Last Updated on 2016-05-19 , 1:37 pm
Singapore is a well-known shopping haven. Shopping centers line the famous street of Orchard Road and Scotts Road, among many others. Nowadays, there is also a shopping center beside most MRT stations. However, not every shopping center suits the taste of each shopper. For example, the layout of several malls can be quite confusing. It can be difficult to find the shop which you want to visit, or you may even end up getting lost in the mall! Here is the list of 5 shopping centers in Singapore with the most confusing layout:
Vivocity is Singapore’s largest shopping center. Besides that, it is located beside Harbourfront Cruise Centre and is also the monorail station for the entry point of Sentosa island. Shoppers and tourists can easily end up lost inside the mall.
This shopping center has 5 towers, inclusive of a convention mall. It has an underground round-about of restaurants, food court and even a Giant hypermarket. Sometimes, at the end of shopping, you will not even have an idea of which tower you are in and how to make your way out of the mall.
An almost 10-storey high shopping mall in Orchard, ION Orchard is divided into high-class shopping and mass shopping. It is easy to get your way confused inside with its random positioning of escalators.
Built on a piece of land with minimal width, Orchard Central has to be built upwards as much as possible. Therefore, shoppers will also have to keep travelling upwards which can rather be confusing.
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
With hotels, convention hall, shopping center and tourist attractions aplenty in vicinity, one can easily get confused and end up lost in the shopping mall atrium or the hotel lobby.
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