Jurong Point Shopping Centre (“Jurong Point”) is a leading suburban retail mall situated in the western part of Singapore. Strategically located next to Boon Lay MRT Station and Bus Interchange, Jurong Point serves as the gateway to the Jurong West Industrial estate, Singapore’s key educational institutions and the residential population in the West.

Opened in December 1995, Jurong Point has since been enlarged twice; once in December 2000 when it grew to 450,000 square feet and again in December 2008 to 750,000 square feet.

Jurong Point is the largest suburban mall in Singapore, housing about 450 retailers, showcasing their products and services to 6 million visitors a month. The revamped Jurong Point houses a range of retail zones – expanded and revamped Shokutsu Ten, Mongkok, Rackets & Track, Korean Street, Malaysia Boleh, Takeaway Alley, Gourmet Garden and many more. In addition, there is also a 67 bay air-conditioned bus interchange, eleven civic community tenants and to top it all off, a 610 unit condominium nestled above the retail podium.

With a wide array of shopping, dining, entertainment and services, Jurong Point is well positioned to be the mall of choice for shoppers in the Western quadrant of Singapore. Its mix of shops includes anchors such as the 24-hour FairPrice Xtra, John Little, Courts, Harvey Norman, Popular, Kopitiam, Kiddy Palace, and several popular brands such as Uniqlo, Din Tai Fung, Putien, Dian Xiao Er, Starbucks, m)phosis, Nike, SingTel, Adidas and many others.

Jointly owned by Guthrie GTS Limited and Lee Kim Tah Holdings Limited, Jurong Point is poised to take a leap forward to be the “heart of a vibrant community, abuzz with activity and a passion for life, offering WOW experiences for one and all”.