Top Shopping Malls In Singapore

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Shopping malls are the miracle story of the 21st century.

With the rise of e-commerce, why’s there still a mall within a 15-minutes car ride everywhere around this island? Instead of tearing down old ones, why are most of them undergoing a facelift instead?

Most importantly, why do we continue to show up at the malls almost every weekend (and probably weeknights)?

While online shopping may offer the convenience of getting your stuff, there are definitely amenities and experiences malls provide that will be irreplaceable.

According to a Straits Times article, shopping malls evolving according to our needs. Take a look at Jewel Changi Airport. Aside from its claim-to-fame world’s tallest indoor waterfall that inspires another”Instagram moment”, Jewel also offers Singaporeans experiences of nature without being under the sweltering heat.

The amphitheatre circumferencing the rain vortex is lusciously groomed with plants, making it the perfect paktor or dating spot. Feeling too stressed out by the concrete jungle?

Trying chilling out or meditating there!

Additionally, Jewel’s canopy park and hedge maze offer some air-conditioned adventure for the whole family.

Malls can also be a place where dreams are built. With its #supportlocal spirit, Design Orchard offers an opportunity for local designers and creatives to showcase their products. There’s also a co-working space for home-grown designers to gather and collaborate.

Here are some other reasons why we will still need malls.

Some experiences are best savoured at the malls 

Imagine eating your favourite ramen in a Tupperware, facing the 4 familiar walls of your room. How about drinking your Guinness Stout from a can instead of a tap?

Actually we don’t have to imagine. We are already living that life during this circuit breaker period. Loving it much? Seriously.

Yes. Online streaming this. Netflix that. Yet, nothing beats watching your favourite blockbuster in the comfort of a state-of-the-art theatre with surround sound, minus the distracting tabs on your Chrome.

There’s more transparency when you buy stuff offline

Sure. You see that nice dress on TaoBao. But how do you know it’s going to fit you, just because someone known as funkygirl_88 types so?

It could be a result of good photography and lighting. Perhaps it’s a result of good editing. Perhaps it’s a result of hiring writers like me to sprinkle flower petals and scent around the description.

You never know if a dress fits you until you try it on.

Mall provides a space where we can gather and socialise.

Hmm…what shall we do this weekend? Watch a movie? Karaoke? Yoga? Zumba? Paintball? Art jam?

Argh! The paradox of choice!

When such cognitive warfare happens amongst our friend circle, there’s a 97.3462352253% chance that we’ll end up in a shopping mall.

There’s air-conditioning, which is near survival-like vital. There’s also a range of shopping, dining and entertaining options.

While we wait for a consensus on the next activity to do, we’ll most likely end up in a café or the food court. Even if we’re tired of making a decision, many of us are quite comfortable with just staying put to talk cock and chill.

If all things fail, I’m sure there’s a cinema somewhere on the very top or very bottom level.


vivocity top malls singapore


Mall Name

Vivo City

Attractions Provides rapid entry to Sentosa. A walkway links both. Expansive range of shops and dining options. Vivo City located at Harbour Front is the largest shopping Mall in Singapore. Built of five floors of over 300 shops, it is a shoppers’ treat to any visitor. It houses some of the best brands in Fashion, footwear, watches, toys etc. It also has many big food courts where one can savour multiple cuisines. A thriving, futuristic, sprawling mall. The architecture creates a sense of open, cavernous space. There are dizzying arrays of retail and eateries. Budget tends toward mid-range to high end. You can take the Sentosa express to Sentosa island. Vivo City is home to many glitzy shops & restaurants. Retail brands housed include Action City, Bose, Candy Empire, Chanel, Coach, Best Denki, Braun Büffel, City Chain, Daiso, Everbest, Zara, library@harbourfront, L’OCCITANE, Love, Bonito, Marché Mövenpick, bYSI, Better Vision, Cole Haan, to thriving food outlets. Easily reached by MRT – circle and NEL. The Golden Village cinema is one of the biggest, most posh of branches. Direct linkways to Sentosa (outdoor activity and fun place for many) and Harbour Front (cruise ship boarding). Travel via monorail to Sentosa from Vivo City.
  • Kids Water Boat Play Arena
  • Indoor Open-Air Playground
  • Public Library
  • Loan Of Wheelchairs
  • Nursing Room
Good For
  • Families
  • Entertainment
  • Food
  • Shopping
Address 1 HarbourFront Walk, Singapore 098585
Telephone (65) 6377 6870
Operating Hours 10am – 10pm daily
Review 1 “A train station, shopping mall, mono rail station, kids pool, restaurants and an amphitheater ; that’s a lot to keep you busy for the whole day and very convenient to get there The mall has almost everything for shoppers, right from electronics to groceries to accessories. The kids pool / play area and open theater is on the very top. Pool is quite shallow which makes it perfect for younger kids and parents. You can also enjoy the view from the top.” – Ravi.D
Review 2 “best location to go to in downtown south! all in one with shopping, eatery, in fact probably more than 100 stalls and food variety, with 2 large food courts, one in the basement while the other on the top floor. integrated with cineplex, kids playground, and business restaurants for client meetings and lunch entertainment. carpark is easy and navigating around is seamless. $3 per entry after 6pm!” – NYJ
Review 3 “Great environment! You can shop- pharmacy, Daiso and so much more- till you drop! Amazing supermarket with so many facilities, like games, a mini playground, a mini greenhouse for growing vegetables and even a luggage and bicycle shop to buy and fix! There is even a rooftop to gaze at the sunset or splash around in the pool or go to a steamboat (Haidilao) ! You can also take the monorail to Sentosa to have some fun. One of my favourite places to visit.” – Katina.Z

top malls clarke quay

Mall Name

Clarke Quay

Attractions Highlights are eclectic eateries-, Coyote Ugly, Highlander, Chupitos. Located at the intersection of the Singapore River and the city core, Singapore has created a hospitality and entertainment district that is a must see for any visit. Fine dining, entertainment is available, from Violet Oon to River Cruises. The entire district features shops, restaurants and bars connected by covered pedestrian walkways. The ceiling is very distinct. The umbrella translucent structures double to provide some protection against sun and rain and serves as the backdrop for a multi-coloured light show once the sun goes down. It is a thriving entertainment district. Clark Quay is known as the clubbing/ drinking heaven for most of the people around Singapore. Dining ranges from food courts underground to Fremantle Seafood Market to restaurants like Haidilao Hot Pot or Le Noir, Octapas Spanish Tapas Bar. Along the riverside by one could simply sit back and watch the shophouses. The Night scene of Clarke Quay along the riverside stuns and is vaguely romantic, intimate. Clarke Quay is eclectic and touristy, with all the bars/food outlets and river tours, but at night it is magical. By night, lights blaze brightly, bars, restaurants and live bands bring the stretch alive.
  • Live Music
  • River Cruise
  • Bars & Restaurants
  • Laser Show By The Night
Good For
  • Tourists
  • Nightlife & Leisure
  • Entertainment
  • Food & Beverage
Address 3 River Valley Rd, Singapore 179024
Telephone (65) 6337 3292
Operating Hours 10am – late daily
Review 1 “It’s a lovely place to hang around, the food is amazing and the drinks too. Some places have live music, so they keep you energetic to move your grooves. There’s a Mexican pub too where the Salsa dance was amazing. Even for non drinkers you can just stroll around the street and enjoy the river side view. I was in this place till 3 a.m and the place was still lovely. Overall its a good place to spend the evening at Clarke Quay.” – Anand.R
Review 2 “Perfect place for night chilling and a stroll along the quay. Best Weekend Place. The most happening part of Singapore with pubs, bars, restaurants, you can choose what you like to do, drink & really comes alive because of the beautiful lighting. Just sitting by the riverfront is fun enough.

