A visitor asked me where to shop in Singapore.
I asked where she has been to?
She mentioned the shops in Orchard and Marina are out of her budget. Where do the locals go?
Suitable for families, as there’s something for everyone. It never closes. It sells electronics, bedsheets, medicines, toiletries, basmati rice…just name it. Check out the perfume and fragrance section for last minute gifts.
It also has a wide range of tourist souvenirs. Good if your return flight is early morning and you realised you need more of those Merlions or “Singa Muntah”.
Nearest MRT: Farrer Park
Bonus: While you are at Mustafa, check out:
City Square Mall, where there is Decathlon SG a sports retailer from Paris. They have everything for cyclists, runners and even something for archers and equestrians.
Arguably, the biggest outlet mall in Singapore. Selling mostly past season goods. Some of the tenants are brands like Club21 which carry Paul Smith and the likes. There is also Coach, Adidas, Nike, Puma, Rockport, Clarks and many more. Check the store list here.
Nearest MRT: Jurong East MRT Station
Bonus: If you are on a tight budget, and want to get gifts, plenty of gifts without tearing a big hOle in the wallet, check out Daiso. Please don’t complain why the things have no price tag. Eveything is $2. Caps, t-shirts, brooms, japanese cups and saucers…the list goes on.