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Mandarin Gallery is a high-end retail space situated within four levels of Mandarin Orchard Singapore at 333A Orchard Road, Singapore 238897. Mandarin Gallery features upscale international fashion, lifestyle, services and food and beverage tenants. The property is situated along Orchard Road between the intersections of Orchard Link and Grange Road, in the heart of Singapore’s premier hotel, shopping and entertainment district. Mandarin Gallery comprises a total GFA of 196,336 sq ft with an NLA of 125,293 sq ft and has a wide main frontage of 152 metres along Orchard Road, providing a high degree of visibility. The car parking spaces are located in the multi-level carpark and basement level, and are shared with and operated by Mandarin Orchard Singapore. Mandarin Gallery commenced operations in November 2009 after undergoing renovation at a cost of approximately S$200 million to transform it into a high-end shopping and lifestyle destination. It officially opened on 28 January 2010.
Mandarin Gallery is home to a curated collection of high fashion, lifestyle, services and food and beverage tenants. Within this stylish haven, fashionistas can shop for statement pieces and classic everyday wear by high-end international designer brands such as Hugo Boss, Max Mara and Paul Smith as well as at chic local boutiques such as Undress. In 2016, the mall will welcome the opening of two premium brands’ first Singapore flagship stores, namely Michael Kors and Victoria’s Secret, which further enhance its directory of fashion offerings.
Mandarin Gallery also presents a sumptuous selection of Asian and international cuisine for the epicurean. From all-day breakfasts at Wild Honey and high-tea refreshments at Arteastiq boutique tea lounge, to gourmet dining at the acclaimed Japanese “omakase” restaurant, Hashida Sushi, or the award-winning Lawry’s The Prime Rib, visitors can indulge in a culinary adventure.
In addition, Mandarin Gallery brings together the best names in hair and beauty, including world-renowned Toni & Guy, Elevatione by Salvadore Dali, and the sanctuary of L’Espace Sante, making it an all-round premium lifestyle destination.
Mandarin Gallery is one of the properties in the portfolio of the OUE Hospitality Trust.
OUE is transforming OUE Downtown’s 262-metre wide street frontage into a sophisticated retail mall to be named “Downtown Gallery”.
A significant portion of the OUE Downtown’s podium has been demolished to make way for the five-storey plus one basement retail mall, which will see the existing office lobbies on the ground level of OUE Downtown 1 and OUE Downtown 2 being relocated to level four.
This will clear the first three storeys for an uninterrupted stretch of retail space spanning the entire length of the building. A link on the third storey, connecting Downtown Gallery to the neighbouring residential and office building developments, will increase the footfall into this mall.
One Raffles Place Shopping Mall
Strategically located in the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District (CBD) and situated directly above Raffles Place Mass Rapid Transfer interchange station, One Raffles Place shopping mall
is a six-storey retail haven that spans almost 100,000 sq ft. The mall is part of an integrated One Raffles Place development.
The refurbished One Raffles Place Shopping Mall which was unveiled on 29 May 2014 showcases internationally renowned brand names such as H&M, Melissa, The Hour Glass and Tumi. The basement level, linked to Raffles Place Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station, serves up an extensive variety of food and beverage options to cater to those working and living in the Central Business District (CBD), including salad, sandwich and smoothie bars, cafes, bakeries, a pie shop and
a gourmet deli.
With such as diverse range of shopping, dining and leisure options, One Raffles Place Shopping Mall has brought an exciting one-stop shopping experience to the heart of Singapore’s CBD.