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Daiso Singapore launches website to monitor crowds in its stores

Check how crowded the shop is before you head out to your nearest Daiso outlet

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When non-essential shops started reopening at the beginning of Phase 2, there was one store that Singaporeans flocked to more than the others – Daiso. The Japanese $2 dollar store is a favourite with many because of its wide variety of items ranging from kitchenware and snacks to art supplies, beauty products and more.

Due to safe distancing and crowd limitation measures at all retail stores, queues started forming outside most of the Daiso outlets in Singapore. After all, long queues have never deterred Singaporeans from buying what they desire. But before you waste more time than you have to, check the crowd-levels at all Daiso stores on its designated website

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Photograph: Daiso Singapore

 

Though it does not display real-time data, the website shares crowd control information that is updated frequently. You can now make better choices and choose to drop by at the most ideal time to get all your shopping done in a jiffy. And from the looks of it, it seems that VivoCity and 100AM have the least crowded outlets in Singapore. 

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