Centrepoint is home to Robinson’s department store, which first opened in Singapore in 1858.
Centrepoint is a very popular shopping destination in
Orchard Road Singapore with the local shoppers and visitors from abroad.
Since the reopening in 1983, in
Orchard Road Singapore, Centrepoint has anchor tenants which include the legendary Robinsons & Co., Cold Storage and Marks & Spencer. Here, you will find about 150 other shops, plus fast food outlets and a Times bookstore.
Searching for a good place to look for classical musical instruments in
Orchard Road Singapore? Centrepoint has stores which specialises in classical musical instruments. So worry not, for your choice in classical musical instruments.
Centrepoint has six storeys and two basements, which on the first basement to the fifth floor are retail and food and beverage outlets, the sixth floor, a carpark and education centres.
Centrepoint also has stores specialising in casual clothing, optical equipment, electronics, furnishings, sporting goods, Asian antiques and artifacts, books and much more.
Once you’ve walked on a hand knotted Nain in your bare feet, trailed your fingers along the pile of antique Heriz, or admired the sensuous colours of a Tabiz, you will never look at broadloom again with the same forbearance. If luxury carpets or rugs seems too expensive for your pocketbook. Singapore prices will surprise you here in Centrepoint.
This is a place to really explore. You could get an eyeful of some local furnishings in antique Indonesian, Chinese, and Peranakan styles. Some have large furniture pieces, from carved teak Indonesian style reproduction furniture to authentic pieces from mainland China.
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