Singapore's Champs-Élysees stretches 2.5 kilometres (1.5 miles) long and is said to have the largest concentration of ... More
Singapore's Champs-Élysees stretches 2.5 kilometres (1.5 miles) long and is said to have the largest concentration of shopping malls worldwide. Originally a nutmeg and pepper plantation, Orchard Road today is lined with ritzy malls, swanky eateries and luxury hotels from end to end. The more notable shopping centers include Ngee Ann City, Tangs Department Store, Wisma Atria, The Heeren and Centrepoint. Nevertheless, some old portions of the street have managed to escape the bulldozers, particularly the peranakan shophouses near Emerald Hill, built at the turn of the 20th century.
Most of the country's shopping malls found here... Visit Singapore's biggest bookstore, Kinokuniya, at Takashimaya. For teens clothing/etc, head to Cathay Cineleisure or The Heeren. Shopping: Takashimaya, Paragon, Wisma Atria. Stay away from Orchard Towers unless you're looking for pubs/prostitutes.
Located in a prestigious residential enclave, just within walking distance to Singapores top shopping and entertainment belt of Orchard Road
and only 10 minutes away from the central business district, Pan Pacific Orchard Hotel offers a truly tranquil and ...
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A walk down Joo Chiat Road offers one a glimpse of Singapore in the past, with its old buildings and
traditional trades. Named after wealthy landowner Chew Joo Chiat, it has an interesting mix of colonial villas, Malay bungalows ...