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50 best shops in Singapore

Get your retail therapy done right at our picks of the coolest stores, boutiques and brands in Singapore

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Time Out Singapore editors
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Food wonderland, garden city, and shopping heaven – Singapore's got all the sweet spots covered. Shopping, in particular, is a sport we take pretty seriously here – and there's no shortage of options. From boutiques shops to vintage stores and warehouses, we've picked out the best stores and shops for fashion, lifestyle, homeware, hobbies and more for you to check out. Hold on to your wallets and cards because the shopaholics will go wild. 

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Best shops in Singapore

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  • Orchard

Sneakerheads now have another place to check out in town. Japan's leading customer-to-customer sneaker platform, SNKRDUNK, has opened its flagship store at Mandarin Gallery. Drop by to shop a wide collection of sneakers, including limited edition collaborations – think Nike's Jordans with Travis Scott, Yeezys and sold-out New Balance collabs. The physical space will also showcase exclusive collaborative pieces between SNKRDUNK and other brands. We recommend downloading its globall app too, to get the drop of street culture news and updates, as well as in-depth profile features of brands and personalities. 

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  • Jewellery
  • Chinatown

Pick up beautiful, modern accessories from Curious Creatures, a homegrown brand that designs demi-fine and fine jewellery capable of taking you from casual day outs to your wedding day. Everything is designed in house, including elegant and minimalist earrings, necklaces and bracelets with tasteful placements of freshwater pearls, diamonds, and colourful gems. Head down to its physical stores in Chinatown and Great World to touch and feel the accessories in person before purchase. Curious Creatures also provides bespoke services, for times when you want a one-of-a-kind piece for special life moments. 

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  • Electronics
  • Kallang

For all the 'keeb weebs', MASH Keyboard is your one-stop-shop for all your mechanical keyboard needs. Pick up barebones kits, prebuilt keyboards, switches and accessories online or at the MASH Experience Centre, which you can visit to hit all the keys that you want (you know, to test which as the most satisfying 'thock'). It's especially advisable to drop by the Bendemeer store if you're just starting out, so you can get some guidance and recommendations from the staff. 

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  • Kallang

If you're keen to ride the wave of board sports in Singapore, the best place to start is at The Ride Side. The adventure sports company has got snowboarding, surfing and skateboarding prowess under one roof – offering adventure trips and bootcamps to places like Switzerland and Japan, as well as class across skateboarding and surfskating. Visit its retail shop at Kallang Wave Mall to shop for skateboard/surfboard/longboard parts and completes from top international brands, as well as cool merchandise to jazz up your street style. 

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  • Lifestyle
  • Orchard

Known for its stylish and sustainable everyday products and apparel, The Paper Bunny has finally made the leap from online to offline. Head down to its physical store at Takashimaya to check out what it has to offer in person – that covers roomy convertible strap bags, tie-dyed resort wear, functional planners, reusable bags and cutlery, the ever-popular laptop bags, and much more. 

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  • Marine Parade

Get your sustainable shopping fix at Our Barehands, a social enterprise selling lifestyle apparel and accessories. And now, you can touch and feel the goods in person before the purchase – at its new physical store in Katong i12. Called Pop Palette, the shopping space is a compact showcase of Our Barehands' collections old and new. Founded by Chanel Go, Germaine Lye, and Mitchell Hong, this homegrown label works with artisan communities in the region, championing traditional crafts and supporting artisans in making a living. Online and at the store, you can pick up handmade apparel by Mr. JS, a talented tailor based in Malaysia; beaded accessories from the Khoyla sisters in India; blockprinted textiles from masters in Gujarat, India; and more.

 

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  • Toa Payoh

Get your vintage film camera kicks at Filem, a shop in Kapo Factory Building that sells a range of 35mm and 120mm film cameras. Whether you want a fuss-free point-and-shoot, pick up your first SLR camera, or play around with rangefinders and medium format cameras, Filem has got 'em. Hell, you can even preorder the stupidly famous Contax T2. The folks at Filem can also answer all your questions about film cameras, help you troubleshoot issues, or even service your cameras. Filem also runs photowalks and film developing workshops. 

