Shopping in Singapore
Singapore is a great commercial utopia, filled with shopping complexes, mega malls, street-side flea markets and more. You can bargain and make lightning deals for trinkets, jewelry, souvenirs and electronic items. Here are some fabulous shopping haunts you shouldn’t miss.
- Orchard Road: ION Orchard and Pristine shopping complexes for designer brands; Far East Asia for cheap and good fashion goods; and Lucky Plaza for bargains.
- Chinatown: Chinatown Street Market and Sago streets for Chinese silk cloth, jewelry, herbal medicines, candles, artwork and Chinese eateries.
- Little India: Little India - a delicious mix of ethnic colors, tastes, smells and a curious cacophony of Indian music, temple bells and varied accents.
- Bugis Street Market: 800 stalls of electronics, cheap clothes and eateries, under one roof
- VivoCity: Singapore’s largest market for high street stores, 15 cinema screens, open-air playground, rooftop amphitheater, art gallery and plenty of bars and restaurants.
- Haji Lane: Vintage stores selling Arabian cloth, artworks, wall paintings, carpets and more.
- Marina Bay Sands: Luxury shopping mall for international goods, perfumes and clothing
- Clarke Quay: Colorful nightlife and shopping along Central, Riverside Point and Great World City markets for high street and local goods
- Raffles City Shopping Centre: Fabulous high-street brands and dining options including a cheap food court in the basement.