As part of the latest measures announced by the Singapore Government to slow the transmission of COVID-19, all non-essential retail outlets are closed from 7 April to 4 May 2020. Retail outlets providing essential items and services are open. These include supermarkets, pharmacies, restaurants, food & beverage outlets, and other outlets offering essential services. All restaurants, food courts and food & beverage outlets will remain open only for takeaway or delivery
Peninsula Plaza is a historic landmark and shopping mall in Singapore.
Also given the nickname of Little Burma, this 30-story skyscraper stands 381 feet tall and is commonly used for commercial purposes; including rental, sale, and retail.
Peninsula Plaza, Mall Shops & Stores, Little Burma Shopping, Singapore
The building, which was built in 1980, features an incredible interior space furnished with delicate scripts with little Burmese touches all over; such as the presence of the Burmese library and the traditional longyi.
The plaza’s food court in the basement is filled with kiosks and eateries that sell authentic Burmese food; such as a range of curries, soup, noodles, stir-fry, and much more.
Many of the building’s tenants have businesses in travel and visa services specialising in Burma travel deals, souvenir shops, and money changers, while shops can be found in the podium. During the weekend, the plaza comes alive with a flurry of activity from the local Burmese community.
The Peninsula Plaza is located at 111 North Bridge Road in Singapore. Opening hours are from 8am to 10pm daily.