Liang Court by the Singapore River
|Location||River Valley, Singapore|
|Address||177 River Valley Road, Singapore 179030|
|Management||AsiaMalls Management Pte Ltd|
|Owner||ARMF II (Liang Court) Pte Ltd|
|No. of stores and services||53|
|No. of anchor tenants||3|
|Total retail floor area||254,631 square feet (23,656.0 m2)|
|No. of floors||7|
|Public transit access||Fort Canning or |
Liang Court (Simplified Chinese: 亮阁, Traditional Chinese: 亮閣, Pinyin: Liàng Gé) is a shopping mall located in the vicinity of Clarke Quay, on the Singapore River. It is part of a mixed-use complex that includes the hotel Novotel Clarke Quay and Somerset Residences.
The complex was developed by companies owned by billionaire Goh Cheng Liang and his family. The mall opened in 1983, with main anchor tenant Daimaru and many other Japanese retailers. It was subsequently sold to Pidemco Land in 1999.
- The Straits Times, 21 January 1984, Page 25
- "Getting There". Liang Court.
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- "Open concept shopping at Singapore's latest shopping centre". Singapore Monitor. 9 November 1983.
- "Liang Court attracts 19 Japanese retailers". The Business Times. 20 October 1983.
- Chew Hui Min (19 January 2015). "ingapore's richest man Goh Cheng Liang: 5 things to know about the reclusive tycoon". The Straits Times.
- "Liang Court". AsiaMalls.
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