You can enjoy the cruise as you are ferried on the canal. Some bars also have live music. The restaurants, clubs houses and malls area all there for your entertainment. We visit on a Friday night and the atmosphere was really good. The food here is awesome, there is a wide variety you can choose from. Really loved the atmosphere with people from all walks of life enjoying themselves. Highly recommended!” – Roshan.N

Review 3 “This is more of a party place where you can have loads of fun with good food, live music by the river side. There’s a ride as well.. if you want to have an adrenaline rush then you can try it. The entire place is full of people and a great hangout during the weekends. There’s the Clarke quay central mall and this is the place where you can also take the boat rides for about forty minutes against S$25 per adult.” – Anwesha.T

ion orchard top malls singapore

Mall Name

ION Orchard

Attractions Expansive array of stores, from Burberry and Chanel to Daiso, H&M, it covers all budgets and tastes.  It comprises 12 floors of which 8 are retail and the other 4 are car park. Shops include 335 outlets consisting of food and retail outlets. It is filled with top Brand Names and labels, including TAG Heuer, Bottega Veneta, L’Atelier, Braun Büffel, Tommy Hilfiger, Kate Spade, BVLGARI, Red Army Watches, DKNY, GUESS, HUGO, TWG Tea, Tiffany & Co, DIOR, Massimo Dutti, VALENTINO, Longchamp, Louis Vuitton, CHANEL, A|X Armani Exchange, Fossil, L’Occitane, etc. The brands sold are high end. There is a food court “Food Opera” in the basement. There is local fare like Lim Chee Guan Bak-Kwa, Bread Society, Toast Box, etc. Luxurious brands occupy the whole building to the basement and below, where you can find within level basement 4, a vast range of food outlets and affordable dining. Food Opera offers a diverse array of fusion food. Eateries abound and many stores range from high end to more affordable choices. The parking is excellent. There is the Orchard MRT station next to it. Ion is touted as the largest shopping complex in Singapore.  4-5 levels underground, 15 levels above ground. 
  • ION Art Gallery
  • ION Sky
  • Food & Heritage Trails
Good For
  • Fashion & Lifestyle
  • Beauty & Wallness
  • Fine Dining
  • Sports
  • Food & Beverage
Address 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801
Telephone (65) 6238 8228
Operating Hours 10am – 10pm daily
Review 1 “Love this mall. It leaves an impression on you from the moment you step out of the train – the mall scent is so distinctive and fragrant. It is also a one-stop mall for anything you can think of buying, except for a supermarket, which was replaced by JD sports. Good number of seats scattered around the mall to rest your legs when you get tired from shopping.” – XT
Review 2 “One of the best shopping malls in town. Not your local mall for the groceries but if you’d like to get your retail therapy fix, this is the place! From the amazing food court on the B4 food level to Zara, H&M, local designer stores to high end fashion brands, the place had everything in it. Not to mention the over priced but delicious 4Fingers Crispy Chicken store. Never disappoint :))” – Merica.D
Review 3 “Nice Mall in orchard main road. love the atmosphere in here. loved to sit in front of this mall just to enjoy the city view of Orchard road.” – Feliks.L

suntec city top malls singapore

Mall Name

Suntec City

Attractions Massive mall providing impressive eatery options and retail: ALDO, ASICS, etc. The Expo, Conference Hall offers huge exhibitions, warehouse sales. The iconic Fountain of Wealth is located at Suntec. New shops include Foot Locker at the West Wing, between Adidas and La Senza. Retail includes Challenger, Crocs, Cole Haan, Harvey Norman, OSIM, Nature’s Farm, Cellini, OPPO, and Tokyu Hands (for all those little knick-knacks). It houses several food courts including Food Republic. The mall is linked to the convention centre where often, there will be events like IT shows, travel shows, fairs.  The top floor of the mall is the Exhibition and Convention Centre and beneath is the shopping mall. The place is massive. There is enclave named Japan Food Street with several Japanese restaurants and Kopitiam Food Court. There are two arcades (Arcade Planet and Cow Play Cow Moo) if you want to fish for toy prizes. The shopping mall is vast, housing over 360 outlets. There are exhibition and conference centres and office tower blocks, a movie theatre, video arcades, a large hypermarket and electronics outlet. Tenants include chemists, cafes, electronic shops, Duck and Hippo tours, buses, taxis, underground train, exotic cars for hire, Giant hyper market etc.
  • Convention Centre
  • Multi Screen Cinema
  • Sky Garden
  • Big Bus & Duck (Tourists)
  • Fountain of Wealth
Good For
  • Entertainment
  • Leisure
  • Families
  • Tourists
Address 3 Temasek Blvd, Singapore 038983
Telephone (65) 6266 1502
Operating Hours 10am – 10pm daily
Review 1 “Beautiful shopping mall. One of the most impressive food courts I’ve ever seen in my life. Highly recommend checking this place out!” – Sean
Review 2 “A giant mall with a convention centre. Got so many good choices for shops, restaurants, services such as wellness and beauty salons, banks, post office and photo studio, learning centers, entertainment such as play zones, arcades as well as cinema. Customer service usually can help you find whatever it is you’re looking for.” – Anna.M
Review 3 “Visit the fountain of wealth if you must. Suntec city combines retail, office and conventions in a single place. Large scale conventions and events are typically held here. If you are in the area be sure to to visit. There’s a huge range of food and retail options available for all ages.” – George

top malls singapore jurong point

Mall Name

Jurong Point

Attractions Has international, cosmopolitan vibe. There are zones like Hong Kong Street (Mongkok), Japan Alley, Korean enclave, etc. The Malaysia Boleh food court sells sweet desserts, offering piping hot delicious foods and authentic street-food ambience. This mall contains a huge FairPrice Extra, possibly the biggest supermarket in Singapore. Jurong Point contains a range of retailers. Taiwan cuisine Din Tai Fung, Hong Kong Street features Legendary Hong Kong, Japanese Street Restaurant, Hokkaido Buffet, Korean. Fast food options: Burger King, Carl’s Junior, KFC, Pizza Hut, Wingstop, Popeyes, 4 Fingers chicken, MOS Burgers & MacDonald’s. Tenants include: Challenger, Cotton On, Eyecare Studio, GNC, Guardian, Jean Yip Salon, Jollibee, Kuriya Japanese Market, New York Skin Solutions, SingTel, Toast Box, Pets’ Station, Samsung Experience Store, Smiggle, Stalford Learning Centre, TAKA Jewellery, Song Fish, Universal Traveller, Crystal Jade Kitchen, BHG, Yue Hwa, Watsons, Ya Kun Kaya Toast, Yun Nam Hair Care, Young Hearts. Jurong Point is easy to access by public transport either by bus or MRT as the interchange is just next to the mall. They even have a medical hall at the basement with private clinics. The Mongkok street resembles Hong Kong Mongkok with neon light signboards. One of the biggest, thriving suburban shopping malls.
  • Nursery Room
  • 24hours NTUC
  • Wide variety of food cuisine
Good For
  • Families
  • Shoppers
  • Food
  • Electronics
Address  1 Jurong West Central 2, Singapore 648886
Telephone (65) 6950 8134
Operating Hours 10am – 10pm daily
Review 1 “So many great shops and options for food. Drinks are really good here. Food is really good here. This is one of those places you can go for half a day and look at all the nice shops. I really appreciated the cleanliness of the area and the air conditioning was very comfortable. I plan on visiting this place again soon.” – Renee.J
Review 2 “The largest mall in western singapore, a pretty neat place. The place has a cinema, food of all kinds, restaurants of all types of food including Chinese, Japanese, Muslim, Western and more. The mall also contain many electronic stores.” – Patrick.N
Review 3 “One of the most visited place because of the location and ample bus service to the shopping centre. Variety of shops, banks and Fair Price is also available 24hrs. They have the Malaysian food court, MRT is also beside the mall.” – Jonathan.T

