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Most Popular Shopping Streets in Singapore – Promenades and Retail Therapy

Singapore undoubtedly is a top shopping destination that offers variety and quality. Here is a list of popular shopping streets you should look to visit when here.


Orchard Road

A boulevard of unbroken retail therapy promises, Orchard Road has risen from humble beginnings of being a hawking street to become Singapore's most famous shopping street filled with fashionable shops. The street houses a number of megamalls where shoppers can pick branded items, ethnic ware and designer labels. Several high end restaurants serve up delicious concoctions to entice the palate and the eyes. Upscale salons offer hair, body and nail treatment of the indulgent kind. There are plenty of cafes to lounge while sipping a creamy cappuccino and a few art galleries for the art lovers. To enjoy all that Singapore has to offer in terms of shopping as a lifestyle, book your stay at a hotel apartment in Singapore which will offer comfort and convenient access to the shopping streets like Orchard Road. There are plenty of such accommodation choices like Citadines Fusionopolis Singapore.


Haji Town

Haji Town is the hipster quarter of Singapore's shopping culture where chic clothing items and vibrant wall paintings create an atmosphere of fun and frolic of a daring and a mischievous kind. The streets in Haji Town are full of vintage shops as well as picturesque boutique style stalls where you can browse through a collection of glam dress shirts, and chic dresses. You could pick a few items a la mode Paris and New York in the streets of Haji Town. The streets provide ample photo opportunities to the discerning traveller.


Chinatown Street

This part of Singapore offers an assortment of arts and crafts shops, beautiful clothes, traditional candle sticks and much more. Once you've had your fill of Chinese inspired wares, you can sample the flavoursome snacks from roadside stalls.


Little India

The streets of little India are a riot of colours that unashamedly beckons visitors to sate their desires for food, electric gear and clothing. According to popular belief Little India offers the cheapest clothing items in Singapore. The electronics shops inter-mingle with the shops that sell traditional Indian garments including yards of beautiful silk sarees. If you get hungry, there are the curry houses that sell steaming spice infused dishes.


Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay offers an entirely different experience with waterside restaurants where you can buy gourmet food and pair expensive wine with your meals. In the night, Clarke Quay comes to life with ample entertainment for the night owls' while the beautifully hued streets create perfect settings for promenades. The area also contains a few malls for the avid shoppers.


Bugis Street Market

Not too far away from Little India lies the Bugis Street Market, where 800 odd stalls are covered with a single massive roof. At Bugis Street Market, visitors can find all sorts of electronic gadgets and clothing items. The small cafes and friendly eateries provide delicious sustenance to power any shopping spree.

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