|Golden Mile Complex Beach Road Singapore|
|Golden Mile Complex Singapore|
Thai Food and More
|Thai Food in Golden Mile Complex Singapore|
|Thai Super Market in Golden Mile Complex Singapore|
There are a number of Thai food restaurants on the first and second levels. In addition, there is a nice and big super market called 'Thai Super Market' that stocks products from not only Thailand but also from Philippines, and Vietnam. The mini marts and smaller stalls are a plenty.
|Thai Magazines in Golden Mile Complex Singapore|
Thai festivals are celebrated here, cultural performances are staged, and Muay Thai bouts are held. Other interesting thing I saw here was a few 'Thai Clubs'too, one of them called "Thai Disco". Apart from Thai Beer (Singha), there are stalls and shops selling Thai music & movies, and even Thai magazines. That makes this building a year-round entertainment venue.
A Thai Temple Too
|Thai Temple outside Golden Mile Complex Singapore|
|Temple Shop in Golden Mile Complex Singapore|
There is a Thai temple outside the building and inside there are couple of shops selling flowers and other offerings for the temple.
|Thai Massage Shop in Golden Mile Complex Singapore|
It is to be expected that a Thai complex will have Thai massage shops. There are actually a few here on the third level. The prices they charge here for foot and body massage are lower than the rest of the city, like 60 SGD for 90 minutes of oil massage. The massage shops open from 10.30am to 11.00pm.
Money Change and Bus Tickets & Tours to Malaysia
|Bus Tickets to Malaysia from Golden Mile Complex|
Another thing that makes this place unique is the number of businesses offering bus tickets and tours to destinations in Malaysia.You can buy a bus ticket from here to Malacca or Kuala Lumpur just for 20 Singapore Dollars or book a 2N/3D tour of Genting Resorts for 89 Singapore Dollars. The tour/bus shops are all in the front on level 1. There is a money exchange shop here too in the front.
There's even more to discover here. Golden Mile Complex may not be in the same league as the typical shopping malls in Singapore but this place does have the soul of Thailand in it. Definitely worth a visit.
|Posted by Narinder Singh|