#68. The Central: A Spacious Mall Where the Vibe is Relaxed

This is one mall that doesn’t get too crowded as it’s more of an eating place. It has several good Japanese restaurants where you can indulge your Ramen cravings.

Just like Liang Court, this place feels more Japanese. Take Book Mart for instance. All the books and manga here are in Japanese and you can rent them and sit in this Cafe to read.

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You don’t need to know Japanese to appreciate these. So pretty and colourful.

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This mall’s foodcourt has the most amazing views.

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