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  • City Hall

Moving places from Capitol Pizza to Mandarin Gallery on shopping belt Orchard Road, Manifesto was designed with the inspiration of the Sahara desert in mind - with fashion apparal just as hot. The store carries over 30 names across luxe fashion labels, street-style staples and alternative indie brands. Take your pick from avant garde apparel, minimalist accessories and off-kilter footwear from designers such as Axel Arigato, Roberto Collina femme, and Anna Thomas. This one’s aimed at the cool types. 

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When I Was Four
  • Shopping
  • Boutiques
  • City Hall

Here’s a throwback to your salad days. Check out the kitschy trinkets from When I Was Four – four being the tender age when children still look at life through rose-tinted glasses. Certainly, owner Tan Li Ling hopes to stir up fuzzy warm childhood memories through her small quantity of handmade products by bringing back familiar pieces and designs from simpler days. Most of the products are from her in-house brand, with a small collection from local designers such as Chirashi Bomb and Typesettingsg.

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  • Lifestyle
  • Geylang

Your home should be your palace – to relax and unwind after a long day of work. And luxury sheets and furnishings from Sojao certainly won't hurt to turn your humble abode into a lush sanctuary. Now, the luxury home essentials brand has opened its very first brick-and-mortar store at the electic Joo Chiat. Step into this spacious and calming space to get a feel of organic sheets and silky soft loungwear, and pick up other home essentials from partnering brands such as Carrom, Good Good Ceramics and loom & stone. 

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  • Marine Parade

As founder Connor Su intended, this preserved plant store is a true oasis along Joo Chiat Road. What this unassuming shophouse houses an airy "greenhouse" – but rather than flourshing shrubs, the bulk of these plants are already preserved, with the occasional landscape feature of live plants. Connor crafts these botanical creations by hand, with a range of stones and plants imported from overseas – think preserved plants from Japan, wood slate stones from Greece, and driftwood from Indonesia and Vietnam. They result in beautiful pieces like the Old Guard ($1,199), made from preserved moss, white crispum flowers and Japanese tea tree leaves; and the more affordable Baby’s Tears ($139), featuring preserved ball moss from the Netherlands, baby’s breath flare, and Japanese asparagus sprengeri leaf – all positioned carefully on a polished slab of Indonesian driftwood. 

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  • Art, craft and hobbies
  • Rochor

Whether you're shopping for birthday gifts, Christmas gifts, or for yourself, a good place to pick up some unique items is at Curbside Crafters. This curated lifestyle marketplace in Kampong Glam occupies two levels of a shophouse on North Bridge Road. In this bright and airy space, you'll find booths set up by local creatives and F&B businesses selling handcrafted wares alongside takeaway foods. A good number of aspiring creatives and entrepreneurs have set up here before, including Paper Palette Studio, noontide & night, Ozel, Manja Mao, The Designing Pat and d.atlas studio. To stay in the loop on the retail booths, F&B brands and workshops available, follow Curbside Crafters on Instagram

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  • Shopping
  • Home decor
  • Tiong Bahru

There’s a certain charm about handcrafted vintage furniture, and at Emperor’s Attic, it’s a vast collection of antiques, vintage, and even reproduced Chinese furniture. It sources its items directly from Northern China, making sure to personally select and authenticate each piece. When it comes to antique hunting, the details matter too – the team will be sure to accurately gauge the item’s age, origin, and materials. While it does not customise furniture orders, the staff are more than willing to help you source a specific piece you have in mind. 

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  • Lifestyle
  • Orchard

This multi-label boutique in Tanglin Mall stocks up a curated collection of trinkets, clothing, lifestyle products and more. Expect pretty, sexy and hard-to-find lifestyle items – there are bags and clutches, home scents and candles, linen napkins and shell-shaped teaspoons, ruffle dresses and lingerie, body oils and jade face rollers. You'll want to carve out time to give this shop a good browse. 

