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By: kimberly on 24 May 2012
There's something for everyone when it comes to shopping in Singapore. Regardless of your age, budget or interest, there is always something unique to offer in our various shopping malls, boutique shop houses, flea markets and bazaars.

If its branded items you're looking for, check out Marina Bay Sands, ION Orchard, Knightsbridge, Paragon, Ngee Ann City and Mandarin Gallery's wide spread of top designer brands, be it British India, Guess, Hugo Boss or Ted Baker. If you spend a minimum of S$100 at a participating retail shop on a single day, you would qualify for the Tourist Refund Scheme, where up to 3 receipts on same day purchases from the same retailer can be compiled to meet the minimum requirement. These claims enable tourists to attain a 7% return on Goods and Services Tax (GST) charged on purchased items.

Bugis Village is also a popular hit with the younger crowd. With fashion clothes taking after Korean and Japanese styles as well as the latest in trends, the prices are affordable and varies from S$20 to S$40 per piece.

Fans of indie fashion would love the local designer boutiques scattered along Arab Street. Those in search of Singaporean ethnic clothes will find lovely sari pieces, sarong kebayas, baju kurung and cheongsums around areas such as Kampong Glam, Little India and Chinatown.

Indulge in some retail therapy and invest in a whole new wardrobe.

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