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Bugis Street is steeped in history for its night scene in the 1950s. After much refurbishment over the years, it has been redefined as a top shopping destination among locals and tourists alike. Explore this retail labyrinth for its plethora of items and souvenirs. Over 800 stores feature designer clothing, accessories, electronics and local handicrafts, as well as beauty salons and the famous Bugis Junction. It is one of the largest street markets in Singapore.
Here is a department store, supermarket, pharmacy, jeweler, travel agency and post office all rolled into one. From its early days in 1971 when it only sold garments, Mustafa Centre has definitely come a long way. Within its modest blue glass exterior, you can get almost anything: more than 90,000 items are sold on a total retail space of 400,000 square feet (37,000 square meters). With some of the lowest prices in Singapore, this center plays host to tourists and locals looking for bargains.
Boasting six stories of more than 800 stores and eateries, the Far East Plaza is popular among the young and grungy. The bustling mall sells everything from outrageous fashion wear to cheap watches, optical products and compact discs, all at very affordable prices. Here, you can get your shoe repaired, your suit tailored, your feet massaged, your hair cut and even your body pierced or tattooed. The local department store, Metro, occupies the basement and sells fashion and household products at mid-range prices. On the last floor are lots of Chinese and Thai food outlets serving inexpensive but tasty food.
Anchorpoint is a mid-sized shopping center in western Singapore that is known for outlet stores selling popular brands like Giordiano, G200, Charles & Keith, FOX, and Billabong. The mall also offers a number of specialty boutiques, family-friendly restaurants, a food court, pharmacies, pet store, DIY store, book store, and a well-stocked Cold Storage supermarket. Services include a SISTIC ticket collection counter, ATMs, salons, and a walk-in Raffles medical clinic. On weekends there is a free shuttle bus between Anchorpoint and nearby Queenstown MRT station.