Enjoy a huge range of lifestyle offerings at some of Singapore’s most famous shopping malls. These properties are not just popular with shopaholics, but also draw hordes of movie buffs and foodies. After all, few can resist the charm of numerous upscale stores, cinema halls, and eateries under one roof. Check out our list of some of the most prominent shopping malls in Singapore.
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
This sprawling 800,000-square-feet luxury mall is an excellent retail and dining retreat. You can experience a refreshing mix of international luxury brands and emerging labels. The Shoppes is home to numerous celebrated brands including Chanel, Gucci, Burberry, Cartier, Dior, Guess, Miss Sixty and Banana Republic. If hunger pangs set in, head to the leading celebrity-owned restaurants here such as Wolfgang Puck, Mario Batali and Guy Savoy.
Designed with great focus on feng shui, Suntec City symbolizes harmony among the various races in Singapore. This 830,000-square-feet property is segregated into four distinct zones, each showcasing its own character. Suntec City features 150 luxury stores, ranging from exclusive boutiques to international chains. The mall is even home to five soaring office towers and an international convention and exhibition centre. As far as the food goes, prepare to get spoilt for choice by more than 50 big and small restaurants that promise a gratifying dining experience.
The Mandarin Gallery of Singapore, with its perfect blend of aesthetics and elegance, presents an exclusive shopping experience, which is hard to find elsewhere. The ground level of this boutique style mall lures shoppers with high-end brands like Vertu, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Mulberry and Montblanc. The upper floor is stocked with products from Hansel and a few other local fashion labels. Mandarin Gallery also features restaurants such as Wild Honey, Jones the Grocer, and the immensely popular and usually crowded, Ippudo Ramen.
One of the largest shopping malls in Singapore, VivoCity is a one-stop solution for all your cravings for entertainment and shopping. The convenient location (near the Sentosa Island) makes it a beautiful place for a relaxed and fun-filled shopping experience. The property is also home to an open-air playground for the young ones, and a rooftop amphitheatre. There are many bars and restaurants, including open-air dining along the promenade and a large hawker centre-style food court.