city square mall top malls singapore

Mall Name

City Square Mall

Attractions City Square is a family mall in Little India. It also houses a cinema, Decathlon store, casual eateries. Many dining options, from a big food court on the top floor, fast food restaurants frequented by students like Pizza Hut, Ordinary Burgers, Wingstop, Ramen Hitoyoshi,  Super Dario Lasagne Café, Watami Japanese Dining, Malaysia Chiak, Genki Sushi, Itacho Sushi, Don Don Donki. Other tenants include a cinema, supermarket, CARs International, and The Logic Coders. There are pharmacies, a bank, nail bars and a motley mix of small retailers. There is an activity area for children to play in, along with tuition centres. Other tenants include Challenger Mini, Pet Lovers Centre, Fuji Film, King Koil Boutique, NTUC FairPrice. The mall is located near little India, easily accessible by MRT, stop station Farrer Park. There is a $2 shop Daiso at level 4. There is a theatre at level 5. Eateries at level 1 and basement 1. Clothes brands like Uniqlo and Cotton On are at level 1. Retail covers grocery, confectionery, seasoning & spices, snacks, drinks, ready to eat bento meals, toiletries, cosmetic, skin care items as well as other knick-knacks and toys. Escalators, lighting, other energy consuming essentials are monitored on usage.
  • Airzone Playground
  • ECO-friendly mall
  • International Cinema
Good For
  • Families
  • Expats
  • Entertainment
  • Food
Address 180 Kitchener Rd, Singapore 208539
(65) 6595 6595
Operating Hours 10am – 10pm daily
 Review 1 “Plenty of variety for shoppers of all ages, complete with cinemas. High quality restaurants and fast food outlets provide plenty of choice for dining in or taking away. Eco friendly, the shopping centre prides itself on power saving. Not large, but has virtually everything.” – Lee H.
Review 2 “I love this children friendly mall and even on a weekend, it doesn’t feel as crowded as some of the heartland malls, partly because the space within is very well managed. Not to mention, the Airzone playground is awesome (with kids above 5 years old). I do wish that there’s more diaper changing / breastfeeding rooms though.” – Euforica.L
Review 3 “I am in love with City Square Mall . It is on Kitchner Road and has great shopping options.It is a family mall .The golden village cinemas here present the most optimum mix of Hollywood ,Bollywood and Tollywood movies. I love the baked almonds and walnuts we get at B2 . There is a value store at B2 . Among most of the brands that are housed there i particularly love vegetarian dimsum at Din tai fung. Great place to spend time with your loved ones .” – Haritika. C

plaza singapore top malls singapore

Mall Name

Plaza Singapura

Attractions The Mall has a Cold storage at basement with food kiosks, retail. The mall is linked next to the Douby Ghaut station – a train station where you can transfer between 3 train lines which makes it very accessible from different parts of Singapore. Diverse food options are open such as the more affordable snacks at the basement to international fast-food chain/ restaurants. Dining includes pocket friendly outlets to the famous Hai di Lao, diverse cuisines available. Plaza Singapura was completed in 1974 and it is one of the oldest malls located along Orchard Road. It is seven floors high and it has 3 courtyards. It is also connected to the retail podium of The Atrium@Orchard via internal walkways on levels 1, 3 and 4. There are many stores that sell all kinds of products for day-to-day use (eg. Spotlight, Challenger, etc), a Yamaha music school, telco service centres, a mature but large Golden Village cinema, and tons of mid-range eateries, cafes. There are sports apparel, Times and Popular, Kopitiam, Japanese restaurants, a Cold Storage supermarket, Starbucks, cosmetics stores, Toy shops, fashion stores, and electronics stores, Daiso, and Spotlight. The top floor has Golden Village cinema, toy stores, movie replicas.
  • Cinema &  Arcade
  • Art Stores
  • Music Shops
Good For
  • Shoppers
  • Art & Craft
  • Entertainment
  • Food
Address 68 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238839
Telephone (65) 6332 9248
Operating Hours 10am – 10pm daily
Review 1 “Fantastic (and massive) mall with everything you could need. Skin care, coffee shops, clothes, restaurants etc. Lots of choices and conveniently located directly on top of an MRT station. Easy to get lost in there for hours. Food options are in the basement and there’s a range of fast food, sit down restaurants and bubble tea.” – Richard.L
Review 2 “It has a cinema, lots of F & B to choose, shops to get your hair done, massage, toys, arcade, super market, Musical instruments, furniture and so many more. Their revamped car park makes it easy for traffic that when to the higher levels to recirculate.” – C.K

top malls singapore the shoppes marina bay

Mall Name

The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

Attractions  Designer brands galore: Baby Dior, Bally, A|X Armani Exchange, Gucci, Chanel, Saint Laurent. Retail include Balenciaga, Dior, Balmain, Hugo Boss, Anne Fontain, Alexander McQueen, Boggi Milano and Burberry, fresh teas at TWG. It is a vast mall as part of the more massive MBS complex. There is the casino, Artscience museum, Sands theatre, Convention centre. Other retailers include Aimer, American Vintage, Audemars Piquet, Berluti, Boucheron, Cartier, Chanel, Chopard, Club Monaco, Daniel Wellington, DKNY, Emporio Armani, Estee Lauder, Ferrari, Calvin Klein, Fossil etc. The Shoppes contain high-end brands. Both the interior and exterior architectural designs are opulent with distinct layout. Extensive selection of restaurants as well as luxury designer wears. Retailers include beautiful designer clothing, jewellery, bags, shoes, designer merchandise paradise. This is an enormous mall on the lower levels of the Marina Bay Sands. Kids adore the DC Restaurant and store. The food court appeals as prices are affordable. Attractions such as Garden by the Bay, Flyers, Esplanade, Fullerton are in proximity. Futuristic Shopping Mall, which resembles the Dubai Mall, in Dubai. It is a lavish and swanky luxury shopping mall capped with a glass roof and amazing views of the Singapore financial district skyline. Gordon Ramsey’s renown restaurant impresses.
  • Indoor Sampan Ride
  • Celebrity Chef Restaurants
  • 24 hour foodcourt
  • Luxury Retail Brands
  • Indoor Ice-skating Rink
Good For
  • Luxury
  • Food
  • Tourists
  • Entertainment
Address 2 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018972
Telephone (65) 6688 8868
Operating Hours Sun-Thu 10.30pm-11pm

