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VivoCity (Chinese: 怡丰城) is the largest shopping mall in Singapore. Located in the HarbourFront precinct, it was designed by the Japanese architect Toyo Ito. Its name is derived from the word vivacity. According to Mapletree Chairman Edmund Cheng, VivoCity "evokes a lifestyle experience that is modern, stimulating and accessible to everyone, a place bubbling with energy and flowing with vitality". VivoCity was built on the site of the exhibition halls of the former World Trade Centre, now the HarbourFront Centre. VivoCity has 1,500,000 square feet (139,000 m2) of gross floor area and 1,100,000 square feet (102,000 m2) of retail space, larger than Suntec City and Ngee Ann City, the former of which was the largest prior to VivoCity's opening.

VivoCity has the best amenities designed with the avid shopper at heart. The air-condition food court is located on the same level (level 3) so it’s very convenient if you get hungry or thirsty. And for the food connoisseurs, VivoCity also has a wide range of international cuisine and restaurants serving French, Italian, Japanese, Taiwanese and local flair For those who want to take off their shoes, lean back and stretch out their legs in a more comfortable ambience, there is Golden Village Gold Class cinema experience. The Gold Class experience offers reclining lounge seats with full leg support and individual arm rests.

And as if that wasn’t enough, you also get a blanket to keep warm and side table to put your things. The Harbour Front has a beautifully landscaped roof garden called Sky Park. It offers ample seating a panoramic view of the harbour front and Sentosa Island with fresh sea breeze to go with it. It also has a knee-deep shallow pool that’s great for both adults and children to cool off and relax