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Live list of shops in Singapore that are reopening in Phase 2

Credit cards out, let's welcome back the non-essential shops to the scene

Delfina Utomo
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Delfina Utomo
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Rejoice! Phase 2 is finally here and everyone's ready to get out and get spending. Shopping has and will always be a favourite pastime of Singaporeans – besides eating of course. Online shopping was a go-to during the 'circuit breaker' and all through Phase 1, but let's be honest. There's nothing better than being able to try on an outfit before you decide to buy it, smell that bottle of perfume or walk around in that pair of comfy eco-friendly sandals at the store itself. We'll be updating the list as we get more information but in the meantime, happy Phase 2 and remember to wear a mask when you're out!

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Central

  • Shopping
  • Designer
  • Orchard

Opening between June 24 to 26

Popular Japanese fashion line Uniqlo was one of the few stores to delay its reopening to undertake a thorough cleaning of the stores and set up safety measures. But the stores are ready to welcome customers again and will stagger the opening of all its stores. Stores opening on June 24 include the outlets at ION, Tampines 1, Parkway Parade, Plaza Singapore, City Square Mall, Bedok Mall, Changi Airport T1, NEX, Kallang Wave Mall, The Seletar Mall, Waterway Point, Tiong Bahru Plaza and PLQ Mall.

  • Shopping
  • Shopping centres
  • Orchard

Opening June 19

Jewellery store Pandora has opened all of its outlets on June 19, with the exception of Jurong Point, Parkway Parade and Suntec City stores. View the full list of store locations and opening hours here.

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The Green Collective
  • Shopping
  • Lifestyle
  • City Hall

Opening June 22

Championing eco-friendly and ethically made products, shop the range of fashion apparels, skincare options, reusable items for food storage, compost bins and more. The preloved clothing collection is on hold until further notice.

  • Shopping
  • Bookshops
  • City Hall

Opening June 19

A regular haunt for graphic designers and illustrators, the bookstore stocks the best and latest in disciplines that range from graphics and architecture to fashion and animation. 

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  • Shopping
  • Orchard

Opening June 19

In dire need of a glow up post 'circuit breaker'? Now you can shop for all your favourite beauty brands and grab the latest lippie from Fenty Beauty that you've been seeing on Instagram.

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  • Shopping
  • Fashion
  • Orchard

Opening June 19

This popular local brand will reopen its store in 313 Somerset so you can shop some cute outfits for the going out you're allowed to do (but in moderation). 

  • Shopping
  • Garden centres
  • Tiong Bahru

Opening June 19

This neighbourhood plant shop in Tiong Bahru is reopening  – but visits to the store is by appointment only. You can book your visit via its Instagram and Facebook page. 

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Woods in the Books
  • Shopping
  • Bookshops
  • Tiong Bahru

Opening June 19

If pages full of words bore you, check out this addition to the local literary scene that specialises in picture books. Woods in the Books offers a feast of pictorial treasures, quirky graphic novels, and classic children’s books.

SIFR Aromatics
  • Shopping
  • Gifts and souvenirs
  • Rochor

Opening June 19

Far from your ordinary, run-of-the-mill perfumery, the shop offers a unique, customised approach to buying your favourite scent in a bottle. 

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Pazzion
  • Shopping
  • Harbourfront

Opening June 19

The shoe boutique reopens its outlets across Singapore – now that you'll be out of the house a bit more, maybe it's time to get a new pair of shoes. 

East

  • Shopping
  • Shoes
  • Changi 

Opening June 19

Skechers is a popular lifestyle footwear and apparel brand worn by many. All outlets islandwide have reopened with safety measures in place to ensure a safe and comfortable shopping environment for all. 

  • Shopping
  • Home decor
  • Tampines

Opening June 19

While you can shop the range of affordable and stylish items from this Swedish furniture giant, the F&B outlets will be closed for now. That means no meatballs for you.

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  • Shopping
  • Fashion
  • Changi 

Opening June 19

The curated range of items includes womenswear, menswear and children's wear – which is known for its timeless silhouettes and quality fabrics – and also books, accessories, scented candles and chocolates. 

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  • Shopping
  • Fashion
  • Rochor

Opening June 19

The batik store reopens but on an appointment basis only. Do email in advance if you are looking to check out new collections or to pick up preorders.

West

IMM
  • Shopping
  • Shopping centres
  • Jurong East

Not keen to pay full price for sporting gear or designer treads? No problem, there are plenty of deals to be scored at IMM, Singapore’s largest outlet mall, where over 90 brands such as Adidas, Club 21 and Charles & Keith park their past season collections. Prices are slashed up to 80 percent discount all year round so you are guaranteed a good deal.

  • Shopping
  • Supermarkets
  • Jurong East

On to its sixth chain in the country, Don Don Donki opens in JCube. The outlet in Jurong is a 'food specialty' branch so Westsiders can conveniently stock up on their favourite Japanese snacks without having to make the trek to the city. Some of the exclusive things you will find at this outlet are located in its food hall. Popular takoyaki chain from Osaka, Gindaco makes a comeback (it briefly opened in Ion before closing), Japan’s largest take-out-only restaurant chain serves up bento meals for busy ones and more. 

North

  • Shopping
  • Department stores
  • Ang Mo Kio

Opening June 19

Stock up on bath supplies and cruelty-free make up as most outlets reopen.

Stores at the following locations will resume operations on 19 June 2020: Ang Mo Kio Hub, Bedok Mall, Bishan Junction 8, Bugis Junction, Bukit Panjang Plaza, Causeway Point, Changi Airport Terminal 3, City Square, Compass One, Great World City, Hougang Mall, IMM, JEM, Jurong Point, Lot One, NEX, Northpoint, Plaza Singapura, Raffles City, Suntec City, Tampines Mall, Tiong Bahru Plaza, Toa Payoh HDB Hub, Vivocity, Waterway Point. All remaining outlets will be reopened gradually.

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