On a budget? Shop affordable sports gear, furniture, groceries, and discounted designer bags, shoes and accessories at these outlet malls in Singapore
What if we told you that you have access to year-round steals and deals? And nope, we’re not just talking about The Great Singapore Sale. For times when your favourite mall fails to deliver a bargain shopping experience, you head to the city’s best kept secret: outlet malls. With deep discounts on luxury labels, high-street brands, sportswear and furnishings, these destinations offer stellar bargains galore. Trust us, your purse strings will thank you.
IMM – Nike, Club 21, Cole Haan, Triumph, Nine West, Furla, Timberland, etc.
Key stores: If you have a long wish list or are unsure of what you’re looking for, Singapore’s largest outlet mall is your best bet. Expect up to 70% off athletic wear from Nike, last season’s signature decor accents at major discounts from Commune and Picket & Rail, half-priced footwear from Cole Haan and more.
Don’t miss: The discounted luxe finds that you won’t get elsewhere. Designer junkies can take their pick from labels like agnes b, Furla and the mother of all multi-label high-end brands: Club 21.
Pit stop: Owing to its sheer size, IMM houses a pretty impressive basement of food stalls and restaurants like all-star seafood resto Long Beach and Bali Thai: a bizarre but delicious combination of two of our favourite Southeast Asian cuisines.
IMM, 2 Jurong East Street 21, Singapore 609601, p. 6665 8288
Changi City Point – Hush Puppies, Puma, Adidas, Samsonite, Lacoste, etc.
Key stores: East-siders are in for massively discounted treats at Changi City Point. You’ll find signature Lacoste Polos, Puma sneakers from past seasons, and workwear picks from G2000.
Don’t miss: Discounted travel essentials from Samsonite, American Tourister and Universal Traveller – get your hands on a sturdy backpack or snag a stylish wardrobe update before your next trip!
Pit stop: Make a day of it by rewarding yourself with a fancy dinner and a tipple or two at Wine Connection or Table Manners.
Changi City Point, 5 Changi Business Park Central 1, Singapore 486038
Anchorpoint – Billabong, Charles and Keith, Pedro
Key stores: With a more compact offering of outlet shops, Anchorpoint tends to be less crowded than the bigger outlet malls, which is good news because you can shop without the queues!
Don’t miss: Stylish shoes from Charles and Keith and Pedro for work, prom, or just about any occasion. A new addition to the shoe cabinet is always welcome, right?
Pit stop: Tuck into Ramen or Tonkatsu at Ma Maison, or tuck into Korean grilled meats at Bukang Korean BBQ.
Anchorpoint, 370 Alexandra Road, Singapore 159953
Velocity – Adidas
Key stores: Singapore’s only dedicated sports mall is a fitness fanatic’s dream, thanks to its extensive range of sports shops as well as sports facilities and large screens for screenings of matches. Adidas may be the only factory store there, but there are many more sportswear brands under the same roof, including Reebok Fit Hub and New Balance.
Don’t miss: Amazing steals from the Sports Performance and Sports Styles brands under Adidas.
Pit stop: Quench your thirst with a refreshing fruit shake from Boost Juice Bar or muscle in on much-needed nutrition and protein over at SaladStop!
Velocity @ Novena Square, 238 Thomson Road, Singapore 307683
Bonus: Johor Premium Outlets – Aigner, Coach, Levi’s, Polo Ralph Lauren, Salvatore Ferragamo, Tumi, etc.
Key stores: Nowhere in Singapore will you find such a massive and dizzying variety of luxury label and high-street brand outlet stores. The Johor Premium Outlets is chock-full of high street brands and luxury labels minus the huge price tags!
Don’t miss: Leather arm candy from Aigner, ‘it’ accessories from Michael Kors and killer heels from Salvatore Ferragamo.
Pit stop: Chill out over coffee at Dome Cafe, snack on sweet treats at Baskin-Robbins, or feast out over flavour-packed Thai fare at Thailicious.
Johor Premium Outlets, Jalan Premium Outlets Indahpura, 81000 Kulai, Johor, Malaysia
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