This McDonald’s outlet at Queensway has been the perfect spot for some awesome Insta-worthy pics for many people. There would be dozens of people each day heading there just to take some photos! Unfortunately, they will be closed from now until August 5 for upgrading works. While this is sad news, it also means that they might be improving the place. Hopefully, it looks better than before!
Japanese-Themed Outlet At Queensway Closes
For the past few days, residents of Queensway have seen that their local McDonald’s has been boarded up with signs that promise upgrades. While there has been no official statement by McDonald’s as of yet, there are signboards nearby explaining the sudden closure.
The McDonald’s location is within the Ridout Tea Garden. The garden, formerly known as the “Queenstown Japanese Garden,” serves as a leisure and recreation destination for residents. However, a fire in 1978 destroyed the majority of the iconic garden. In 1980, the Housing Development Board completely rebuilt a new garden. It has become the current Japanese-themed garden with a tea kiosk and a pavilion.
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Look Out For Updates On McDonald’s Queensway Outlet!
Do note that there has not been any official announcement as of yet. We suggest residents of Queensway head to other outlets for the time being. Do check for more updates on their Facebook and Instagram. Find other closer outlets here.
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