Where to shop in Singapore

Shopping for high street fashion? Looking to strike a bargain on some exotic home décor? Whatever be on your shopping list, Singapore has many options for you. Here is a quick guide on where to satisfy your appetite for shopping on your next Singapore visit.

1.Orchard Street

Why you should visit: This road has the highest density of shopping malls in the region. Ideal for those who are short on time. Plenty of entertainment and restaurant options.
What to buy: Stock up on the best designer and high street fashion labels.

Where to stay: Affordable apartment rentals near Orchard Street

Ion Orchard

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2.Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

Why you should visit: Great atmosphere. Exclusive boutiques. A mammoth 800,000 square feet area ensures you have plenty of options. Restaurants run by some of the biggest celebrity chefs.
What to buy: Clothing from High-end luxury brands. Jewellery. Branded watches.

Where to stay: Apartments near the Marina bay at the fraction of a cost of hotels.


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3.Mandarin Gallery

Why you should visit: If you are looking for something different and are tired of the typical mall merchandise, head to Mandarin Gallery. Over 100+ stores and some lip smacking food.
What to buy- More exclusive fashion merchandise from established and upcoming independent designers.

Mandarin Gallery

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4.Pagoda Street in Chinatown

Why you should visit: You will enjoy walking through rows and rows of shops selling products at throwaway prices.
What to buy – Antique furniture, Lacquerware, attractive souvenirs, Collectibles, spices, really cheap clothing.

Where to stay : Here is some budget accommodation near Chinatown

Pagoda St Chinatown

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5.Mustafa Centre in Little India

Why you should visit: Truly different shopping experience. A variety of household items you may need as well as ones you never knew existed. You will be surprised at the sheer volume of goods in this one store.
What to buy – Electronic products at great prices. Innovative household gadgets.

Mustafa Centre
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6.Haji Lane

Why you should visit: It is where young Singaporeans shop. Relaxed atmosphere. Amazing street graffiti. Chance to enjoy a cup of mint tea or smoke shisha
What to buy – Cult labels and vintage clothing. Lots of off-beat boutiques.

Haji Lane

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7.Holland Village

Why you should visit: Best place to experience the bohemian side of Singapore. Laid back atmosphere with lesser tourists and more expats and young Singaporeans.
What to buy: Art, handicrafts, gifts, second-hand books, home furnishings and offbeat fashion.


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Gear up for your shopping trip without worrying about spending a lot on accommodation. HomeAway has some convenient yet affordable places to stay near Singapore’s favourite shopping districts.

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