Fashion retail chain TEMT will be going out of business in Singapore in mid-June 2021.
No reason was given for why their business is shutting down.
There are only two TEMT stores in Singapore. One is located at Paya Lebar Quarter and the other is in Jurong Point.
Sale at Paya Lebar outlet
In view of this new announcement, TEMT has also announced that it is having a sale at its Paya Lebar outlet starting May 17.
All of its items will have "large discounts", said TEMT.
TEMT is known for a range of clothing, from dresses to accessories, at relatively affordable pieces.
In its statement, TEMT also thanked its loyal customers for the past eight years.
You can read the full statement here:
Reduced mall capacity
Occupancy limits at public places such as shopping malls and showrooms have been reduced from the limit of 10sqm per person of Gross Floor Area (GFA), to 16sqm per person, after Singapore entered "Phase 2 (Heightened Alert)" from May 16.
Space Out, a website by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) in collaboration with retail mall operators, allows users to check crowd levels before heading down to malls and other public places, such as supermarkets, post offices, and markets.
Apart from mall data, the website also allows for users to see the crowd levels for supermarkets, post offices and markets as well.
Top images via TEMT/FB & Google Maps.