myVillage Mall at Serangoon Gardens


Finally had a chance to visit the myVillage mall at Serangoon Gardens yesterday, even though I have known of its existence 2 months back, and in fact, walked past it once. Was invited down by the mall management for a special blogger’s “get to know myVillage” session. The evening was amazing. myVillage really is a charming little mall with personality. The mall even has 2 mascots called Marley and Jules, inspired by the 2 adjoining roads Maju Avenue and Farleigh Road. I mean where else in Singapore can you find such a cute and interesting concept?

The owners of the mall wanted myVillage to blend in with the Serangoon Garden’s laid back vibe, and have people living near there feel as if this is an extension of their backyard. In this aspect, I think myVillage has done a wonderful job. Just look at the signage itself, can you see the words in there? These are handwritten “my”s by over a hundred people living or working in the area.

The roof top is lovely as well. At this point, it’s just wooden flooring and some plants but I think the management plan to install a seating area. From the roof, you can look out over the roofs of the houses nearby. The area is so peaceful, I wish I could have stayed up there longer, just to stare into the sky and imagine away.

I feel quite jealous of the people living near Serangoon Gardens! I want Bedok Point to be like this too! Where’s my property agent….


1 Maju Avenue, Singapore 556679

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7 Responses to “myVillage Mall at Serangoon Gardens”

  1. bookjunkie says:

    Love the close-up shot…never noticed that when I was cool 🙂

  2. bookjunkie says:

    for me if I don’t write about it immediately, sometimes I don’t write about it at all. I guess I take too many photos and then later I realize that something is too boring or humdrum and not exciting to blog about. I have some photos of food I didn’t enjoy but am now ‘sien’ to talk about it. I prefer to talk about things I love.

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