Not just a mecca for dining, a variety of lifestyle establishments and high-energy activities make CapitaLand’s The Star Vista a one-stop destination.
Located in one-north, The Star Vista is Singapore’s first naturally cooled open-air shopping centre. From gourmet grocery stores to fun happenings within the mall, there’s something for everyone. Here are some highlights at The Star Vista.
● Swee Lee
Popular amongst both amateur and experienced musicians, Swee Lee stocks all things music-related, while its band of experienced teachers conduct music lessons in-store. If you are not shopping for music, the store also stocks lifestyle items like t-shirts, bags and shoes. Or, you can kick back and relax at its café, Swee Lee Social Club, which serves up coffee from homegrown hero Common Man Coffee Roasters.
Located at #01-07
● Delicious & Nutritious
Need to fuel up after a good workout session at the plaza? Head to Nando’s for saucy PERi-PERi chicken (fresh, never frozen), flamegrilled to burn off the excess fat. Qi Ji too, offers healthier versions of their dishes such as a caloriefriendly popiah. And at YOLO, you can build your own protein bowls. The takeaway stand has a low-GI menu that’s perfect for calorie-watchers.
Nando’s is located at #B1-09, Qi Ji at #01-22 and YOLO at #01-48
● Free Workouts Mon-Thu at 7.30pm
Work up a sweat at one or all of the free workout sessions held at the Star Plaza. The kickboxing classes are in collaboration with the Health Promotion Board, and Body Combat, with renowned gym, Virgin Active. Taking part is a breeze as no pre-registration is required, but admission is on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Owned by Phoon Huat, RedMan is a one-stop destination for baking and cooking ingredients, equipment and accessories. A feature exclusive to this mall is a deli that serves ready-to-eat meals like bento boxes and donburis – there’s a cold cuts counter as well. RedMan also offers baking classes that can cater up to a class of 20. Visit the store’s website for details on classes.