Which MRT exit to Funan mall?
The closest MRT stations to WILD RICE @ Funan are City Hall (on the North-South Line) and Clarke Quay (on the North-East Line). Both stations are within walking distance to Funan (City Hall – approximately seven minutes away; Clarke Quay – approximately 10-15 minutes away).
Is Funan linked to City Hall MRT?
Funan now has a brand new 100-metre underground pedestrian link which directly connects Basement 2 of the mall to the City Hall MRT interchange station.
When did Funan close?
30 June 2016
|Funan DigitaLife Mall|
|Wikimedia | © OpenStreetMap|
|Closing date||30 June 2016|
|Owner||CapitaLand Mall Trust Management|
How much is parking at Funan mall?
Rates are updated as of January 2022.
|Car Park||Weekdays before 5/6pm||Sundays/Public Holidays|
|Funan Mall||2.49am-6pm: $2.35 for 1st hr, $0.64 for sub 15min.||Same as Saturday|
|Furama City Centre Singapore||5.59am-6pm: $1.70 per ½ hr||$3.21 per entry|
|Furama Riverfront Singapore||7am-5pm: $1.07 per ½ hr||Same as weekdays|
How old is Funan mall?
37Funan / Age (c. 1985)
When did Funan reopen?
June 28, 2019
In line with this, Singapore’s Funan Mall has officially reopened its doors to the public last June 28, 2019, following a three-year redevelopment project, as shared in a report by Inside Retail Asia.
How do you use a Funan shower facility?
(PSA: If there ever was a time to go to Shake Shack, the time is now.)…Funan Mall — 14 free (or really cheap) things you can do here.
|Activity at Funan Mall||Cost|
|Charge / pump your e-scooter / e-bike||Free|
|Take a shower||Free (with CapitaStar app)|
|Charge your phone||Free|
|Play with pointless tech things||Free|
Where do you park for the Supreme Court?
Parking is not available in the Supreme Court. The car parks nearby are at: The Adelphi. Parliament House (Public Carpark).
Who owns Funan?
CapitaLandFunan / Owner
How is Funan related to Singapore?
Funan (Chinese: 福南) is a mixed used development comprising a retail mall, two office towers and a serviced apartment tower in the Civic District in Singapore. The new development was built on the site of the former building known as Funan DigitaLife Mall.
Who owns Funan mall?