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Retail therapy is great. Been doing more online shopping where you can often get better prices, but it’s nice to get out of the house to a quiet mall and just browse. It’s relaxing to just gaze at pretty things. … Continue reading
Capitol Theatre after the renovation now has a fancy name, Capitol Piazza, and it’s filled with fancy shops. I can’t even recall what the old place looks like even though I’ve been there countless number of times for movies. A … Continue reading
You can get colours that you normally can’t find at other stores. But the place is super crammed and it’s hard to try on a pair of shoes. I also would feel obligated to buy, so I’d rather go to … Continue reading
It’s fun to look at trinkets that tourists might buy. I thought that the souvenirs sold at the Chinatown tourist office (next to the Chinatown Complex/Market/hawker centre) were pretty neat.
I do like this new mall which is near the Hillview estate in Upper Bukit Timah, as it’s spacious, isolated (not near an MRT which means less chance of crowds) and more a food place than a shopping place which … Continue reading
Komtar is open in Johor Bahru (JB). This new mall has many of the upmarket stores that Singapore has in Orchard Road. But I find the prices here higher and the selection smaller. I wish we had a sit down … Continue reading
Fab India is at Paragon and Vivo City (pictured here) and I find it has a lovely selection of kurtas and Indian style blouses that cost much less than British India.
I found the huge art installation out front eye catching but very weird looking. Just like at Changi Airport, the mall has a bouncy castle for Christmas.
Tanglin Mall is another place that looks charming at Christmas. I saw kids lining up to take a photo to Santa as well.