Shop Till You Drop: IMM Mall Review – a shopping paradise in the West
Now that it’s the school holidays, many of you may be thinking of having some much needed retail therapy. Well, be prepared till to shop till you drop at IMM, the largest factory outlet mall in Singapore with more than 90 outlet stores!
This unassuming mall in the West offers a huge range of brands from sports to branded goods, at extremely competitive prices!
Food Options: 5/5
You will definitely be spoilt for choice at this mall as there are many cafes, restaurants and eateries for you to choose from. for those ready to indulge in an extravagant meal, there are restaurants like Hai Di Lao. For a reasonable price, there are chains like Ichiban Sushi.
The basement floor of IMM also boasts a range of food stalls such as LiHo and Old Chang Kee for you to pick up some finger food and drinks after a day of shopping.
For those seeking a budget-friendly option, there is the also the Kopitiam on Level 3.
As mentioned above, this mall is known for being Singapore’s largest factory outlet mall.
What’s more, IMM is also truly family-friendly as there is a huge rooftop garden that will provide kids with hours of fun! There is a playground as well as a mini wet playground for those who want to seek solace from the heat!
Other than that, other features of the spacious rooftop garden include a koi pond and a stage for mall events. Students and groups of friends can also make use of the large space for gatherings!
The atrium of IMM also constantly boasts sales for certain household products and is worth visiting to snag some cheap deals.
Tenant Mix: 5/5
You can find virtually anything here!
On the lower floors, you can find a range of sports and clothing brands as well as food options.
There is also a huge Giant super-mart for you to purchase groceries. Students can also get their supplies at IMM’s Popular outlet.
IMM is also home to the biggest Daiso in Singapore, where everything is priced at $2 per item.
The 3rd floor of IMM, IMM HOME, is dedicated to furniture and household products. You can certainly find what you need for your home here, from electronics to bedroom essentials.
What’s more, there are a huge range of brands featured and the products are all sold at very reasonable prices.
For those driving to IMM, there is a big 6-storey carpark so you do not need to worry about finding a parking lot. What’s more, parking is free for the first 2 hours on weekdays!
For those taking public transport, you can use the J-Walk connectors to walk from Jurong East MRT station. The walk takes about 10 minutes and is interconnected with Ng Teng Fong General Hospital and Devan Nair Institute of Employability.
IMM is definitely worth a visit as it has everything you would ever want – all in one mall! From entertainment for the kids to household products for your new flat, you will definitely not leave empty-handed. What’s more, if you’re up for it, you can also easily head to malls like Jem and Big Box within minutes via the J-Walk to continue your shopping trip.