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What is open during Chinese New Year 2021?

What is open during Chinese New Year 2021? Here’s 365days2play’s annual list of supermarkets, malls, clinics, food courts, and kopi/cafe 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 (yet)! You can also check the 2018 guide, 2019 guide  and 2020 guide for reference. Oh if you’re looking for cafe opening hours for this CNY, it’s here. Remember that the COVID-19 pandemic is still raging on so make sure you keep safe-distancing in mind wherever you are!

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Supermarkets

NTUC

  • 28 Jan – 10 Feb – Extended opening hours
  • CNY Eve (11 Feb) – Non 24 hr stores mostly close at 5pm
  • 1st Day (12 Feb) – Non 24 hr stores either closed or close at 5pm
  • 2nd Day (13 Feb) – Business as usual
  • A number of stores operating 24 hours throughout eg FairPrice Woodlands 888, Tampines 138, New Upper Changi, Bedok North Blk 89, Teban Gardens
  • See the full list of CNY opening hours for NTUC stores here

Cold Storage

  • 4 Feb – 10 Feb – Extended opening hours
  • CNY Eve (11 Feb) – Almost all outlets open till 9pm
  • 1st Day (12 Feb) -  Most outlets 8/9am – 9pm. Taka closed
  • 2nd Day (13 Feb) – Most outlets until 10pm. Taka closed
  • 3rd Day (14 Feb) – Business as usual
  • A number of stores operating 24 hours throughout eg Cluny Court, Jelita, Siglap Village, Rail Mall, NEX
  • See the full list of CNY operating hours for Cold Storage stores here

Giant

Sheng Siong

  • Until 10 Feb – Extended opening hours
  • CNY Eve (11 Feb) – All stores operate till 4pm
  • 1st Day (12 Feb) – Only 25 stores open from 8 am – 6pm including Bedok North 539, Bedok Central 209, Geylang 301, Junction Nine, Jurong SuperBowl, Woodlands 301 etc
  • 2nd Day (13 Feb) – Same as Day 1.
  • 3rd Day (14 Feb) – Business as usual
  • See the full list of CNY operating hours for Sheng Siong stores here

Prime Supermarket

  • CNY Eve (11 Feb) – Most close at 5pm
  • 1st Day (12 Feb) – Most are closed
  • 2nd Day (13 Feb) – Most are closed
  • 3rd Day (14 Feb) – Largely business as usual
  • Bedok South 18, Compassvale 263, Hougang 106, Jurong West 962, King George 803, Punggol Field 108 will be open 24 hours throughout
  • See the full list of CNY operating hours for Prime Supermarket stores here

Don Don Donki

  • CNY Eve (11 Feb) – Orchard Central 24hrs, the rest 8am – 11pm
  • 1st Day (12 Feb) – Orchard Central 24hrs, the rest 9am/10am – 10pm/12am
  • 2nd Day (13 Feb) – Same as Day 1
  • See Don Don Donki’s CNY operating hours notice

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STAR WARS™ Identities: The Exhibition – Good for Star Wars fans

Grab your power converters and strap in for STAR WARS™️ Identities, happening at the Marina Bay Sands ArtScience Museum. With over 200 props, original costumes, models and conceptual artwork this exhibition is a must for all SW fans young and old.

Star Wars Identities at Art Science Museum (3)

The comprehensive exhibition focuses on episodes 1-6 and features most of the major characters such as Luke and Leia through to Anakin and Padme. It features original costumes from various characters with the standout being the Darth Vader costume worn by David Prowse in the original trilogies. There are numerous models of the most iconic space ships and a life like Marquette of Yoda. Plus the movie props like the Han Solo Carbonite will surely cause every fan to freeze to take it all in.

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Cafes that are open this Chinese New Year

For those of you who need a cuppa before facing the onslaught of relatives, or those of you who have dutifully done your house visiting, or even those of you who don’t celebrate Chinese New Year, this list of cafes that are open during Chinese New Year is for you. Enjoy the festivities, and share this article if you find it useful! You may also find this article : What is open during Chinese New Year useful. It contains the operating hours of supermarkets, shopping centres, kopi and the places and even clinics that are open this CNY! If you need kopi/teh or bubble tea, it’s in that list!

