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110B/112B Killiney Road (next to SingTel Comcentre), Tai Wah Building, Singapore, 239549, Singapore
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Is Singapore best place to buy electronics than Malaysia (LED TV)

by ganapa2000

Hi,

I am planning for a holiday to Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.

Please suggest me best place to buy LED TV, as i want 3 TVs (42" or 50").

I heard Singapore has latest one`s but the price is same price as of India.Is that true.

Please help...

Re: Is Singapore best place to buy electronics than Malaysia (LED TV)

by Donna_in_India

Hi - a good place to shop for electronics in Singapore is the Funan Digitlife Mall. They have quality merchandise but be sure to check warranty information. When I was there the biggest difference between what was available there and what was available in India was that Singapore had a much larger selection - and the newest models. Price the TVs in India first so you can compare. The big screens in India have come down in price significantly. Be sure to factor in any customs duties you may have to pay and take into consideration that the TVs may not arrive in India in working condition. The site for the mall is http://www.funan.com.sg/. Good luck!

Re: Is Singapore best place to buy electronics than Malaysia (LED TV)

by walterwu

Courts - many outlets
Harvey Norman - a couple of outlets
Gain City
Best Denki
Audio House

These are places where locals goes to for buying electronic / TV stuffs. Prices are fixed but it is said that Harvey Norman sales rep can offer better prices then the prices stated on the price tags.

Travel Tips for Singapore

S'pore- A fine city

by just_chill

There are signboards warning you about fines for smoking, drinking etc., in MRT stations and trains. Sometimes u do see some litters in the stations also. These warnings are mainly for maintaining discipline. But it is foolishness to try to violate them since all MRT stations are watched by several CCTVs.

Singapore - Sir Stamford Raffles

by jacob_m

The name Singapore derives from Singapura which means the lioncity.
Singapore was founded by Sir Stamford Raffles.
This statue of Sir Raffles can be found next to Singapore river.
You can see Boat quay and the OUB tower in the background.

Smiiile

by Kristina1701

I must say that the Singaporians seemed extremely friendly and helpful to me which faciliated my little trip, my very first stay in Asia, a lot!
The only thing I found a bit annoying were all those waiters and waitresses at the river, trying to get me to have dinner at their restaurant, but I've experienced that in other countries too.

Selamat Hari Raya Haji!

by imstress

21 Jan 2005

Literally translated into English, Hari Raya Haji simply means the 'festival of pilgrimage'.

Muslims can look forward to a day of reflection and kindness towards their less fortunate friends, and of course, not forgetting the – celebrations!

The 5th tenet of Islam requires all Muslims to make a pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in their lifetime, if they can afford it. Why Mecca?

The eminent Prophet Mohammed was born in this Holy Land, where the pilgrims are given the titles of Haji for men and Hajjah for women. Thus for many of our Muslim friends, the pilgrimage, commonly known as the Haj, is probably the most important journey in their lives.

Selamat Hari Raya Haji!

Club

by Ramonq

Singapore Cricket Club is right in the heart of the Padang, the colonial quarter of Singapore. It's a good place to unwind and escape from the tropical heat and enjoy a stiff gin and tonic whilst watching a game of cricket or rugby from the balcony. You need to be a member to get inside, but if you're a member of a reputable sports club overseas and you present a letter of recommendation from your club, you can get in.

The Cricket Club does not use Singaporean money. You purchase a booklet of vouchers which in turn in used to pay for your meals and drinks. Neat casual to get in the dining/ drinks area.

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