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Top 6 Best Shopping in Little India – Highlights for the Shopping Enthusiast

The city-state of Singapore is renowned for its remarkable shopping opportunities. Visitors should take the chance to visit the quarter known as Little India which offers many interesting experiences for avid shoppers.


Mustafa Centre

The well-known Mustafa Centre will be a great place to commence your shopping tour of Little India. In fact, this mall is one of Singapore's famed shopping attractions, being frequented by locals carrying out their grocery shopping in addition to a myriad of curious tourists. This mall which is open 24 hours offers five storeys filled with goods of every description, all for comparatively modest prices. At the Mustafa Centre, you will find goods like clothes, watches, electronics, foodstuffs, household products, and so on.


Tekka Centre

Another popular shopping venue in Little India would be the Tekka Centre. This shopping complex is renowned throughout Singapore due to its numerous hawker stalls, selection of inexpensive clothing stalls and the wet market located downstairs. You will find that this bright orange and yellow coloured warehouse will be a great place for buying bulk amounts of produce at appealing prices, or for quality materials and fabrics. Your shopping experience here may be completed by enjoying some of the tasty hawker food that is plentifully available.


Sim Lim Square

This vast technology-oriented mall may be considered to be the biggest mall for IT in the entirety of Singapore. Here you will find an expansive multiplex containing computers, phones, cameras, TVs, audio equipment and gadgets spread across almost 200 stores on six levels. You will find that the choices here are extensive, and the prices very attractive. You will be able to avail yourself of even lower prices if you engage in some bargaining here. If you tire of the endless sea of gadgets, you will have the opportunity to replenish your energies at one of the attractive cafes and restaurants you will find here.


City Square Mall

You will find that City Square Mall offers a relatively refined Little India shopping experience when compared with the heat and bustling activity of some other shopping options in the locality. City Square Mall has been billed as the first 'eco-mall' in Singapore, as it is surrounded by an appealing park and features a garden on the rooftop. At this mall, you will find more than 200 shops which include clothing stores as well as electronics brands. When it comes to a hotel near MRT Singapore which is also walking distance from this mall, an accommodation choice to consider would be Park Hotel Farrer Park.


Chandna Mart

At Little India's Serangoon Road you will find liquor stores with similar characteristics; they are usually owned by people of Chinese descent, and contain plenty of spirits with exotic names you are unfamiliar with, for sale at rock-bottom prices. Of these perhaps the best would be Chandna Mart, which is a shop with a long history selling alcohol and traditional medicines. The friendly owner will be pleased to provide suggestions regarding which liquor you should choose, or what remedy you should select for your ailments.


Little India Arcade

The Little India Arcade is a colourful and attractive array of stores that occupy what were former shophouses. Located in the heart of Little India, this arcade features a number of winding alleyways that contain a good collection of shops containing all manner of Indian goods. These include dried spices and herbs, traditional attire, showy accessories, interesting artworks, sweets and incense. You will also have the opportunity to try out your bargaining skills on the fresh foodstuffs or the electrical goods on offer.

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