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Exquisite Woodcrafts and Tacky Jewellery

Exquisite Woodcrafts and Tacky Jewellery

Singapore, among various other things, is a famous shopper’s paradise. This tiny city packs multiple malls, shopping streets, big brands, flagship stores, cute little ethnic districts, and a lot more. This ideally means that you have ample opportunity to splurge on a particular day on your vacation to Singapore. Looking for more details to pick your favourite place to shop? Lets together go on a virtual tour around the countries best shopping cascades and popular malls!
Here we go on the top places to shop in Singapore.

Lucky plaza You can find real treasured inside this five-storied building with no much pressure on your pockets. From a variety of souvenirs, watches, apparels to reasonably priced electronics, you are sure to shops your hearts out here. Not to forget, they stock one of the best perfumes of Singapore having mesmerising aromas.

Haji Lane The hidden gem located in the Kampong Glam, the Malay region of Singapore. This colourful lane makes sure you have something very very unique and rare that you can take back home. Amidst the colourful buildings and riverside pubs, this place homes numerous out-of-the-box fashion stores, top-class boutiques and traditional arts & crafts shops. Keen to gratify that street shopper within you?

Walkthrough the quay’s charming shophouses and carts selling unique pottery, exquisite woodcrafts and tacky jewellery.

Mustafa Centre Strolling around the streets of Little India, you can easily spot these gigantic buildings as you near the Syed Alwi Road. This place has everything, from a variety of clothes electronics, footwear, homeware, groceries, to the smallest thing like a can opener, keychains, mini merlions and the list goes on. Ready with your bags already?

Chinatown Dive into the well preserved Chinese culture in the Chinatown region of Singapore. Right in the centre of the complex is ‘The Shoppes’, one of Singapore’s largest shopping malls. Attracting the high-end shoppers through its luxury boutiques, international fashion brands and exclusive labels, it can be shoppers paradise. Got some more money to splurge?

Bugis Street Located right beside the malls of Bugis MRT Station, the Bugis Street Market is one of the largest and cheapest markets of Singapore. It homes over 800 stalls selling everything from accessories, electronics, cosmetics, jewellery, shoes, bags and whatnot. Happy Vacay & Happy shopping!

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