Exciting Shopping Precincts in Singapore

Singapore is known not only for its infrastructures, businesses and technologies but it is also known for its shopping centres. You will see lively and dynamic shopping centres or precincts here. If you want to shop till you drop, you can begin by visiting the following shopping precincts:

Orchard Road


Orchard Road is the major shopping district in Singapore with numerous malls like ION Orchard, H&M Orchard Road, Knightsbridge, Orchard Central, 313 Somerset and Tanglin Shopping Centre. These malls sell local brands and international labels from apparels, jewelleries, perfumes and many more.

Little India


Little India offers a different experience. There are many stalls nearby offering Indian, Chinese and Malay foods. Tekka Market is also within the vicinity. The market offers the freshest ingredients (like meats, spices, flowers and vegetables). If you want an all-night shopping, Mustafa is there to welcome you. You will surely appreciate India and Indians when you go there.



If you are in the mood for street shopping, Chinatown offers the largest shopping area with different items like silk, handicrafts, jewelleries, apparels, shoes, cosmetics and many more. Chinatown is also home to numerous hawkers. You must witness how Chinese execute their New Year. You will find it very pleasing and lively.

Kampong Glam


Kampong Glam is a community allocated for Malays and other Muslims in the community. If you plan to explore this community, you can take the MRT and land at the Bugis station. From there, you can enjoy the Bugis junction, Bugis street market before making your way to Kampong Glam. In Kampong Glam, you will see restored shop houses painted with lively colours. The shop houses are occupied by restaurants, galleries, shops, firms and other business establishments.

If you are tired of your shopping spree, there are many hotels, hostels or inns that you can stay. If you want to continue your shopping, you should rest first and eat to regain your energy. At the end of the day, the number of items you shopped is not important but the experience and the happiness you felt when you were shopping.

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