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    Motor bike accessories: HARLEY DAVIDSON

    by balhannah Updated Nov 18, 2011

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    At Marina Bay on a hot day, we decided to walk through the big, new Marina Sands shopping complex. Yes, you guessed it, air-conditioned!

    One shop we were itnererested in was The Harley-Davidson Motor Clothes Store.
    We looked in the window first, as we were too early, but came back later. We thought we might find a nice gift for one of the men at home.
    Well, the Shop is stocked with everything to do with Harley Davidson, from the very small to the very large. Price's for the small item's are expensive, for the large items, very expensive.
    We decided to leave our gift, as we actually could buy it at home for cheaper, even with the exchange rate.
    It was good for a browse around, especially if you love Harley's!

    Opening Hours:

    Sunday to Thursday 10am to 11pm
    Friday & Saturday 10am to Midnight

    What to pay: Expensive

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    Universal Studios Store: Universal Studio Souvenirs

    by machomikemd Updated May 20, 2011

    buying assorted universal studios souvenirs, the Universal Studios Singapore has an assortment of Big and Small souvenir shops located in the whole Universal Studio complex selling assorted souvenirs depending on the teme of the area for example in Sci Fi City area, they are selling Battle Star Galactica Souvenirs. The Main and biggest Studio is located near the entrant at the front of the Hollywood Walk.

    a caveat: prices of souvenirs and even the food and drinks here are over the top!

    What to buy: depends on your preference of the Universal Studio Souvenirs like the Shot Glasses, Refrigerator Magnets, Porcelain Cups or tea cups or bowls and plates, keychains, assorted universal studio chracters stuff toys or pictures, baseball caps, wacky caps, assorted foods like chocolates, the list is endless.

    What to pay: depends on what your buy like for me I bought a Universal Studio Tee Shirt for Singapore $ 25 (really expensive) and a shot glass for $ 8 plus a Refrigerator Magnet for $ 9.

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    7-11: 24 hour convenient store

    by machomikemd Updated May 19, 2011

    the number one 24 hour convenient store in singapore and also elsewhere around asia. Who has never heard of a 7-11 store? it was a good thing that there was a nearby 7-11 store near my hotel where you can buy essential stuff like bottled water or juices and lots of candies and chocolates for my cousins and also to taste local meals as 7-11's around the world promote local instant meals which can be microwaveable and here in singapore the local stuff were the laksa noodles, mee goreng, assorted microwaveable roasted chicken or hainanese chicken rice and others for a cheap price of about $ 3 to $6. hooray for the 24 hour 7 days a week convenience of 7-11 stores around the world!

    What to buy: a lot like the bottled water, hygiene products, beers, cigarettes, meals, junk foods and lot of other stuffs

    What to pay: Bottled Water at $ 2, candies and chocolates at $ 1 to 4, local heated noodles and meals from $ 3 to 6 and a lot more.

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    The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands: New Luxe Shopping Mall in Marina Bay Sands

    by machomikemd Updated May 2, 2011

    the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands is the Anchor Mall of the Marina Bay Sands Singapore and is Connected to the Marina Bay Hotel Complex via underground escalators at the basement or you can just walk across the street at the ground level and viola, you're at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. this complex will make ORCHARD ROAD like a POOR COUSIN due to it's sheer opulence! Imagine having the ultra luxe brands like Alfred Dunhill, BALLY, Bottega Veneta, Burberry, Cartier, CHANEL, Dior, ESCADA, FENDI, Gucci, Herm├Ęs, MIU MIU, Ralph Lauren, Salvatore Ferragamo, Stefano Ricci, Yves Saint Laurent, Patek Phillipe as an appetizer inside (plus a lot more like a big Louis Vuitton Shop that will be opened at the Crystal Pavilion) and also boasting over 800,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space (including the budget rasapura masters food court at the basement). How about indulging in the 7 luxe restaurants run by Michelin Stars Chefs like Mario Battali's Osteria Mozza and Wolfgang Puck's Steakhous "Cut" to Name a few that will cost you two arms and both legs!!!!

    to top it all, the casino complex of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel is located at the Ground level of this Mall (see my separate Marina Bay Casino Tips)

    What to buy: sheer opulence personified!!! jow about patek philippe watches, Hermes' Birkin Bags, Alfred Dunhill Tuxedoes, Chanel Parfums and a way lot more!!!

    My advice: just indulge in window shopping and just eat at the Rasapura Masters Foodcourt if your'e a Cheapskate!

    What to pay: maxx out your platinum credit card, make it maxx out your TWO Platinum Credit Cards!!!!!

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    Parkway Parade Shopping Centre: Shopping at the East

    by snuggie Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    What to buy: Basement: Food and beverage, eclectic specialty mix.
    Level One: Fashion targeting youth and young executives.
    Level Two: Lifestyle, family and mature fashion.
    Level Three: Value retailing, food and beverage.
    Level Four: Predominantly family entertainment and services.
    Level Five: Medical centre.
    Level Seven: Homewares.

    What to pay: Low to high end products.

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    Gabo: Korean Furniture

    by Carino Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Gabo is a very small shop on South Bridge Road. The choice is still large enough for you to find something.

    What to buy: All kind of korean furniture and things to decorate your place. Lovely shop!

    What to pay: Of course more, than in Korea. But still, it is authentic stuff and worth every sing.
    I bought a very nice pillow for about 30 sing dollar.

