Yes, the title isn’t misleading at all. Singapore is rightfully known as shopper’s paradise but that doesn’t mean you need to burn a hole in your pocket satisfying all the cravings of the shopaholic in you.
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Shopping on a budget in Singapore
Yes, the title isn’t misleading at all. Singapore is rightfully known as shopper’s paradise
but that doesn’t mean you need to burn a hole in your pocket satisfying all the cravings
of the shopaholic in you. So while you can always pay a visit to the swanky malls in
town, do not forget to visit these places to put a smile on your face and that of your
Sungei Road’s Thieves Market:Reminiscent of Mumbai’s Chor Bazaar, you can pick up
anything and everything you want from here at steal away prices. No pun intended. It
was so named since thieves peddled their goods here and today, you can buy any
second hand item from clothes to shoes to books and electronics at this flea market.
Lucky Plaza: As the name suggests, walk in here and you will get lucky! Don’t believe
us? How about paying just $10 for accessories and jewelleries? Yes, we see you opening
a new tab to find directions to the place already.
Mustafa Centre: No matter what time you go you get to shop as much you want to. It is
one of the most preferred shopping places as you can carry out all your other plans and
still walk in for some late night shopping.
Your travel options can be budget-friendly too. Just book an express bus ticket online.
Check redbus for bus related info and make your journey hassle free.