VivoCity is Singapore’s largest mall with over 1 million square feet of NLA spread over a three-storey shopping complex and two basement levels. VivoCity is positioned as a family, tourist and lifestyle destination in Singapore, offering visitors a unique waterfront shopping and dining experience. Its strategic location in the heart of the HarbourFront Precinct and excellent connectivity allowed it to attract 53.2 million visitors in the year ended 31 March 2015.
VivoCity was designed by renowned Japanese architect, Toyo Ito, with a unique design incorporating both internal and external spaces with alfresco seating and rooftop outdoor areas. The mall’s large size and expansive design also offers the opportunity to supplement and reinforce the retail offering by hosting a wide variety of large scale events.
Following the opening of the Circle Line Extension on 8 October 2011, two MRT lines are now directly connected to the HarbourFront MRT Station, making VivoCity one of a handful of shopping malls in Singapore with two direct MRT connections. VivoCity is also the gateway to Sentosa with the Sentosa Express Station, used by a substantial portion of visitors to the island, located on Level 3 of the mall.
- Houses Singapore’s largest multiplex
Golden Village; featuring 15 screens, 2,200 seats, features one of Asia’s widest screens
- Anchor departmental store
Tangs; fashion-focused and boutique-styled departmental store spread over two levels
VivoMart; featuring three market-leading retail brands - Giant, Cold Storage and Guardian
- Expansive 300-m waterfront promenade offers alfresco dining with panoramic view of the sea and Sentosa Island; F&B outlets include Brotzeit German Bier Bar and Restaurant, Serenity Spanish Bar and Restaurant, Tung Lok Signatures, Crystal Jade, Jamie’s Italian, Madam Kwan
- Other stores include Best Denki, Kopitiam, Daiso, Food Republic, Marks and Spencer, Toys ‘R’ Us, Zara
- Level 1
The Plaza (open-air plaza), The Promenade (a 300-m promenade along the harbourfront), Central Courts and North Court
- Level 2
Play Court (open-air courtyard featuring engaging and interactive water features)
- Level 3
Sky park (showcases an outdoor amphitheatre and play pools equivalent to the span of four Olympic swimming pools)
- Over 2,000 parking lots
- Featuring seven artworks by international artists commissioned in conjunction with Singapore’s inaugural Biennale in 2006