Singapore

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Singapore's shops – a paradise for duty-free goods – are open daily from 10am to 9pm. Shipping is easily arranged on request. Most of the mall complexes have licensed money changers.

Shopping in Singapore

Chinatown Point

Shop for Asian arts and crafts, souvenirs, and antiques inside this 6-floor shopping center in the heart of Chinatown. Outside, vendors sell live fish, poultry, fruits, vegetables, and flowers.

133 New Bridge Rd., 011-65-6877-8347, www.tasc.org.sg
Tags: family | budget | shopping | trendy

Marina Bay

Underground tunnels connect five busy shopping malls – Suntec City, Marina Square, Milenia Walk, Raffles City, and CityLink Mall – at Marina Bay.

Marina Bay, www.marina-bay.sg
Tags: shopping | moderate | trendy

Ngee Ann City

A magnet for fashionistas, the 7-level Ngee Ann City shopping center hosts 130 boutiques and specialty stores, including the anchor tenant – Takashimaya department store.

391 Orchard Rd., 011-65-6739-9323, www.ngeeanncity.com.sg
Tags: shopping | expensive | editor pick | trendy | designer

Sim Lim Square

Find some of the best buys in technology products and gadgets under one roof, including electronics, photo equipment, computers, and software items.

1 Rochor Canal, 011-65-6338-3859, www.simlimsquare.com.sg
Tags: shopping | moderate

VivoCity

This mega shopping center contains 300 retail shops (Diesel, Tommy Hilfiger, Swarovski), dining, and entertainment outlets along its harbor front promenade and inside its 3-story atrium. Catch a movie at its 15-screen cinemaplex.

HarborFront Walk, 011-65-6377-6860, www.vivocity.com.sg
Tags: shopping | moderate | trendy

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