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At what's basically the Singapore version of Victoria's Secret, you'll find bathing suits, sleepwear, lingerie, and intimate apparel from familiar international brands like DKNY and Maidenform.

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  • Address: 4 Tampines Central 5, Greater Singapore, Singapore, 529510 | Map It
  • Phone: 6781–0190
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  • Location: Orchard
Updated: 02-05-2014

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    Singapore, regarded as a shopper’s paradise, is one of the sought after tourist destinations for travelers across the globe. The charm and beauty of the place coupled with the various shopping centers and tourist spots makes Singapore one of the well-liked tourist destinations among the travelers as well as the shopaholics. In Singapore, Orchard Road is a one-stop destination for the shopaholics in Singapore. The numerous shops at Orchard Road will give you a real shopping experience. During the 1970s, several entertainment complexes started flourishing in Orchard Road, slowly transforming the place into a popular shopping destination. Today, it has become one of the popular shopping belts in Singapore.

    Orchard Road is bustling with pedestrian malls which include some of Singapore’s largest shopping centers as well as numerous underground malls. The shopping centers include The Forum Shopping mall, Wheelock Place, Lucky Plaza, Ngee Ann City Wisma Atria and Plaza Singapura, to name a few. Everything you are looking for, ranging from trendy apparels and funky jewelries to electronic gadgets, are available here. What’s more? You can also enjoy dining at several restaurants, cafes, coffee chains and hotels. So just not wait and visit this place to have a blissful shopping experience.

    by rohanarora536, 9/29/09

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