TOP 10 Biggest Shopping Malls in Singapore

Singapore is a shopper’s paradise with endless retail and dining options. These big shopping malls in Singapore are bound to feed your appetite for shopping and food!

TOP 1 VivoCity

Located opposite the shores of Sentosa Island is VivoCity, one of the largest shopping malls in Singapore. It’s many retail stores and restaurants are spread out over more than 1 million square feet of lettable floor space spanning 5 storeys. Besides a plethora of fast fashion brands and casual dining restaurants, it also houses a cinema, TANGS departmental store, local supermarket giant Fairprice’s largest store, library@harbourfront and the monorail station which offers direct connectivity to Sentosa. Shoppers who are tired from shopping can take a break at the sky park and amphitheatre at the top floor which offers astounding views of the sea and Sentosa Island.

Designed by Japanese architect Toyo Ito, VivoCity’s architecture is distinctly different from other shopping malls with pockets of open spaces, event spaces and al-fresco dining by the promenade facing Sentosa. There are also various features that cater to kids such as the open-air playground, the water fountains at the entrance area and the wading pool on the top floor.

Location: 1 Harbourfront Walk, Singapore 098585

Opening hours: 10am-10pm daily


TOP 2 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

Located in between the Marina Reservoir and the three iconic towers of Marina Bay Sands, the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands is a magnificent glass structure that houses an impressive collection of luxury brands under its roof. Almost every luxury brand you can think of can be found along its corridors, with the exception of Louis Vuitton which is housed in a crystal island on the Marina Reservoir facing the Shoppes. The interior is spacious and classy, with natural light shining in through the glass which adds to its elegance.

The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands is also home to a host of celebrity chef restaurants such as CUT by Wolfgang Puck, DB Bistro and Oyster Bar and Adrift by David Meyers. Special features of the mall include an indoor canal where shoppers can take a sampan ride and be transported through the mall and the Rain Oculus which gathers and pours out 22,000 litres of water per minute, a laudable effort in the resort’s practice of sustainability. While you’re there, be sure to catch Spectra, a breathtaking laser display and light show which plays twice nightly at 8pm and 9pm.

Address: 2 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956

Opening hours:
Sunday-Thursday 10:30am-11pm
Friday-Saturday 10:30-11:30pm


TOP 3 ION Orchard

Located right above the Orchard MRT Station, ION Orchard stands prominently at the heart of the famous Orchard Road shopping belt. With the tall beams and the magnificent exterior of glass tiles gleaming in the sun, it is a structure that is impossible to miss as you walk down the bustling Orchard Road. ION Orchard boasts an impressive collection of luxury brands as well as fast fashion retailers such as Uniqlo and H&M. On top of that, the food selection is also rather extensive with cafes, specialty restaurants and snack and dessert shops.

Fret not if you’re on a budget as ION Orchard has options that caters to you too! Head to Basement 4 which is chock full of affordable eateries and a food court which sells almost every kind of local cuisine at an affordable price. Japanese discount store Daiso which sells almost all of its items at $2 also has a huge store here, so turn on your shopping mode!

Shoppers who have spent $20 and above in a single receipt can gain entry to ION Sky, an indoor observation deck on the 56th floor of ION Orchard. From there, you can get breathtaking 360-degree views of the city and also feast your eyes on multimedia shows featuring the culture and heritage of Singapore.

Address: 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801

Opening hours: 10am-10pm daily


TOP 4 Suntec City Mall

Suntec City Mall is one of the biggest malls in the Marina Bay area, boasting more than 380 retail and dining outlets in its five towers flanking the famous Fountain of Wealth. There are more than 100 food and beverage outlets so you can be sure of finding something that suits your taste. The multitude of stores is segmented into four zones, the North Wing, East Wing, West Wing and the Fountain Court, and covers everything from fashion, health and beauty products, electronics and lifestyle products.

The Suntec City complex also houses the Suntec City Convention Centre where frequent fairs and sales events are held, such as the COMEX IT Fair, baby fair, travel fair and bookfest.

Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038983

Opening hours: 10am – 10pm


TOP 5 Jewel Changi Airport

The newest kid on the block, Jewel Changi Airport has fast become a hot favourite among locals and tourists alike with its iconic design, hedge maze, canopy park, canopy bridge and indoor waterfall which is the tallest indoor waterfall in the world. Its tenant mix is no less impressive with unique stores like Singapore’s first Pokemon centre, Shake Shack, Burger and Lobster, A&W and the largest Nike store in South East Asia.

