Best Shopping Malls in Singapore

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Singapore has gained stature as one of the best shopping destinations in the world. Vast Singapore shopping malls with small vintage boutique shops, designer clothes, luxury fashion goods, colourful markets brimming with local souvenirs and bargains make up the Singapore shopping mall landscape.

All of these feature in our rundown list of the best shopping malls in Singapore. As a traveller, you will be surprised by the boundless shopping options and free places to visit in Singapore.

20 Best Shopping Malls in Singapore

The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

Shopping is one of the country’s national pastimes and for all things glitz and glam, tourists and locals can spend their time shopping at one of the best malls in Singapore–The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands[1].

Undoubtedly, the swankiest shopping mall in Singapore offers a broad array of high-street favourites, retail space, shops, food options with an excellent food court, celebrity restaurants, luxury brands, and more under one roof. Shop at the likes of Fendi, Chanel, Miu Miu, Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Tom Ford, Salvatore Ferragamo, and more.

For an upscale dining experience, check out restaurants from the world’s leading celebrity chefs such as Wolfgang Puck, Guy Savoy, Mario Batali, and others. Kick back and entertain yourself by watching a show at the Sands Theatre (almost resembling the Star Theatre in Star Vista).


10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore, 018956

How to get there

From Bayfront MRT Station, take Exit C or D.

Best Shopping Malls in Singapore

Plaza Singapura

Another best shopping mall in Singapore, Plaza Singapura is a vibrant Singapore mall with everything you need with an excellent food court, restaurants, shops, beauty salons, massage places, and more.

The shopping mall is also one of the top go-to destinations for DIY thanks to the art and craft supply stores like Art Friend and Spotlight. For visitors who are hoping to kill two birds with one stone, Plaza Singapura is the perfect spot to shop local brands at a multi-label boutique, NomadX, or beauty salons at mega Sephora store found in the mall as well.

A large Golden Village cinema is located on the top floor to satisfy your entertainment needs.


68 Orchard Road Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839

How to get there

Basement 2 of Plaza Singapura is connected to Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station.

Orchard Road Shopping Malls

Ngee Ann City

One of the top shopping centres in town, the Ngee Ann City of Orchard Road (aka Orchard Street, the trendy sister street of Bugis Street) is home to local and luxury brands, including Kinokuniya bookstore, Takashimaya (the largest department store in Singapore), plus a bevvy of salons and aesthetic service.

It is no surprise that this mall comes to life when holding massive shopping events, during the festive season, exhibitions, and roadshows at Civic Plaza and Takashimaya Square.


391 Orchard Road Ngee Ann City, Singapore 238872

How to get there

Take the MRT station and depart at either Somerset or Orchard. By bus, get off at Lucky Plaza (one of the shopping centres in Orchard Road), Tang Plaza, or the Mandarin Hotel.

Best Singapore Shopping Centres


A haven for technology geeks, Funan shopping mall Singapore offers the widest and newest range of gadgets, from desktop computers and laptops to digital cameras, printers, and more.


107 North Bridge Road, Singapore 179105

How to get there

Take the MRT station at City Hall East-West Line (EW13) or North-South Line (NS25). The nearest bus stop is after City Hall Station Exit B, or opposite the treasury.

Malls with Choice Boutique Shops

Wheelock Place

The iconic conical glass roof design together with the fancy office tower, nostalgic Borders bookstore, and the best food hall in Singapore by Marks & Spencer that spell Wheelock Place for most.

Over the years, Wheelock Place has reinvented itself and is now home to dental and aesthetics, fashion accessory labels, and salons. The Holystic Sneaker Laundry is also found near the M&S Cafe.

If you need a quick break from shopping, you can rest your legs and watch people at Prive’s Alfresco Terrace.


Wheelock Place, 501 Orchard Road, Singapore 238880

How to get there

Alight at Orchard MRT Station NS22. Take Exit E and enter from the underpass along Paterson Link. The nearest bus stops are at Tang Plaza, Royal Thai Embassy, and Orchard MRT Station. Carpark entrance is accessible via Angullia Park.

Ngee Ann City Shopping Centre

Jewel at Changi Airport

Jewel Changi Airport (Jewel) is a brand new multi-dimensional lifestyle destination in Singapore! Nestled right in the heart of Jewel fuses one-of-a-kind play attractions and immense landscaping with over 280 exciting shopping and dining options, airport facilities, and a 130-room hotel for travellers. Catch the hourly sound and light show at the HSBC Rain Vortex, Jewel’s 40-meter-tall indoor waterfall!


78 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819666

How to get there

Take the MRT to the Changi Airport Station (CG2). Upon exiting the station, Jewel is accessible via link bridges situated at levels 2 of Terminals 2 and 3. By car, Jewel is just a 20-40 minutes drive via East Coast Parkway (ECP), Tampines Expressway (TPE), and Seletar Expressway (SLE), and Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE). Bus Services will stop at Terminal 1’s basement bus bay.

