Singapore Shopping

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  • Bugis & Kampong Glam Shopping

    Bugis & Kampong Glam Shopping

    The original home of the Malay aristocracy during the time of Sir Stamford Raffles, Kampong Glam, named after a tree, is the Malay-Muslim enclave. Read More...

  • Chinatown Shopping

    Chinatown Shopping

    With the Chinese forming over 75% of the population, one can expect Chinatown to be a prominent landmark that evolved from the time of the first immigrants in the 19th century. Read More...

  • Clarke Quay & Riverside Shopping

    Clarke Quay Shopping

    The Singapore River has played a significant role in the history of the island. From the time of Sir Stamford Raffles, the river has established itself as a thriving centre for trading.  Read More...

  • Geylang Shopping

    Geylang Serai Shopping

    Located east of the central area of Singapore, Geylang Serai has been the centre of the Malay community since the mid-19th century. Read More...

  • Holland Village Shopping

    Holland Village Shopping

    Holland Village, Holland Road, Holland Avenue, Holland Close and Holland Drive, got their names from Hugh Holland in 1907, an early resident of Singapore who was an architect. Read More...

  • Little India Shopping

    Little India Shopping

    One of the most colourful and vibrant ethnic enclaves in Singapore, Little India is a hive of activity from dawn to midnight everyday and is the focal point of the Indian community. Read More...

  • Marina Bay Shopping

    Marina Bay Shopping

    Marina Bay was artificially created through land development in the 1970s. Today, the area is known commercially for its hotels, offices, entertainment and shopping centres. Read More...

  • North Bridge Road & Stamford Road Shopping

    North Bridge Rd. Shopping

    The North Bridge-Stamford Road intersection is home to some of Singapore’s most prominent landmarks. Read More...

  • Orchard Road Shopping

    Orchard Road Shopping

    Similar to London’s Oxford Street or Hong Kong’s Tshimshatsui, this bustling boulevard got its name after the nutmeg and pepper plantations that once lined it in the 1800s. Read More...

  • Sentosa and Harbourfront Shopping

    Sentosa & Harbourfront Shopping

    Singapore's Harbourfront and Sentosa island (just across the water) both present some fantastic shopping opportunities. Read More...

Goods and Services Tax

Visitors who spend more than S$100 in a single receipt are entitled to  their 7% GST (Goods & Services Tax) refund if they leave Singapore by air under two central refund agencies - Global Refund Singapore Pte Ltd and Premier Tax Free (Singapore) Pte Ltd. Terms and conditions apply.

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