Make all your way to Chinatown – Shopping Land

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While you don’t need any specific reason to go shopping, well, the sky is blue today so you had to shop. But knowing where the best shopping spots are in a city or town helps you plan your day more easily. You spend less time scouring for the best products and just get to concentrate all your energy in shopping till you just can’t anymore (there is no such thing as such). If you are in Kuala Lumpur don’t stress over how you will reach this shopping haven. Board an express bus, buy tickets online and arrive in Singapore quite comfortably, without burning a hole in your pocket.

Travel Tip: Best part is apart from shopping, that you can shuttle easily to visit all these places conveniently using redbus.sg. Booking online bus tickets from this portal helps to save time and money. They give discounted tickets too!

One such shopping hotspot you need to visit is Chinatown in Singapore.

1. Ann Siang Road- Chinatown is famous for all things funky. From quirky clothes to home furnishings, create a style statement of your own after hitting the charming boutiques here. You will lose your heart to the patchwork cushions found in Rose Citron French Design studio.

2. Chinatown Complex-After you exhaust yourself shopping at Ann Siang, it is time to reward yourself with some yummy food. Walk into Chinatown Complex that has over 260 food stalls lined with chilli crab, carrot cake, and prawn noodles to frog porridge for the adventurous foodies.

3. Tiong Bahru Estate-Book lovers, Chinatown doesn’t leave you out. Books actually at Tiong Bahru Estate will be your new home here.

You haven’t experienced the true charm of a local market if you haven’t visited Chinatown. This complex where you may spot a variety of diverse items that represents the Chinese culture in Singapore, starting from traditional clothing to Chinese calligraphy, as well as more modern jewellery and street fashion. What’s more? You can try some of Singapore’s popular local gourmet here too!

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