Popular Cafes that are open this Chinese New Year

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Paya Lebar Quarter opens! – 5 reasons why you should visit

Those of you living or working in the East, rejoice because Paya Lebar Quarter Mall has finally opened! Yes the massive construction that has been plaguing my eyes for the last few years whenever I have to change trains at Paya Lebar MRT interchange has finally ceased, and a new mall has sprouted in its place. So what’s the big deal about this mall since it might turn out to be just the same as any other mall? Well here are 5 things are unique to Paya Lebar Quarter (PLQ), or at least not commonly found in other malls.

  1. PLQ Plaza – This huge plaza is sure to play host to numerous events and activities. But even when nothing is on, its still a great place to sit and people watch while having a takeaway meal. Yes colourful PLQ chairs and tables have been provided just for this purpose. There is a row of takeaway shops comprising cafes and a chicken rice store, so you don’t even have to step into the mall if you are pressed for time. Children too will love the sheltered spacious plaza for running about, which includes a flat fountain area (think Bugis and Clarke Quay). There is also an outdoor children’s play area
  2. Smigy Indoor Playground – You might find Smigy familiar as they are a clothing store located at Suntec City. They’ve now come up with a children’s Indoor Playground at PLQ. This is great news for parents who don’t drive because this is one of the rare few indoor playgrounds in malls connected to MRT stations. At least that is so in the East.
  3. IT big players – Is it just me or does PLQ seem to boast quite a number of big IT and Telecommunications players? They have Gadget Mix, Hua Wei, iStudio and even Challenger
  4. There’s more to PLQ than just food – What’s a person to do if they don’t want to eat or buy something? Well here are the things you can do at PLQ
    • Watch a movie at at Shaw Theatres – 12 movie halls including premium halls and an IMAX theatre with the latest laser projection technology
    • Sing Karaoke at Sing My Song Family Karaoke
    • Feed your competitive streak and need to win at Zone X arcade
    • Get your creative juices out at Our Art Studio – Art lessons, Art Jamming, Art Parties. Put some colour in your lives!
    • Take photos at the instagrammable walls with props already conveniently provided, or have your photo printed for free.
  5. A number of new to Singapore F&Bs – Well we can’t really run far away from food, so what’s new in the F&B scene? Check out Mom’s Touch, which is a South-Korean fast food chain famous hand-battered and hand-breaded chicken and burgers, brought in by the No Singboard Group. Or Fong Sheng Hao, Taiwan & Singapore’s First Charcoal Grilled Toast / Milk Tea Store. A pork and egg cheese sandwich costs about $6.50. Others include Lucky Bird (Singapore chicken rice with a modern twist), Hayai (Onigirazu without pork or lard), and Wursthans Switzerland (authentic Swiss sausages restaurant).

So there you have it, 5 things about Paya Lebar Quarter Mall that will hopefully keep the crowds coming back. Scroll down for all the pictures!

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Cirque du Soleil Kurios – Cabinet of Curiosities is a must watch!

A few days ago, I caught my very first Cirque du Soleil performance. The name Cirque du Soleil has been around for 3 decades, but due to various reasons including costs (it costs a pretty penny!), I’ve never been able to watch one until recently. If you’re new to Cirque du Soleil, and have the impression that they return to Singapore every couple of years or so, note that it’s not actually the same show returning. The current one being featured at Bayfront is Kurios – Cabinet of Curiosities and is Cirque du Soleil’s 35th production since starting in 1984.

If you’ve never watched a Cirque du Soleil performance, now is the best chance because I am told that Kurios – Cabinet of Curiosities is one of the better performances around. A Cirque du Soleil performance is not just your average circus show with acrobats and death defying acts. It’s so much more than that. It’s music, it’s theatre, its drama, it’s beautiful costumes and of course heart-stopping jaw-dropping acts, all beautifully weaved together in a fantasy storyline and whimsical stage props. Speaking of props, there are 426 props in Kurios, the most of any production in Cirque du Soleil’s history.

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