North-East folks can enjoy Decathlon’s experience store in Punggol Northshore Plaza, opening on Oct 29.
If you’re a sport lover living in the North-East, here’s some good news for you!
Decathlon will be opening their sixth experience store in Punggol Northshore Plaza on Oct 29. The latest store will take up two levels, featuring 19 test and innovation zones.
The new Decathlon outlet located directly beside Samudera LRT station will offer over 5,000 sports products from over 60 different sports.
New Decathlon Store Opening at Northshore Plaza | Decathlon Singapore
We are opening our Sixth Experience Store @ Northshore Plaza 1 on 29th October, Friday! 🎉 Step into our second duplex store, which will feature innovative product testing zones, our first-ever Instagrammable mural, and more 👟 #DecathlonSG #DecathlonNorthshore #HumansofDecathlonPosted by Decathlon Singapore on Tuesday, 28 September 2021
There will also be a Sport Singapore’s Active Health Discovery zone where you can use their interactive self-assessment kiosks or even take part in regular workshops conducted by Active Health coaches.
Amy Chong, Division Head of Active Healths says: “Active Health hopes to empower the community to take ownership of their own health and keep active. The self-assessment kiosks are a good tool for any individual to understand more about their fitness levels and gain appropriate tips to suit their lifestyle and their level of readiness.
“We have received encouraging feedback from participants who went through the assessments and we look forward to contributing towards growing the sporting community in Northshore.”
In line with sustainability efforts, you can also enjoy other new features like a running track made of recycled shoes and a phone charging station which only works if you cycle.
Skaters can bring their own skateboards and helmets to be customised, guided by professional art facilitators.
More exciting deals and lucky draws await early birds so mark your calendars and head down to Punggol Northshore Plaza from Oct 29 to Oct 31.
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