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    Victoria's Secret: Not Much of a Secret

    by arianne_1504 Written Dec 11, 2010

    Don't expect too much of your trip to Victoria's Secret at ResortsWorld. Unfortunately due to restrictions in Singapore, there's not much raunch or lace to be found at this Victoria's Secret. What you will find is some pretty ordinary underwear and personal goods.

    This shop was really really hard to find and whenever we asked we seemed to get a different answer about exactly where it was. Basically head to the Festive Hotel and ask from there.

    What to buy: The major feature of this shop is the body scents, lotions and lip balms. They do smell absolutely divine - especially the berry spritz!

    What to pay: $13 for a lip balm, $30 for a Victoria's Secret Tank Top

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    Candylicious: Eat Happy

    by arianne_1504 Written Dec 11, 2010

    9,000 square feet of lollipops, jellybeans, chocolate and sweets. What more can I say! And you can't miss the ginormous lollipop trees outside the store front!

    What to buy: Lollipops and try the icecream!

    What to pay: Depends how much you buy, the prices aren't exactly cheap.

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    All shops: Endless shopping

    by DSwede Updated Oct 10, 2010

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    Singapore might be just one shopping center after another, with random interspersed business centers and hotels. Upon further study, that is exactly what it is.

    And for a country that does not have an overwhelming population of Christians, they sure do capitalize on the Christmas season!

    What to pay: Prices might be comparable to what you'd pay at home, but you can haggle a bit. However, no matter what it is that you buy, keep your reciept! Follow the instructions for your Tax Refund, submit your forms when you leave at the airport and you could stand to get a substantial kickback.

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    Pan Sin - next to Raffles: Shopping for jewelry?

    by aussirose Updated Mar 12, 2010

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    On the way to Mt Fabor, our Taxi driver kindly offered to take a detour and stop at the Pan Sin Jewelry Warehouse around the back of the famous Raffles.

    I bought a nice ruby ring, a black pearl necklace and a couple of lovely star stone pieces, Howie got a onyx and jade ring, Kelli bought a gold Christian Dior necklass to match her handbags from Ho Chi Minh and Janine got a nice necklass too.

    But beware of taxi drivers that want to deviate from your journey if you don't want to spend any money. ....Before you know it you have overspent.....as us ladies tend to do ;o)

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    THE CONCOURSE: THE CONCOURSE

    by Onedragon Updated Jul 27, 2009

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    The Concourse Shopping Mall is a "must visit" place for all bargain-hunting shoppers AND ALSO DURING THE TIMES OF FESTIVALS. That is when the atrium will be transformed into a festive bazaar with tenants selling wide% variety of decorative and gift items at wholesale price. The Concourse Shopping Mall on Beach Road houses over 60 shops offering a wide range of goods and services

    What to buy: goods and services ranging from travel agency to hair salons, flowers and gifts shops to pharmacies.. .. Better known are the good food outlets and famous restaurants such as Coca Restaurant and Teochew Garden.

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    Shopping for food: Food

    by midgetswithguns Written Nov 30, 2008

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    Depending on what you want to eat in Singapore, your costs will vary.

    What to buy: We found that eating at the little eateries in the malls were the best, find the ones that look the most crowded and there is guaranteed to be yummy food lurking!

    What to pay: Approx $5 or sometimes cheaper for a plate of food (noodles/rice and a beef or chicken dish) and about $10 at a restaurant. If you go to Pizza Hut or McDonalds, it will cost more (about $15 for a pasta dish at Pizza Hut) ($8-$15 at McDonalds depending on what you order)

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    CLAIM THE GST AT HOME IN AUSTRALIA: Buying Electronics Overseas

    by nezz Updated Apr 6, 2008

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    We bought my daughters PSP in Perth 2 days before flying out to Bali last Nov, Harvey Norman price matched the KMart catalogue price for the console & 2 games. Claimed the GST at the refund counter on the way out, really easy . We have also previously done this with our two digital cameras .It kept her occupied on the plane & we worked out we got one of the games for free. Don't buy in Singapore or anywhere in Asia as you don't get the warranty . My nephew got his expensive MP3 player from Singapore & we had to take it back with us on one of our holidays to get the charger looked at in Singapore. Got my son to buy his here, if you shop around places like Good guys & Harvey Norman price match just to get your business. So long as you buy it less than 30 days prior to flying out you can claim back the GST . Make sure you have it in it's original packaging & the total for the receipt must be over the $300 mark that's why we bought 2 games so it made it over $300.

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  • Triumph Motorbike Jackets

    by DeeWhy Written Mar 15, 2008

    Hi, Alex.

    I just chanced upon your question while looking around for other info.

    I hope this isn't too late!!! You asked last November.

    I am not a biker, but I am a Singaporean.

    I am sorry there were no results searching the past 15 minutes.

    BUT, you can go to www.SingaporeBikes.com, make friends with bikers and hopefully, they should bein a much better position to help you out.

    Good Luck!

    DeeWhy

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  • ExOfficio- Travel and outdoor wear: travel clothes perfect for the tropical climate

    by Eurobug Written Nov 13, 2007

    Travel clothes that are perfect for the hot and humid climate of South East Asia. Have clothes that keep mosquitoes away in this tropical climate.

    What to buy: Bugaway ( insect repelling clothes), quickdrying+lightweight+wrinkle resistant+heavily ventilated clothes, perfect for travelling light and fussfree in this hot tropical region.

    What to pay: reasonable prices, staff are friendly and will offer travel advice in singapore

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