Raffles City giving away BE@RBRICK red packets and tote bags in celebration of Chinese New Year

Shoppers can also look out for an art exhibition, staycation deals and a mall overhaul.

Amanda Tan

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Published: 19 January 2022, 1:25 PM

Raffles City is giving away exclusive BE@RBRICK red packets and tote bags to shoppers at the mall from now till Feb 15. 

Shoppers have to spend at least $100 at the mall to get the red packets and at least $300 to get the tote bags. 

The mall is also holding an art exhibition in collaboration with Ode To Art Gallery to welcome the Year of the Tiger. The exhibition, which is free, is located at Garden Court Level 1.


Located in the middle of the mall, the exhibition is hard to miss. PHOTO CREDIT: RAFFLES CITY SINGAPORE


Titled ‘Journey of Joy’, the exhibition features 22 pieces of artwork from four renowned international artists – Coplu, Byun, Dae-Yong, Takashi Murakami and Wu Qiong. 

Prices for the artworks range from $4,500 to $35,000. 


From surrealist paintings by Coplu to highly-recognisable and iconic Doraemon prints by Takashi Murakami, these colourful artworks will surely boost your mood! PHOTO CREDIT: RAFFLES CITY SINGAPORE


Raffles City is also offering a ‘Shop & Stay’ staycation with Fairmont Singapore. Customers who book a room at the hotel will receive exclusive shopping privileges and vouchers from Mango and Urban Revivo. 

This limited-time only staycation deal will run from mid-February till the end of June. Daily room rates start from $350++ on weekdays and $430++ on weekends and public holidays.


Rooms are inclusive of breakfast for two adults and two kids (below 12) with complimentary free parking in Raffles City. PHOTO CREDIT: RAFFLES CITY SINGAPORE


Additionally, over the coming months, shoppers can look forward to more new specialty retail and large format stores as the mall undergoes an upgrade.

These include the soon-to-open Sephora as well as the latest newly-opened stores: Acqua di Parma, Calvin Klein’s 3-in-1 concept store, ELEMIS London and RATIONALE.

Marks & Spencer, which set foot into Raffles City 35 years ago, will also return with a brand new store concept. 

New escalators will also be installed at all three levels to enhance the accessibility for shoppers.  

General Manager of Raffles City Singapore, Steve Ng, said: “As we welcome the Year of the Tiger, Raffles City is excited to celebrate the festivities with our shoppers with exclusive gifts with purchases, art exhibitions and new stores opening.

“Raffles City looks forward to presenting more retail and dining options, and more exclusive curated experiences such as unique staycations with Fairmont hotel for our shoppers in the months to come.”

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