Plenty of local food stores that are very popular among Singaporeans have also set up shop here so you can taste the best of Singapore food without even leaving the airport! These shops include  Rich and Good cake shop which specializes in Swiss rolls, and Birds of Paradise which is a specialty ice cream shop with freshly-made thyme-infused cones and exquisite ice cream flavours made of herbs, spices and flowers.

Address: 78 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819666

Opening hours: 24 hours (most shops are opened from 10am to midnight)


TOP 6 Plaza Singapura

Plaza Singapura is a huge mall which stands above the busy Dhoby Ghaut Interchange which connects 3 MRT line. Expect a huge range of lifestyle and dining options, fashion boutiques, cosmetics shops, gift shops, departmental stores, art and craft specialty stores, an arcade and a cinema on its top floor. With the opening of a new wing which increases its tenanted area significantly, the number of food and beverage outlets have been expanded to include an even greater variety of cuisines from all over the world. The new wing houses the famous Hong Kong Michelin-starred Tim Ho Wan’s first overseas restaurant and also Nanjing Impressions, which prides itself on authentic traditional dishes from Nanjing which are a rarity now.

Address: 68 Orchard Road, Singapore 238839

Opening hours: 11am – 10pm daily



Tucked away in Jurong East, IMM is Singapore’s largest outlet mall with more than 90 outlet stores offering a wide range of goods from clothes, shoes, sporting goods, watches to children’s clothes. Some of the well-known brands with outlet stores here include Calvin Klein Jeans, Coach, Kate Spade, City Chain, Converse, Hush Puppies, New Balance, Nike, Adidas, Winter Time, Timberland, Onitsuka Tiger and G2000. With the availability of warehouse facilities within the mall, these outlet stores are able to carry a wide selection of goods and sell them at an unbeatable price.

On top of these outlet stores, there are also 220 retail shops, more than 50 food and beverage stores and a hypermarket to make sure that all your needs are met. Children can have fun at the  wet and dry playgrounds on Level 3 while the adults are doing their shopping.

Address: 2 Jurong East Street 21, Singapore 609601

Opening hours: 10am – 10pm daily


TOP 8 City Square Mall

Located in the Little India district, City Square Mall is a bustling shopping complex directly connected to Farrer Park MRT Station. It has about 200 tenants spread over seven levels that caters to the needs to mid-income families with offerings ranging from food to education, leisure and household. Decathlon, Singapore’s biggest sports retailer has an outlet there which offers affordable sportswear, shoes & gear for over 60 sports. Your grocery needs can be met at FairPrice and Japanese retailer Don Don Donki which also has stalls offering authentic Japanese cuisine and a dining area. The cinema, karaoke and arcade on the higher levels provide entertainment and cement City Square Mall’s position as a one-stop shopping mall that meets all your needs.

Address: 180 Kitchener Road, Singapore 208539

Opening hours: 10am – 10pm daily


TOP 9 313@Somerset

Adorned by pockets of flashing lights on its exterior, 313@Somerset is one of the most vibrant shopping malls on Orchard Road which houses a mix of international clothing brands such as Zara and Forever 21, and local brands such as Love, Bonito and Editor’s Market. There are also experiential stores by electronics giants such as Samsung, Huawei and Sony. The dining scene is no less interesting with cuisines from all around the world from tan yu (Chong Qing spicy grilled fish), nipong naepong (Korean-styled noodles) to Trattoria Italian Kitchen and the famous Haidilao Hotpot.

Address: 313 Orchard Road, Singapore 238895

Opening hours: 10am – 10pm daily


TOP 10 Paragon Shopping Centre

Another iconic shopping mall along Orchard Road, Paragon hosts several luxury brands along with a departmental store, a supermarket and medical suites. The basement of the mall is an oasis for tired shoppers with a range of casual dining restaurants and eateries, including more unique ones like Sinpopo Brand which infuses local elements into dishes and desserts, and Chalk Farm which sells traditional Nyonya desserts and irresistible cakes. There are also several popular homegrown brands such as Bee Cheng Hiang and Janice Wong which you can get your uniquely Singapore food souvenirs.

Shoppers with young children can head to Paragon Junior on Level 5 which has a collection of more than 20 shops offering a wide range of kids’ apparels, toys and even music lessons!

Address: 290 Orchard Road, Singapore 238859

Opening hours: 10am – 10pm daily



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