TOP 10 Places to Buy Souvenirs in Singapore

You need not burn a hole in your pocket just to buy souvenirs. Check out these places to get souvenirs at an affordable price!

TOP 1 Mustafa Centre

Mustafa Centre is a 24-hour one-stop shopping destination at Little India, one of the most popular cultural districts in Singapore. Apart from operating 24 hours, it is also conveniently located at one of the exits of Farrer Park MRT Station, making it highly accessible and easy to locate for tourists. Its 6-storey compound holds a vast range of products from groceries to electronics and other things for your daily needs. The collection of souvenirs is also rather impressive, with Singapore-themed key chains, fridge magnets, snow globes, chocolates and Merlion figurines. Uniquely Singapore products such as the Eagle Brand medicated oil, sauces and premixes are also available. The variety of products in Mustafa will blow your mind! An added point for Mustafa is they also have a money changer, so cash strapped tourists can get their currencies exchanged here.

Address: 145 Syed Alwi Rd, Singapore 207704

Opening hours: 24/7


TOP 2 Bugis Street

Bugis is one of Singapore’s most happening shopping districts with all sorts of apparels and accessories on offer from high end to low end. Bugis Street has long been known as the largest place for street shopping in Singapore. It houses a myriad of small boutique shops each with their own collection of stylish apparel, footwear, bags and accessories, thus promising a vast range of product offering. Souvenirs like Singapore-themed shirts, bags, accessories, cups, fridge magnets, key chains and many other products can be found here.

Address: 3 New Bugis Street, Singapore 188867

Opening hours: 11am–10pm


TOP 3 Chinatown

The cultural district of Chinatown offers a wide variety of souvenirs in the small stalls strewn along the street and in the traditional shophouses. Apart from Singapore-themed merchandise such as shirts and bags, you can also find Chinese merchandise such as traditional clothes, Chinese ointments and medicine, Chinese tea, antiques, scarfs, lanterns and modern Chinese calligraphy where you can your name written on a scroll.

Address: Pagoda Street, Chinatown


TOP 4 Haji Lane

The colourful shophouses in Haji Lane is a treasure trove for many unique souvenirs such as clothes and accessories designed by local designers, scarfs and textiles and middle-eastern merchandise such as brightly-coloured bowls, plates and lights. This is the place to be if you want to get something that’s out of the ordinary.


TOP 5  Lucky Plaza

Lucky Plaza is located at the heart of Orchard Road and offers affordable buys to tourists and locals. Apparels, shoes, perfumes, chocolates, sunglasses, mobile accessories and merchandise from the Philippines are some of the things you can find here.

Address: 304 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238863

Opening hours: 10am–10pm


TOP 6 Joo Chiat Complex

Joo Chiat Complex is a shopping complex at the eastern side of Singapore that houses many authentic Malay stores. Expect traditional Malay clothing and textile, handicrafts, pottery, jewelry and ingredients for Malay cooking.

Address: 1 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 420001


TOP 7 Golden Mile Complex

Golden Mile Complex is home to so many Thai stores that it is also known as ‘Little Thailand.’ You can find a whole lot of Thai-themed merchandise here such as Thai costumes, street wear, jewelry, snacks, soap bars, hair serums, masks, herbal medicine, condiments and groceries.

Address: 5001 Beach Rd, Singapore 199588

Opening hours: 11am – 10pm


TOP 8 Little India Arcade

Little India Arcade is located just across the road from Tekka Centre. It is a restored shophouse building which houses a myriad of shops selling Indian merchandise such as jewelry, henna and traditional Indian sweets.

Address : 48 Serangoon Rd, Singapore 217959

Opening hours: 9am-10pm


TOP 9  VivoCity

One of the biggest shopping malls in Singapore, it is no wonder that VivoCity is on this list. Its close proximity to Sentosa also means that there is a high flow of tourists here and thus a wide selection of souvenirs on offer. There’s no shortage of fashion items, cosmetics and many other merchandise.

Address: 1 Harbourfront Walk, Singapore 098585

Opening hours: 10am-10pm


TOP 10 Changi Airport

With its large number of duty free shops and the recently opened Jewel@Changi Airport, Changi Airport is undoubtedly a shopper’s paradise. Besides the usual chocolates, perfumes and liquor in duty free shops, many Singapore brands have also set up shop in Changi Airport’s terminals to enable tourists to grab the souvenirs conveniently. These brands include Bengawan Solo, Bee Cheng Hiang, Breadtalk, Irvin’s Salted Egg and many more. So fret not if you didn’t manage to get enough souvenirs during your time in Singapore as you can always do last minute shopping in Changi Airport!

Address : 65 Airport Blvd, Singapore 819663

Opening hours : 24 hours



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