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Get the cheapest finds at Mustafa Centre, what’s more, its open for 24hours too! Enjoy the many services for Foreign Exchange, VISA Processing, Travel Booking, Gold Mart and all kinds of shopping items under one roof.
Duty-Free Shopping (DFS), offers an extensive selection of prestigious luxury brands.
For sights and sounds in Singapore, check out Shopagalore! Your Singapore experience won’t be complete without a taste of our hawker food. Also, check out our enormous selection of worldwide cuisines, places for entertainment (nightclubs as well), hit these few places for a workout, go late night shopping every Saturday, or watch movies.
From an adrenaline rush on the luge ride in Sentosa to a tranquil walk at the Botanic Garden, you’ll be surprised at the wide array of exciting activities in store. Keep a lookout for updates on the highly anticipated Integrated Resort (IR), slated to open in 2010. Singapore’s first ever casino will open at an urban setting integrating a waterfront promenade with a vast amount of retail space.
At the helm of shopping culture is Orchard Road – established as Singapore’s prime shopping district. It boasts an extensive array of shopping malls, with the largest being Ngee Ann City. This year, 3 new high-profile shopping malls opened after a $40billion facelift. ION orchard, 313@Somerset and Orchard Central
Of course, shopping need not be restricted to the downtown area. There are tons of other vibrant shopping districts located in the heartlands of Singapore. Head on down to Bishan, Tampines, Pasir Ris, Bukit Batok, Ang Mo Kio, Boon Lay areas. These residential shopping centres may offer surprises and bargains you wouldn’t want to miss! Most of them are conveniently located close to a train station or a bus stop.