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Shopping Malls in Singapore

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Singapore is one of the major shopping destinations of Southeast Asia. Tourists from throughout the region descend on Singapore to explore its many shopping malls. In addition to the usual air-conditioned malls, I also include some of the neighbourhood shopping centres into this page.

Albert Complex

GPS: 1.3024, 103.85379


Bugis Junction

GPS: 1.29952, 103.85569

City Square Mall, Singapore

City Square Mall

GPS: 1.31147, 103.85667


Far East Square

GPS: 1.28327, 103.84837


Ngee Ann City

GPS: 1.30259, 103.83452


Serangoon Plaza

GPS: 1.31089, 103.85523


Shaw House

GPS: 1.30568, 103.83168


Wisma Atria

GPS: 1.31089, 103.85523


More Shopping Malls in Singapore

  1. 313@Somerset
    Shopping mall along Somerset Road.
  2. CityLink Mall
    The first subterranean mall in Singapore.
  3. DFS Galleria
    Luxury shopping mall along Scotts Road.
  4. Far East Plaza
    One of the older shopping malls along Scotts Road.
  5. Shaw House
    Conversed area with shops and restaurants in the Financial District of Singapore.
  6. Forum The Shopping Mall
    Shopping mall along Orchard Road with numerous outlets for young children.
  7. Funan DigitaLife Mall
    Shopping mall specializing in electronics and IT goods.
  8. International Building
    Small shopping centre next to Shaw House.
  9. ION Orchard
    Shopping mall at the junction of Orchard Road and Paterson Road.
  10. Liat Towers
    High-rise office block with shopping mall along Orchard Road.
  11. Little India Arcade
    A cluster of shophouses that have been restored and turned into a bazaar.
  12. Lucky Plaza One of the first shopping mall to introduce observation lifts to Orchard Road.
  13. Meritus Mandarin Singapore
    Five-star hotel with an upscale shopping arcade called Mandarin Gallery.
  14. Mustafa Centre
    Shopping centre in the Little India area catering to the needs of the neighbourhood, behind Wisma Atria.
  15. Orchard Central
    Shopping mall along Orchard Road opened in 2009.
  16. Orchard Plaza
    Working-class shopping mall along Orchard Road between Koek Road and Cavenagh Road.
  17. Orchard Point
    Shopping mall along Orchard Road.
  18. Pacific Plaza
    Shopping mall along Scotts Road.
  19. Palais Renaissance
    Upscale shopping mall along Orchard Road.
  20. Paragon Shopping Centre
    Upscale shopping mall along Orchard Road.
  21. Peninsula Shopping Centre
    Shopping mall along Coleman Street.
  22. Peninsula Plaza
    Shopping mall along North Bridge Road.
  23. Plaza Singapura (Shopping Malls)
    A huge shopping mall along Orchard Road.
  24. Raffles City
    Commercial development occupying a whole city block at Stamford and Bras Basah Roads.
  25. Scotts Square
    Shopping mall and luxury condominiums (under construction) along Scotts Road.
  26. Suntec City
    Commercial development comprising a shopping mall and five high-rise office blocks.
  27. Tangs Department Store (Shopping Malls)
    Upscale store on Orchard Road.
  28. Tekka Market
    Working class shopping centre formerly the Kandang Kerbau Market
  29. The Adelphi
    Commercial block with offices and retail outlets along North Bridge Road.
  30. The Centrepoint
    Shopping mall along Orchard Road with Robinsons as the anchor tenant.
  31. The Heeren Shops
    Shopping mall along Orchard Road geared towards the youth market.
  32. VivoCity
    Presently the biggest shopping mall in Singapore, located at HarbourFront.
  33. Wheelock Place
    Shopping mall-cum-office block at the junction of Orchard Road and Paterson Road.

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