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Times Bookstore is a chain of bookstores in Singapore which is part of the Times Publishing Group, a unit of Fraser and Neave, [1] which started in Singapore in 1978.


Current operations

There are currently Times Bookstore stores throughout Singapore (6 as Times Bookstore [2] and 1 Times Travel at Changi Airport) and Macau (1 Times Bookstore at The Venetian Macao).

Former operations

Times Bookstore opened at Lippo Karawaci Lippo Supermall in Indonesia in 2008 [3] Lippo Supermall location has since closed [4] and second location at Universitas Pelita Harapan was converted to Books and Beyond in 2012. [5]

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