Fri-Sat 10.30pm-11.30pm

Review 1 “Incredible selection of a variety of stores and shops, from top tier fashion designers to unique snack & beverage shops. Even the architecture and interior design oozes class. Makes a great spot to cool off from the hot Marina Bay sun and enjoy some truly exceptional shopping.” – Sean.M
Review 2 “The most luxurious shopping mall in Singapore. Hosts all the high end brands from watches to clothing. It has a small boating area with in the mall and is also connected to casino to try your luck. There is a free laser show in the evening outside the mall which is very nice.” – Girish.G

top malls singapore the shoppes marina bay

Mall Name

Marina Square

Attractions Kids Paradise. Free playgrounds (at L3), Paid zones (pororo, kiztopia). There are many eateries and restaurants to choose from including 4FINGERS Crispy Chicken, Han’s, occasionally there are events for kids. Kiddy Palace and PUTIEN are housed. It has retail outlets such as Spectacle Hut, Tag Heuer, Samsonite, etc. Since the closure of Funan Digital Mall, many of the computer shops moved to Marina Square (Newstead group). Tenants include sports brands, Photography accessories shops, Pororo (Korean) Playground, and even a Korean supermarket. It is next to Suntec City and near to a few 5-star hotels. Retail includes fashion, home decor, electronics, and food. This mall links to Suntec City Mall & Millenia Walk to the Esplanade.

It is connected to many hotels with 3 level and 2 basements. Mothercare is popular. There is even a Mindchamp’s Daycare and the booth to buy tickets for the Ducktours. Other attractions are a short distance to the Mall, including the Marina Bay Sands Hotel and the Helix bridge. The Cook Market houses a wide range of restaurants at great prices. Japanese supermarket and Japanese food street are distinct, charming. The food courts offer variants of local food from Chinese, Korean, Japan, Indian and Indonesian.

  • Weekend Activities & Fairs
  • Speciality Shops
  • Children Indoor Playground
Good For
  • Families
  • Events
  • Entertainment
Address 6 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039594
Telephone (65) 6339 8787
Operating Hours 10am – 10pm daily
Review 1 “Shopping, cuisine and a place to play. Not bad! Kids enjoyed their holiday very much. They could role play, play ball and virtual reality” – Devy.S
Review 2 “A place full of kids’ adventure, every kid will love it from the shops to the varies amusement park there! 100% recommended for family with kids.” – Roy.C
Review 3 “This mall is connected to our hotel pan Pacific which was very convenient. We went through the mall and out to visit marina bay sands and gardens by the bay. Made it very easy for us. Took approximately 15-20 mins to walk to marina bay sands. The mall has a food court and a few big brands.” – Darcey.B

top malls singapore somerset 313

Mall Name

313 @ Somerset

Attractions Glitzy retail, eateries. 313 is another retail haven on Orchard Road (extends from Somerset Street to Orchard Road) with a huge variety of dining options from restaurants and cafes to a large food court on the top floor. On the top floor is Food Republic Food Court which has a variety of International/Local cuisine to suit your taste buds. At the basement, there is also great, affordable food. It is above the busy Somerset MRT Station so you can expect traffic is always heavy. On the ground floors you have major brands like Zara etc, and outlets to purchase coffee, juice, noodles. As you start moving up the floors, some of the shops get a little more niche, boutique. A main draw is the Uniqlo Flagship Store. One can visit Orchard Library close by. The sky garden playground for the kids to explore. It has a playground suitable from 3-6 years. Lower budget yet decent eats can be found in Basement 3, Marche Movenpick is on the ground floor. Huge Zara Shop, Forever 21 shop in house. Sony is an anchor tenant. At the Fish Spa, Fish nibble at your feet. Just across is the informative Singapore Tourist information Centre.
  • Discovery Walk
  • Food Hall
  • Asian Food Court
  • Local & International Fashion Brands
  • Pop-ups
Good For
  • Shopping
  • Dining
  • Entertainment
  • Young Adults
Address 313 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238895
Telephone (65) 6496 9313
Operating Hours Mon-Fri: 10am – 10pm

Sat-Sun: 10am – 11pm

Review 1 A very hip and modern shopping mall, at the very heart of orchard (Singapore shopping belt). Great location with many speciality shop brands found here.” -Eugene.Y
Review 2 “This is one of the more popular malls along the Orchard Road stretch for a few reasons. It sits on top of the Somerset MRT station, it’s located right in the middle of Orchard Road, it’s connected to another two mini malls, Orchard Central and Orchard Gateway which themselves houses lots of hip eateries and retail joints, and Jem Hotel. The popular Don Don Donki (aka Don Quixote in Japan) open 24/7 is just a 3-5 minutes walk away. 313 Somerset itself houses the mainstream high street fashion brands like Zara, Forever 21, Mango and Cotton On. Huawei service centre is in basement one. There’s a myriad of F&B eateries in both basement one and two, level one and Food Republic on a higher level which you can choose from. Easily accessible by MRT, public transport with numerous bus services stopping just opposite the mall on Orchard Road and Paterson Road. It’s a popular rendezvous point.” – Bunny.V

top malls singapore mustafa

Mall Name

Mustafa Centre

Attractions  A popular, thriving Indian mall and it is open 24 hours. You can sense you could be in India when you meet the staff speaking in native tongues. The prices are incredibly competitive. Budget retail from electronics, jewellery and more at low prices. The Mustafa Centre spans 6 levels. Women’s clothes at great prices and a wide selection. They retail many souvenirs for tourist shoppers, and household, travelling equipment. Retails modern, Western-type clothing, or traditional Singaporean/Asian ware if you seek some. Retail spans clothes to shoes, toys, chocolates, luggage, phones, electronics, grocery etc. Food, Sports, Toys. Fashion, Cosmetics, Pharmaceuticals are on sale. Mobile phone protective cases, men’s & women’s clothing, groceries, gifts on sale. The range of products in electronics, clothing, groceries, giftware are impressive. In addition, the prices are found to be very affordable and close to night market range charges. Retail goods include fine jewellery and expensive watches to your run of the mill costume jewellery. Fashion spread, confectionary bakers, all forms of general groceries and fresh foods, fishing gear, cosmetics, bedlinen, optometrist, pharmacy are on site. The products, the brands, the numbers resemble a bustling bazaar. Good value and retail selection, central location, expansive range of goods.
  • 24 hours
  • Restaurant
Good For
  • Tourists
  • Electronics & Appliances
  • Fashion Clothing & Accessories
  • Groceries, Fresh Food & Canned Meat
  • Beauty & Toiletries
Website 145 Syed Alwi Rd, Singapore 207704
Telephone (65) 6295 5855
Operating Hours Open 24 hours daily
Review 1 “I like shopping her for all me electrical and groceries needs because of the wide range of goods. They are reasonably priced and you are able to compare brands. The service in the electrical dept is excellent. The sales crew know their stuff and will advice of the pros and cons of your purchase. They also have the cheapest chocolates in Singapore. You are allowed to test as many brands as you like. I have never been disappointed. It the place to go and its open 24 hrs. I give this place 5 star. All your needs under 1 roof.” – Valerie.G
Review 2 “This place offers goods with good price. If you want to buy some souvenir you should there. You can get candy, chocolate, tea, with various price and of course could get the cheapest one! But, this place also sell another things such as branded perfume, electronic, home appliances etc. This place open 24/7, so don’t worry!” – Endang.P
Review 3 “Awesome place. You get everything from food groceries to souvenir n gold. All shopping in one place. A huge range of products are waiting to serve customer 24 hours 7 days. You can find almost anything in here. I normally buy lots of chocolates for the kids, some perfumes and occasionally a carry-on luggage.” – Qien.S

