Singapore is an exemplary example of urban development blended smoothly with commercial buildings. It has numerous areas dedicated for housing such HDB flats, condominiums, terrace houses and bungalows. Despite the vast amount of land set aside for housing, there is no shortage of commercial buildings for businesses to operate and excel. Singapore’s thriving economy has also enabled its people to lead a high standard of living and be able to continually spend. One of the things Singaporean and foreigners alike are fond of splurging on are clothes. If you are a shopaholic and will like to find out more about the fantastic places to shop in Singapore, then this article is definitely for you.
No shopper’s journey is complete without a visit to the shopping mecca of Singapore, which is Orchard Road. There are numerous shopping centres that line up the entire street of the Orchard area from Far East Plaza, Orchard Ion, CK Tang, Centre Point, Takashimaya Shopping Centre, to Plaza Singapura.
You can choose from a wide array of clothes from high end fashion at Ion Orchard, CK Tang, Takashimaya Shopping Centre, to mid range and affordable ones at Centre Point and Plaza Singapura. With so much options to choose from, you will be virtually spoilt for choice if you choose to explore all the different shops these shopping centres have to offer.
If you were to mention Oxley Bizhub to any Singaporean, images of businesses, offices and commercial shops will probably pop into their minds. However, did you know that it is actually also home to a few popular and trendy clothing shops?
Some of these shops include Neonmello, Nachuraru and The Willow Label, and they sell clothes ranging from female to children clothings. Neomello, in particular, has a wide range of different types of interesting and hard to find clothings such as kimono, cheongsam and even bridesmaids dresses.
The next stop is Little India, a place for all the latest and fashionable Indian clothing. There are numerous road side shops that line up Little India such as those in Little India Arcade.
If you prefer to shop for all the latest Indian clothing and other Western fashion in the comfort of an air-conditioned shopping centre, then Mustaffa Center is definitely for you. It is a shopping centre that operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and is popular among local and foreign Indian shoppers alike. In addition to selling clothes, Mustaffa Center also offers many other things like groceries, electronics and even jewelry.
Our next section will focus on places to find all the latest Muslim fashion from nice abaya designs, elegant shawls and trendy jubahs. All these and more can be found at the hugely popular Muslim friendly area which is Geylang Serai.
Geylang Serai has many places to find Muslim clothing. From Geylang Serai market to Joo Chiat Complex and Haig Road market, you will be spoilt for choice to decide on where to get your latest Muslim fashion fix. In addition, you can also find the best Halal food at these locations, mostly at affordable prices.
Another avenue to shop for Muslim clothing that is becoming increasingly popular amongst Muslim shoppers is online Muslim shops. One such example is HijabDressUp, an online Muslimah shop that offers some very nice abaya, maxi-dresses and even nice burkini swimwear.
We have touched on the fantastic places you can shop at in the different parts of Singapore. So the next time you are in Singapore and need to satisfy your shopping desires, be sure to check out the list of places mentioned above.