DON DON DON, DONKI~

Don Don Donki
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If the song isn’t stuck in your head, it just means you haven’t gone to the Don Don Donki at Orchard Central. Or maybe you’re just one of the veteran shoppers that listen to your own music as you shop.

If you haven’t been to Don Don Donki, you live in Sengkang is it?

This 2-storey wonderland practically brings Japan to Singapore. They have (almost) everything you want, need and never knew you needed, like the insanely popular roasted sweet potato. (Sweet potato never eat before meh?)

Image Credit: Yelp

Really though, I love Don Don Donki and the best part is that it never closes. NEVER CLOSES leh. It makes 7-11 look like a joke.

Don Don Donki
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Don Don Donki
Image Credit: Don Don Donki

So if you love Don Don Donki as much as I do but you’re low to middle SES like me and don’t travel to Orchard everyday, then you’d be glad to know that the Don Don Don-team (don’t quote me on this) have heard our low SES complains and are opening a 2nd outlet at Tanjong Pagar!

Don Don Don, Don’t You Wish Your NTUC Was Hot Like Me?

I’ll get straight to the point.

The 2nd outlet will be opening in 100AM Mall at Tanjong Pagar on 14 June 2018 at 10am.

Don Don Donki
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This is their 2nd outlet in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Got budget to open another outlet in Southeast Asia, chooses Singapore TWICE. Exclusive dao~

Unique to the 100AM outlet is the “Japan Mobile Foods” retail concept that’s specially curated to cater for the office crowd and working professionals in the Central Business District.

Think Roasted Sweet Potato, Grilled Corn, Fruit Juices, Coffee, Gelato and other food that can be eaten on the go with one hand.

Don Don Donki
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There will also be special promotions on the opening day, as well as games, freebies and giveaways.

So if you’re a kiasu auntie or a curious cat, then gird your loins because this is the closest thing Singapore is going to have to a Black Friday sale rush.

Well, at least this outlet is MUCH nearer to me. Don Don Don’t Shove Me~

Don Don Donki (100AM Mall)
Address: 100AM Mall Levels 2 & 3, 100 Tras Street, Singapore 079027
Website

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