Sentosa Island Singapore for Shopping

Singapore’s Harbour front and Sentosa island (just across the water) both present some fantastic shopping opportunities. Although most visitors head straight for Orchard Road for their retail fix, this waterfront area has plenty of shopping options to mix in with the area’s other main attractions, such as Sentosa’s beaches or the ever-popular Resorts World Sentosa as well as fine mix of world class restaurants and exciting nightlife.

The public bus transport system in Singapore will easily take you to any of the following places. Booking tickets from https://www.redbus.sg is highly convenient for any of the express buses and you will reach your destination safely in time.

Festive Walk at Resorts World Sentosa
Considering that Resorts World Sentosa dominates Sentosa Island with its numerous attractions, dining options and hotels, it’s no surprise that it has its very own shopping mall too. Festive Walk at Resorts World Sentosa is probably the most comprehensive place to shop on the island, with a long list of high street fashion names mixed in with some less heard of local stores. The mall is also home to Asia’s first ever Chihuly Gallery (specialising in fancy glass sculptures) alongside the world’s first Michael Graves Gallery (fine home decor). Girls will love the exclusive Victoria’s Secret outlet and there are plenty of other shops, restaurants and bars throughout the spacious and modern shopping complex for all tastes and budgets.

Harbour Front Centre
With three levels of retail podium offering a wide array of fashion, food and beverage, electronic goods, sporting equipment and more, the Harbour Front Centre is well patronized by office workers and tourists visiting Sentosa. Shoppers can visit retail shops such as Esprit, Aldo, ERO Lingerie, Lee Hwa Jewellery and Singapore’s largest electrical and electronic lifestyle store, BIG by Safe.

Vivo City
Singapore is renowned for having some of the best shopping malls in Asia and they don’t come any bigger or brighter than VivoCity. Situated on the Harbour Front and billed as a shopping, entertainment and lifestyle destination rolled into one, VivoCity is home to Singapore’s largest cinema, biggest toy store, an amphitheater and wade pool.

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