Suntec City, Singapore
Suntec City Mall is spread over 830,000 sq ft of prime retail space and is one of the largest shopping malls in Singapore with over 350 retail outlets and more than 80 F&B outlets under one roof.
The kids will love buying a bag of fish food and feeding the Koi in their little oasis in the mall.
Now for some serious shopping!! I had heard of Suntec City and it wasn't far from the Carlton Hotel.... so we headed past Raffels for a block or two and came to it. Well you can't miss it!! Unique design and video screen rolling right in front of you with the latest bargains etc...
Well we didn't spend too much time here, because if I want to do some serious shopping .... I would head off to the markets ;o) ..... or in Singapore.... Little India or China Town ;o)
But we had good reports about the place and just had to experience it for ourselves :o)
THIS PLACE WAS A HUB FOR GETTING INVOLVED WITH THE WHOLE CITY....FROM SHOPPING TO CONVENTIONS TO TRAVEL.. .THIS PLACE HAD IT ALL. Singapore's largest shopping mall with over 270 retail, dining and entertainment outlets.
What to buy: I THINK THIS PLACE HAS ALMOST ANYTRHING YOU CAN IMAGINE...PRETTY MUCH !!!!!
What to pay: THER WERE A LOT OF GOOD PRICES HERE.. !!!!!
Suntec City is a popular shopping center besides the many restaurants and the Convention Center.
There is fengshui (Chinese geomancy) fountain that is called "Fountain of Wealth".
I find that the layout of Suntec City is a bit confusing as there are several blocks. So make sure you clearly identify which location if you are planning to meet up with someone there.
There is an overhead bridge and an underground link from Suntech to Raffles City and the Esplanade.
So many things to buy, so many things to see. From branded products such as Polo Ralph, to reasonably priced food stuff at Carrefour, you'd get your hands filled with the amount of damage you can do to your wallet/purse.
Take the entire day to shop and also, this is a good place to try out local food. Spend, spend, spend!
Suntec Convention Centre also gets to see varied number of companies hosting events such as IT Fair and even good travelling buys.
A famous mall in Singapore. As a big mall, you can find most famous brands here, cinema and food court. What is special about Suntect City? You will decide, but for me personally, Suntec City is a good shopping place when you don’t have much time to do shopping.
What to pay: Cash and Credit card
Suntec City is one of our favourite shopping spot.
Carrefour the giant supermarket has its 1st outlet there. There are many retail shops and restaurants and offices located here at Suntec City.
The Roti Prata at the Congress coffeeshop is one of my favourtie.
Travel, bridal, computer fairs are often held here.
There is shuttle bus from City Hall MRT Station. Alternative, just walk the underpass that is connected all the way via the "City Link" shopping mall.
What to buy: Congress - Roti Prata "must try"
Carrefour - Supermarket
The towers are arranged according to feng shui, with a large wishing fountain in the centre which has a light show on at night.
Affordable and good quality merchandise. The top floor is dedicated to cafes and restaurant serving up delicious soups, potato dishes, Italian, Oriental and seafood meals at good prices. After a long day shopping go up to the top floor and relax over your evening meal.
It is very easy to reach by taxi, but if you get the MRT then walk take care, as I myself missed the sign pointing in the direction of it.
What to buy: A wide variety of items can be purchased here, suitable for everyone - clothing, electrical goods, CDs, VCDs, DVDs, beauty products, food, drink, magazines and newspapers, books, and much much more! Suntec City is without a doubt my favourite mall in Singapore.
What to pay: Very affordable and good quality items here
HUGE mall! Easy access from Raffles Plaza and Swissotel The Stamford via the underground, air-conditioned City Link Mall. It is a very clean, very modern mall that could take days to get through. :-) The restaurants are too many to mention, and there is even a Mail Boxes, ETC and a 7 11 in the mall!
What to buy: I'm not much of a shopper, but mainly went to see what restaurants were available. I hear electronics are reasonable.
The biggest shopping center in Singapore, Suntec City is bigger than its nearest competitor by many times. The variety of goods is so huge that you can practically find every products here, and the best part is that the price sold here is the same as sold elsewhere. Beside the shops, there are great buffet lunch and dinner at Suntec City. Both Singaporean and tourists like to go to the Fountain of Wealth located at the basement of Suntec City as it is rumored that good luck follows after you make a wish there. At night, the Fountain of Wealth comes alive and its effects is dazzling. To get to Suntec City, use the underground pass from the City Hall MRT that link directly to Suntec City. Another way is to take a shuttle bus from above Raffles Place MRT to go there.
If you're looking for a big, glitzy shopping mall in the Singapore tradition, then Suntec City is the place. It has more than 300 specialty shops and restaurants and is spread out between four towers over four levels.
What to pay: There are a few bargains to be found, especially in some of the temporary stalls but mostly prices are mid range.
You can find all kinds of stores and restaurants here. There have various performance events from time to time. At night there is a laser light show in the area where the fountain of wealth is. You can also walk around the fountain of wealth for good luck.
What to buy: anything
What to pay: varies
That place is huge...it's worth taking the ride to go see it.
It is made of 4 towers and one exhibition hall linked together by a gigantic underground shopping mall where you will find everything you need.
Carrefour, a french megastore is also close by
What to buy: Anything you want
The only Tower Records in Singapore can be found in Suntec City Mall. They offer a large choice of low priced DVD's and CD's.
What to buy: DVD's and CD's.
What to pay: DVD's cost between 20 and 30 S$.