List Headline Image
Updated by Caleb Falcon on Feb 18, 2017
 REPORT
Caleb Falcon Caleb Falcon
Owner
10 items   5 followers   0 votes   62 views

Top Singapore Shopping Destinations: Shoppers’ Paradise

Boasting lavish malls and quaint ethnic districts, Singapore's shopping destinations are as diverse as the city's demography. Offering an array of shopping destinations, Singapore has something for everyone.

1

Orchard Road

Orchard Road

The famous Orchard Road is synonymous with shopping in Singapore. The numerous shops and shopping malls that line the street offer visitors a range of shopping, dining and leisure activities including Art Galleries, cinemas and entertainment facilities. Popular shopping destinations include the ION Orchard Mall, Paragon and the Cathay Cineleisure Orchard which is built on a movie-set theme accommodating lifestyle retail shops and some of Singapore's best cinemas and e-gaming centers. With many available Serviced Apartments on Orchard Road Singapore, guests can enjoy shopping facilities at their doorstep.

2

ION Orchard

ION Orchard

Operational since 2009, the ION Orchard is a retail and residential development complex in Singapore's famous Orchard Road. The mall's 8 floors houses over 300 high-end retail brands, an Art and Exhibition Gallery, Restaurants and Food Court while ION Sky in the mall's 56-storey tower has an observation deck. Situated on Orchard Road, Somerset Orchard Singapore will allow easy access to the mall.

3

Haji Lane

Haji Lane

With an array of trendy boutiques, both old and new, lining the street, Haji Lane is the place to buy vintage and designer items from Singapore's emerging designers. The ideal place to find rare collectibles and limited-edition clothes and accessories, Haji Lane is also where the Straits Record regional music album boutique is located.

4

Mustafa Centre

Mustafa Centre

Little India's popular shopping complex, the Mustafa Centre spans two buildings and offers 24 hour shopping and is the one-stop-shop for anything ranging from ethnic jewellery to electronics.

5

Bugis Junction

Bugis Junction

A unique shopping district, Bugis Street has almost 800 shops making it the largest street shopping location in Singapore. A cobblestone street between the buildings of Bugis Junction Shopping Complex, the Bugis Square houses a dancing fountain surrounded by restaurants, shops and entertainment outlets. Visit the Bugis Street to buy items at bargain prices.

6

VivoCity

VivoCity

Located across from Sentosa Island at the Harbourfront precinct, Vivocity is Singapore's largest mall and houses artwork, an open-air playground and a roof-top amphitheatre offering breathtaking views of Sentosa. The Mall is home to Singapore's largest cinema complex with 15 screens along with one of the largest cinema screens in Asia. The mall also has two large Food Courts, gym, spas, restaurants and dance clubs.

7

Sim Lim Square

Sim Lim Square

A short distance from Little India, Sim Lim Square is Singapore's electronic and IT hub. The 6-storey electronics plaza is any tech-savvy shopper's dream with a range of electronic products being found there at competitive prices. Also visit FinanDigitalLife Mall, Sim Lim Square's more up-market competitor and Asia's leading IT shopping mall.

8

ChinaTown

ChinaTown

With more than 200 stalls, ChinaTown offers a wide selection of Chinese- inspired collectible items for sale. Visit the Chinese-themed department store Yue Hwa, The Majestic, OG People's Park and browse through ChinaTown's street markets, the Tanjong Pagar and Pearl's Centre.

9

Ann Siang Road

Ann Siang Road

Located on the edge of ChinaTown lined with colourful buildings showcasing old-world charm, Ann Siang Road is a boho-creative hub of fashion boutiques, pastry shops and bookstores.

10

Sungei Road Thieves Market

Sungei Road Thieves Market

Singapore's oldest flea market has been around since the 1930s and remains a popular shopping destination with over 400 vendors selling arrange of items at competitive prices. It is also known as the birthplace of the famous 'Sungei Road Laksa', a local spicy noodle soup.