Traditional Malay Shopping at Kampong Glam
Kampong Glam used to be the home of Malay Royalty. Today, it remains as an important area to the local Malay community. At Kampong Glam, you will never miss the Sultan Mosque that has a striking golden dome on the top of the building. The Sultan Mosque is surrounded by rows of shop houses that you might be interested in. The Malay Heritage Centre can also be found there which holds a museum and restaurant that are open to the public. The main street which leads up to Sultan Mosque is the Bussorah Street that has many shop houses and eateries. So lets check out the stores at Bussorah Street now.
Sells antiques, vintage stuff like books, toys and collectibles. You may find something you really like there, so do check it out and uncover some gems!
A shop that retails and wholesales special furniture, handicrafts and paintings. Products from countries such as Indonesia, Thailand and even Europe can also be found there. You can't get these furniture and products from common local furniture stores.
Little ShophouseA place that sells many Peranakan things. You can find ethnic clothing and accessories sold here. The shop does attract a good mix of locals and tourists alike.
Wayan Retreat Balinese Spa
Tired after your shopping? Fret not, as you can enjoy a good Balinese spa treatment at Wayan Retreat. This shop offers services such as massages, body wraps and hand therapies. Immerse yourself in the tranquil 'woody' settings of the spa, so much so you might actually believe you are in Bali, even for a brief moment.
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