Shopping in Singapore City - authentic goods, best outlets, malls and boutiques

Skyline, Boat Quay, Singapore Bugis Street is the place with the highest concentration of shops in Singapore. Several decades ago, it was a red light district. Nowadays, the lively street is the location of hundreds of popular shops and large shopping centers. The famous Bugis Junction shopping center is also open on this street. It’s a great place to buy clothes and shoes by popular brands. Another excellent shopping center, Sim Lim Square, is open nearby. It offers popular gadgets, modern electronics, and computers.
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If you are in search of inexpensive clothes and interesting souvenirs, it may be right to follow the advice of numerous tourists and head to Chinatown. This part of the city will impress you not only with the variety of shops but also with its inimitable historic charm. The shops are open literally round the clock. In Chinatown, there are many stalls that offer incredibly cheap souvenirs. Interesting handmade items, traditional magnets, and T-shirts, as well as accessories in the national style, will not ruin your budget. This district is also famous for its affordable open air cafes. They should be your primary location if you want to try popular national dishes, including Peking Duck and steam dumplings.
Orchard Road is not just the biggest shopping street in Singapore, but also in whole Southeast Asia. First shops appeared on this street yet in the 30s of the previous century. Nowadays, the most prestigious shops in Singapore are open on Orchard Road. Many travelers enjoy visiting the futurist ION Orchard – the biggest Louis Vuitton store in the region is open in this shopping center. To buy cosmetics, you can visit TANGS that works for 80 years already and is considered the best cosmetic shop in the city. In order to buy inexpensive and trendy clothes, you can visit 313@Somerset. This shopping center offers apparel by popular European and Asian brands, including a large UNIQLO store. Copyright
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Little India is one of the most authentic and vibrant parts of Singapore, but it’s also an interesting shopping destination. It’s a great place to buy clothes and souvenirs in the national style. Ladies will fall in love with colorful sari and handmade jewelry. There are also amazing shops that offer organic handmade cosmetics. Travelers are recommended to visit several jewelry shops where they can order exclusive items. Foodies are also fond of the district as in Little India they can visit magnificent Indian cuisine restaurants and even buy rare spices and delicacies directly from India.
Far Far Away At Universal Studio Singapore Little India is the location of the popular Mustafa Centre that never ceases to attract visitors with a variety of goods and affordable prices. There are many clothes shops that offer up-to-date quality items at reasonable rates. Traditionally, there is a supermarket on the first floor of the shopping complex. The supermarket offers popular Indian, Chinese, and European food.
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One of the largest shopping centers in Singapore, Suntec City occupies five skyscrapers. It’s hard to imagine a category of goods that is not available in the shopping center. There are hundreds of shops that offer apparel and shoes of different price categories, from affordable mainstream to quite expensive designer items. Suntec City includes a hotel, several dozen restaurants and cafes, art galleries, and even an incredibly picturesque tropical park with fountains.
Aerial View from the Pinnacle@Duxton If you want to buy interesting souvenirs in oriental style, consider visiting Arab Street. This fabulous quarter is a great place to shop posh textiles, exclusive but affordable jewelry, and rare oriental spices. You can even find gorgeous handmade carpets – Sarvan’s Carpets has the largest range of carpets for sale. This district is also famous for an excellent choice of souvenir shops that offer interesting ethnic accessories and jewelry. One can find exclusive items at Arab Street, for example, genuine Malaysian knives.
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Shopping in Singapore

The multi-use development of "Suntec City" is brand shops, shopping malls, offices and a recreation area at the same time. Here you can buy audio and video equipment, headsets, hard drives and other products at prices lower than in Europe. "Vivo" boutique chain would be great for family shopping. That's where you can buy children's clothes at affordable prices. Fashionistas will have a chance to choose models from the latest collections by world-famous fashion designers. OG stores allow you to buy everything you need in one place. Children's goods, home appliances, electronics, clothing and shoes, jewelry including unique purple Singapore gold - we can hardly list all the center's assortment. … Open
Reference information
Map of all shopping areas
Shopping streets in Singapore City
♥   Shopping area ' Hill Street' Singapore, 0.8 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Shopping area ' Victoria Street' Singapore, 0.8 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Shopping area 'Bras Basah Road' Singapore, 1 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Shopping area ' Eu Tong Sen Street' Singapore, 1.8 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Shopping area ' Orchard Road' Singapore, 2.2 km from the center. On the map   Photo

Shopping advices for the whole region around Singapore City

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