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Unlike the average Singapore shopping centre, Tekka Place blends heritage, tradition and excellence by offering luxurious dining options for foodies, exciting events, extensive retail options for shopaholics, dazzling entertainment and great convenience for both tourists and travellers. It is a place where heritage and cultural traditions merge with an ultramodern lifestyle to give an exquisite shopping experience in Singapore.




Are you looking for a different shopping experience? Be part of a new development that stands out in Singapore’s retail landscape. Located at the fringe of the arts and heritage district, Tekka Place is poised to revolutionize the way we shop, dine, live and play. Boasting the most strategic location in Little India, it’s set to be the new face of an area rich in culture yet offering the best of modernity. Tekka Place is a shopping mall in Singapore which provides a lush space for a fresh and creative experience waiting for visitors to discover!

Aside from its diverse shopping options, Tekka Place is also surrounded by hotels near Little India and Rochor MRT, with available accommodation just above the mall at Citadines Rochor Singapore. If you are on an adventure, dropping by at Tekka Place will surely be worth your time with the accommodations easily settled.

Discover something amazing at Tekka Place today!

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Tekka Place presents exciting promotions and electrifying events for its visitors and travellers. Delight in diverse, entertaining events and promotions from the different shops here. At Tekka Place, there’s always a room for fun and enjoyment for you and your family and friends!

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Tekka Place delivers an enriching shopping experience with boutique and retail outlets that will surely complement your everyday lifestyle. Catch the latest and hottest clothing trends or find your ideal choice for a stylish appearance that you’ve always desired!

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