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List of Popular Shops That will Open or Remain Closed for Phase 2 in Singapore

Phase 2 starts tomorrow.

Phase 2 is a lot more comprehensive than Phase 1. For Phase 2, most retail shops will open, dining in will be allowed and playgrounds open for kids. However, it does not mean business as usual. Some shops may open but with restrictive or limited services, while others will have to remain close for a while longer during this Phase.

For the record, try not to head out this weekend. It will definitely be packed with people who missed all these. Take your time to shop over the next few weeks!

Here are some of the popular shops that will Open in Phase 2

Most retailers will open on 19 June. Most have extra measures like safe distancing and different operating hours.

Here is a list of the more popular ones 


Decathlon will reopen with different operating hours.

Ikea will reopen sans the Playground and F & B outlet. Store hours will be changed as well.
Those looking for Swedish meatballs and Chicken Wings will have to wait a little longer.

Popular is popular with parents with their assessment books. Do note the change in hours

Toys R Us
Toys R Us was one of the few stores with long queues pre circuit breaker. Will there be queue this time around?

Department Stores
Most major department stores will reopen on 19 June. Some may have updated opening hours, so do check with individual stores for details.


Electronics Stores
For those who need new TV, Fridge, Laptops, Washers. Good news, electronic stores are reopening.

BEST Denki
All Best Denki Stores will reopen on 19 June

All Courts Stores will reopen on 19 June

Gain City

Harvey Norman
All Harvey Norman Stores will reopen on 19 June

All Challenger stores will reopen on 19 June

Bubble Tea

We could not leave this out of the list since it had been proven to be the Nation's favourite drink. Standalone Bubble Tea stores will be back. Here are some of the fan favourites


Tiger Sugar Singapore


Restaurants and Foodcourts will reopen for dine-in. Do note that certain restrictions such as max 5 per table and safe distancing between tables applies. Not all restaurants will open for dine-in due to space and manpower constraint.


Most Restaurants will reopen for dine-in. Here is a selection of restaurants that announced their reopening on June 19.

Crystal Jade

Jack's Place


Ichiban Sushi

You can dine in now, but please do not use it as study spots due to the limited seating arrangements.

Resorts World Sentosa Restaurants 

Sakae Sushi

TungLok Group

Yassin Kampung

Zaffron Kitchen


Not all shops will open in Phase 2. Here are some shops that will remain close in Phase 2. Some are permanently closed.

Uniqlo falls under the shops that are allowed to open. However, they chose to play safe by preparing the stores for a safe and comfortable shopping experience. 

Indoor Playgrounds
While outdoor playgrounds are allowed to open, all indoor playgrounds including the ones at the malls will remain close during this period.

Arcade centres are considered as an indoor attraction. As such they will not join in the opening for Phase 2.

Attractions will remain close for Phase 2. Indoor attractions such as idly, Flower Dome at Gardens By The Bay will remain close. Outdoor attractions such as Zoo, Universal Studios will remain close.

Permanently Closed
Sadly, these shops could not survive the onslaught of Covid19. It's time to bid farewell to these shops that once called Singapore home.

DC Super Heroes Cafe Marina Bay Sands
They will be closed permanently and not open for Phase 2.

Espirit announced exit for June 30. It is uncertain that it will open on June 19 for clearance sale if any

Kidzania will leave Singapore as announced on June 16

Muji ( Marina Square Only)

Other than the retailers, smaller restaurants will also shutter permanently and will not open for Phase 2

  • High Steaks
  • Breko Cafe
  • The Chophouse
  • Hops & Berries
  • Long Time Ago
  • Meats N Malts
  • Purple Turtle
  • Chi Kinjo
  • Lounge 7
  • The Botanic Restaurant
  • Miss Chinatown
  • 7th Mile Seafood
  • Isetan Japan Food Town @ Wisma Atria
  • La Cantina in Venezia
  • Ministry of Food
  • Oromo Coffee
  • Spice World Hotpot
  • Tian Wei Seafood Zi Char Restaurant
  • Kuishin Bo
  • Jok Jok Mor Traditional Thai
  • SG Pho House
  • Coffee Break @ Singapore Science Park (outlets at Hong Lim and Amoy Street Food Centre still open)
  • Chinadoll

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