Shopping malls are dime a dozen in Singapore, but what else is there to do besides, well, shop? If you’re looking for a place where you can hang out for hours with your friends without getting bored, head to JCube at Jurong.
Not only does the mall house a wide variety of retail shops and even a skating rink, it also has loads of restaurants guaranteed to satisfy every craving. And after a good meal, you can explore the mall, which offers plenty of exciting things to do around every corner. Scroll through the gallery below for some recommended spots to visit at JCube!
Eat a hearty meal at Eighteen Chefs
You will never leave with an empty stomach at Eighteen Chefs. With generous portions at affordable prices, this is a pretty good place to have dinner if you’re in a large group. Spoilt for choice? We highly recommend their Heart Attack Fried Rice series.
Eighteen Chefs is at #02-13.
Satisfy your cravings with Aji Ichi
Craving Japanese food? Then head on over to Aji Ichi, the latest concept by ASTONS, where you can expect items like donburi, ramen, tendon, and sushi. The menu here is super affordable, without compromising on quality. Fun fact: Aji Ichi uses only the most premium Niigata Koshihikari rice in all of its dishes. While you’re here, you should try their signature thick and creamy homemade Tonkotsu broth that has been simmered for 12 hours.
Aji Ichi is at #01-07.
Grab a pretty drink at KECha
Not only do these colourful teas look good on Instagram, they taste super yummy too. KECha originates from Taiwan, and highlights include the Hollywood Milk, a popcorn-flavoured milk tea. They have healthier tea ranges too – the Roselle Tea series aids digestion and is rich in vitamin C, while their Butterfly Pea series helps to fight premature ageing and reduce inflammation.
KECha is at #02-65.
Catch up with friends at fArt tArtz
With its garden-themed décor, fArt tArtz cafe provides the perfect backdrop for a girly chit-chat sesh with your friends. Their food is just as pretty as the café’s interior too. You’ll get pastas served in jars, desserts served in flower pots, and delicate layers of cake in a jar. Tea party, anyone?
fArt Tartz is at #02-53.
Take lots of OOTDs
Need to up your Instagram game? JCube has two dedicated Instagram rooms at level 4. They’re all decked out with pink walls, graffiti, and neon lights – everything you’ll need to take your OOTD like an influencer.
Buy all the things from the vending machines
If you’ve always been fascinated by all the things you can buy from the vending machines in Tokyo, you can have a little taste of it right here at #PlayatJCube The Corner. They have six Chef-in-Box machines, which serves up all sorts of things – from a piping hot meal, to drinks and snacks imported from Japan and Korea. They also have vending machines selling things like clothes and footwear! And yes, it’s a cashless zone so you can make your payments very conveniently via Mastercard PayPass, Visa payWave, or NETS FlashPay.
Besides the super cool vending machines, there are also two soundproof karaoke booths at #PlayatJCube The Corner. It’s pay per song, so grab your BFF and sing to your heart’s content here.
Calling all movie buffs! JCube is holding Movie x Nom Nom Night on April 21, May 5, and May 19, from 7pm to 10pm. They’re screening The Incredibles, Thor: Ragnarok, and 9-9-81, respectively. You can also look forward to a GIF photobooth, fun workshops, and a goodie bag worth more than $50. Spend a minimum of $60 to redeem one entry pass, or a minimum of $100 for two entry passes. For more information, visit JCube’s website.
Check out all the hangout spots at JCube here: