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Changi City Point Mall: A Haven for Outlet Shoppers in Singapore

One of the things I could never quite get used to here in Singapore are the abundant number of malls in almost every area.  There are tons here!  It's no wonder this city-state is such a popular shopper's haven. 

But I do, however, appreciate a good bargain.  And thank heavens, there are a number of outlet stores here to choose from too.  In fact, one of my favorite malls here actually houses quite a number.

Changi City Point Mall

Changi City Point is a newly opened mall that boasts a landscaped rooftop garden and some interactive art displays aside from the usual retail and food establishments.  And, of course, a number of outlet stores too, the most I've seen here in just one convenient place, thus far.

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Most of these factory outlet stores offer their old season's stock priced anywhere from 10 to 50% off the original price.  Just a little tip:  Although almost all items offered are in good condition, it is still best to look at each and every purchase just to be sure.  Most of these stores have a "no return" policy so it's still best to be safe than sorry.

Nike factory store

Adidas factory outlet

G2000 outlet

Branded outlet store selling Asics, Onitsuka Tiger, Naturalizer, MBT, Ecko Ltd, Zoo York,
Sebago, Cushe and Ergo Lab shoes and appareal

Royal Sporting House outlet

Lacoste outlet

crocs outlet shop

Skechers factory outlet
(Not exactly sure if the sign means that this is their very first factory outlet in the world or their first in Singapore)

Esprit outlet store
(my fave outlet store since I adore their apparel and accesories.  Based on my assessment, their items here
are priced lower than in their Manila stores)

Samsonite outlet store

NOTE: I was never much of a shopper of some of these brands when I was still in the Philippines so I can't exactly verify if the items in these outlet stores are indeed cheaper than those available in PH malls.  I do can attest that their goods are definitely priced lower than those offered at their regular priced stores here.

One of the best things about this mall is it's close proximity to the airport.  In fact, it's just an MRT station away (you get off at the Expo station located in the East West MRT line)!  Perfect for some last minute shopping before catching your flight back home. 

Happy bargain shopping!  J
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Changi City Point Mall
5 Changi Business Park Central 1
Singapore 486038

Planning to visit?  Drop by my "Getting Around Singapore" post (click here) for more details on how to get around the Lion City.

Comments

  1. Will take note of this when I visit Singapore! :)

    www.dekaphobe.com

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  2. Honestly, I am a shopaholic. heheh..
    and thank you cuz this post aloowed me to know a new spot for shopping. ;-)

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  3. DO they have Cotton On and Charles and Keith here? I went to the Anchor Point outlet mall and got good finds there :) THanks for sharing! ;)

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    1. They have both but it's not indicated if they are outlet stores. =)

      I love Ancho Point! We used to live a bus ride away from there before. The basement food court stalls below serves really great food. There's one that sells really tasty pineapple rice. Yum! =)

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  4. Nike Outlet Store. Adidas Outlet Store. Gusto ko jan!

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  5. Lots of mall in Singapore, eh? And I thought that Metro Manila is the place that is too congested with malls. :-P

    We are the same. I don't buy from the brands that show on this blog post. I am, what many people say, as belekoy.

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  6. Oh wow, now drooling at the sight of all these outlet stores! Can't wait to go back to Singapore!

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  7. naku, i hope my wife doesn't read this as we are going to sg this november, ha ha ha. being on a tighty budget, i don't think we can afford those high end stores. plan ko kasi is to buy ref magnets and key chains as pasalubong lang, ha ha ha

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    1. Buy souvenirs in Chinatown! It's cheaper there. =)

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  8. I'm jealous - there aren't very many nice outlets near where I live, or many malls for that matter!

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  9. I missed these outlet stores! I'm interested in Samsonite outlet store! :D

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