AMK Hub (Abbreviation for Ang Mo Kio Hub; Simplified Chinese: 宏茂桥城) is a suburban shopping mall located in Ang Mo Kio, within the North-East Region of Singapore. It is connected to Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange which is linked to Ang Mo Kio MRT station via an underpass. The shopping mall has 48,250 square metres of gross floor area and Template:Convert of retail space.[1]


AMK Hub is built on the former site of the old Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange and the Oriental Emporium (Block 701), the original AMK Hub was intended to be a mixed used development consisting of a residential development and an office tower with the new Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange on the ground level, set to be completed in 2004. However, shortly after demolition works to the old Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange, the old contractor went bust, thus the site remained abandoned for two years. Meanwhile, the Singapore Labour Foundation (the then owner of AMK Hub) made changes to the proposed development, from a mixed used development to a small shopping complex by the Lum Chang Building, which will host a hypermarket, a new bus interchange, an 8 screen cineplex, and more than 100 specialty shops. The mall was completed in July 2007.

During the closure of former Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange, at the site of present AMK Hub, the underpass gradually closed. It was closed for 4 years since 2003 and has opened following the opening of AMK Hub.


  • Ajisen Ramen
  • Bossini
  • Burger King
  • Cathay Cineplex
  • Challenger
  • Cheers
  • Coffee Kaki
  • Cotton On
  • Code Red
  • Design & Comfort
  • Dunkin' Donut
  • Fish & Co
  • Fitness First
  • G2000
  • Giordano
  • Heavenly Wang
  • Hush Puppies
  • Ichiban Sushi
  • Kiddy Palace
  • Levi's
  • MOF My Izakaya
  • MOS Burger
  • New ManLee Bak Kut Teh
  • NTUC FairPrice Xtra
  • NTUC Foodfare
  • Old Chang Kee
  • Pepper Lunch
  • Rubi Shoes
  • Subway
  • Swensen's
  • The Body Shop
  • Toast Box
  • Typo
  • Watsons


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