When Lucky Plaza first opened its doors in 1978, it was one of the largest malls in Singapore at that time with five shopping ... More
Lucky Plaza Shopping Centre
When Lucky Plaza first opened its doors in 1978, it was one of the largest malls in Singapore at that time with five shopping levels built on three acres of land. Today, many locals and tourists still come here for bargains on electronic goods, cameras, jewelery, watches, leather goods and luggage. There are also scores of tailors and specialty shops selling antiques, arts and crafts, crockery, porcelain, perfumes and more. On the ground floor are several opticians offering good deals on designer sunglasses. Bargaining is the order of the day if you want to get the best deals.
The old cliche of never juding a book by it's cover applies well to Lucky Plaza. Although oldish in appearance and having survived a long life the plaza never fails to offer the budding shopper a real bargain. It's central location and diversity make it a must see. What I find it famous for is cheap fragances and electronic goods.
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