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Singapore Shopping

The one thing that can be said about Singapore shopping is that it offers everything you can possibly want. In the bustling streets of Singapore, you’ll find elegant department stores, specialty shops and large markets. Singapore shopping includes great opportunities to find unique antiques and furnishings, great electronics, herbal remedies and amazing teas with powerful health benefits.

Markets are a popular form of Singapore shopping, offering great bargains in clothing, shoes, perfumes and even manicures at great prices. Bugis Street is the largest street market, a must for all visitors.

Cho Lon, though not quite a market, is a great gallery of stalls displaying unique gifts and souvenirs. It’s a great place for Singapore shopping and to purchase Ho Chi Minh busts as well as Indian velvet embroidered cushions, unique chopsticks and porcelain teapots.

Specialty Shops
Singapore shopping is characterized by its uniqueness. Only in Singapore can you find an herbalist that will give you an herb to control diabetes or clear the lungs. Eu Yan Sang has been selecting the best herbs for its customers and has been doing so for years; best yet, instructions are in English.

If you want to see the latest in computers and accessories, Funan Digitalife Mall is a definite must; you’ll have access to dozens of computer stores, selling brand name systems and everything you could possibly need.

Singapore boasts to have the largest bookstore and by the looks of it, Kinokuniya might just be. It offers 43,000 square feet of space filled with books in many languages. It’s an interesting part of Singapore shopping.

And if you’re looking for that special item of furniture to decorate your home, head to the Red Peach Gallery, the place to find the best Ming style home furnishings and Chinese artwork. Even if you’re not interested in buying a piece, it’s a great place to see.

A truly unique section of town housing authentic antiques is Dempsey Road, a former British army barracks. Here you can find Kashmiri carpets and teak furniture.

And if you wish to see what the latest young and creative designers are up to, visit Curiosity Gallery, housed in the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, where you’ll be able to watch as these young entrepreneurs work. It’s a must see, especially if you’re into fashion.

Shopping Malls
Singapore shopping is famous for its large malls. Mustafa Center is a legend and quite the shopping treat; it’s the place to find small nooks of electronics, cosmetics and Indian spices.

Ngee Ann City is another important shopping mall; it houses the renowned and elegant Takashimaya Department store and boutiques like Cartier and Chanel.

You’ll also find this fabulous department store at the Takashimaya Center. The center houses Singapore’s largest swimming pool and an exercise center. At the Takashimaya, you can shop for yourself and the entire family, enjoy a light meal with a great cup of tea and shop for gourmet specialties. It’s a one-stop kind of place.

Singapore shopping can be a different type of adventure.

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