Experience the best the city can offer in the heart of Jurong East. Westgate Mall is heralding the Chinese New Year with attractive promotions as well as a line-up of exciting new stores.
From now to Feb 21, shoppers who spend a minimum of $300 at the mall can participate in a Sure-Win Prosperity Dip to win attractive prizes. Other festive giveaways include red packets and CapitaVouchers.
To be immersed in Japanese culture, head to Isetan Supermarket at Basement 2 - the store is the very first of its kind located outside Orchard Road.
Till Jan 25, experience Kansai, a region with a strong culture and history in the heart of Japan, at the supermarket's All Kansai Festival.
It will showcase traditional Japanese culture and a wide array of genuine Japanese merchandise. The festival is the first collaboration between the Kansai and Tohoku prefectures.
The upscale supermarket features a number of new concepts, including Johan Paris bakery, a popular Japanese bakery known for its traditional French breads; Nagomi Deli, a Japanese delicatessen serving takeaway meals; Châteraise, a popular Japanese pastry shop known for its cakes and sweets from Japan; Coffee Station by UCC, which sells premium coffee beans from the top Japanese coffee factory; Fuji Flower Style, a Japanese florist; and Juice Bar by Yaoya, Singapore's first Japanese fruit juice shop.
Over at the department store on Basement 1 and Level 1, shoppers can treat themselves to popular Japanese fashion, lifestyle brands and a beauty hall.
At Bacchus, the wine store operated by wine specialist Don Tay, Isetan will introduce a sit-in counter that will allow customers to enjoy wines with ham and cheese from Tierney's.
Located at Level 1, Westgate Fashion High Street has many first out-of-town high street labels, from A|X Armani Exchange, Calvin Klein Jeans, COS, Giordano Ladies and Sacoor Brothers, to skincare brands like Aesop and L'OCCITANE, and popular accessories like PANDORA and Love & Co.
Catch a bite or two at Gourmet Paradise, located at Basement 2. It houses a variety of food kiosks offering quick bites at affordable prices, with new must-try brands such as Churros Factory (#B2-K2), JiJim (#B2- K5), Kushiya Yakitori (#B2-K4) and The Salad Corner (#B2-K1).
You don't have to leave the kids at home anymore - let them loose at Westgate Kids Club @ Level 5, an interactive playground with Adventure Captains to care for and entertain children aged two to 12.
Westgate Kids Club has also partnered with Genius R Us to offer more enriching activities such as baking workshops and concept birthday parties for children.
Specially for Chinese New Year, the Westgate Kids Club is offering baking workshops where kids will learn to whip up traditional treats such as pineapple tarts, cheese cookies, adorable monkey cupcakes and orange mini cakes.
Attend two workshops in January and February and enjoy the third for free. With a minimum spend of $20 in a single receipt, shoppers get $10 off the regular workshop fee.
Workshops are suitable for children between the ages of two-and-a-half and 12 years.
Children below five need to be accompanied by one paying adult.
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