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According to well-traveled insiders, shopping is Singapore's raison d'être. This city-state has a fascinating history and an interesting mix of culturesChinese, Malaysian, Indian, European; it presently is also in the enviable position of being the world's fifth-wealthiest country. It's also one of the most expensive cities, so don't expect the bargaining free-for-all you find in Bangkok or Kuala Lumpur. Orchard Road is the most famous shopping street, while Clarke Quay is a trendy riverfront area that's great to visit at night as well. Little India offers more of the chaotic, bazaar-style experience; within it, don't miss the spice/fragrance area on Serangoon Road. After a day of shopping, well-heeled travelers head to Long Bar in Raffles Singapore, the legendary hotel where the Singapore Sling was invented many years ago.
Photo Credit: Market stall in Little India, Singapore (Singapore Tourism Board)
10 Scotts Road
442 Orchard Road
At the western edge of the Bukit Panjang Nature Reserve, on the Seletar Reservoir
80 Mandai Lake Rd
South of Singapore