Shopping is inevitable when you are on a holiday. You just can’t resist stepping into the stylish mall or sauntering down a flocking street market.

Singapore is a shopper’s paradise, with the city catering for all tastes and budgets. Whether it is clothes, household items, souvenirs, fashion accessories or any of the other product ranges, an eager buyer is certain to find what they want in Singapore. From the biggest high street brands to local handicrafts, from one-off speciality stores to exclusive designer gear and all-encompassing modern shopping malls – you will find it all in Singapore.

For the serious shoppers who like to spend and splurge on shopping, here’s are 7 Best Shopping Experiences in Singapore.

1. Raffles City

Located in downtown Singapore close to historic tourist site stands a splendid, lustrous, and extravagant modern shopping mall, the Raffles City Shopping Centre. Occupying an entire city block bounded by Stamford Road, Beach Road, Bras Basah Road and North Bridge Road, it houses two hotels and an office tower over a podium which contains a shopping complex and a convention centre. This upmarket mall does not disappoint with the wide variety of shops and restaurants inside it. You’ll surely have a place to enjoy and relax with your family, friends, colleagues, and business partners.

Raffles Shopping Centre is like the mecca of all luxurious and high-end brands. From affordable boutiques to high-end designer stores such as Omega, Marks and Spencer, Tommy Hilfiger, and Robinsons. There are also stores dedicated to music, books, sports, and toys.

2. VivoCity

VivoCity is known as shopper’s haven, and makes for an inducing lifestyle practice with its numerous sell and amusement options. Positioned in the HarbourFront crossways from Sentosa Island, it is said to be Singapore’s largest shopping mall which by no means fails to blow its visitors with the overabundance of shopping alternatives.

Designed by the well-known Japanese architect Toyo Ito, its design evoke descriptions of waves in the sea. It also comprises a number of artworks along with a rooftop amphitheater. It also has an open park for kids. Once you are finished with shopping, acquire the cable car service as of the mall to Sentosa Island, and in addition to it take pleasure in stunning views along the way.

3. The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands is one of Singapore’s leading luxury shopping malls with an elevating mix of international brands, emerging labels and new concepts. Home to hundreds of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars, this place is definitely a place to see when in Marina Bay, Singapore. There are a few celebrity chef restaurants here too, including British celebrity chef, Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen. A thrilling highlight to look out for is the Louis Vuitton ‘island’ boutique that’s housed in the Crystal Pavilion. This is the largest boutique located outside of Paris and if you love the brand, you’ll be delighted to know that there’s no limit on what you can purchase in the boutique here.

Among the illustrious list of retailers, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands features Bally, Bottega Veneta, Bulgari, Burberry, Cartier, Christian Dior, Fendi, Ferragamo, Franck Muller, Gucci, HugoBoss, Max Mara, Miu Miu, Omega, Patek Philippe, Prada, Ralph Lauren, Tiffany & Co., Yves Saint Laurent and many others. Anne Fontaine, Henry Cotton’s, Stefano Ricci and Wolford are also some of the other stores you can spot.

4. ION Orchard

This is said to be one of the most glamorous Singapore shopping malls complexes. It has glass, marble along with steel work of art.  There are even additional unique toilets for high spending clientele along with celebrities. Higher services comprise butler way concierge along with a celebrity chef excellent dine establishment. Magnificence couture, art exhibitions in addition to even cloud viewing magnetizes an in-vogue shopping mass at this mall.

Ion orchard is Singapore’s first multi-sensory experiential shopping and lifestyle mall spread out over 660,000 square feet. It stands out amidst the other malls of Orchard Road for its futuristic exterior and luxury store frontages. Housing a myriad of high-end designers from Dolce & Gabbana to Marc Jacobs and an equally large selection of top high street labels like Topshop and H&M, this is a shopping mecca for any respectable fashionista.

Ion is also home to many acclaimed eateries including local landmark Paradise Dynasty. Serving gourmet oriental cuisine of exceptional value their creative Dim sum menu is a must have for any visitor luring some great Asian cuisine.

5. Paragon

Paragon is a sophisticated upmarket shopping mall located in the heart of Orchard Road, Singapore’s premier shopping and tourist area.

Paragon Mall is the destination of choice for upmarket shoppers, both locals and tourists alike, in search of high end retail and fashion in a spacious and luxurious environment. It has six levels and one basement of designer fashion and luxury boutiques, sports and lifestyle shops, restaurants and cafes. It is home to many international fashion designer names such as Prada, Gucci, Bottega Veneta, BVLGARI, Burberry, Ermenegildo Zegna, Tod´s, Versace, Salvatore Ferragamo, Etro and Jean-Paul Gaultier, just to name a few.

6. Wisma Atria Shopping Centre

Located along the prime stretch of Orchard Road between ION Orchard and Ngee Ann City, the fashionable Wisma Atria Mall enjoys more than 100 metres of prime street frontage and is a favourite shopping spot among locals and tourists. The mall features the most popular high-street labels from around the world and is popular with a fashion-conscious crowd. Wisma is home to high street fashion shops and designer boutiques like Anteprima, Topshop and Warehouse. With five floors to explore, visitors can shop across Miss Selfridge, Coach, Espirit, Lacosta, Tag Heuer and Gap, to name just a few of the brands on offer. It also houses the first Tory Burch boutique in Singapore and the largest TAG Heuer boutique worldwide.

Shoppers can also look forward to differentiated tenant mix and experiential retail at Wisma Atria with mid to upscale fashion brands.

7. Ngee Ann City

An architectural wonder standing highly at the heart of Orchard Road, Ngee Ann City is a city-within-a-city that showcases 7 levels of 110,450 square metres of sheer shopping and gastronomical adventure. The Shopping Centre, better known by the name of its anchor tenant Takashimaya departmental store, is commonly referred to by Singaporeans as “Taka”. Travelers can visit Ngee Ann City for the biggest variety of name brand stores including Tiffany & Co., Chanel, Christian Dior, Montblanc, L’OCCITANE, Cartier and Christian Louboutin. For those looking to spend a little less, you will also find Guess, Crabtree & Evelyn, Skechers, Zara and Mango.

here are over 30 food and beverage outlets offering cuisines from Western to Cantonese to Indonesian to Thai. Among the top names are Sushi Tei Japanese Restaurant, the Crystal Jade Group of Restaurants, Imperial Treasure Restaurants, Coca Restaurant and Seoul Garden – The Table Barbeque People. For more affordable or faster meals, a popular (and often crowded) food court can be found in the basement. Asia’s largest bookstore, Books Kinokuniya and Japan’s electronic giant, Best Denki are also found at Ngee Ann City.

The Civic Plaza is indeed a welcome relief to shoppers and an added attraction to Ngee Ann City.

Singapore shopping certainly does give plenty to enjoy, and if you visit the markets as well as the malls, you’ll get a real dose of local culture.

Good preparation for your Singapore trip is of great importance. The information we have provided may help you out to some degree, but it is always a good idea to seek help of Travel Experts who have been there, done that and can share real insights into planning. Our Singapore tour packages are not only cost effective but we also cover all the major aspect of your trip. From booking your flight tickets, accommodation, to processing your Singapore visa and managing your itinerary, we take care of everything – to make your trip worthwhile.

Singapore is a perfect gateway to South East Asia and you might want to check our other articles about the Lion City:

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