5 Must Visit Shops in Singapore

One of the many things Singapore is revered for around the world is the massive shopping complexes, home to everything from international designer brands to home-grown labels you won't find anywhere else. These five just shouldn't be missed, and here's why...


Plaza Singapura

Just a little further up from Orchard Road is Plaza Singapura, a modern mall stretching across nine levels, with a huge variety of restaurants, clothing stores, services, and more. A great for souvenirs, cheap clothing, and a place to pick up those few necessities you'll have trouble finding in the more touristy shopping complexes.


Funan Mall

For the young adult or modern family, the recently renovated Funan Mall is home to an indoor rock-climbing wall, levels upon levels of hip youth clothing brands, a rooftop edible garden and numerous children's play spaces. Re-opened in Jun 2019, Funan Mall introduced 12 new levels for shopping, dining, and play. One thing not to miss is the Urban Garden, right up on level 7.

Suntec City

Mixing old with new, Suntec City is one largest shopping centres in Singapore designed with a focus Feng Shui. With over 360 stores divided up into four sectors, here you'll find a variety of clothing labels, restaurants, specialty stores, and more. Suntec is especially great for local, seasonal, and cultural events, as its event space is a hub for international conferences, events and exhibitions.

Orchard Road

From luxury retail to world-class international cuisines, Singapore’s most famous shopping precinct is home to a wealth of experiences. Start your retail journey at TANGS. One of Singapore’s oldest department stores, this shopping center’s design pays homage to the Forbidden City, with idiosyncratic Eastern architectural features like its jade-green pagoda-esque roof and iconic red columns. The establishment is stocked with well-known brands, Asian collectibles, and unique souvenirs.

OG Chinatown OG Private Limited owns the OG group of department stores. The Company, founded in 1962, began the department store business in 1971 with the establishment of OG People's Park in the heart of Chinatown. OG has since grown into a chain of department stores, with all 3 firmly anchored in the city.

OG prides itself as a one-stop destination for apparel, shoes, bags, housewares, travel goods, health & nutritional supplements, children's wear, toys and much more!


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