ngee ann city top malls singapore

Mall Name

Ngee Ann City

Attractions For book worms, highlight of Ngee Ann City is the Kinokuniya bookstore. It has impressive stocks of books. This mall is huge. There are high-end fashion retailers, gift, jewellery, and home-wares stores situated within the mall. The massive Takashimaya Japanese owned department store is an anchor, main tenant. It is a massive Western style department store. There are also high end and run of the mill retailers on site. Takashimaya typically runs fairs, flash sales on the ground floor featuring themes like LEGO toys, Star Wars toys etc. This mall houses outlets of many global leading luxury designer brands. This upmarket mall was built to cater to tourists and locals for retail, featuring efficient design within, without. The estate management team maintains actively, effectively. Store range is eclectic, featuring high end and budget retail. Despite being upmarket, you can still find budget eateries inside. AIX Armani Exchange, Massimo Dutti, Shanghai Tang, Zara are some designer labels housed. Kim Robinson hair salon, Sheridan bedsheets in Takashimaya Store, annual mooncake fair are highlights. The food court at the basement of Takashimaya also offers a selection of local food and snacks. An underpass links Ngee Ann City to Orchard Road (via Wisma Atria).
  • Takashimaya Department Store
  • Events Space
  • Gourmet Confectionery & Cafes
  • Gifts/Hobbies/Toys
  • Fashion & Accessories
Good For
  • Families
  • Tourists
  • Shoppers
Address 391A Orchard Rd, Singapore 238873
Telephone (65) 6506 0460
Operating Hours 10am – 9.30pm daily
Review 1 “A quiet but awesome shopping mall, got everything you need. Especially the basement where there’s tons of food options, the atrium sometimes have different events going on from food fair to discounts stores, check their website for ongoing events. There’s kinokuniya at the top floor for those bookworms too.”-Choon.Y

paragon top malls singapore

Mall Name


Attractions  High end retail, eateries. There are over 200 shops of international luxury brands on the lower levels, more affordable and sports and toy stores on the higher levels. There is a store of Liuli GongFang, a Taiwan brand selling glass sculptures and glass artifacts. Anchor tenants include Agnes b., Boggi Milano. Designer brands include Calvin Klein, Givenchy, Moschino, Salvatore Ferragamo, or Versace. Michelin star restaurant named “Crystal Jade Golden Place” is a feature. Designer brands such as Miu Miu, Maryling, GUESS, Gucci, Diesel. Many High-end fashion labels and some budget Fashion outlets in house. There are many impressive restaurants and cafes housed on the top floor. There is a small open play area for kids. Paragon Market Place supermarket is on the basement level. Mouth-watering eateries found down here like Basil Thai Kitchen, Colonial Club Signatures, Tambuah Mas Indonesian restaurant. The top floor is kids-centric with playgrounds and Toys-r-Us store. Sports stores include Adidas and Nike. The Greyhound Cafe on level 1 serves delectable Thai fare. Stella McCartney Store is fabulous. The Cold storage at Paragon and the food court is excellent. In Metro Jaya outlet, find trendy wears. High-end retail includes DKNY, Rip Curl, Brooks Brothers to M&S foods.
  • Gourmet Confectionery & Cafes
  • Gifts/Hobbies/Toys
  • Fashion & Accessories
  • Hair & Beauty
Good For
  • Luxury
  • Food
  • Shoppers/Tourists
Address 290 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238859
Telephone (65) 67385535
Operating Hours Mon-Sun: 10am – 10pm
Review 1 “This is one of the premier shopping centres on Orchard Road. Many High end brands and some budget Fashion outlets to. There are many amazing restaurants and cafes the top floor is all about kids there is a small free play area for kids Which is a nice touch. Every floor is immaculately presented. Staff are well groomed and presented. The food centre is a collection of specialist eateries, no hawker food here. If your into shopping this is the place to visit.” – Maria.S
Review 2 “The paragon is one of the best malls on Orchard Road. There are well over 200 shops, of international luxury brands on the lower levels, more affordable and sports and toy stores on the higher levels. They also have a very good cold storage and a food court. I always visit Paragon in Singapore to pick my Italian chocolates but this time I found more goodies. Plus they do have a Starbucks in case you want to stop for a coffee. So over all super place to hang out.” – Anna.S

top malls singapore bedok mall

Mall Name

Bedok Mall

Attractions Covers necessities. It is spread over 3 floors filled with 200 outlets including, clothing & fashion, cosmetics & beauty, electrical goods and so much more. There are restaurants and cafes including McDonald’s and Pizza Hut. A down to earth mall with the necessities, from supermarket to eateries to basic shopping. Close to train station and bus interchange terminals. The Mall is linked to the MRT Bedok Station via some escalators and walkways. The Mall is your typical shopping centre with fashion, food outlets, groceries, beauty, electronic goods. The management of Kopitiam compiled teeming Singapore hawkers in house to offer a variety of food such as Soups, Beef noodles, Popiah, Fried Hokkien Mee, Scissors curry rice, Chicken rice, Bak Chor noodles, etc. The soups are tasty, and you may add 3 types of rice. The prices are comparable to the hawker centre but in air-conditioned comfort. Bedok Mall a suburban mall. There is a huge range of shops, with many eateries (Swensens, and fast-food chains) and fashion outlets (Uniqlo, Cotton On etc). There are 2 gaming shops. There are also some stationery shops like Popular and electronics stores like Nubox and Denki-Best. Not touristy but caters to people within the suburb.
  • Local Delights
  • Bus Interchange
  • Library
Good For
  • Students
  • Families
  • Shoppers
Address 311 New Upper Changi Rd, Singapore 467360
Telephone (65)  6702 5120
Operating Hours 10am – 10pm daily
Review 1 “If you love eating and shopping, this is the place. Lots of shops and restaurants for you to choose from. There are lots of food stalls in and outside the shopping mall too. Because it is at Bedok Central, there are library, and many many things for you to do there. Lots of famous food and undiscovered delicacies too. Lots of parking lots in and outside the mall” – William.L
Review 2 “Really good. You can get whatever you need here. It has a fair price, McDonald’s, pharmacies & plenty of options to choose from if you’re looking for something to eat.” – Paddy.M

