6 shopping heavens in Singapore

6 shopping heavens in Singapore

Singapore is better known for its glitzy shopping malls from Orchard Road to Marina Bay which is filled with designer brands. You’ll find some bargain shopping utopias offering clothes, accessories, and beauty products at irresistibly affordable prices if you dig a little deeper.

So slip on your comfiest shoes and follow us on a tour of the top cheap shopping paradises in Singapore!

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Far East Plaza Singapore

The maze of shops spread out across six levels, where you can find hot ticket items with a good mix of Korean, Hong Kong and vintage influences for a bargain.

Far East Plaza Singapore

And if you need to #TreatYourSelf, Far East Plaza is where you should go for a spa day – its beauty service shops range from hair and nails to facials and tattoos, and all are reasonably priced.

Think Orchard Road only has expensive, upscale stores? Then you haven’t been to Far East Plaza. Set in the heart of the Orchard Road shopping belt, Far East Plaza has been a godsend for students and those who want to stay on-trend but are on a tight budget.  

Far East Plaza

  • Address: 14 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228213
  • Opening Hours: 10.00am – 10.00pm | Open daily

IMM Outlet Mall

Sales at this place can go up to 80 percent off, and word on the street is that there’s always a sale going on, so keep your eyes and ears alert for any updates!

IMM Outlet Mall Singapore

Spread over five levels, IMM is conveniently located near Jurong East MRT Interchange and Jurong East Bus Interchange.

As one of the top largest outlet malls in Singapore, you can browse around more than 90 outlet stores and 220 retailers here. The mall features a wide selection of brands such as Calvin Klein, Kate Spade, Coach, Timberland, and more. (All at discounted prices, yaaaaassss.)

IMM Outlet Mall

  • Address: 2 Jurong East Street 21, Singapore 609601
  • Opening Hours: 10.00am – 10.00pm | Open daily

The Editor’s Market

The Editor’s Market Singapore

Due to its pricing system, shoppers are encouraged to pool together their purchases to get them at lower prices. You might just meet your newest shopping buddy this way!

The Editor’s Market has several outlets across Singapore, including 313 Somerset and Bugis+, so check out their website for store locations and opening hours.  

Operating similar to a wholesale shop, The Editor’s Market has a unique step pricing system – the more pieces you buy of a specific item, the cheaper it is per piece.

Comprising multiple labels, from in-house and local to international brands, fashion mavens come here for the unique, handpicked apparel.

The Editor’s Market Somerset

  • Address: 313 Orchard Rd #03-01 TO 08, 313 Somerset, Singapore 238895
  • Opening hours: Daily – 10:30AM to 10:00PM

The Editor’s Market Bugis+

  • Address: 201 Victoria Street #01-04, Bugis+, Singapore 188067
  • Opening hours: Daily – 11:00AM to 10:00PM

The Editor’s Market Wheelock Place

  • Address: 501 Orchard Rd #B2-09/10, Singapore 238880
  • Opening hours: Daily – 10:00AM to 10:00PM

The Editor’s Market Cineleisure Orchard

  • Address: 8 Grange Rd #03-04, Cathay Cineleisure Orchard, Singapore 239695
  • Opening hours: Daily – 11:00AM to 10:00PM

The Editor’s Market Westgate

  • Address: 3 Gateway Drive #02-46, Westgate, Singapore 608532
  • Opening hours: Daily – 11:00AM to 10:00PM

The Editor’s Market Tampines

  • Address: 10 Tampines Central 1 #02-15/16, Tampines 1, Singapore 529536
  • Opening hours: Daily – 11:00AM to 10:00PM

Lucky Plaza Singapore

Lucky Plaza Singapore

Here, you can find cheap accessories and jewelry, but most locals in the know come here to buy perfume, as you can get well-known perfumes at lower prices compared to other malls.

If you’re on the lookout for a new scent, but don’t want to commit to buying a 50ml or 100ml bottle, you can ask about buying a sample.

Lucky Plaza is one of Singapore’s oldest shopping malls, and despite its location on Orchard Road, the mall actually caters to bargain shoppers. It’s also known as the heart of Singapore’s Filipino community.

Lucky Plaza

  • Address: 304 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238863
  • Opening Hours: 10.00 am – 10.00 pm | Open daily

*Scape Underground Singapore

*Scape Underground Singapore

As part of its role in youth empowerment and leadership development, most of the retailers at *Scape are students, so you’ll find products popular among the young crowd, sold at student-friendly prices. Clothes cost an average of S$10 to S$15.

Part of a five-story lifestyle hub built for local youths, the basement level is home to a variety of small stores that offer all sorts of products, including mobile accessories, knick-knacks, and cosmetics.

*Scape Underground

  • Address: 2 Orchard Link, Singapore 237978
  • Opening Hours: 9.00 am – 9.00 pm | Open daily

Bugis Street Market Singapore

Bugis Street Market Singapore

Located just steps away from Bugis MRT station, it’s easy to find your way there – just follow the crowd towards the covered market area. T-shirts start from S$5, while you can nab a pair of jeans from as low as S$10 and shoes from S$15.

Once a seedy red-light district in Singapore, the buzzing district of Bugis is now famous for its street market, where tourists and locals alike make a beeline for its cheap wares.

You can purchase souvenirs, accessories, clothes, electronics, home decor, and cosmetics for low prices at over 800 shops and stalls.

Bugis Street Market

  • Address: 3 New Bugis Street, Singapore 188867
  • Opening Hours: 11.00am – 10.00pm | Open daily

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