Budget shopping places in Singapore

10 Best Places For Budget Shopping in Singapore

When thinking about shopping in Singapore, one can easily visualize huge shopping malls with all the luxurious brands and fair share of high end designer wear boutiques. One has to admit that Singapore is quite an expensive city. A single trip to the shopping mall and you’re broke for the month. Well, it doesn’t have to be the same always. You can find great stuff at good bargains here too that are affordable and durable than the stuffs you get from the malls. So where can you find the best budget shopping escapades in this city? Below are the top 10 places where you can do budget shopping in Singapore without burning deep holes in your pocket. Since the MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) train stations are the most convenient and easiest means of public transportation in Singapore, I have mentioned them too.

Mustafa Centre:

Mustafa Centre located in Little India offers everything a shopper requires including daily groceries, household items, electronic goods, clothes, shoes, bags, watches, cosmetics, perfumes, CDs, DVDs, toys, pharmaceutical products, souvenirs and even gold jewelry. All the goods are available here at reasonable prices. You can also haggle your way to even lower the price of your purchase. You can also arrange air travel, hotel booking & currency exchange services at this complex.

Opening Hours:

This massive center is open twenty-four hours and all seven days in the week. This is probably the best place to shop and find huge deals on almost all kinds of goods.

How to Reach Mustafa Centre:

This shopping complex is at walking distance from Farrer Park MRT station.

Mustafa Centre, Shopping in Singapore
Mustafa Centre, Singapore

Far East Plaza:

The Far East Plaza is a famous go to budget shopping outlet for all the youngsters in Singapore. Located at the Orchard Road, it offers the most trendiest and fashionable apparel goods, beauty products & accessories such as shoes, bags, watches, jewelry, etc. They also have good salons, nail spas and tattoo centers which are affordable and require no prior appointments. You can also bargain there at many stores and get the best deals. So while you are out there shopping in Singapore’s Far East Plaza you can also get these services done and pamper yourself.

Opening Hours:

10 AM to 9:30 PM

How to Reach Far East Plaza:

This shopping center is at walking distance from Orchard Road MRT station.

Far East Plaza, shopping in singapore
Far East Plaza, Singapore

Bugis Street:

Bugis Street is Singapore’s biggest street shopping market. It is famous among the locals as well as tourists. Here you can find a huge variety of quality goods such as souvenirs, clothes, accessories, beauty cosmetics, electronics, stationery and household items. You may not find trendiest or most fashionable apparels here, but look for quality goods which cater to the needs of all shoppers. You may also find tiny souvenirs available in this market for as low as S1$. This shopping street is always very crowded, so I will not recommend you to visit it during weekends if you are a claustrophobic like me.

Opening Hours:

11 AM to 10 PM

How to Reach Bugis Street Market:

The Bugis Street Market is just a short stroll away from the Bugis MRT station.

Bugis Street Market, shopping in singapore
Bugis Street Market, Singapore

IMM Outlet Mall:

If you want to go brand shopping in Singapore offering good discounts, the IMM outlet mall is the shopping place for you. It hosts about 80 well known local as well as international brand outlets offering retail & house furnishing goods at relatively lower and discounted prices. They also have great promotional offers such as Buy 1 Get 1 free or Buy 2 get 1 free. It is located at Jurong East which is in a little farther part of the city. But if you prefer making purchases from brands, taking a trip to this mall will be all worth it.

Opening Hours:

10 AM to 10 PM

How to Reach IMM Outlet Mall:

The IMM Outlet mall is near Jurong East MRT station. You can get into a free shuttle bus from the station or if you prefer walking, you can use the link bridge from the station going towards the mall.

IMM Outlet Mall shopping in singapore
IMM Outlet Mall, Singapore

Flea Markets(Scape Marketplace):

Scape marketplace is one of Singapore’s biggest weekend flea market offering clothes, beauty accessories, electronic accessories as well as handcrafted goods at very cheap and affordable prices. Blogshops which are a huge phenomenon in Singapore that offer online fashion stores using a blogging platform also line up their apparel goods at prices that are cheaper than the ones available online. So it would be great if you purchase apparels from this flea market after trying them rather than buying online. Use your bargain skills here to get the best deals out of this market.

Opening Hours:

12 PM to 10 PM. It opens during weekends only, .i.e. Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

How to Reach Scape Marketplace:

The Scape Market place is located at a 10 minute walking distance from Somerset MRT station.

Scape Flea Market shopping in singapore
Scape Flea Market, Singapore

Queensway Shopping Centre:

The Queensway shopping centre is a haven for all the fitness loving people and athletes. You can find great stores selling a huge variety of sneakers, bags, trendy sports apparel, sports and gym equipments at great discounts and affordable prices. Few stores also carry bundle offers and may give you some freebies if you purchase more than one goods from them.

Opening Hours:

11 AM to 9:30 PM.

How to Reach Queensway Shopping Centre:

The Queensway Shopping Centre is located at about 15 stroll from Queenstown MRT station. If you want to avoid walking you can get a bus from the station to the shopping center.