westgate top malls singapore

Mall Name


Attractions Huge mall with buzzing eateries. The mall is connected to the Jurong East MRT station. Huge mall with handful of eateries around. There is a food court at the ground level with good choices and a popular Bak Kut Teh shop at ground floor. Elegant set of panda sculptures by Julien Marinetti outside where many people pose for shots. Westgate Mall is conveniently connected with the Jurong East MRT station, Big Box, JEM shopping mall, IMM, and Ng Teng Fong General Hospital. Banks including DBS and Bank of China are on site. Rooftop playground, fair spread of kids-friendly restaurant is family friendly. Retail spans the Samsung Flagship Store to quirky stores like Tokyu Hands and Smiggle. Sephora and Food Junction are well stocked. It has a Fitness First platinum with swimming pool & steam room that remains open on weekends as well. Next to the gym at level 5 is a childcare station called kids club. Battery operated animal toys for self-ride can be hired at level 4 just outside the DBS bank. A notable restaurant Tim Ho Wan, the Michelin starred dim sum restaurant. Free shuttle bus service from Westgate to other nearby neighbouring malls like J.Cube and IMM.
  • Children’s Play Area
  • Green Gardens
  • Isetan
  • Nearby hospital, MRT and bus interchange
Good For
  •  Families
  • Young Adults
  • Elderly
Address 3 Gateway Dr, Singapore 608532
Telephone (65) 6908 3737
Operating Hours 10am – 10pm daily
Review 1 “All branded goods are sold here. There are always sale and cheap everyday items sold at the foyer directly connected to the MRT, very convenient for shoppers and office workers. All kinds of restaurants serving Chinese, Indian, Korean, Japanese and Malay cuisine. It is directly connected at the second level to other shopping malls, such as Jam, BIG box, and Ng Yeng Fong Hospital. Passive ventilation and eco friendly environment, with well landscape green and vertical green wall. Roof tops are well used for children activities and green gardens. Not a place to be missed for the shopaholic and foodies.”-Meng.F

waterwaypoint top malls singapore

Mall Name

Waterway Point

Attractions There is a Waterpark and playground facilities free for the public at no cost. Note that it is closed before 8pm daily. A good, air-conditioned Food Court with several food stalls selling varieties of both local and international cuisines. A highlight, this mall has an IMAX cinema and a 24-hours supermarket (NTUC Fair Price Finest). 24-hour MacDonald’s for people seeking quick meals. Retail stores include Apgujeong Hair Studio, Bee Cheng Hiang, Better Vision, Chateraise, Decathlon, Goldheart Gold, Young, Edvox Music School, FairPrice Finest, Han’s, Cedele Bakery Kitchen, City Chain, Cookhouse by Koufu, CHARLES & KEITH, Freeman Florist, G2000, Giordano, Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ, most major banks (Bank of China, OCBC UOB, Citibank, POSB, Maybank) Other tenants include Hair Club, Cotton On, Buddy Hoagies Café & Grill, Bali Thai, Coslab, Dian Xiao Er,  Gintell, Gadget Mix, Eu Yan Sang, Country Brot by Four Leaves etc. It is also accessible, being next to Punggol LRT/MRT and being a short walk away from Punggol Bus Interchange. Since it is more of a heartland mall, there are not many luxury brands here to keep the mall affordable to the locals. Daiso, Japan Home are popular budget stores. Large Punggol Park is close by for recreation.
  • Outdoor Children Wet Play Area
  • Bookshops
  • Game shops
  • 24hours NTUC
Good For
  •  Families
  • Children
  • Entertainment
Address 83 Punggol Central, Singapore 828761
Telephone (65) 6812 7300
Operating Hours 10am – 10pm daily
Review 1 “Fantastic mall with lot of options. Ther are multiple children play area, good eateries , Daiso, Toy Rus, outdoor children wet play area, good space for small sales. There are two wings and really place to be during weekends – Bejoice.P
Review 2 “Waterway Point have what I need and more, really liked the new addition (like Aldo, Decathlon) to the mall. The NTUC Fairprice being 24 hours is also great, especially for the families that reside here in Punggol. With a cinema that shows movies till the wee hours in the morning.” – Michael.S

imm top malls singapore

Mall Name


Attractions Factory shops. This is a large outlet store in Jurong East. There are a lot of shops, and some bargains, prices are competitive. Warehouse Retail include Sports gear (Fila, Asics, etc), mid-range designer bags, or shops that sell all ranges of polo tops/ polo dresses. Prices are competitive. For factory outlet luxury shopping, this is a great destination. Puma Store for F1 merchandise, offers lower prices than the F1 merchandise pop up stores. Retail includes NIKE, Adidas, with all sorts of items like electronics, books, and typical Asian stocks. For example, at the back of Nike store shoes there is newer stock are retail price less a markdown of another 30 % (e.g., Airs $225 = $105) plus discount gear. As well as latest gear at lower retail prices. Best local food and very competitively priced at the food court Kopitiam. Outlet Brands from Average to Luxury Level like Benjamin Barker Outlet, Akemi Factory Outlet, ASICS Factory Outlet, Calvin Klein Outlet, Arnold Palmer Outlet, City Chain Outlet, British India Outlet, Cath Kidston Outlet available at this mall. Indian Food outlets are in house. Many fashion brands for shoppers. Bargains on Adidas, NIKE etc. Offers fast-food from Popeyes to Pizza Hut.
Good For
  • Electronics & Technology
  • Furniture
  • Budget shoppers
  • Clothing
Address 2 Jurong East Street 21, Singapore 609601
Telephone (65)  6665 8268
Operating Hours 10am – 10pm daily
Review 1 “One of the best outlet mall I’ve went. Must go there especially on holidays. ☺️ Because the discount is superb. If I have a lot of money, I will definitely buy all 😂 – Ivy.A
Review 2 “If u looking for cheap and abit branded(old stock). This is a good place to shop. As here is warehouse sale which mean have special discount 😁.” – Menori.A
Review 3 “The outlet mall in Singapore where you have stocks from the previous seasons, and thus heavily discounted. Thus you can always find good deals here throughout the year. They have clothing, shoes, home decor, electronics etc. To go place for shopping and for great deals.” – Chinmayi.P

top malls in singapore lucky plaza

Mall Name

Lucky Plaza

Attractions Budget stores, electronics. Lucky Plaza is a shopping centre located in Orchard Road (easy access with MRT, red line, station Orchard). Open every day, the Lucky Plaza is distinct from all the glitzy shopping malls established in Orchard and make it a special oasis. There are many different types of stores including gift, electronics, perfume and cosmetics, shoes and sports goods, plus gold shops too. Lot of restaurants, a food court. The mall is remarkably diverse and casual. Good for gifts and souvenirs as there are more Valu$ shop here. There is a good blend of Indian, Chinese, Indonesian, and Halal eateries. Prices for the meals are generally lower than those in the other shopping centres on Orchard Road. There is a wide range of cheap souvenir, watches, electronics, and other knick-knack shops. The food court had low cost, yummy local food. Many stores selling budget chocolate bars and personal items (soap, shampoo, deodorant, etc). Many Money Exchangers, tour ticketing and massage parlours, toiletries, can food, spices, dining catered to mostly Filipino workers. You can find lots of electronic products on bargain here but discern carefully for genuine offers. There are many tailors, woven garments, souvenirs, hair salons, compact eateries.
  • FOREX Merchants
  • Souvenirs
  • Asian delights
  • Pubs
Good For
  •  Tourists
  • Nightlife
  • Budget Shopping
Address 304 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238863
Telephone (65) 6235 3294
Operating Hours 10am – 10pm daily
Review 1 “A wide collection of shops with something for everyone catering all kind of pockets. The food court at the ground floor is definitely something one should try for cheap tasty meals.” – Sumeru.H
Review 2 “Since I am a Filipino, it’s really a great joy for me to see a lot of shops here in Lucky Plaza that sells Filipino products and the Filipinos come together as well. Nice place to buy cheap but really nice souvenirs when you get back to your country.” – Bethyl.G
Review 3 “You can find some gift to bring for home while you are on vacation to singapore here. It has an affordable price and good quality (you have to pick a good one of course)” – Yuni.W

