Jubilee Entertainment Centre (currently Jubilee Square) in December 2006
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|Location||Ang Mo Kio, Singapore|
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|Address||61 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8, Singapore 569814|
|Opening date||August 15, 1996|
|Developer||Eng Wah Flim Pte Ltd|
|Management||Eng Wah Global|
|Owner||Eng Wah Global|
|No. of stores and services||30|
|No. of anchor tenants||3|
|Total retail floor area||30,000 square feet (2,800 m2)|
|No. of floors||4|
|Public transit access||Ang Mo Kio|
Jubilee Square, formerly Jubilee Entertainment Centre (Chinese: 银禧娱乐中心), is a shopping mall and a former entertainment centre at the Ang Mo Kio Town Centre.
Jubilee Cinema was one of the three cinemas opened for new Ang Mo Kio HDB town in 1979 by Eng Wah Organization, the other two cinemas being Broadway and New Crown/New Town are located at different parts of the town centre. The Jubilee Cinema is demolished in November 1994 for refurbishment.
In August 1996, the new 4 storey Jubilee Entertainment Centre was opened with a Miami-themed concept, adding various tenants such as Mos Burger, Pizza Hut, Guardian and Popular Bookstore and upgraded 4-hall cinema taking up the 3rd and 4th level.
In 9 December 2010, the cinema ceased operation together with another Eng Wah's Toa Payoh Entertainment Centre and was later renovated and converted into a simple shopping mall while the former cinema halls became a large, joint row of shops.
Following the renovation, it was renamed as Jubilee Square and reopened in October 2012, clearing up the cinema space for retail shops.
The mall is within walking distance from Ang Mo Kio MRT station, AMK Hub and easily accessible by bus services 50, 128 and 159.
- WE Cinemas
- "JUBILEE CINEMA AT ANG MO KIO AVENUE 8 (ANG MO KIO TOWN …". www.nas.gov.sg. Retrieved 2018-06-01.
- "ABOUT JUBILEE ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE".
- "MEET THE NEW JUBILEE SQUARE". Retrieved 2018-05-31.
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