 

 

 

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  • Shopping
  • Home decor
  • Geylang

Indulge in some secondhand retro-chic at Lorgan's the Retro Store. The shop is stacked to the ceiling with homeware and knick-knacks from yesteryear, including '40s art-deco ashtrays, '60s remote-control tin toy cars and '70s cantilever dining chairs. Lorgan Wong has been restoring colonial furniture with his father since he was just a child, and now flies in pre-loved possessions from as far as Europe, which he takes pride in restoring to as close to their original state as possible. 

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  • Bookshops
  • Raffles Place

Chinese bookstores are few and far between in Singapore, but ZALL Bookstore makes up for it. ZALL is a Chinese bookstore, art gallery and café all rolled into one, taking up a full two storeys of space at Wheelock Place. Lovers of Chinese culture and literature have more than 30,000 literary works to browse – have a relaxing read at the multi-functional reading space on the first floor, or head to the café to enjoy a variety of coffee blends, Chinese chu tea and Taiwan tea. 

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  • Shopping
  • Fashion
  • Kallang

The Kampong Gelam precinct is buzzing with cool shops these days, and Nonmainstream is one of them. This hip vintage store is stocked with bright Nike windbreakers, retro sporty sweatshirts, oversized polo shirts and graphic tees to complete your retro look. The prices are comfortable here, though opening hours are limited – the shop is only open on Fridays and weekends, so do follow its Instagram account to avoid making a wasted trip.

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  • Home decor
  • Chinatown

Give your home an authentic Peranakan touch with vintage and replica tiles from Peranakan Tiles Gallery Singapore. These tiles were salvaged by owner Victor Lim when shophouses were being torn down back in the day, with more beautiful pieces from England, Belgium and Japan. 

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The Green Collective
  • Shopping
  • Lifestyle
  • City Hall

Fashion and sustainability can indeed go hand in hand. Aligned with their mission to champion conscious living, expect to find quirky items like handcrafted necklaces and shoes made from recyclable material amongst other eco-friendly gems like compost bins and reusable sandwich wraps. If you're exploring eco-friendly skincare options, there are plenty of choices of face scrubs, face mists and more in-store. Browse the ethically made creations of more than a dozen of homegrown and international brands. 

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  • Fashion
  • Rochor

Behind every batik fabric is a story. The meaning of ‘batik’ itself refers to the technique of making intricate patterns onto a piece of fabric. It is a delicate art and often a time-consuming one because so much thought and skill is put into making a sheet of batik fabric. The motifs on each piece of cloth also have meaning behind them – and this is what owner Oniatta Effendi showcases with every collection she releases. Whether it is a Merdeka jacket with parang (blade) prints which symbolises victory and power or a men’s shirt with the Garuda (a mythical bird) print which represents masculinity, it’s a joy to learn the stories being the garment you’re wearing.

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  • Shopping
  • Home decor
  • Tiong Bahru

If you have big hopes and dreams for your living spaces and constantly scour interior design magazine pages for inspo, it's time to get out there and start shopping. Lucky for you the collection at Affordable Style Files is pretty extensive and huge – whether you're looking for a beautiful rug to fill up the space or shopping for blinds in the dining room. Everything in the store is curated and picked by Australian stylist Hong Henwood. It's quite clear that she has impeccable tastes because you'll soon notice that you want to buy everything in the store 

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  • Fashion
  • Rochor

If you want a piece that is truly yours, get a contemporary cheongsam made at the hip Studio HHFZ at Katong's creative co-making hub, MOX. You start with a consultation with dressmaker, Ruixian Hu, and the magic begins to happen. From her portfolio, you'll see traditional designs made fresh and elegant again – sometimes with a modern twist. Details like the mother-of-pearl buttons, tweed fabric cheongsam and extra pockets make the creations stand out. In true bespoke fashion, Ruixian not only makes cheongsam but other outfits as well. The key to a good cheongsam is the fit so getting one done just for you is a must. No two pieces at Studio HHFZ are the same – bring your own fabric (or shop for the perfect one with the dressmaker herself), customise your own buttons, add some pockets, fluttery sleeves – you can also choose to make it a jumpsuit if you prefer pants. 

