We give you three reasons to make a trip to The Furniture Mall (TFM) and discover what it has to offer.
#1 One-stop Shopping
One of the key advantages here is the convenience of having 40 stores under one roof, with over 70 brands to choose from. With variety comes choice, so you can expect good quality products to fit most budgets.
Tip: TFM offers two to three hours of free parking with any purchase, depending on when you visit.
#2 Product Range
The mall is probably best known for its array of mattress stores, including King Koil, Sealy and Simmons, but that’s not all it has to offer. There are furniture and furnishing outlets, including carpets and curtains, as well as interior design services and even an air-conditioning shop.
The variety in terms of furniture style is wide reaching, from reclaimed teak wood pieces, sophisticated statement furniture and outdoor products to country-style wooden furniture and more.
#3 Customer Rewards
The Furniture Mall loves rewarding its customers, and the TFM 23rd Anniversary Celebration, running from now until 28 February 2018, features a grand prize of a Mitsubishi Attrage Eco-Friendly Sedan, as well as seven consolation cash prizes of $1,000. Just spend a minimum of $200 for each entry.
There’s also a November Lucky Draw supported by Sleepnight, which is giving away one Royal Kingdom queen-sized mattress worth $5,999, with a minimum spend of $500 per entry. And, for any purchase until 31 December, customers will receive a free A5 water bottle gift. See promotion details on TFM’s website.
More things to do in Jurong East
So, you’ve shopped till you’ve dropped and now you’re looking for something else to do? Here are some ideas to keep you busy in the area.
Science Centre: A minute by car from TFM, the Science Centre has tons of educational interactive activities for kids and adults alike, plus special exhibitions and events. science.edu.sg
Snow City: Next door to the Science Centre is Singapore’s first indoor snow centre, with Arctic exhibitions, snow sculptures and a 60-metre skiing slope. snowcity.com.sg
Jurong Bird Park: Get to know your hornbill from your hawk, with plenty of exhibits, shows and experiences on offer, as well a great water-play area for the children. birdpark.com.sg
The Live Turtle & Tortoise Museum: Set in the picturesque grounds of the Chinese Garden, this small museum houses some of the world’s rarest turtles and tortoises. turtle-tortoise.com
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