New Shops At Liang Court This Festive Season

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Hi Huneybees,

Liang Court has recently 12 new brands to the family, just in time for Christmas. I was given a tour of some of the shops and here's a few of them...

First, we were treated to some local food and drinks at Fun Toast. Previously known as Kheng Nam Hong, the brand was renamed Fun with the Chinese Character 芳 in mind. Their signature menu includes homemade kaya butter soft buns, soya suace chicken, red cane leaf beverage and kopi...

For ladies who are looking to add a little more attention to their eyes, you will be glad to know about the Eye Studio Tokyo offers eyebrows, eye lashes, extensions and eye makeup using technology from Japan. If you always have problems getting your brows drawn right or tired of always having to apply mascara whenever you go out, you can give their services a try...

I love how natural the lashes look...
And just across, Naoki Yoshihara by Ash is there to help you relax and give your mane the pampering needed. ASH is a popular Japanese Hair Salon Brand which has over a hundred outlets in Japan. Naoki Yoshihara is the entry brand for Aisa which carries its founder's name.

For those who loves a little fragrance every where you go, or looking for organic soaps, there is SHEA on level 1. It is a body, skin and hair care store that specializes in products that are handmade and made from pure essential oils.

You can get these Little Hotties and make your very own mix of home fragrance.
They're not desserts, they are soap bars!

For fashion, Liang Court has also added in UNIQLO. As a popular brand now in Singapore, they have introduced some new additions to their line. The down jackets are now not only lightweight while providing warmth, they also come with a pouch where you can keep and carry the jacket in.

There's also new additions to their Heat Tech for ladies as well as introducing their top favourite Ultra Stretch Jeans. Well, even a ballerina could dance in, you know how comfy they are...

Last stop was Tonkotsu Kazan. Originating from Osaka, Japan, they are known for their tonkotsu (pork bone) broth and original noodles served in a kazan (volcanic) fashion to result in a flavour explosion. Established in 1966, they operate over 30 popular restaurant  franchises in Japan including Kangeki Tanuki and Marugen Ramen.

You can have their famous Kazen Ramen or opt for the normal Ramen seen below.

Well, with so many new stores, you are definitely in for a treat ushering in the festive season as there are lucky draws, games carnival, workshops for kids and atrium performances all waiting for you!

Best Decked Home Lucky Draw

Held from 6 - 12 December 2013, this challenge will see one lucky shopper walking away with the most popular item from a showcase of the mall's 7 home furnishing brands - Picket & Rail, OM, The Bear Knows, Sealy, Frangipani Homes, de.Luxe Lifestyle and V.GOS Home.

Shoppers have to spend $50 in a single receipt to get a chance to vote for their favourite item deisplayed at the main atrium. The winning item will be decided based on the number of votes and lucky shopper will be chosen from that pool of votes via a lucky draw.

Merry Games Carnival

Liang Court beckons all children (and the young at heart!) to its Merry Games Carnival from 13 - 25 december at Laing Court's main atrium. The carnival will see brands like Uniqlo, MEIDI-YA and Dunkin' Donuts setting up game booths to test the mental and physical strength of all participants.

Players who complete all the booths within a specified time will stand a chance to win a prize in a mystery box lucky dip.

Stage Performances and Activities

Liang Court welcomes all families to artsy Christmas performances including Japanese Christmas caroling, Ballet recital by D'Dreamz as well as a special Christmas performance by ArtKidz.

There will be arts & crafts workshops taking place over the weekends including Japanese Hand Puppets, Gingerbread dress-up, Snow Globe making and cupcake decoration.

Redeem Joyful Rewards

Shoppers who spend $200 ($300 at Audiohouse & MEIDI-YA) will receive a $10 AsiaMalls shopping voucher, complimentary gift wrapper and Furoshiki (traditional Japanese wrapping cloth. PRIME and JCB cardholders only need to spend $150 to qualify for the above. In partnership with JCB; JCB cardholders who qualify for redemption will receive an additional $10 AsiaMalls shopping voucher.

For more information, please visit Liang Court's website at


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