tampines mall - top malls singapore

Mall Name

Tampines Mall

Attractions Many eateries. Tampines Mall is a hub for essentials, daily needs. Tenants include ALDO, Capitol Optical, BOBBI BROWN, City Chain, COTTON ON, CHARLES & KEITH, Express Teppan-Yaki, CONVERSE, GV cineplex. Popular, Toys R Us at 3rd floor, and a Golden Village cineplex on 4th floor. There is a supermarket (NTUC Fair Price) at the Basement 1 level. There is a bookshop, music store, cafes, cinema, food courts. It has a huge range of major brands and is the biggest mall in the east. Eateries include Pastamania and Ajisen with a large food court. Shopping bustles with Isetan and retail outlets. Itacho Sushi offers counter seats, consistent value for money Japanese food. The new electronic ordering system is efficient. Guardian and Fair Price retail essentials. Eateries abound, from Vietnamese to Japanese, from American to fast food, such as BBQ Express, Big Fish Small Fish. There is also Crystal Jade Kitchen, Din Tai Fung, as well as KFC and Ho Kee Pau, Bee Cheng Hiang, Polar, Dough Culture, BUTTER STUDIO. Anchor tenants are NTUC FairPrice, Toy R Us, Isetan, Courts, H & M. Telco shops Singtel, Starhub, M1, Samsung outlets are on site. Mid-range retail without luxury products, catering towards suburban residents.
  • Books & Stationery
  • Electronics & Technology
  • Supermarket & Speciality Mart
  • Public Library
  • Arcade
Good For
  • Families
  • Young Adults
  • Food
Address 4 Tampines Central 5, Singapore 529510
Telephone (65)  6788 8370
Operating Hours 10am – 10pm daily
Review 1 “I love thus place. Everything available under one roof including cinemas! Can shop in cool comfort. Good pkace to meet our friendly neighbours.” – Satya.S
Review 2 “Got movie theatre, got alot of food options. Now got free parking after 6pm somemore. Nearby still have alot of malls. If you want to explore east! Tamp is the place to go!” – Audrey.F

bugis street top malls singapore

Mall Name

Bugis Street

Attractions Street clothing, eateries. There is a bargain store: Toko ABC. You can also find authentic Singapore street food and juice. For dining, there is a Hawker Centre near Albert Complex- offering hawker dining at affordable prices. Further, one can shop for durians and many exotic local fruits. Intriguing bazaar with a blend of high and low. Great place to buy kid’s clothing, watches and handbags. Souvenir shopper’s paradise. Souvenirs abound: Loads of fashion, handbags, watches, tops, snacks, keychains, bottoms, magnets. Bugis Markets are the best venue in Singapore to seek fantastic bargains, budget buys. Local style fashion, shoes, jewellery, accessories, nails, hair, massage etc.  A teeming bazaar with alluring fashion bargains. Excellent place to grab best deals on cosmetics, chocolates, fridge magnets etc. This place is crowded with narrow streets, a minor version of the famed Cha Tuk Chak Bangkok bazaar. Wide assortments of T-shirts, clothing, plastic ‘stuff’ and toys. Clothes, edibles, footwear, spices, sell casually, briskly. Quick access to the OG Singapore mall that also offers many discounts, deals. Under canopies, you can purchase fresh flowers, rent a rickshaw. Be sure to bargain. Resembling Hong Kong’s Ladies and Temple street markets, Bugis Street market is a bustling street bazaar.
  •  Trendy Clothing
  • Manicure & Pedicure
  • Street Food
Good For
  •  Young Adults
  • Budget Shoppers
Address  3 New Bugis Street, Singapore 188867
Telephone (65) 6338 9513
Operating Hours 10am – 10pm daily
Review 1 “Looking for Cheap but almost quality finds? Perfect place if you have a party next day and don’t have anything to wear. Size inclusive and budget friendly but no guarantee 😛 but a perfect place to loose yourself to shopping, food and music :D” – Pooja
Review 2 “It is a bargain center. Varieties of choicable items are available. Shopkeepers are decent. All temptations are available, the more you spend time in Bugis Street, more you will drain your purse. All the best to all the visitors.” – Ramesh.S
Review 3 “Mixed of ladies goodies, foodies and a quick thirst quencher of different fruits. Fried nostalgia- cannot go wrong with the fragrance. Plenty of food stalls.” – Will.T



The Relieving Effects of Shopping on Anxiety and Stress

To begin, let’s be honest with ourselves: stress is an inevitable component of everyday life. Every once in a while, all of us feel stressed out, and it doesn’t matter if it’s because of job, school, relationships, or just the daily grind. And while there are a lot of ways to deal with stress, one of the ones that many people find to be the most fun is going shopping.

Now, I’m not talking about shopping addiction or excessive shopping, both of which can lead to a variety of problems, including financial ones. Instead, I’m referring to the act of shopping itself as a method of self-care and, when done in moderation, a stress-relieving activity. The following are some of the advantages:

1. It has the potential to elevate one’s mood.

Going shopping can be an efficient and simple technique to improve one’s mood. Dopamine is released in the brain when a person browses and selects products that they find visually pleasant or that they have wanted for a while. This can lead to a happier and more relaxed state of mind for the person doing the browsing and picking.

It’s a way of expressing oneself creatively.

Going shopping is a great chance to let your individuality and sense of style shine through. It can be a confidence booster and a method to show off your originality to find things that you really love and that make you feel good about yourself.

2. It is possible that it will give you a sensation of control.

Shopping can help provide a sense of control when life feels like it’s becoming out of control and stressful. You have the ability to select what you want to purchase, and the process of selecting those items may be both empowering and peaceful in and of itself.

3. It’s a great method to make new friends!

Going shopping with your loved ones or close friends can be a pleasurable and social activity. When perusing the racks or putting on different outfits, you can have conversations, get caught up, and enjoy each other’s company.

4. It is possible that this is a sort of self-care.

A vital component of good self-care is making time for activities that bring you pleasure, such as going shopping. It is possible for you to take a vacation from the pressures of regular life and revitalize yourself through this activity.

Shopping should not be relied on as the primary or even the primary method for relieving stress. This is something that should be kept in mind at all times. It’s just one more tool in your arsenal, and it’s vital to find a balance that works for you rather than trying to force something that doesn’t suit you. But, if done in moderation and with awareness, shopping can be a joyful, engaging, and effective way to release stress when used in this way.

5. It is possible that it will give you a feeling of accomplishment.

When you finally track down that one particular thing you’ve been looking for, it may be a very fulfilling experience. It has the potential to provide you with a feeling of success and the ability to assist you in feeling as though you have accomplished something, which is a wonderful method to manage stress and raise your mood.

6. It is possible that it will provide a change of scene.

When we are feeling overwhelmed or anxious, it can be helpful to shift our surroundings. This can make all the difference. Traveling to a different store or shopping in a new neighborhood can provide a revitalizing change of pace and make you feel more comfortable. The same is true for online shopping.