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  • Shopping
  • Home decor
  • Tanglin

Tucked away in the lush Dempsey Hill neighbourhood is Bungalow 55, a home interiors and accessories store that specialises in the 'tropical bungalow' look. All items in the store are specially curated and sources from around the globe by the owner Nina Beale herself. Browse through the beautiful collection of lamps, hand-painted prints, pendant lighting, rugs, armchairs, small furniture pieces and decorative accessories to make your space feel like home. On top of that, Nina also gives consultation services if you need some hand with styling your dream home, as well as help with custom upholstery, cabinets, wardrobes, furniture & kitchens.

Loop Garms
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  • Vintage shops
  • Rochor

It all started as a hobby of collecting vintage memorabilia when a trip to Japan inspired two youths, FJ Sai and Isaac Ang to open a physical store in Singapore. Experience a blast from the past as you peruse its curated collection of ’80s and ’90s apparel like plaid shirts (and pants), graphic tees and sports jackets from your favourite sports brands like Nike, Adidas, Fila and more. Prices start from $15 for caps and t-shirts – also look out for special edition threads available in-store.

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  • Orchard

Loosely translated from Chinese to “the convenience store”, this shop in Far East Plaza stocks almost everything. Except for snacks. Here’s where to go for cool streetwear with a hint of nostalgia in Orchard. There are graphic tees, canvas jackets, bowling shirts, pieces with horseshoe prints and more. Browse around and you might even find retro gadgets, old-school trinkets and vinyl records. So why would you ever go to another high-street fashion chain again?

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  • City Hall

In a world of fast fashion and following trends, avant-garde and edgy boutique Super Freak is a definite stand out with its range of clothing, shoes and accessories that is unusual and bold. The store and its collection is a celebration of everything maximalist – there are platform shoes with a rainbow unicorn horn as the heel, the pair of Gangsta socks that Beyonce donned in her Pretty Hurts music video, retro-coloured windbreakers and more eye-catching things. On top of the repertoire of cult brands and local designers, Super Freak also has a corner for pre-loved clothes. Let your freak flag fly high.

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  • Fashion
  • Bukit Timah

Who says everyday wear has to be dull and boring? Think whimsical prints and bold colours that are not over the top. The sophisticated but unique pieces from Our Second Nature inject a little more fun in your daily wardrobe. Shop wide-leg pants, breezy blouses, kimonos, midi dresses and more from the collection. The prints are one-of-a-kind too – the brand works closely with artists to produce art that will set the tone for the collection. If looking artsy, fashionable and effortless at the same time is something you seek, drop by the cafe and boutique at Holland Village. 

Perk by Kate
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  • Lingerie and swimwear
  • Tanjong Pagar

Local lingerie brand Perk by Kate is known for her dreamy and feminine bralettes that are beautiful but comfortable as well. For the first time, the brand will now actually have a physical studio where customers can drop by to try and check out the collections in-store. The intimates and lingerie are meticulously created and it shows in the quality of the pieces. 

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  • Shopping
  • Vintage shops
  • Geylang

If you think vintage shopping is about second-hand duds and 80s clothes, A Vintage Tale will prove you wrong. This little gem in Joo Chiat stocks genuine vintage threads, some from way back in the '50s. Dig up brands like Gucci, Valentino, Moschino, pick from accessories and clothes and also bring home your collection of treasures at the end of it all. 

SIFR Aromatics
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  • Gifts and souvenirs
  • Rochor

If you’re looking for the latest designer fragrance, you won’t find it at SIFR Aromatics. What you will find are gorgeous, uniquely shaped bottles that house a myriad of scents, all lovingly handmade by owner Johari Kazura. Far from your ordinary, run-of-the-mill perfumery, the shop offers a unique, customised approach where a range of ingredients are presented and used to get the right scent.

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For The Common Goods
  • Shopping
  • Geylang

‘For the common good, and goods for the common folk.’ That’s the mission of this local brand, and we’d gladly dress our home with all its furniture – if our pockets allowed it. You’ll find environmentally sustainable pieces here from small brands and craftsmen from around the world, including Fred and Bobo, Everyday Studio, and VIJ5, with prices starting at $220. We’re particularly taken with Studiohiji’s Net series (from $340). The Jakarta-based design studio incorporates strands of rattan cores into its pieces, and the result’s a series of lightweight furniture that’s built to last and sustains the rattan industry.

