singapore have been wanting to know more information as well as make bookings for The Centrepoint Beauty In The Pot branch, here is the direct booking link for Beauty In The Pot at The Centrepoint Singapore.

The Centrepoint parking rates

The main interesting thing about The Centrepoint parking rates is that the parking rate is the same for all the days of the week including Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. This is quite unusual in Singapore. Nonetheless, easier for you to remember. They are as follows.

The Centrepoint parking rate (weekdays, weekdays and public holidays)

First hour or part thereof: $2

Every subsequent 30 minutes or part thereof: $1.50