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Top 05 Shopping Streets in Singapore – Where to Indulge

Shopaholics know Singapore is a retail haven of many allures. The country offers a range of shopping options from ritzy malls to street markets and designer boutiques. Read on for a list of the best.


Orchard Road

This is the iconic shopping district of Singapore, which no serious shopper should miss. The precinct is home to a range of high-end malls, department stores, designer boutiques and fashion stores. Head over there and you will understand why Orchard Road is Singapore's most famous shopping district. Catering to all types of shoppers, from the well-heeled to the budget conscious, Orchard Road offers a range of low-cost apparel, house-ware, the best designer labels and high-end fashion. The street is an al-fresco entertainment zone, home to buskers, artists and performers, catering to the holiday atmosphere prevalent there.


Marina Bay

Marina Bay is tipped to be the most beautiful attraction in Singapore. The precinct is home to a small collection of top malls where the serious shopaholic is treated to the best in high-end designer brands. Mingling with the best in international designer labels are the less glitzy little shops which are quite interesting to browse, for local products and some very interesting finds. Marina Bay is just a short drive from Park Hotel Clarke Quay and is one of the best precincts to explore for entertainment, as well as, shopping. Easy to reach when staying at a hotel near Clarke Quay MRT Singapore, the shops here tend to stay open longer, which is 11.30 pm on weekends and 11 pm on weekdays.



Chinatown is going to be your most rewarding shopping precinct in Singapore. The place offers loads of character, colour, customs, traditions and local flavour. Ideal for those on a budget, Chinatown is best known for its selection of souvenirs, clothes and exotic spices; the prices are amazingly low, while the products serve as some very good mementoes. The best part about shopping in Chinatown is the bargaining, which when done right, will enable you to walk away with some seriously outrageous low prices on goods. Besides, all the shopping allure, one cannot forget the food, which is an essential part of your shopping experience in Chinatown.


Little India

Another fine example of why Singapore is such a great country, home to a multi-ethnic population, is Little India. Singapore's most colourful and vibrant district, Little India is considered a haven for all tourists' intent on shopping till they drop. The lanes and alleys are all easily connected making it easy to access the various shopping precincts within the district. On offer is a wide variety of goods such as jewellery, rich saree brocades, spices, flower garlands, silverware and much more. There the ever-popular Mustapha Shopping Centre is open 24 hours while other shops conduct business until 10 pm.



VivoCity is located at the HarbourFront; this precinct is lauded as Singapore's ultimate shopping and entertainment district. VivoCity is one of the country's largest malls, where you will find a store belonging to every top brand you can think of; besides the shopping, this mega-mall is a great entertainment venue.

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