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Jurong Lake District is geared up to become Singapore’s next Central Business District, but business apart, Jurong East also has more to offer in terms of shopping, entertainment and food. Check out our list of five gems that anyone won’t want to forego on in Jurong East!
#1 Capture the top good buy at outlet stores at IMM mall
Everybody loves a bargain, so why pay full amount at Orchard Road if you can get able to have up to 80 percent off at IMM? Presenting over 80 outlet stores proposing huge discounts, IMM is a wish come true for all shopaholic. Stores include Agnes B, Coach, Charles & Keith, Outlet by Club 21, Royal Sporting House, New Balance and a lot more!
#2 Hit the roof of your availability with the workshops and camps at the Employment Institute
The risks have been elevated, and a university degree is not a further extent or a good plus to a full-time job. By means of the ruthless nature of the personnel nowadays, it’s important to improve your job shooting skills, and know how to amaze your possible employers at an interview meeting.
Need some assistance? The Employability and Employment Institute propose an employability camps, English literacy courses and executive workshops. You can also plan a one-on-one meeting with a career coach who will provide you guidelines on how to level up in your career, or make a change to an alternative career path.
#3 Make your own #foodporn best popsicle at Poppy Pops
Sited suitably in JEM, Poppy Pops is a tasty and awesome popsicle parlour that serves up lovely gelato popsicles that are perfectly made in-store every day. We adore that the cute popsicles are prepared with no artificial flavorings or preservatives, and that they’re made-to-order to suit your taste. Just pick a flavor (categorized rendering to “Premium” and “Classic”), select a dip, and lastly, your choice of yummy toppings. If you’re in the good temper to treat yourself, an extra waffle is priced at only $2!
#4 Order a huge Nasi Ambeng that will treat your whole family at Hajjah Mariam Cafe
Nasi Ambeng, an old-style Javanese sharing meal that was well-known in the 1980s, is now making a comeback. Hajjah Mariam Cafe’s version goes for $16 – and taking into consideration that it features large portions of both vegetable and meat dishes, it’s the best choice for diners looking for an inexpensive yet considerable meal. Be sure to take your friends or family with you, since you’ll need a minimum of 3 people to finish off this bad boy!
#5 Try the finest Hokkaido cream puffs in the city at Châteraisé
Châteraisé patisserie comes from Japan (or more exactly, the Yamanashi Prefecture in Japan), and bases all its ingredients straight from Japanese farmers. The delightful Double Fantasy Cream Puff comes extremely suggested; overflowing with airy, light Hokkaido cream and smooth velvety custard, it’s not at all hard to look at why this is one of their perfect catch and bestsellers.
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