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Shopping in Singapore
Shopping in Singapore is one of the main national attractions. In the city of Singapore alone, there are more than 70 shopping centers, in addition, there are many ethnic communities that offer their goods in special shops and on-street markets. In Singapore, there is no cheap Asian shopping, as in Thailand or China, but here, among the first, there are technical innovations and many young designers who produce very original clothes and jewelry.
Shopping mall The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands is one of the most famous shopping malls in Singapore including world-famous brands such as Chanel, Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, Miu Miu, Sephora, Cartier, Prada, Ralph Lauren, BVLGARI, Franck Muller, Chopard, Jaeger-LeCoultre, OMEGA, Patek Philippe, ROLEX, Gucci, Hermès, Empès Armani, Chopard, REDValentino, Dunhill, Vertu, Salvatore Ferragamo, Montblanc, Blancpain.
In a Far East shopping mall is a large selection of fashionable clothes, including from local designers. In addition, here are one of the best jewelry houses in the city, House of Hung, where you can buy the highest quality diamonds, and the Kwok porcelain gallery, where you can buy rare china, antique ivory carvings, and unusual jade sculptures.
Very high-quality batik has long been sold in Singapore. In the old days, only silk fabrics were painted using this technique, but today cotton and bamboo are used. You can buy batik in street markets and in some quarters, for example, on Haji Lane Street - there are a lot of colorful Asian and ethnic, sometimes on the verge of kitsch, especially when it comes to clothing and jewelry.
Singapore is famous for its golden orchids and purple gold. The first is produced by the jewelry company Risis: fresh flowers of orchids are treated with a special solution with copper, which helps maintain the shape of the flower, and then covered with 24-carat gold.