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    Riverside Point: Shopping by the river

    by snuggie Written Feb 5, 2006

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    Situated along the Singapore river on Merchant Road,this is the office cum retail and entertainment venue. This is an immensely popular area with the increasing tourist crowd and with the office executives living and working arounfd the area.

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    The Adelphi: High End Electronics Shopping

    by litekimchi Written Jan 18, 2006

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    The Adelphi describes itself as a lifestyle mall. It's packed with electronic shops selling high end audio/video gadgets and equipment that carry brands such as Krell, Rotel and Harman Kardon, among others.

    What to buy: For audiophiles and home entertainment enthusiasts, this is the place to be. I will not be surprised if you spend half a day here checking out equipment and asking for advice from the very knowledgeable sales staff.

    I also saw a shop that sells high end camera equipment, such as Hassleblads and Leicas.

    What to pay: For a Rotel RCD1072 (an HDCD player), I spent SGD800. It retails about US$699 (SGD1,100) online and in the Philippines.

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    Fu Lu Shou Complex: Geomancy Shops

    by snuggie Updated Jan 14, 2006

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    If you are interested in geomancy or crystals kind of things,then Fu Lu Shou Complex is a must go.There are many such shops there.
    'Fu' 'Lu' 'Shou' mean good luck,prosperity and long life and represent the 3 deities whom are greatly respected by all the Chinese.

    fu lu shou
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    Queensway Shopping Centre: If You're Looking for Sporting Goods...

    by monaco05 Written Jul 22, 2005

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    Very popular place for locals to buy sporting goods - especially track shoes and soccer jerseys. Can be up to 30% off normal prices.

    There are also shops selling men's and women's street clothing. Lots of designs of men's t-shirts starting from US$7 each. Women's clothes here tend to be slightly more expensive than at Far East Plaza but the designs are different so it's not really fair to compare.

    Quite a few shops selling mobile phones and mobile phone accessories. Also a good place to make spectacles.

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    Far East Plaza: If You Love Street Fashion...

    by monaco05 Updated Jul 20, 2005

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    I LOVE shopping... but I would rather not spend a bomb on trendy items, seeing how they don't stay in fashion for very long. That's why I shop a lot at Far East Plaza... here you can find very cute, trendy shoes for just US$10 or less! Lots of small shops selling women's clothing, men's clothing, accessories, shoes, bags... The latest peasant skirts can be found at many shops at Far East Plaza for US$10. Besides the basement, there are also more shops in the other floors of the building. Don't forget to go to "This Fashion" located near the taxi stand -some of the clothes do look kind of cheap, but if you look hard enough, there are some pretty good buys here.

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    Forum - The Shopping Mall: Forum - The Shopping Mall

    by imstress Updated May 1, 2005

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    Forum - The Shopping Mall - Several shops just for children including Guess? Kids and Toys 'R" Us and local children's retailers.

    There are Carts selling accessories, toys, earrings etc.

    Its is located beside Hilton Hotel.

    What to buy: Children's Clothes
    Toys and Games


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    Scotts Shopping Centre: Scotts Shopping Centre

    by imstress Written Apr 27, 2005

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    Scotts Shopping Centre, ideally situated between Marriott and Grand Hyatt hotels.

    It is in the heart of the retail crossroads of Scotts and Orchard Roads.

    Orchard MRT Station, CK Tang, Lido cineplex and Wheelock Place are all connected by underpasses.

    This is a women-centric shopping mall, Scotts Shopping Centre houses some of the most exciting names in fashion and fashion accessories to cater to needs of the modern working woman.

    Royal Diamond Industries, Kiehl's, Phillip Wain, Pois Boutique and Picnic Food Court are the anchor tentant.

    In the basement, the well-known Picnic Food Court offers a wide spread of famous local cuisine. my favourtive La Mian Xiao Long Bao has a branch here.

    Scotts Shopping Centre

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    Junction 8: Junction 8

    by imstress Written Apr 27, 2005

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    Junction 8 is situated in Bishan Town Centre. It is located between the Bishan MRT Station and bus interchange.

