The mall consists a wide variety of stores caters to the needs and wants of the residents. There are many food and beverage outlets serving food from simple street fare to fine dining restaurants. A food court is located on the fifth level, with local, Korean and Japanese dishes. Books, music and stationary stores are located throughout the mall. There is also a Daiso store which opened before the renovation in 2011. The top floor, which was previously a Golden Village cinema and a children's pool, currently houses a bunch of tuition and enrichment centres such as Morris Allen English, Tien Hsia Language School and Kumon. Clothing and accessory shops make up the bulk of the shopping mall. There are casual and formal clothes, lingerie, winter clothing and many accessories. A supermarket, NTUC FairPrice is located on the basement level. It offers food products, household necessities and luxury items like alcohol. There are also many other shops like a dry cleaner, pet shops, opticians and hair salons.
East Point Mall is currently closed for major renovation works, since February 2013, and will be reopened in late 2014. The revamped mall will feature refreshing retail concepts, more F&B outlets and improved amenities.
Description of the location and accessibility
Eastpoint Mall is located at the heart of Simei Estate and is easily accessible by MRT and buses.
Many shops are in the vicinity of the mall. There is another Old Chang Kee outlet selling finger snacks, two hawker centers (NTUC Foodfare) and two 24-hour convenience stores (7-Eleven and Cheers).
Changkat Primary School, Changkat Changi Secondary School, ITE College East, Changi General Hospital, Changi Simei Community Centre and Simei MRT station are all less than 10 minutes away from the mall. There is a shuttle bus service between the shopping center and Changi General Hospital.