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What to Shop in Singapore

Usually when you go out for a holiday trip or fun trip, you want to buy some memoirs for your friends and relatives. Since Singapore is a shopper’s paradise you often shop in a way as if you would not get a second chance. To make your shopping a pleasure, Singapore has many shopping joints and malls where you can shop according to your pocket size – cheap stuff on cheap rates!

Little India

Mustafa Market - All the daily use stuff including souvenirs for family. It is a good place for shopping stuff on cheap rates.

Sim Lim Square, Funan DigitaLife Mall - Computers and electronic items

Little India Arcade – A large variety of Indian clothing and accessories on very affordable prices. You can also find some good sweetshops here.

Serangoon Road - Textiles, spices, jewellery, handicrafts and cheap Indian CDs.

Tekka Centre – A busy wet market known for fish, fowls and flowers

Arab Street - Chiffon and French lace, handicrafts, textiles and Thai silk


Another favourite point for shopping cheap stuff; garments, souvenirs, traditional crafts, silk, artifacts, waxed paper umbrellas, gold jewelry. Products of medical use like herbs and spices are also available here at good rates. Smith Street and Trangganu Street - gift items and stylish Chinese clothes

Orchard Road

The road has many malls and centres which specialize in different things.

Far East Shoping Plaza

Far East Shoping Plaza for high-street bargaining on most-modern clothes, gems and music CDs

Tanglin Shopping Centre

Tanglin Shopping Centre - Asian antiques along with exquisite Persian, Pakistani and Afghanistan carpets.

Hilton Shopping Gallery

Hilton Shopping Gallery is a retailer of designer clothes.

Ngee Ann City

Ngee Ann City - the largest mall has a variety of stores like Takashimaya which is a Japanese superstore. Annex at the Heeren Centre is a good place for vintage fashion wear, accessories and toys. A heaven for all music lovers as it also has Southeast Asia’s largest music superstore of HMV.


Centrepoint – home to Robinsons, the oldest departmental store; Delfi Orchard for Waterford crystal and Wedgewood china; Orchard Towers for Thai silk, leather and antiques.

Besides, Suntec City Mall at Marina Bay is a good place for shopping. Happy Kidz offers some good quality children’s apparel and maternity wear in the trendier style

Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay - known as one of the best flea markets

Thieves Market

Thieves Market – for shopping second-hand novelty items and handicrafts

Images of Singapore Shop

Images of Singapore Shop – Located at Sentosa Island, the shop offers everything from games to garments, unique souvenirs from all ethnic groups, and a comprehensive collection of books with topics ranging from local culture to Asian cuisine.

Duty Free shopping

To enjoy a duty-free shopping you are suggested to go to DFS Galleria that has a huge selection of local unique local specialties on which you get 100% guarantee.

Changi Airport

Changi Airport also is a good place for duty free shopping. After aircraft disembarkation you can shop at Duty Free stores located at all 3 terminals, where you find a wide range of perfumes, cosmetics, electronics and IT gadgets at duty free prices.

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