Earlier this month, FeedMeMalaysia asked you about what are your reasons to go to shopping malls and we have gathered a huge response from people in Singapore and Malaysia.
Having 4124 respondents from both countries (2,103 Malaysia; 2,021 Singapore), the number one reason why you love going to the malls is that you want to “escape the heat and chill in the mall”. About 20% of the Malaysian and Singaporean respondents said that is their primary reason.
16% of Malaysian respondents said their most common intention to go the mall is to watch a movie but only 7% of Singaporean respondents reported similarly.
Singaporeans (16%) said meeting friends in the mall is their most common reason, while only 7% Malaysians meet their friends in the mall.
When asked how often you go to the mall, 15% of Singaporean respondents said they visit the mall everyday, only 5% of Malaysian respondents visit it daily.
Most respondents visit the mall once a week − 37% for Malaysians; 46% for Singaporeans.
We also asked what are the reasons shoppers prefer to go to a specific mall instead of another, most respondents said it is because the mall has more retail options. Here is a full breakdown of the result of both countries combined:
What makes you decide to go to a specific mall instead of another?
- 34.71% – It has more retail options
- 28.99% – It’s closer to me
- 10.65% – It has better ambience
- 9.86% – It’s easier to get there by public transport
- 5.33% – It has better restaurants
- 4.54% – It’s easier to get a parking
- 3.94% – It has a more fitting movie showing time
- 1.97% – It has cheaper parking
It is worthy to note that 10% of Singaporeans think public transport convenience to the mall is their main reason why they opt for a specific mall, while only 2% of Malaysians think that way.
For both Malaysians and Singaporeans, the period where they spend the most in the mall is during the sales (33% Malaysians; 36% Singaporeans).
31% of Malaysians spend the most during festive shopping, 21% for Singaporeans; 13% for Malaysians who just receive their bonus, 5% for Singaporeans; 2% Malaysians before school opening, 5% for Singaporeans; and among others.
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