Where to shop in Singapore?

Where to shop in Singapore? If you are worried about where to shop in Singapore, rest assured you will be pampered with a vast choice of shopping malls. Singapore is a shopping paradise. Regardless of where you are in Singapore, there is a shopping mall for you to shop at. Every town has shopping malls ranging in size from small to medium.However, Orchard Road, Marina Bay area and Bugis are the biggest shopping districts and shopping belts in Singapore. These are the three shopping belts that are popular amount tourists.

Where to shop at Singapore Orchard Road

Starting from 2009, Orchard Road has gone through its most ambitious makeover in history as developers spend billions of dollars on a bold and beautiful building boom to redefine the shopping experience in Orchard road. Orchard Road has transformed itself into a revolutionary retail road a sizzling streetscape of high-style sidewalks, architectural daring and shop-front flamboyance. It's out with the old and in with the new, as towering new shopping centers spring up on once-vacant sites, makeover artistes' glam up dated malls and the streetscape opens itself up to light and colour. If you've been to Orchard Road before and think you've seen it all, think again. It is now a totally different experience to shop in Orchard Road and you will find yourselves immersed in a shopping wonderland 

Where to shop at Singapore Marina Bay area

Marina Square, Raffle City Shopping Centre, Suntec City Mall and Marina Bay Sands are the four main shopping Mall at Marina Bay area that are popular to both local and tourist. 

Marina Square

Marina Square is located at the center of the beautiful bay area where you can shop, play, relax and eat, all under one roof. It target tourists on their way to the Esplanade and Singapore Flyer and executives in their 20s and 30s. Marina square has about 300 tenants and it has got everything covered. There are Singapore's grandest hotels like Mandarin hotel and Oriental hotel for tourist and executive on business trip to stay, cinema and bowling alley for family entertainment, a good selection of high street brands such as Zara and Warehouse, and the anchor tenant John Little. There are also budding retailers on the third floor, and a central square where events are held to add life to the mall. There are also varieties of Chinese, western, Indonesia, Japanese, Thail, Philippine restaurants and a local food court in the Mall which promise to pamper you with a delectable vaiety of food.

Raffles City Shopping Centre

Raffles City Shopping Centre is a convenient shopping Mall which is just situated right above the City Hall MRT station. It offered suits all budgets but is mostly targeted at Central Business District executives and fashion savvy shoppers mostly aged between 25 and 40. The offering range from high street brands such as topshop, to masstige ones including Agnes B, to high-end watch boutiques like Audemars Piguet. A sumptious spread awaits you at the basement of the shopping

Suntec City Mall

Anchored by a convention centre and five office towers, the mall provides a one-stop dining and shopping centre for executives working in the area and tourists on their way to the Marina Bay area. There are a wide range of mid-priced retail and lifestyle offerings.

Suntec building is also built according to Feng Shui theories. From a bird's eye view, Suntec City is sculpted in the shape of a left hand. The six storey convention centre forms the wrist while the 18-storey office block beside it represents the thumb and the four 45-storey office towers symbolize the fingers. The shopping mall links all of the above into a complete unit. The Fountain, the largest in the world according to the Guinness Book of Records, forms the gold ring placed in the centre of the palm. Its perfect bronze circle symbolizes unending co-operation and unity, a powerful icon representing the spirit and strength of the tycoon shareholders' unity. 

Where to shop in Singapore Bugis area

Bugis is a very unique Singapore shopping belt which consists of Bugis Junction as the main shopping mall, Iluma, OG Albert Complex , Bugis village (flea market) and Sim Lim Square. Is a place where you can experience the modern shopping building as well as flea market at Bugis village. There are also famous historical temple Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho and Sri Krishan temples for you to take picture. Find out more on shopping at Bugis area

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