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Ladies, grab your purses because this mall is aimed at you. With fashion at its heart and trendy female shoppers as its target audience, Wisma Atria is heaven for the fashion-savvy and brand-name loving consumer.
If you are looking for an inexpensive breakfast then come here. There is a food court up on Level 4 where you can choose from Chinese, Thai or whatever you want. There is also a Toast Box located in a corner. Decided to have the...More
Wisma atria food court is normally buzzing with visitors . Against this my visit to sample original katong laksa was terribly disappointing . Taste wise laksa should be brimming with sumptuous flavours . In this case sadly all I got was fishy slop with hardly...More
Most people wouldn’t know that Wisma Atria was the first upmarket mall on Orchard Rd, as it was opened before Ngee Ann City and long before ION Orchard. Now, it’s just viewed as a convenient passageway between Orchard MRT Station/ION Orchard mall and Ngee Ann...More
This Centre has a wide variety of food which was great. We ate at several places and found the food to all be very good. It is fun walking around having a look.
Recommend this Centre for its food selection.
Many shoppers may not aware that they are within Wisma compound because of the perfect linkway joining Orchard MRT Station, Takashimaya and southern part of Orchard belt through Wisma. Everyday, there are tens of thousand using this route. You may not shop at Wisma but...More
Spent a couple of hours at the shopping centre. Had lunch at Henui Teppanyaki, excellent food at about S$ 15. Value set meal which has rice, soup, pork in sauce and veggies. Later had fresh orange juice at the Juice Bar on the same floor...More
This used to be one of the most popular malls on Orchard Road before Ngee Ann city and ION were built. Now, it is not as competitive as they have less shops and the place is getting old.
They have a nice Food Republic food...More
This mall is pretty old and sits between Ion Orchard and Takashimaya.
The style and layout of the building is dated and the not too many big brands. Lots of traffic will just flow through from the basement as one exits from the MRT and...More
Shopping is a national pastime for Singaporeans, and after a visit to Orchard Road it’s easy to see why. This seemingly endless boulevard boasts a dizzying selection of shopping centres. From bargain basement foragers to designer label big-spenders, there is something for everyone. For those just browsing, there are countless restaurants, food courts, and cinemas, as well as the odd street entertainer to keep you
amused. Most of the malls are connected by underground walkways, offering a break from the sun on a hot day. Bring a credit card and some comfortable shoes, and plunge into the excitement.