IMM Mall is a mall located within walking distance and visible from Jurong East. There is a free shuttle bus service that ferries visitors between the MRT station and the mall and another service between International Business Park (IBP) and the mall.
It is a five-storey mall with Template:Convert of retail space. It opened for business in 1991. The mall is owned by CapitaMall Trust. The mall has capacity for 248 retail outlets and 388 non-retail. Tenants of the mall include Giant Hypermarket and Daiso department store.
There is a free shuttle bus service that ferries visitors to and from JCube as well as Westgate at 10-15 minute intervals, which are both shopping centres located around the same region. The free shuttle bus service is also available at the International Business Park and shuttle buses arrive at a 10 minute interval. Alternatively, to get to IMM, visitors can get down at the IMM Building bus stop which is served by bus services 52, 105, 188, 188R, 333, 502 and 990.
In May 2012, IMM began a $30 million project to attract tourists. These outlet stores include brands like Adidas, Agnes b., Billabong, Bossini, City Chain, Clarks, Coach, Converse, Cotton On, Crocs, ECCO, Furla, G2000, GEOX, Goldlion, Hush Puppies, Kappa, Minoshe, New Balance, Nine West, Puma, Rockport, Sacoor, Samsonite, Timberland and Winter Time.
There was a shootout simulation on 27 October 2014 at IMM during Exercise Heartbeat 2014, which is an emergency preparedness exercise held once a year. There was a shootout where gunmen shooting a lot of civilians. This was followed by a car explosion at Blk 287A Jurong East Street 21.
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