East Coast food village to undergo $1.5 million revamp

Homemaker Mrs Cindy Tan, 36, (extreme right) feeding her daughter Chenin Tan, 1, at East Coast Lagoon Food Village on Aug 11 2013.

SINGAPORE - The famed East Coast Lagoon Food Village is closing for its first major renovation in a decade, less than two months after a fire gutted four stalls in Singapore's only seaside hawker centre.


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Closure of East Coast Lagoon Food Village for Repairs & Redecoration (R&R) works

East Coast Lagoon Food Village will be closed for Repairs and Redecoration (R&R) works from 19 Aug 2013 to 18 Nov 2013 (3 months). During the R&R works, repainting will be carried out to give the centre a refreshing outlook. Other main scopes of works include replacement of the existing light fittings, table tops, chair tops as well as the polycarbonate roofing and timber flooring in all the walkway area. To cater for the increase in the number of patrons, additional tables and chairs will be installed after the R&R works. Improvement works will also be done to the horticulture and landscaping areas to further enhance the aesthetics of the centre. Last but not least, the facilities in all the toilets will be refurbished for the comfort of the patrons. For more information on the R&R works, the public may contact our NEA hotline at 1800-2255632 (1800-CALL NEA).  

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