What is open during Chinese New Year 2014?

Here’s my annual list of places that are open during the CNY period! Hope you find it useful. If the supermarket or shopping centre in Orchard road is not listed here, it’s because the information is not available! You can also check last year’s guide or 2012 guide for reference.

Smile Here’s wishing you a prosperous and happy Chinese New Year! Huat ah!! Smile

Supermarkets

NTUC

  • CNY Eve (30 Jan) – Most stores close at 5pm. Selected open 24 hours. Airport T3 till 11 pm.
  • 1st Day (31 Jan) – Most stores closed. Selected open 24 hours. Airport till 5 pm.
  • 2nd Day (1 Feb ) – Most stores open till 5pm. Selected open 24 hrs. Airport till 11 pm.
  • 3rd Day (2 Feb) – Open
  • See the full list of NTUC operation hours here

Cold Storage Supermarket

  • CNY Eve (30 Jan) – Most stores close at 7pm. King Albert Park & Jelita are 24 hrs. Takashimaya 5.30pm
  • 1st Day (31 Jan) – Most stores open until 9pm.
  • 2nd Day (1 Feb ) –  Mostly normal hours
  • 3rd Day (2 Feb) – Open
  • See the full list of Cold Storage opening hours here

Sheng Siong Supermarket

Giant Supermarket

  • CNY Eve (30 Jan) – Looks like normal if not EXTENDED operating hours!
  • 1st Day (31 Jan) – Operating hours remain the same except for a few stores
  • 2nd Day (1 Feb ) – Operating hours remain the same except for a few stores
  • 3rd Day (2 Feb) – Open as usual
  • See the full list of Giant Supermarket opening hours here

7-Eleven Stores

  • OPEN during Chinese New Year!

Shopping Centres/Airport

Marina Bay Sands

ION Orchard

  • CNY Eve (30 Jan) – Most shops closed by 5-7pm. Some restaurants open till 10pm
  • 1st Day (31 Jan) – 2/3 of ION Orchard shops closed
  • 2nd Day (1 Feb ) – 1/2 of ION Orchard shops closed
  • 3rd Day (2 Feb) – Mostly open
  • See the full list of ION Orchard opening hours here

Takashimaya

Wheelock Place

Tangs

  • CNY Eve (30 Jan) – Closed at 5pm
  • 1st Day (31 Jan) – Closed
  • 2nd Day (1 Feb ) – Closed
  • 3rd Day (2 Feb) – Open
  • Tangs Website

The CentrePoint

  • Mall operating hours during CNY festive period will be 10am – 10pm, however many stores will be closed.

Changi City Point

  • Mall is open as usual, but selected stores closed
  • Movie Under The Stars screening of Croods on 1 Feb, 7.30pm
  • Call friendly Customer Service at 6511 1088

Bedok Point (Not Bedok Mall)

  • CNY Eve (30 Jan) – Majority of shops still open
  • PastaMania, Paradise Inn, Starbucks,Popeyes, The Manhatten FISH MARKET, Suki-Ya, MOS Burger, XYTUA, Hei Sushi and KBOX will be opened on 31 Jan and 1 Feb 2014
  • Call customer service at 6481 1353 for more details

Restaurants

Crystal Jade

  • Open only on 3rd Day

Paradise Inn

  • All restaurants open except Taste Paradise, Paradise Dynasty @ ION which would closed on 31st Jan and Paradise Inn @ MBLM, Funan on 31st jan & 1st Feb.
  • Notice of CNY Openings

Sushi Tei

Kopi and Cafes

Yakun

  • CNY Eve (30 Jan) – Almost all close at 2.30pm, except Vivo 6pm, Changi Airport 24 hrs
  • 1st Day (31 Jan) – Only a few like Parkway, 313 Somerset, SGFlyer open till evening. Changi Airport 24 hrs.
  • 2nd Day (1 Feb ) – Only a few like Vivocity, Parkway, 313 Somerset, SGFlyer open till evening. Changi Airport 24 hrs.
  • 3rd Day (2 Feb) – Almost all operating as usual
  • See the full list of Yakun Outlets opening hours here

WangCafe

  • 1st Day (31 Jan) – Mostly closed except at Airport, Plaza Sing, Suntec, and a few
  • 2nd Day (1 Feb ) – Mostly closed except at Airport, Plaza Sing, Suntec, and a few
  • 3rd Day (2 Feb) – Mostly open except those in CBD or closed on Sunday ones
  • See the full list of WangCafe Outlets opening hours here

The Orange Thimble

Haagen Dazs

Chye Seng Huat Hardware

Strangers Reunion

Tiong Bahru Bakery

Highlander Coffee

To-gather Cafe

Assembly Cafe

Let me know if you know of any great makan or kopi places open for CNY! Huat ah!


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3 Responses to “What is open during Chinese New Year 2014?”

  1. Ashley says:

    Hello! Do you have a list for CNY 2015? Thank you! 🙂

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