Queensway Shopping Center shopping in singapore
Queensway Shopping Center, Singapore

Lucky Plaza:

Lucky Plaza located at Orchard road is one of the famous shopping centers for budget shopping in Singapore. It’s a go to place for purchasing casual clothing, souvenirs, chocolates, perfumes and accessories. Cheap electronic goods are also available there, but I won’t recommend you to buy them from there because I didn’t find them of good quality and durability. Prices are already quite cheap here, but you can still negotiate and save few bucks.

Opening Hours:

8 AM to 10:30 PM.

How to Reach Lucky Plaza:

Lucky Plaza is located at a short walking distance from Orchard MRT station.

Lucky Plaza shopping in singapore
Lucky Plaza, Singapore

Changi City point:

Changi City Point is another outlet for brand shopping in Singapore. This mall has a lot of famous brand outlet stores such as Adidas, Nike, Asics, Puma, Sketchers, Hush Puppies, Esprit and many more. These outlet stores offer great discounts on their products and you may also find many ongoing promotional offers. It’s very near to the Changi Airport, just the next MRT station stop. So, if you are traveling and want to buy some branded goods for yourself or for gifting, you now know where you have to head to.

Opening Hours:

10 AM to 10 PM.

How to Reach Changi City Point:

The Changi City Point is located just next to Expo MRT station which is one stop away from the Changi Airport.

Changi City Point shopping in singapore
Changi City Point, Singapore

The Editor’s Market:

The Editor’s market is a great shopping place for women apparels and shoes if you want to shop in bulk. They offer step pricing system, the more you will buy the cheaper it will get. They have got trendy collections and keep updating their stocks weekly. I would recommend you to head there for shopping with your group of friends or colleagues or if you want to do bulk shopping or else it would probably not be worth visiting.

Opening Hours:

11 AM to 10 PM.

How to Reach The Editor’s Market:

The Editor’s Market is located at the Orchard Central which is easily accessible from Somerset MRT station.

The Editor's Market shopping in singapore
The Editor’s Market, Singapore

Anchorpoint:

The Anchorpoint shopping centre located at Queenstown is another hub for many brand outlets. The outlet stores at this shopping centre include Charles and Keith, Pedro, G2000, Typo, Cotton On, Giordano and Billabong. There are always a lot of ongoing sale offers at all brands. You will also find huge discounts on the collections from the last season.

Opening Hours:

10 AM to 10 PM.

How to Reach Anchorpoint:

It is located at a 10 minute walking distance from Queenstown MRT station.

Anchorpoint Shopping Center shopping in singapore
Anchorpoint Shopping Center, Singapore

So now that you know where you can look for the best budget deals while shopping in Singapore, get going and treat yourselves with shopping hauls at these outlets.

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55 thoughts on “10 Best Places For Budget Shopping in Singapore”

  1. What a fantastic post, it is always interesting to know of recommended places to go when you are visiting a city – I would have to check all these out.

  2. Awesome places to shop at! It’s definitely nice to go shopping when you’re traveling. Thanks for sharing a list of the best shops at Singapore that won’t break your bank!

  3. I love Bugis Street! It’s chaotic, but a lot of fun to explore! This is a great list. Next time I am in Singapore, I’ll keep an eye out for some of these locations. When we go, we normally stuff our faces with food lol

  4. We are looking at places to travel for next year and Singapore is definitely on our list! Bookmarking this page so I can reference these great budget friendly places if we end up going!

  5. These lo K like fabulous places to shop! I w8ll definitely keep this in mind if I get a trip there!

  6. Great amount of shops you have listed. While I have never visited Singapore I would love to and check out all these shops. I budget myself very strictly so these would be the stores for me

  7. Wow so many fantastic shopping opportunities in Singapore. I’d definitely love to check out Scape Marketplace because i love a good flea market. Also the online stores sounds interesting.

  8. This is a great list of places to shop. I have only been to Singapore once and was only there for 2 days so I didn’t get the chance to seek out the cheap places. On the surface, Singapore is certainly expensive. Maybe i will make a trip back there to go on a cheap shopping spree. Thanks for sharing!

  9. We had a stop over in Singapore! They have amazing shopping just in the airport so it’s no surprise they have a great choice in the city too!!

  10. Lovely list! I’m going to Singapore twice during this year so I’ll definitely check out some of these places. I love shopping but since I’m traveling with carrier only I can probably survive without buying too much stuff from Singapore. 🙂

  11. Some great tips here – I spent 3 days in Singapore last year and did quite a bit of shopping – there’s so much choice!

  12. Thanks for the list. I’m bookmarking this page for my next visit in Singapore. But i did enjoy bargain shopping at Bugis Market 👍🏼 I also love Plaza Singapura.

  13. Mustafa is one of the awesome place to shop for affordable items. Lucky Plaza is were many Filipinos shop (I don’t know why but I saw many Filipinos, literally). But Lucky Plaza is more convenient to me since I always stay at Orchard.

  14. These are some exceptional places which I would also recommend to anyone who wants to go shopping in Singapore as I am from there. I especially love the Far East Plaza. I would also suggest bouldering when in Singapore as it an indeed fun activity! 🙂

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