Suntec City Mall Shops

Clarke Quay

A riverside landmark, the historic Clarke Quay borders Singapore’s downtown district. Besides the fancy waterfront restaurants, there is also a great range of fashion outlets, boutique stores, shops, and malls along this breathtaking quay.

The glistening water of the Singapore River offers a pleasant backdrop for the bustling restaurants, shops, and bars as well. Being home to high-street brands from across the world, Clarke Quay is one of the best places to splurge on shopping.


3 River Valley Rd, Singapore 179024

How to get there

Clarke Quay MRT station on the North-East line is situated within the vicinity.

Top Go-To Malls in Singapore

ION Orchard

ION Orchard is one of the most popular and biggest shopping malls in Singapore. From the ground, floor up is the big brand designer names, from Prada to Gucci, Kate Spade to Diane von Furstenburg. Descend through the floors to hunt down high-street fashion such as Mango, Zara, TopShop, and more.

Besides these high-street favourites, Basement level 4 also has a superb food court, dishing up some of the well-liked dishes in Singapore, and elsewhere throughout the mall, there are more dining options that visitors can ever hope to try.

For an even better view, step out onto Ion Sky, the observation deck of the mall found on the 55th and 56th.

What’s more, getting to the mall is easy as it is found in close proximity to the Paragon Shopping Centre–one of the premier shopping centres on Orchard Road and runs regular promotions along with a myriad of the best shops to offer and more.


2 Orchard Turn Ion Orchard, Singapore 238801

How to get there

ION Orchard Shopping Centre Singapore is accessible directly from Orchard MRT Station and is also connected via underground walkways to numerous other Orchard Road shopping malls (Singapore), including Mandarin Gallery Shopping Center, Ngee Ann City, Wisma Atria, Tangs, and Wheelock Place.

Golden Village Retail Therapy

Raffles Hotel Arcade

Set against an exclusive colonial architectural backdrop, in one of the few remaining great 19th century hotels across the globe is Raffles Arcade. It offers a curated selection of shopping experience and sophisticated lifestyles for discerning visitors, guests, and the community at large.

A refreshing new social space, an oasis nestled in the heart of the city–the hotel invites you to immerse in a tropical respite where luxury meets craftsmanship and heritage as The Raffles Arcade officially opens.


1 Beach Road Raffles Hotel, Singapore 189673

How to get there

The mall is 3 mins walking distance from Exit F to Esplanade MRT (CC3) and 2 mins walk to the bust stop B01029

Little India Shopping Area


One of the largest shopping malls in Singapore, Vivocity is located on the HarbourFront with a large hawker centre style food court, and renowned as the entertainment, ultimate shopping, and lifestyle destination.

With a store where every high-street shops abound, this place is undoubtedly a paradise for all Shopaholics. Anchor tenants include Forever 21, H&M, American Eagle, Uniqlo, Gap, and MUJI. Plus, Vivocity is also a tourist-friendly shopping mall as most retail stores offer promos and discounts that are available only to tourists–which is why it was called one of the best shopping malls in Singapore.


1 Harbourfront Walk Vivo City, Singapore 098585

How to get there

Simply catch the Sentosa Express from Sentosa Island or the cable car from Mount Faber.

Places in Singapore for Retail Therapy

Raffles City

Situated across the street in the Civic District from the historic Raffles Hotel and tourists sites, and amidst two underground stations, Raffles City Shopping Centre is a gem for consumers looking for luxury items.

With its excellent food court, the lower floors have a wide range of busy cuisine available, while the upper floors have a broad selection of both fancy brands and regular stores.


252 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 179101

How to get there

Has direct access to City Hall MRT station and is also linked to underground passes via one of the MRT stations to other shopping malls such as CityLink Mall, Marina Square Mall, and Suntec City Mall.

Retail Stores Around Singapore

Suntec City

Singapore is recognized for its sprawling shopping malls and Suntec City Mall is no exception. Known as the second-largest shopping mall in Singapore boasting over 360 retail therapy outlets and more than 50 places to eat, the mall has four areas ( east wing, west wing, fountain terrace, north wing) worth of stores for you to check out.

With the popular Fountain of Wealth emerging as the crowning glory, a trip to the shopping mall almost feels like an excursion. Besides the karaoke studio, arcade, numerous restaurants, and local boutiques, there is also the Suntec City Convention Centre nearby, where exhibitions, concerts, and mega sale events take place.


3 Temasek Boulevard Suntec City, Singapore 038983

How to get there

Suntec City Mall is easily accessible by bus or MRT, next to the Central Business District (CBD). Via MRT, depart at the City Hall or at Esplanade Station, then walk for 10 minutes through the City Link Mall, or take the free shuttle bus between Suntec City Mall and City Hall MRT. Buses stop right outside the convention centre.

