TOP 10 Shopping Spots for Ladies in Singapore

Attention ladies! Check out these shopping spots that offer everything that you ever need, and more!

TOP 1 Bugis 

Bugis Street is a well-known street shopping location that offers a wide variety of apparels, accessories, watches, etc that fulfil your fashion needs. It is conveniently situated within a 5-min walking distance from the Bugis MRT station. You can also check out Bugis Junction and Bugis+ which are both shopping malls located beside Bugis Street and house a range of fashion retailers.


TOP 2 Plaza Singapura

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Located above the Dhoby Ghaut interchange which serves 3 MRT lines, Plaza Singapura is easily the most accessible shopping mall, and one of the biggest malls in the city centre. There’s a total of 9 levels of retail space with a huge range of offerings – retail stores for fashion, beauty products, electronics, household goods, supermarkets, departmental stores, restaurants, finger food stalls, art and craft stores, music schools and an arcade and cinema on its top floors. It would not be an exaggeration to say that this is a one-stop mall that can supply all your needs.


TOP 3 VivoCity

VivoCity is one of the largest shopping malls in Asia. With seven floors of retail stores, amusement options and eateries, VivoCity is a one-stop shopping and entertainment destination for bargain seekers and fun lovers alike. This suburban shopping mall houses the biggest multiplex cinema in Singapore along with a Sky Park and 4 food courts – it is no wonder that this megamall has been chosen as one of the best shopping destinations in the country by AsiaOne People’s Choice Awards consistently for the past 9 years. The recent opening of library@harbourfront only adds to its appeal as tired shoppers can now take a seat in the library which faces the scenic waterfront and Sentosa Island.


TOP 4 ION Orchard

ION Orchard is an iconic shopping mall set above the bustling Orchard MRT Station. It is one of Singapore’s most glamorous shopping complex which counts a host of luxury brands as its tenants. Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., Miu Miu, Cartier, Prada, and Yves Saint Laurent are just a few of the luxury brands housed here. You can also find fast fashion retailers such as Uniqlo and H&M. There is a wide selection of food ranging from local hawker delights to cafes, casual dining outlets and fine dining outlets. While you’re here, don’t forget to make your way to ION Sky which is an indoor observation deck on the 56th floor. With high tech telescopes, you will be in for a gorgeous view of the Singapore skyline.


TOP 5 Paragon Shopping Centre

The Paragon (aka Paragon Shopping Centre) is yet another iconic mall along Orchard Road with its prominent glass exterior. It is a premium shopping mall complete with luxury brands, mid-range brands, a departmental store and a supermarket. The basement is chock full of eateries, with usual suspects such as Din Tai Fung and Fish & Co, and more unique offerings such as Chalk Farm (a popular cake and traditional desserts shop) and Sinpopo (a casual dining restaurants offering contemporary renditions of traditional dishes).

Paragon is also the perfect place to get your hands on souvenirs, with shops like Bee Cheng Hiang, Honeymill and Thye Moh Chan. With a children’s playground and Paragon Junior on level 5 where you can find a variety of children’s clothes and toys, your young family members won’t miss out on the fun too!


TOP 6 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

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Part of the iconic Marina Bay Sands integrated development, the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands is Southeast Asia’s largest collection of luxury fashion, watch and jewelry brands, as well as exclusive emerging labels and children’s collections. The dining options are also top-notched with restaurants opened by celebrity chefs such as Cut by Wolfgang Puck and Adrift by David Myers. The 2155-seat Sands Theatre offers world-class performances. The sloping glass windows allow the entry of natural light and contributes to the spatial effect of the complex. Other interesting features include a 150-metre canal where shoppers can enjoy a sampan boat ride and the rain oculus which gathers and pours out 22,000 litres of water per minute into the indoor canal, a truly spectacular sight. Shoppers should catch the Spectra, the Marina Bay Sands light and water show which plays twice nightly at 8pm and 9pm.


TOP 7 Far East Plaza

At Far East Plaza, you can find a myriad of shops selling fashionable clothing, footwear, bags and accessories at affordable prices, making it a popular haunt for students and young people. Tired shoppers can rest their feet at one of the many manicure, pedicure and massage shops here. With a number of tailors scattered throughout the complex, especially on the higher levels, this is also a great place if you wish to have tailor-made clothing.


TOP 8 Haji Lane

Tired of shopping malls? Head down to Haji Lane for a refreshing shopping experience instead! The rows of shophouses separated by narrow streets are perfect photograph spots with their colourful wall paintings and murals. Each of the shops have their own sets of unique offerings such as vintage apparel, quaint jewellery, personalised gifts, and retro and quirky crafts. Haji Lane is also home to a host of hip cafes such as Juice Clinic and Selfie Coffee.


TOP 9 Lucky Plaza

Lucky Plaza is one of the few malls along Orchard Road that caters to budget shoppers. Copious goods such as clothes, shoes, accessories, watches, sweets and chocolates, household goods and food products are sold at wallet-friendly prices. There are also restaurants offering local and Filipino cuisine.


TOP 10 Clarke Quay Central

Located along the banks of the Singapore River, Clarke Quay Central is a chic shopping mall that houses over 130 retail and F&B stores over 5 levels. Explore the various shops and soak in the fantastic river view at the same time! Complete the experience by taking a stroll along the Singapore River or chilling at one of the bars that line the riverbank.



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