Have you heard of Liang Court? If not, you are in for a real treat. It is a fascinating mall in the River Walk, with a lot of retail outlets, restaurants, movie theatres and an indoor golf course. With an estimated population of 20 million, this city has one of the biggest concentrations of people in the whole country.

To be honest, we don’t really have to explain why people should visit this place. There simply isn’t any other place in Singapore where you can get such a diverse range of retail and eating establishments. For a low-budget shopping trip, you will not find better choices anywhere. If your budget is slightly more, there are also options at the mall itself, in the vicinity of the court. You may want to take some time to look around for good deals.

One of the things that set Liang Court apart from other shopping complexes in Singapore is its enormous parking space. The mall is spread out over six acres, and it houses almost two hundred and fifty shops, restaurants and other establishments. It has a lot of local stores as well as some foreign brands, which you will not usually find anywhere else. In addition, you will find some very expensive items here, but if you do not want to spend a fortune, you can stick to the cheaper alternatives.

One of the most popular aspects of this mall is the wide array of cuisines, it houses. Vietnamese cuisine is particularly popular, as you can see on the signs outside. Chinese food is also available, if you are interested. Of course, the number of choices is not the only factor that makes this place great. The atmosphere is also a big reason to visit.

A number of restaurants specialize in seafood. You can choose from various types of seafood dishes, from stir-fry, crab cakes and Vietnamese pho – just name it and you will find it somewhere in the mall. Of course, the most famous dishes here are of course the great local favorites, such as chicken rice, noodles and dim sum. There is also a lot of vegetarian cuisine here. Vegetarians can enjoy some of the exotic vegetarian dishes, including mango chutney and tamarind chicken. Of course, you can also have meat, if you are not a vegetarian.

If you are interested in shopping, you can check out the Tugun Centre, located at the corner of the mall. Here, you will find a lot of exclusive shops, where you can buy anything from designer garments to electronics. There are also some departmental stores, including a very interesting one, called Pure Silk, where you can find some really unique silk scarves and shawls. There is also the Penang Peninsula Galleria, a huge market hall where you can get some authentic handicrafts.

You should not miss out on trying out the local Chinese cuisine, which is a bit different from the mass-produced variety. A lot of people eat mass-produced meals because they do not know how good they are. Chinese cuisine is made for small amounts, so you will never get bored. Of course, you need to make sure that your Chinese friends know about your trip. If you are eating at a restaurant, make sure that you ask first before you take any food home. This way, you will be safe and won’t ruin your vacation.

A tour of this famous mall will definitely be something that you will never forget. Even if it is just an entry to the mall, it will give you a lot of memories that you can cherish for a lifetime. One thing you will also never forget is the people you met while you were in Singapore, especially the Liang Court.