7. It has the potential to be distracting.

When anxiety and tension are weighing heavy on your mind, it is sometimes good to have something to distract you from those feelings. Going shopping is a fantastic approach to divert your attention to something that is more pleasurable and to temporarily keep your mind off of the stresses that you are experiencing in your life.

8. You may find that it facilitates your practice of mindfulness.

Buying with awareness, staying in the here and now, and paying attention to what your senses are telling you can all be considered forms of mindfulness practice. It’s possible that browsing at or putting on clothes might become a peaceful and relaxing experience if you give yourself enough time to truly enjoy and appreciate what you’re doing.

When done in moderation and with an awareness of the present moment, shopping can be an enjoyable and efficient approach to release stress.

A positive mood boost, a sense of control and success, a means to socialize, and a revitalizing change of environment can all be gained from doing so.

Hence, the next time you find yourself feeling stressed or overwhelmed, give some thought to treating yourself to some retail therapy as a kind of stress relief.

Return of Business at the Retail Center following the Covid-19

The epidemic has had a huge influence on the retail industry, as seen by the fact that a great number of enterprises are fighting for their very existence. There is, however, reason to be optimistic about the future of shopping malls as a result of the widespread distribution of vaccines and the progressive loosening of limitations.

The following is a list of recovery methods that proprietors of shopping malls and businesses can implement to help boost business:

1. Employ safety measures.

The protection of others around you should always come first, but this is more true during a pandemic. In order to make customers feel more secure and at ease when shopping in their establishments, shopping malls may choose to incorporate safety precautions such as social distancing norms, required mask-wearing, and heightened cleaning and sanitation procedures.

2. Put your attention on multichannel and online shopping techniques.

The epidemic has hastened the transition toward e-commerce, with many consumers indicating that they would rather shop online than at traditional brick-and-mortar establishments. This development presents an opportunity for shopping malls, which may be capitalized on by making investments in their e-commerce capabilities and implementing omnichannel strategies, which merge the offline and online purchasing experiences.

3. Provide incentives in the form of promotions.

Retailers might give promotions and incentives such as discounts, loyalty programs, and free gifts to customers in an effort to entice customers to return to shopping malls where they have previously shopped. In an economy that has been impacted by the epidemic, these can be useful tools for persuading clients to spend their money.

4. Develop unique experiences.

Shopping malls may set themselves apart from internet retailers by providing customers with one-of-a-kind experiences that just can’t be matched by virtual stores. Live events, pop-up stores, and exclusive product debuts are some examples of what may fall under this category.

5. Engage in cooperative endeavors with other companies.

Working together with other stores in the shopping center to promote consumer traffic and increase sales can be a very effective strategy. Retailers, for instance, could combine with nearby eateries to give discounts or special deals, or they could participate in joint campaigns with other establishments in the area.

6. Adapt and use technology.

Also, the epidemic has hastened the implementation of cutting-edge technologies such as contactless payments and augmented reality. These technologies can be embraced by shopping malls to improve the overall experience for customers and to make shopping more convenient and entertaining.

In order to recover from the pandemic, you will need to employ a variety of preventative measures, new techniques, and creative thinking. It is possible for shopping mall owners and retailers to contribute to the rehabilitation of businesses and build a more promising future for the retail industry if they put these initiatives into action and collaborate with one another.

Shopping Strategies to Help you get the Best Deals Possible

Everyone has the goal of getting the best discounts possible when they go shopping, but it can be difficult to figure out how to achieve those deals. The following are some suggestions that will assist you in getting the most value for your money:

Prepare yourself.

One of the most effective strategies to save money is to make preparations in advance. Before you begin your shopping, do some research to find out what discounts and deals are currently being offered, and compile a list of the things you require. This will make it easier for you to refrain from making rash purchases and will ensure that you receive the best deal possible on the products that you truly require.

Compare pricing.

You shouldn’t simply go with the first pricing that you find. To get the greatest possible deal, you should shop around at a few different stores or online stores and compare their pricing. You may also locate the best rates in a hurry and with little effort by using price comparison software or adding extensions to your browser.

Register for our newsletter as well as our loyalty program.
Customers who join up for a retailer’s newsletter or loyalty program are often eligible for special discounts or promotions that are only available to those consumers. This is an excellent way to remain up to date on sales and to gain access to exclusive bargains that may not be available to other consumers.

Utilize coupons and promo codes.

You can save a significant amount of money on your purchases by using promotional codes and coupons. You can find them in newspapers, magazines, or online, and you must remember to enter them while you are making your purchase in order to receive the discount.

Shop during the off-season.

Off-season shopping for goods associated with specific times of the year might be an excellent method to save money. For instance, it is typically more cost-effective to purchase winter apparel in the spring or summer than it is to do so during the winter season itself.


Don’t be hesitant to negotiate the price, especially if you’re buying from a small business or seller at a market. When shopping for pricey products such as furniture or electronics, this strategy can be particularly useful.

Take advantage of programs that offer cash back.

There are a lot of credit cards and cashback applications out there, and many of them provide rewards for buying at specific stores. These benefits can stack up rapidly, providing you with an opportunity to save money on future purchases.

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When it comes to shopping, getting the best discounts involves a little bit of strategy, research, and creative thinking on your part. You will be able to cut costs and get the most out of your shopping experience if you implement the methods and recommendations that are provided here.

Shopping Center: Here’s Why You Should Limit Your Purchases to Genuine Products Only

Shopping malls are fantastic places to look for a wide variety of products, including apparel, consumer electronics, and even goods for the house. On the other hand, it is essential to be aware of the significance of only purchasing legitimate things when shopping.

When we refer to “authentic items,” we are referring to products that have not been counterfeited and have been made by the very first maker. These products are manufactured to specified quality standards, and as a result, they are typically more dependable and long-lasting than counterfeit or imitation goods.

You should shop for genuine things in shopping malls for a number of reasons, including the following:

The assurance of quality

Products that are genuine have been made by renowned manufacturers in accordance with stringent quality guidelines. This indicates that the things you purchase have a greater chance of being long-lasting, dependable, and risk-free to use.

Invest on products made by the original producer.

When you purchase genuine goods, you are lending financial support to the company that first developed the product, which required an investment of both time and money. This helps to ensure that they can continue to produce goods of a high quality and give employment opportunities for their workers.

Take precautions to protect your health and safety.

Products that have been tampered with are frequently manufactured with little regard for health and safety regulations. They might be hazardous to your health and safety due to the materials they contain or the quality of their construction, both of which are possibilities.

Defend and safeguard the rights to intellectual property.

The purchase of counterfeit goods provides financial support for criminal acts such as piracy and theft of intellectual property. This can be detrimental to the original producer, making them less likely to invest in the development of new products or improvements.

You will end up saving money by doing this.

Authentic products may have a higher initial cost; nevertheless, they often have a longer lifespan and are more dependable than their knockoff counterparts. Because of this, you won’t have to replace the item as frequently, which will result in financial savings over the long run.

In conclusion, it is important to shop for authentic items in shopping malls for a number of reasons, including the assurance of quality, the support of the original manufacturer, the avoidance of risks to one’s health and safety, the protection of one’s intellectual property rights, and the savings of money in the long run. Hence, the next time you go shopping, make it a point to select legitimate stuff rather than products that have been faked.

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