Shopping is second just to eating as a national interest, which implies that Singapore has a wealth of shopping centers, and low duties and taxes on imports combined with immense volume imply that costs are normally exceptionally focused. While you won't discover any bazaars with very economical nearby crafted works (truth be told, for all intents and purposes everything sold in Singapore is made somewhere else), merchandise are for the most part of sensibly great quality and retailers are by and large very genuine because of solid customer security laws. Most shops are open 7 days, albeit littler operations (especially those outside shopping centers) close prior — and maybe on Sundays too. Mustafa in Little India is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Watch out for the Great Singapore Sale, normally held in June-July, when strip malls haul out all stops to draw in punters. Many shops along Orchard Road and Scotts Road now offer late night shopping on the last Friday of consistently with more than 250 retailers remaining open till midnight.