Shopping in Bras Basah Rd, Beach Rd and Marina


30 Victoria Street
Tel: (65) 6332 6274/5
Nearest MRT station: City Hall (EW13/NS25)
A national heritage site, CHIJMES (pronounced "chimes") offers an exciting shopping, dining, leisure and entertainment experience. Being one of the last few cloistered convents in the world, the sprawling building with its impressive Gothic architecture and cobblestone courtyards makes an interesting place to wander around, particularly in the evenings.


1 Raffles Link
Nearest MRT station: City Hall (EW13/NS25)
This is Singapore's first underground pedestrian mall which links City Hall MRT station to Marina Square and Suntec City Mall. A range of specialty shops and food outlets which are located here include Aspial by Lee Hwa, FCUK store, Links of London, Furla, HMV music store , Pacific Coffee Club, Simply Thai and Delifrance .

Marina Square

6 Raffles Boulevard
Tel: (65) 6335 2613
Nearest MRT station: City Hall (EW13/NS25)
Marina Square Shopping Mall is one of the largest shopping destinations in Singapore. It comprises 4 levels of shopping with more than 250 exquisite shops in a wide variety of exciting shop mix. The major tenants include Metro Department Store, Golden Village Cineplex, Best Denki, NTUC FairPrice Supermarket, Superbowl, Universal Archery and a large food court.

Millenia Walk

9 Raffles Boulevard
Tel: (65) 6883 1122
Nearest MRT station: City Hall (EW13/NS25)
With more than 190 shops to choose from, Millenia Walk is set to give Rodeo Drive a run for its money with a mixed range of designer and street smart clothes with brand names like Fendi, Cerruti and Burberry's just to name a few. Shopping at the Cortina Watch Espace Boutique and the Australian Harvey Norman is certainly not to be missed. The reknown Aseana Store is definitely worth a visit. It offers ready-to-wear fashion from designers such as Milo, Ghea, Paul Ropp and Anom, accessories, homewares and gifts.

Raffles City Shopping Centre

252 North Bridge Road
Tel: (65) 6338 7766
Nearest MRT station: City Hall (EW13/NS25)
This is part of the Raffles City Complex which was designed by world-renowned architect I. M. Pei. The complex also houses two hotels, a variety of restaurants, a convention centre, the award-winning department store, Robinsons & Co, and numerous speciality shops such as Chinese Embroidery House on level three and Chinese Cloisonne Centre on level one. Watches, jewellery, electronics, optical goods and cameras are well represented.

Raffles Hotel Shopping Arcade

328 North Bridge Road
Tel: (65) 6337 1886
Nearest MRT station: City Hall (EW13/NS25)
Of some 70 shops in the Arcade, five are operated by Raffles Hotel and sell good quality Raffles souvenirs, books, prints, teas and clothes. The remaining shops sell both international brand names and regional specialities, including fashion wear, jewellery, timepieces, antiques, gifts and mementos at prices to suit just about all pockets. Of interest are Thos S.B. Raffles which specialises in gourmet food, Ludwig Reiter that sells handcrafted and custom-made shoes, and escentials, a personalised scent store.

Shaw Leisure Gallery

100 Beach Road
Nearest MRT station: City Hall (EW13/NS25)
Part of Shaw Towers, this centre is well worth the five-minute walk down Beach Road from Raffles City past Raffles Hotel. Several of the better-known boutiques specialising in casual clothings are headquartered here, making it a good place to shop for casual and sports wear. There are also a number of unusual shops selling items from collector comics to computer games.

Suntec City Mall

3 Temasek Boulevard
Tel: (65) 6821 3668
Nearest MRT station: City Hall (EW13/NS25)
This giant 83,850 square metre shopping mall, the largest in Singapore, is divided into four thematic zones - Galleria, Tropics, Entertainment Centre and Fountain Terrace. The Galleria showcases a wide selection of famous brand names alongside souvenir shops. Besides G2000 flagship store, Mango's largest Asia store is also located here. Speciality shops offering home furnishings, casual wear, lingerie and leisure products are located in the Tropics zone. World-wide French hypermart Carrefour boasts some of the lowest prices in town. At the 'heart' and civic core of the mall is the Fountain of Wealth, certified as the world's largest fountain by The Guinness Book of Records.