Chinatown Point is a shopping mall located in Chinatown, Singapore. It is situated along New Bridge Road and bordered by Upper Cross Street and Upper Hokien Street. The building is opposite another shopping complex (People's Park Centre) and next to the Hong Lim Market & Food Centre which is well-known for its traditional local Chinese street food.
In late 2011, this retail cum office development closed down and started undergoing major refurbishments. The works were completed in end 2012, and the new Chinatown Point complex re-opened in December 2012. Before its closure, Chinatown Point had almost two hundred retail and services outlets with a diverse store mix. Offerings then included an interesting range of traditional Chinese antique/art shops, jewellery and watch retailers, restaurants, healthcare and spa providers, as well as beauty/hair salons. The re-opened mall has some one hundred fifty stores (as at late 2013). Chinatown Point now offers many more eateries and restaurants to satisfy a wide range of diverse taste buds.
By public bus:
Alight along New Bridge Road or Eu Tong Sen Street (opposite Chinatown Point), or along Upper Cross Street.
Chinatown MRT Station (NE4) of the North-East Line (NEL) has an exit that comes up to Chinatown Point. The future Downtown Line is slated to have a Chinatown station stop as well, adding to the mall's connectivity and accessibility.
Driving (Carpark Charges):
- Monday to Saturday
- 7am-5pm - $1.10 per 30 mins.
- 5pm-7am - $2.00 per entry.
- Sunday and Public Holiday
- 7am-7am(next day) - $2.00 per entry.
- Prevailing GST (7%) applies to the charges.