All shops along Orchard Road have great shoe shops at a great price.
What to buy: A girl can never have enough shoes!
What to pay: 19.00-60.00 AUD
This was truly a great experience and not good for someone who impulse buys!
The street was filled with shopping centres and many people.
If you want to do some shopping in Singapore than the best place to do that is the Orchard Rd. where you find everithing you might need!
Right opposite the Orchard MRT Station, this building houses Isetan a large department store, as well as the Lido. In the basement is a supermarket and many inexpensive cafes.
This mall is a pretty good place to buy some stuff. I bought some perfumes and they were really cheap.
You can buy many different things in here. We were just wandering around but I dont do shopping just busy photographying.
Seeing this in the Arab Street area reminded me of when I was in Egypt. These bottles of perfume and scents must be an Arab or Muslim thing. If you want to smell nice, this is the place to go!
Apart from carpets, there are lots of shops around Arab Street selling silk and fabrics ... if that kind of thing interests you.
There are a number of carpet shops around the Arab Street area.
What to buy: As with all things, it helps if you know a little about carpets so you can tell if the quality is good and the price reasonable.
The chinese-style architecture is special.
What to buy: A large variety of electric appliances are available.
What to pay: It is a high-end shopping center. The price can be expensive.
Various shops, fom department stores to daily markets.
What to buy: Everything you'll find here. Even the smelling, yet tasty durian...
What to buy: The electronics & computer items in Singapore are relatively cheap and they have the latest models. The best place to visit is the Sim Lim Square located along Serangoon Road and Bencoolen Street.
I told you a lot of thing about Little India, but don't forget look around in the China Town. You can find a lot of interesting thing over there too.
An other little shop in Little India, but now something inside. A lot of little thing all around. Don't miss it!
What to buy: Gifts
What to buy: Chinatown offers much more variety and a much more Asian feel than Orchard road. You can find there from antiques to handycrafts and even very cheap taylored suits.