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  • Kallang

A Singapore institution, Mustafa is open round the clock, offering 75,000sq ft of bargains, not to 
mention a hotel, café and supermarket.  It’s a treasure trove of discount shopping, carrying everything from skincare and electronics to sportswear and luggage. Sumptuous sari fabrics can be found in basement 1, and beauty products and appliances at ground level.   Mustafa Centre was included in our recent One Night Stand feature.

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  • Shopping
  • Boutiques
  • City Hall

Dim lighting and a crowded display space lend this independent retail shop a cosy feel. Cat Socrates carries a variety of knick-knacks such as terrariums (and planters for making your own), tote bags, clothes, homeware, fabric, books by homegrown writers, postcards, Singapore-themed products like local music albums, and, of course, a section of cat-related merchandise. Bonus points if you manage to lure resident cat Chestnut out from his favourite spot under a red table. Cat Socrates’ second branch, in Katong, also has a store kitty: Zoo-Zoo.

Nana & Bird
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  • Tiong Bahru

Stepping up to the door, Nana & Bird gives off that rare hole-in-the-wall charm. Iron bars still protect the windows and the original tiled floor is intact. Beaded necklaces, feather earrings, tote bags and polka-dot blouses, as well as local labels Aijek and Yumumu, are all on display. The fashion-loving duo behind the humble shop also encourages people to sit down for a cuppa to discuss fashion.

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Supermama
  • Shopping
  • Boutiques
  • Rochor

This minimalist husband-and-wife co-owned souvenier shop is the perfect place to pick up thoughtful, one-of-a-kind gifts for that special someone (or yourself).Think asymmetrical bowls, dimpled cups and painstakingly handpainted plates inspired by modern Singapore culture. Because most items are available in limited quantities, your best bet’s to pop in and find out what’s in stock.

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  • Shopping
  • Bags and luggage
  • Orchard

This cutting-edge, multi-label store is filled with quirky, eclectic items from labels like Freitag, Boy London, Fjallraven Kanken and Lazy Oaf, offering everything from apparel and shoes to bags and accessories.

 

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  • Kallang

Take a step back in time and learn craftsmanship the old-fashioned way: with your hands. With The General Co’s range of workshops, learn how to build terrariums, craft leather accessories, arrange bouquets and more. There’s also a retail space where you can pick up local design goodies, be they skateboard decks, quirky charms or handprinted tote bags.

The Prestigious
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  • Tailors
  • Raffles Place

As its name suggests, The Prestigious is a well-known bespoke tailor often consulted by the well-heeled and well-dressed community. All commissions suits are crafted in-house in the atelier by a team of 7 tailors and apprentices, mentored and personally supervised by master tailor Thomas Wong, a veteran who has over five decades of experience in the industry. There's no outsourcing and no secret factory here – The Prestigious is one of the only places in Singapore where the pieces don't leave the premises except in the client's hands (or body). To up the Savile Row experience, a personal tailor is assigned to each patron who is tasked to measure, fit, draft, cut and construct the pieces. 

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The Bespoke Club
  • Shopping
  • Raffles Place

The Bespoke Club, a local start-up that caters to the business wardrobes of men and women, finds its flagship home in an elegant space at Suntec City. Furnished with warm wood interiors, plush leather couches, and neat rows of ready-made accessories such as bow ties, pocket squares, cufflinks and lapel pins, the shop offers professional style consultants to stitch up your bespoke creation. Choose from fabrics in various shades, patterns and textures to craft your one-of-a-kind suit, shirt or shoes. It’s all about the perfect fit here. 

Q Menswear
  • Shopping
  • Tanjong Pagar

Get your bespoke menswear at Q Menswear, which provides both ready-to-wear and tailoring services to create that perfectly fitted suit. The local outfit also stocks a slew of accessories such as lapel pins, pocket squares and everything in between so that you can look your spiffiest in the shortest amount of time.

