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Everything was great, for all ages. I minus point on the long wait for the lift which is so far from the escalator. Abled body people chose to use the lifts with elderlies on wheelchair since the escalators are far away. We had to wait...More
Compared to other malls around, Suntec City Mall is a just massive. The best thing it is houses a wide range of shops, apart from the usual brands like H&M, Adidas, Espirit, they also have a large numbers of specialty shops offering anything from street...More
The mall is basically connects the four Suntect towers from its basement to level two. There are four wings correspondence to each tower. As the towers are circling the fountain at the middle, walking around the mall will take a long time. If you are...More
This is a major complex and designed with a focus on feng shui. It took 5.5 years to build, opening in July 1997. The shopping mall is extensive and has 360 plus outlets. There are also an exhibition and conference centre and office tower blocks,...More
All of Singapore shopping malls are very modern and well-equipped and Suntec City Mall is of no exception. In fact, it is one of my favourite malls. The shops are filled with what you need and you can virtually shop anything here. The food court...More
This shopping complex has everything you need and more. Due to its sheer size there is a Carrefour hypermarket and a Harvey Norman. There’s a movie theatre and video arcades. Numerous places to eat as well. Two MRT stations are very close by.
This is my favourite shopping mall at Singapore, probably because I have spent most of my shopping time here. I love the H & M store and all the different shops like Esprit and Nautica. I enjoy the frozen yoghurt in the basement part as...More
More of a mini city than a neighborhood in the traditional sense, the iconic Marina Bay aims to dazzle and entertain visitors of all kinds. This is the Singapore found in glossy brochures, featuring a world-class hotel, casino, shops, restaurants, bars, and other attractions all geared towards pure entertainment. The SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands provides a stunning view of the city, a must-see photo
opportunity for visitors and locals alike. The ArtScience Museum always has a top-quality exhibition, and Gardens by the Bay is a fascinating manifestation of the government’s vision of Singapore as a “city in a garden”. Enticing Marina Bay is well worth a visit.
I've been to Singapore a few times before but they were all 1-2 nights stopovers. During those stays, I mostly shopped around Orchard Road or at the Suntec City Mall. I'm going back in March for a 3-days-stopover again and this time I want to explore more like discounted outlet malls or stores in non-touristic places. Anyone here to help me please???
December 07, 2010|
You might like to try Toa Payoh. It's a housing estate area away from the usual touristy spots with some very cheap shopping deals. There are alot of market type stalls & small shops offering lots of variety. It's easy to get to as well, as you can catch the MRT straight to Toa Payoh station on the North South line.
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Itinerary Suggestion for Solo Travel (15 Replies)
Hi Guys! I'm planning to visit the following places in one whole day. Can you suggest the order of how I would visit these places, so I can avoid back-tracking as much as possible. Thanks! Sri Mariamman Temple Buddha Tooth Relic Temple Chinatown Little India Bugis Street Arab Street Orchard Road Suntec City Mall / Fountain of Wealth
October 22, 2012|
1/ LOL... putting together Arab Street, Little India and Chinatown in one day you `ll get a lovely porridge in your head, don`t t you think???? 2/ On a serious note....you can proceed as listed. I just do not see a reason to include Orchards as it`s a shopping destination, not a cultural walk?????
5 days in Singapore itinerary (17 Replies)
Hi, can you pls help us plan a 5-day Singapore tour itinerary which includes the following infor: 1) Arrival at 12.30am on 20 May 2012 at airport and stay at Pagoda treet, singapore and leave @ 19.00 on 24 May. 2) Jurong Bird Park, Sentosa, Universal Studios, Clarke Quay, Orchid Garden, Mustafa Centre, Little India, Arab street, Orchard Road, Chinatown, Suntec City Mall, Boat Quay, marina Bay, Esplanade Theatre, Japanese and Chinese garden, Joo Chiat Street, Geylang street, bugis,...More
May 18, 2012|
Response fromArya N|
'We'll be highly obliged if you can work out a Singapore tour itinerary for us.'... have you done enough research before planning your trip?! Singapore is a compact city/island to explore. It's more than easy to plan your own itinerary or ask your travel agent to work it for you. Your topic has been repeatedly many many times. The easiest way start from Singapore Tourism Official website, i'm sure you know Mr. Google.