Singapore Shopping Complex


Another famous shopping centre and one of the most vibrant shopping malls on Orchard Road, 313@Somerset. It is adorned by pockets of flashing lights on its exterior which houses a blend of international clothing brands as Forever 21 and Zara, and local brands such as Bonito, Love, and Editor’s Market (best shopping centre in Singapore for retail therapy).

There are also experiential stores by electronics giants such as Huawei, Samsung, and Sony. The dining options are no less interesting with cuisines worldwide from Nipong Naepong (Korean-styled noodles), Tan Yu (Chong Qing spicy grilled fish) to the famous Haidilao Hotpot and Trattoria Italian Kitchen.

Located on the fifth floor of 313@Somerset is the popular food court Food Republic as well. Plus, getting to the mall is easy as it’s situated near Mandarin Gallery Shopping Center that serves over 100 small shops.


313 Orchard Road 313 @ Somerset, Singapore 238895

How to get there

Located just right above Somerset MRT Station

List of Singapore Shopping Malls

Tekka Centre

Part food centre (with several food stalls), part wet market ( where you’ll find fresh meat), and part shopping mall (produce on sale), Tekka Centre Market is a place where numerous ethnic communities intersect to create a multicultural shopping fiesta. Established in 1915, Tekka Centre moved its recent location in 1982 and since then became a landmark in Little India.


665 Buffalo Road Zhujiao Centre (Tekka Market) Singapore 210665 Singapore

How to get there

Tekka Market just steps away from the Little India MRT Station

Paragon Shopping Centre

City Square Mall

Situated in the Little India district, City Square Mall is a heaving shopping complex. Ask any parent for a children-friendly mall reco and the City Square, which is an eco-conscious mall, will come to mind. But there is more for adults, too! Check out, Don Don Donki, Decathlon, a suspended playground, a cinema, and more.


180 Kitchener Road City Square Mall, Singapore 208539 Singapore

How to get there

Take Farrer Park MRT station which is accessed directly to the mall

ION Orchard Shopping Mall

Mustafa Centre

Mustafa Centre is unique from other shopping malls and has a different shopping experience. The basic speciality is that the mall is open for 24 hours and sells designer products (modern retails, traditional Southeast Asian or Singaporean, or Western-type clothing) from textiles to watches and electronics which is indeed the best place to shop in Singapore than anywhere else in town.


145 Syed Alwi Road Mustafa Centre, Singapore 207704 Singapore

How to get there

Take the North-East Line MRT, departing at Farrer Park Station. By car, Mustafa Centre (the main retail hub of Little India) is just right at the corner of Serangoon Road and Syed Alwi Road.

Best Place for Tourist to Shop in Singapore

Chinatown Point

Chinatown Point is one of the best shopping places and the most fascinating market area in Singapore for those on a budget. It is definitely a great place to buy souvenirs, spices, and clothes since all the shops across the road sell them at an expendable price. On top of that, you can heartily bargain in Chinatown until you feel satisfied with your purchase!


133 New Bridge Rd, Singapore 059413

How to get there

Has direct connectivity via a basement link to the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) Chinatown Interchange Station, which serves both Downtown and North-East Lines.

Singapore Malls with Dining Options

Jurong Point Shopping Mall

Jurong Point Shopping Mall is yet another lifestyle paradise to every Shopaholics! Opened in 1995, the building had two expansions, adding more and more shops to serve the public better.

At present, the mall has served over 500,000 residential needs in offering a dazzling range of services, culinary delights, merchandise, and groceries. Just in case you want to do some last-minute grocery shopping, there is also Fairprice Xtra at Jurong Point.


1 Jurong West Central 2, Singapore 648886

How to get there

The mall is linked to both Boon Lay MRT Station and Boon Lay Bus Interchange

Southeast Asian Cuisine and Shopping

Capitol Singapore

Situated on the grounds of the legendary Capitol Theatre, the Capitol Singapore Shopping Centre is home to some of Singapore’s most famous multi-brand and homegrown stores and is decorated with opulent Art Deco-inspired interiors. Getting hunger pangs? Alvin Leung’s 15 Stamford at The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore is excellent for a stopover.


Capitol Singapore, 13 Stamford Road, Singapore 178905

How to get there

The shopping spot has easy access from City Hall MRT station

Singapore Shopping Experience

Paya Lebar Quarter

Looking for another east-side shopping mall? Then look no further. Paya Lebar Quarter Mall holds over 200 shops including F&B concepts with retail outlets, alfresco dining, a co-working space, a gym, and a sustainability zone to learn more about leading a zero-waste lifestyle.


Paya Lebar Quarter (PLQ Mall), 10 Paya Lebar Road, Singapore 409057

How to get there

Make a quick hop to the Central Business District. PLQ Mall is directly integrated into Paya Lebar MRT Interchange’s dual-line. This transport hub offers unprecedented access across Singapore via Circle and East-West Lines.

Singapore Shopping Malls Experience


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