    Anchor tenants are Seiyu, NTUC, Food Junction, Best Denki, Sony Gallery, SISTIC.

    There are many snack shops such as:
    Ajisen Ramen, Auntie Anne's, Bee Cheng Hiang, Fei Siong, Jollibean, Lao Yu Tiao, Old Chang Kee, Pappa Roti, Polar, Sakae Sushi, Shihlin and Ya Kun.

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    Plaza Singapura: Plaza Singapura

    by imstress Written Apr 27, 2005

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    Take the MRT to Dhoby Ghaut Station and you can find Plaza Singapura.

    Anchor tenants include Carrefour, Marks and Spencer, John Little, Best Denki, Spotlight, Yamaha Music School, Kopitiam Foodcourt and Golden Village Cineplex.

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    Tiong Bahru Plaza: Tiong Bahru Plaza

    by imstress Written Apr 27, 2005

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    Tiong Bahru Plaza is located just above Tiong Bahru MRT station.

    It offers convenience and leisure options to its patrons.

    They have retail shops, fashion, lifestyle and restaurants.

    NTUC Supermarket, Kopitiam Food Court, Popular Book Store and Golden Village are their anchor tenant.

    There are some small eateries. Yakun, Old Chang Kee, Bengawan Solo, Sweetalk, Parklane Wanton Mee, Burger King, Shih Lin Mac Donalds, Long John Silver, Thai Express, Sake Sushi are enough to make u go hungry for.

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    Marina Square: Marina Square

    by imstress Written Apr 27, 2005

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    Marina Square is one of the largest shopping malls in Singapore.

    It is centrally located in the Marina Centre area with easy access to CityLink Mall, Suntec City, Millenia Walk, Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay and five 5-star hotels.

    They have many retail shops, restaurant, supermarket, cinema and food court.

    They have this Centre Stage concept where u can place order from 6 different restaurnats.

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    Tampines Mall: Out in the Provinces!

    by Hewer Updated Apr 1, 2005

    Tampines Mall is located very close to Changi Intenational Airport. It will take you 5-8 minutes in a taxi.

    I went there to see what an ordinary suburban shopping mall would be like. It has about 80 stores over 5 levels with cinema on top. There are also numerous stalls and informal little shops around the base of the mall where there are many bargains to be had.

    What to buy: This is probably convenient too if you have a long connection and want to leave the airport (admittedly, Changi is great but they don`t have everything ;-)

    Tampines Mall, Singapore

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    FF Kids & FF Baby: Inexpensive Clothes for Kids

    by nomadig Updated Feb 27, 2005

    Buying clothes for a child can be a costy and frustrating experience. FF Kids and FF Baby stores come to rescue, as the clothes both look good and don't cost a fortune. The range is from the newborn to the early teens.

    The quality of the clothes is good, and there is a lot of variety in styles and colours. Most of the clothes are, however, strongly coloured with the plumbing of the kid. There are a few unisex garments, but these are really an exception.

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    no names over each stand: vegetable market at Larkin Terminal in Johor

    by Skylink Written Feb 26, 2005

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    It's crowded. Prices seem reasonable. However, tourists usually have no need to buy fresh vegetables. If you want to see Johor city, you should get off the SBS 170 bus at the Malaysian checkpoint upon entering Malaysia. When you return, it is difficult to get from the Malaysian checkpoint to Johor city. So visit the city first then go to Larkin Terminal to get the SBS bus.

    What to buy: vegetables, newspapers, McDonald's, some cheap clothes.

    market by the bus terminal

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    Mothers Work: Inexpensive Maternity Clothes

    by nomadig Written Feb 24, 2005

    Have you or your spouse struggled to find decent pieces of inexpensive clothing when pregnant? Most of the stuff is either baggy or overpriced. Enter Mothers Work in Singapore.

    The shops sport good quality clothes for future mommies. All aspects of life are catered; work, leasure and celebrations. The prices are excellent, compared to those in Europe.

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