Tampines 1 is a shopping mall in the east of Singapore located beside the Tampines. The mall opened on 9 April 2009, construction began in March 2007 after the DBS Tampines Centre filled with Spotlight was demolished.
The mall, spread over five storeys and one basement, is the first suburban mall in Singapore with a dedicated swimming pool. The shopping mall is easily accessible as it is located in the heart of the Tampines Regional Centre, where Tampines MRT station and Tampines Bus Interchange are situated very close to the mall. It is also located next to Century Square Shopping Centre as well as Tampines Mall.
In 2012, with the Manpuku closure, it was replaced by Daiso, and Sony Style was replaced by MOF My Izakaya (later renamed to MOF Danro in 2016). MUJI replaced More Than Words store.
The Payless ShoeSource was replaced by Sephora in 12 October 2014. Later on, with the Topshop closure, it was being replaced by The Editor's Market, and with the Forever New closure, it was replaced by UOB Bank.
The total development cost of the project was estimated to be S$450 million and was upgraded from 17 March 2012 to 10 November 2012. New tenant mix is MOF (My Izakuya), MUJI and Daiso.
On 13 April 2019, shoppers at the mall were shocked when the bottom steps of the moving escalator collapsed. Four people were boarded when the accident occurred. It was the bottom parts already broken. The stroller wheels that are not folded are the culprit, with rules including the push-carts must be folded.
- The first suburban mall with a dedicated Swimming Pool
- Wildlife-Themed Rooftop Water Playground
- International & Local Fashion Labels
- European Inspired Basement Piazza
- Loft Style Shops and Restaurants
- MOF My Izakuya
- UOB Bank
- The Editor's Market
- New Look
- Pepper Lunch
- Sushi Express
- Awfully Chocolate