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Tuckshop and Sundry Supplies
  • Shopping
  • Rochor

Tuckshop and Sundry Supplies offers the discerning Singaporean man a wide selection of apparel, footwear, leather goods, accessories and various other gentlemanly requirements, including shoe oil and hair products. Brands featured include Iron Heart from Japan, Rising Sun from the US, China’s Red Cloud and even its very own local OBBI Good Label, which specialises in handcrafted leather wallets, belts and pouches.

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  • Tiong Bahru

It’s smack in the middle of Tiong Bahru, so you know the kind of Hipster 101 albums this hole-in-the-wall stocks. Still, you’ll be able to pick out a few good finds – albeit at ludicrously high prices – like a rare first-press of Nirvana’s In Utero.

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Littered with Books
  • Shopping
  • Bookshops
  • Tanjong Pagar

Browsing books promises to be a fun affair in this charming two-storey shophouse-turned-bookshop. The indie bookstore carries titles across all genres that range from specially selected literary, non-fiction, travel narratives, and award-winning children's books. Additionally, the books on sale – ranging from bestsellers and literary classics to children's titles – are actually quite affordable, or at least cheaper than you'd expect from other bookstores.  

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  • Bookshops
  • City Hall

Basheer Graphic Books is no stranger amongst the art types in Bras Basah. A regular haunt for graphic designers and illustrators, the bookstore stocks the best and latest in disciplines that range from graphics and architecture to fashion and animation. There are also regular discounts offered on specialised magazines and publications. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Leave your name, number and the desired title(s), and you’ll be notified once it arrives.

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Space Furniture
  • Shopping
  • Rochor

The store houses over 30 luxury lifestyle brands in its massive showroom. Reliable favourites – such as B&B Italia and Vitra – sit alongside yet more options, each set in home interior environments to show off Space’s extensive selection. We like the unfussy pieces from SP01’s Outdoor Collection ($400-$6,035), dreamt up by Australian designer Tom Fereday. They aren’t all looks, either: built (in Italy, no less) to withstand prolonged exposure to sunlight and sea spray, these’ll hold up just as well on your balcony or patio.

Noden
  • Shopping
  • Tanglin

You’d be hard-pressed to find more good-looking furniture than at Noden. The independent store sources for mid-century and Scandinavian design pieces from the ’40s to ’70s, meaning you’re guaranteed a one-of-a-kind classic that could, for all you know, become a family heirloom down the line. Expect furniture not unlike the refinished Danish Bureau ($2,190) – the ’60s teak piece from Denmark comes complete with tambour sliding doors, drawers and a pull-out desk, plus sculpted teak handles. And stock’s replenished every two to three months, too, with prices starting from $200 – although that depends on factors like the condition, designer, year, maker and rarity of your chosen piece.

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  • Toa Payoh

With attitudes loosening around lounging around on second-hand furniture, stores like Hock Siong and Co are suddenly top-of-mind to score home goods at a steal. (No one at the sprawling Tai Seng store is actually named Hock Siong – the name was coined by the company’s old-school towkay.) The goods – tightly and neatly packed into three units – cover a wide range of styles, from vintage rosewood to mid-century to the downright opulent. The products are hand-me-downs from hotels and show flats, furniture shops that have closed down, and the occasional beautifully appointed home. Oh, and make sure to bargain – the staff will happily knock down prices. Talk about retail therapy. 

Wandewoo
  • Shopping
  • Boutiques
  • City Hall

No home is complete without an art piece or two and that’s where Wandewoo comes in. The brainchild of Singaporean space stylist Sonny Boey and his two siblings, this home and lifestyle accessories store stocks one-of-a-kind items made by talented designers from around the world.

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Egg3
  • Shopping
  • Designer
  • Orchard

The simple, IKEA-esque homeware with a quirky twist on display in this hip concept store stands out – and it’s all made by local talent.

Monument Lifestyle
  • Shopping
  • Tanjong Pagar

This store on the Duxton block recreates Los Angeles’ beachy vibe in its shop that’s part retail and part café. On its retail front, you’ll find American menswear labels such as Katin and Alex Mill that have yet to make its way into the mainstream Singapore market. When you’re done browsing, grab a cup of speciality coffee or nosh on artisanal bread at the café.

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