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Books Kinokuniya

The largest Kinokuniya store outside of Japan, the Singapore location of this famous bookseller has an awesome inventory of books and periodicals-English, Japanese, French and German-and is a veritable rabbit warren of bookshelves. Shoppers have been known to need help finding the exit. Special in-house events in addition to the usual book signing sessions are held regularly. Wine-tasting, anyone? There is also a good in-house cafe where you can stop for a snack. The store also provides a website, Bookweb, which allows you to check if a title is in stock and reserve it before heading down to browse the shelves in-person.

Red Army Watches

Red Army Watches is a lovely store for picking up the perfect watch! Known throughout east Asia for its splendid designs and quality, this is one watch store that seldom fails to impress. They have a wide array of products to match different tastes and preferences of their customers. The watches are designed keeping in mind the latest trends as well classic choices of individuals. Found here are products from several renowned brands, including Aviator, Zeppelin, Denissov and Junkers.

Suntec City Mall

Covering an area of 83,850 square meters (902,553 square feet), Suntec City Mall is one of the largest malls in Singapore and has a large fountain to accentuate its grandeur. Three floors cater to the needs of locals and tourists alike, with upmarket boutiques from international brands, and a broad array of shops selling home furnishings, lingerie, leisure products, souvenirs and casual wear. French supermarket Carrefour takes up 13,000 square metres (139,930 square feet), offering economical consumer goods, from fashion and food to pharmaceuticals and car accessories. In addition, there are some 70 restaurants, pubs, fast food outlets and food courts to whet your appetite.

The Paragon

The Paragon Shopping centre features designer names like Gucci, Salvatore Ferragamo, Escada, Lanvin, Fendi and Prada and some local boutiques like M)phosis and GG5. More fashion can be found at Marks & Spencer on the third level. Local department store Metro Paragon takes up three whole floors. Occupying the top level are some shops specializing in Chinese art and antiques. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is located on the ground floor, with dining services in the basement area with food ranging from Indian and Thai to international cuisine.

Ngee Ann City

This shopping mall with the reddish-brown polished granite façade is one of Southeast Asia's largest, housing the giant Japanese chain store, Takashimaya, and Asia's largest book store, Books Kinokuniya. Seven floors accommodate about 130 specialty stores retailing sporting goods, stationery, jewelery and designer clothes. Burberry, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany, Chanel, and Charles Jourdan are just some of the boutiques serving the more well-to-do shoppers. Top-notch restaurants of international flavors dominate on level four, while in the basement, Harrod's tea room and other food outlets present an eating experience of another kind.

Shaw House

This six-story complex with avant-grade architecture is frequented by Japanese tourists, well-heeled locals and the middle class. This is not surprising since the well-stocked Japanese department store, Isetan, is housed here, offering fashion, sporting goods and household merchandise. Serving high-end consumers are designer boutiques such as Max & Co, Bally and Trussardi. The basement holds a supermarket and several inexpensive cafes, while Western and Asian restaurants can be found on the second and fourth floors. Spanning over three floors are escalators leading up to the Lido 8 Cineplex on the uppermost level where the latest movies are screened.

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