Get to the best spots in the vicinity under 15 minutes, and shop away to your heart’s content!
Uniquely Singaporean finds
National Design Centre, 111 Middle Road, #01-01, Singapore 188969, MAP
Started in 2010, The Farmstore promotes and curates products designed in Singapore. Through collaborations directly with local designers and projects with various national bodies, it has grown to offer a wide collection of products to showcase Singapore design at its best!
Bras Basah Complex
231 Bain St, Singapore 180231, MAP
Known as the centre for arts and books, Bras Basah Complex is a communal retail space that delivers a curated selection of specialty stores, featuring Singapore’s unique cultural heritage in a charming time capsule set in the heart of the city.
3 New Bugis Street, #03-01, Singapore 188867, MAP
Open since 1988, Bugis Street has grown from just 26 stores to over 600 shops across 3 levels. Get a barrage of amazing deals for affordable clothing and streetwear, and don’t forget to bargain with sellers before making any purchases.
Our malls are better than yours
Raffles City Shopping Centre
80 Bras Basah Road, Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 189560, MAP
Classic with an edge, Raffles City is one of Singapore’s most beloved contemporary and fashion-forward mall. Boasting over 200 specialty shops, their retail mix includes famed Robinsons Department Store, a gourmet supermarket, luxury brands and a barrage of dining options.
6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594, MAP
With over 200 specialty shops comprising fashion, F&B, children & lifestyle concepts, Marina Square is must-visit for parents with kids. Bring the kids to Pororo Park, an indoor edutainment playground with a café and a toy store for some fun!
Suntec City Singapore
3 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038983, MAP
One of the largest malls in Singapore with more than 380 retail establishments filled with endless shopping, dining and entertainment options. Remember to visit the Suntec City’s famed Fountain of Wealth, an icon of Singapore that embodies vibrancy in bringing people together for the celebration of wealth and good health.
Don’t forget the souvenirs
3 Seah Street, MAP
If you love the Singapore Sling, created by bartender Ngiam Tong Boon at Raffles Hotel’s Long Bar in the 1930s, bring some bottled ones home for your loved ones. Other delights such as blended teas, home-made chocolate truffles and leather goods are also great as gifts.
Ya Kun Kaya Toast
200 Victoria St, B1-11, Singapore 188024, MAP
Try out a local styled breakfast with coffee and kaya toast at one of Singapore’s oldest coffee shop chain, Ya Kun. Their famous Kaya, a type of jam unique to Southeast Asia, is made from coconut milk, eggs and sugar and coffee powder, and makes for a great gift to family and friends.
200 Victoria St, B1-03A, Singapore 188021, MAP
Founded in 1979, Bengawan Solo operated out of a home kitchen before gaining so much fame that it turned into a chain with more than 40 stores in Singapore. Definitely try out their famous Kueh Lapis and assortment of delicious cakes and kuehs.
Bee Cheng Hiang
239 Victoria Street, Bugis Village, Singapore 188028, MAP
Open since 1933 in Singapore, Bee Cheng Hiang is a heritage brand which has more than 370 outlets in 13 territories. Famed for its ‘bakkwa’ (barbecued meat), a delicacy especially during Chinese New Year. Bee Cheng Hiang’s bakkwa are hand-crafted over traditional bamboo sieves, retaining traditional flavours and unchanged quality.
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