Among innumerable things to do in Singapore, there is one thing that really cannot be missed. Its shopping! Singapore is the hub for clothes, electronics, etc. This tiny island houses more malls per square mile than any other country, making it the best shopping destination in the world. Check out the list of some amazing places one cannot miss out while shopping in Singapore.
For the people who just want to have the quick taste of what Singapore has to offer, simply head towards the Chinatown Street Market. Indulge your shopping streak in everything Chinese. From clothing, artwork, traditional candles to street stalls serving tasty yet cheap delicacies.
Marina Bay is the latest addition in the glorious skylines of Singapore. The stunning architecture of the mall is enough to impress anyone coming here to shop. From high-end fashion brands to some of the fine restaurants, the place is a shopping paradise. If not shopping, one can simply head to the 57th storey building for the beautiful views of the bay.
Stretched over 2.2 kilometers, orchard Road is the undisputed shopping spot of Singapore. Malls after malls, interconnected by the underground tunnels Orchard Road is all there to provide one endless shopping experience. One can buy a variety of clothes, food, accessories, electronics, everything at the same spot.
Fondly known as Little India, this is a must stop destination for people traveling to Singapore. Found in the Indian area of Singapore, the place is a heaven for all the gadget lovers. One can find electronics at unbelievably cheap prices here.
Attracting expats and young crowd in Singapore, the Holland village is an amazing shopping stop offering distinctive charm to the public. The place is famous for arts and handicrafts specially dealing with antiques, second hand books, handicrafts book, art and collectibles.
With its many waterfronts restaurants, Clarke Quay is the perfect place to wine and dine around the relaxing ambience. Between all that, there is a great variety of boutique stores and fashion outlet to enjoy some shopping. The Clarke Quay boasts its fair share of malls too; Great World City, Central and Riverside Point, all are close by.
It is the largest mall in Singapore boasting 15 cinema screens, an open air playground, a rooftop amphitheatre, an art gallery along with a number of bars and restaurants with high street stores and outlets, all under one roof.
For a true hipster feel, simply head towards the Haji lane. The small narrow road is loaded with pretty vintage boutiques and stores, instantly recognizable with its beautiful wall painting. Apart from shopping, Haji Lane is a great place to come and enjoy drinking after dark.