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Where:  There are several nursing rooms scattered around the newly renovated mall, near most of the toilets.

Separation:  Nursing cubicle is separated from diaper-changing area by curtains.

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Cleanliness: Good

Beauty: The nursing rooms are nicely decorated with wallpaper and cute pictures of milk bottles and prams.

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Some nursing rooms are larger than others.  The one I visited on the first storey is huge and there are two sofas inside the nursing area, probably for your companion.

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The smaller nursing rooms only has one sofa inside the nursing area, but there is another sofa outside so that your companion can sit comfortably while waiting.

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Power point: Some of the nursing rooms have power point inside the nursing area.  The big nursing room on Level 1 doesn’t have, but another the nursing room I visited on Level 3 has. (You can see it from the picture above.)

Water dispenser: Hot and cold water dispenser available in each nursing room.


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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.

3Comments

  1. […] Honestly, i wouldn’t nurse in a room with such a bad smell. I suggest hopping over to use the newly revamped nursing rooms at Causeway Point instead. But still, I appreciate the effort of NLB to install a nursing room at a library, and it […]

  2. […] Honestly, i wouldn’t nurse in a room with such a bad smell. I suggest hopping over to use the newly revamped nursing rooms at Causeway Point instead. But still, I appreciate the effort of NLB to install a nursing room at a library, and it […]

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