Located on Petir Road, close to the intersection of Upper Bukit Timah Road and Bukit Panjang Road, Hillion Mall is a go-to shopping mall for people residing in the West of Singapore. The Midwood condo is located near to Johore and for nature lovers, this would be an ideal development as it is located near to Dairy Farm Nature Park. The Midwood Condo is also near to restaurants along Dempsey Hill and traveling is very convenient as it is located near to the Downtown Line.
Hillion Mall in Bukit Panjang Midwood
The mall offers a 240,000 sq ft area and hundreds of retail shops scattered across the 4 levels of the property. Apart from that, Hillion Residences Condominium is also located on top of the mall, making it a convenient living spot.
Though the mall offers various shops to visit, the most outstanding outlets are still the food and beverages stores that spread across every floor.
The populated area in basement 2 is the 24-hour supermarket, Fairprice. Most people coming into Fairprice to buy essential goods are those who are residing at Hillion Residences.
Right in front of Fairprice, you will see Stuff’d, which offers Mexican and Turkish dishes, besides that is Fragrance, a bak kwa shop.
Aside from those two, there are also plenty of food shops located in the basement that you should not miss when you visit the mall. Some outlets that you should are Ayam Penyet President, I Love Yoo!, Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert, Mugiya Bakery, Pastamania, Proofer Bakery and Pizzeria, Let’s Eat!, Han’s Restaurant, Men Men Don Don, Pizza Hut Express, Barcook Bakery, KOI, Nam Kee Pau, KFC, Ya Kun Kaya Toast, The Seafood Market Place by Song Fish, Eastern Rice Dumplings, and Pontian Wanton Noodles.
Hillion Mall Amenities and Food Available
Going up to basement 1, you will see that shops are more spacious than those in basement 2. There are vast options from local delicacies to foreign food chains up to deserts and refreshments. Check out Ilao Ilao, M(-a-)ki San, Saizeriya, Long John Silver’s, Kraftwich, McDonald’s, and Starbucks Coffee.
Moving to level 1, you may opt to try Sushi Express, Kowloon Bay, Danro Collagen Hotpot Buffet, My Izakaya, Dian Xiao Er, Tian Bao Szechuan Kitchen, A-One Claypot House, My Briyani House, Meni-ichi, Tuk Tuk Cha, and Yuba Hut.
If you’re into Korean dishes, you will surely enjoy the narrow stretch of Seoul street. It comprises food stores such as Ha Jun Korean Restaurant and Daessiksin Korean BBQ Buffet.
If you are on a budget and prefer cheaper meals, the food court area on level 1 is the perfect place for you.
There is a pedestrian from the mall that will lead you to the Bukit Panjang LRT and MRT. Apparently, there is also access towards the Bukit Panjang bus interchange.