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Where: There is a smaller, more inconspicuous baby room at Basement 1 (near the toilets at the end of the corridor where all the pushcarts / supermarket are) and a larger baby room at Level 3 (it’s along the main corridor with a large colourful sign, you won’t miss it).

Separation: At both baby care room, there is a private nursing cubicle separated from diaper-changing area by door with lock.

Beauty: The one in basement 1 is simple with a comfortable sofa inside the nursing cubicle with no place for companions to wait.

The one at Level 3 has two wooden chairs inside the nursing cubicle, either for companions to wait or for sharing with another mummy if you are not shy. There are chairs for waiting outside, as well as several diaper changing stations.

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Power point: There are power points in the nursing cubicle on Level 3, but none in Basement 1.

Water dispenser: None

Additional feature: There is a high chair available inside the Babys Room on Level 3.


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Supposed to be a stay-home mom, but hates staying home. Definition of parenting is bringing the boys out for 'experiential learning' in Singapore, Japan and wherever else in the world her husband can afford to pay for.

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