If you are mad about bargains rest assured that Far East Plaza is the place for best bargains. Far East Plaza boasts with six storeys of more than 800 stores and eateries is popular among the young and grungy.
At this crowded mall, the bustle of little shops will sell every thing from CDs to punk fashions, luggage to camera equipment, eyewear to souvenirs.
You will find yourself returning to the fun, mixed bag of sorts. Both locals and expatriates love to hang out this bustling shopping mall which sells everything from the most fashionable and outrageous shoes and clothes to precious gems, eyewear and CDs mostly at very best bargains.
Here, you can get your shoe repaired, your suit tailored, your feet massaged, your hair cut and even your body pierced or tattooed. Make sure you check out Level One, which boasts a wide array of street fashion, unique accessories and knick knacks!
On the last floor are lots of Chinese and Thai food outlets serving inexpensive but reasonably food. My personal favourite? Sakura Seafood Restaurant. Here’s an excellent value-for-money restaurant in
Orchard Road Singapore. The décor doesn’t do much, it’s usually crowded, and staffs don’t pamper, but food is reliably good and cheap. My personal favourite meal? Thai tom yam seafood soup that doesn’t skimp on the seafood, and sweet pineapple rice.
The trip to Far East Plaza, that very cheap shopping experience, can be a welcome contrast to the luxury and prices of the city boutiques. Mind yourself here: Most of these shops do not display prices, but rather gauge the price depending on how wealthy the customer appears. If you must shop here, use your shrewdest best bargains power. It may payoff to wear an outfit that’s seen better days.