The Singapore mall report: The successful, the struggling and the suburban

(Clockwise from left) Ion Orchard, Far East Plaza and Jem. PHOTOS: SHIN MIN DAILY NEWS, LIANHE ZAOBAO
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SINGAPORE - A look at the three main types of malls and what they are doing right or wrong.

The likes of Ion Orchard, Takashimaya and Orchard Central seem to be doing just fine, with bustling queues to enter almost daily and new tenants moving in and out.

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