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VivoCity (Chinese: 怡丰城) is the largest shopping mall at the HarbourFront precinct in Singapore. Opened on 7 October 2006, it marked the completion of the main structure by a topping-out ceremony on 18 April 2006 and was officially opened on 1 December 2006. Derived from the word vivacity, VivoCity, according to Mapletree Chairman Edmund Cheng, "evokes a lifestyle experience that is modern, stimulating and accessible to everyone, a place bubbling with energy and flowing with vitality". At the end of the first week of operations, the mall had received nearly a million visitors.

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  1. diamond
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     24 Nov 2007 at 6:54 pm

    Vivo is soooooooooooooooo huge that you will get lost easily and the concept is good as you have to make a huge detour before enabling to your way to the escalator. It has many brands which can be found in other shopping centre except for a few overseas brand. But it has a larger concepts and larger area for shopping

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    1. Polarbear
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       11 Nov 2007 at 11:53 am

      Vivocity is one the biggest shapping mall in Spore. I will be there almost every weekend as well. Haa....

      I feel that it is one of the best design shopping centre as well. When I was there for the first time, I have a feeling a being lost as the place is really big, even with the help of a map. However after a while, I get used to it and find it quite easy to move around as well.

      They boast the biggest cinema in Spore, got a sky train to Sentosa, and they are next to St James, the biggest entertainment outlet.

      They also managed to get a lot of big fashion brands like Gap, River Island, Tangs, etc.

      Electronic shops like Samsung, Challenger, Best Denki and many more handphone shop.

      Restaurants, from small cafes like Ben and Jerry, to the usual coffee joints like Starbucks and Coffee Bean etc, to the fast food, special ones like Super Dog, to all lot of food courts, Food Republic. Too many to list down here.

      There is also a big wading pool on the roof top where good to see kids running in and out. There are also lots of grass patches to have a picnic maybe.

      So there are tons of things to do there. Good way to spend a weekend, if you are sick of town shopping centres.

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      1. blackblackcat
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         26 Sep 2007 at 1:33 pm

        It was huge but tiring to explore. I wanted to go Daiso, but had to navigate about half an hour to get there because I'm quite useless when it comes to map-reading (wth coordinates?!).

        Shopping-wise, the shops are mostly on the high-end side... though the range is good - you can find anything from electronics to bodycare to apparel (all kinds) to toys. I'll get something from Mango/River Island/Forever 21 once in a while, and that's during sales. :P In general, the shopping mall does not appeal to me that much.

        Like tinkerbell, I go there for the food. The food choices are extensive... My faves include White Dog Cafe, SuperDog, and Kim Gary HK Cafe. I don't fancy Food Republic much because the food is over-rated imo.

        Usually, I'll only go there when I'm heading there for a meal with my kakis/bf and I only shop if there's nothing else to do on that day.

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