Photo credit: GR.ID

New entertainment-centric mall GR.iD opens at Dhoby Ghaut

Beyond just a place to shop and dine, GR.iD hopes to be a space for youths to connect and chill with friends.

Shannon Kuan

Weird talents include playing the violin, but with a ukulele and a clothes hanger.

Published: 15 February 2022, 1:55 PM

Entertainment-centric retail podium GR.iD – short for Great Identities – officially opened its doors on Saturday (Feb 12) at 1 Selegie Road.

The 92,000 square feet of retail space spans across six levels and features various tenants categorised into three different concepts — eater-tainment, edu-tainment, and retail-tainment.


The “Tetris” inspired architecture represents the playful energy GR.iD exudes with its entertainment and youth-centric concepts. PHOTO CREDIT: GR.ID


Foodies can look forward to a range of cuisines such as warm hot pot from Chong Qing Xiao Mu Deng, creative Asian Tapas and Japanese Fusion Dishes from Kamikaze Asian Tapas Bar, and authentic Korean corn dogs from CHUNZ.

Those who simply want light snacks or drinks can enjoy craft-beer from Grain Works, refreshing coconut blends and shakes from Super Coco, handcrafted gelato from ICEBAR, and many more!


Kamikaze at GR.iD offers both indoor and outdoor dining concepts. PHOTO CREDIT: GR.ID


After eating, fun activities are available for play such as a friendly darts competition with friends at Darts Legend, or even live action role play surrounded with suspense and mystery at Loading (LARP Game).

Thrift shoppers may be interested in the weekend pop-up flea market — Fleawhere by INVADE, selling an array of local artisan products from cute clothes to trendy memorabilia.

Those with more active hobbies are also in for a treat!

If you’re looking to hone your golf skills, GOLFTEC Singapore offers a simulation that lets you see real-time video and motion measurement to enhance your training using proprietary Motion Measurement Technology.

MADDspace (Music, Art, Drama & Dance) has a wide range of singing, dancing and acting classes for preschoolers all the way to youths. From show choir to K-Pop dance programmes, trial classes begin at $28.


Music isn’t simply just an activity at Green Drum, who lets you play the drums on recycled materials to have some eco-friendly fun. PHOTO CREDIT: GREEN DRUM


There are also workout programmes with 10 different battleground formats available at The Battleground, to keep one engaged and energised.

If you are looking for a new hangout spot for you and your friends, GR.iD just might be calling your name!

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