Design Orchard

Peruse inspired wares and local works of craftsmanship at Design Orchard—A space where creativity, commerce and collaboration converge.


VivoCity is the largest shopping mall in Singapore, and in a country bursting to the seams with the things, that’s quite a title to hold. Running true to its ‘lifestyle centre’ marketing tag, VivoCity boasts 15 cinema screens, a rooftop amphitheatre, an open-air play ground, an art gallery and a plethora of restaurants and bars – all alongside a never-ending list of high street stores and outlets

Haji Lane

For a shopping experience that feels a million miles away from Singapore’s multitude of malls, head to the hipster-haven that is Haji Lane. The impossibly narrow road is decked-out with cute vintage stores and boutiques, instantly recognisable with its colourful wall paintings – providing as much a photo-op as a place to come shopping. After dark, Haji Lane is a great spot to come drinking too!

Clarke Quay

For most, Clarke Quay is a place to come to wine and dine in one of its many impressive waterfront restaurants, or just take a relaxing stroll through the vibrant avenues which are bursting with colour and night time activity. Amidst all the fun, there’s a great range of boutique stores and fashion outlets to be enjoyed as well. Don’t forget that Clarke Quay boasts its fair share of malls too; Clarke Quay Central, Riverside Point and Great World City are all in the nearby vicinity.

Bugis Street Market

Sandwiched between Little India in the north and Marina Bay towards the south, Bugis Street Market is one of the most thriving shopping spots in Singapore. With over 800 stalls all under one giant canvass roof – it’s actually the largest street market in town, and visitors could spend hours browsing the huge range of cheap clothes stores, electronics stalls and eateries which are all packed in tightly making for a fun and friendly shopping experience.