The Top 5 Shopping Destinations in Asia


Ginza district is eight blocks of upscale department stores, amazing window displays and luxury retailers. This collections has earned it worldwide recognition as one of the most luxurious shopping districts to be found. Other notable shopping areas include Harajuku, Tokyo Solamachi and Odaiba.


Fast becoming the shopper’s mecca, Singapore has a unique shopping system in that all of their malls are interconnected by way of an underground train. The must visit area is Orchard Road as it has all of the best fashion. Beyond this, stop by Clarke Quay, Suntec City Mall and Bugis Village.

Hong Kong

Chinese haute couture is located in three distinct buildings known as the Admirality, Central and SoHo. Due to such limited spacing, the expensive stores that make up these skyscrapers take up floors instead of city blocks. For more of a shop-til-you-drop experience, head to Causeway Bay or the eclectic Sheung Wan.


As Singapore’s only rival for the sheer volume of shopping available, Bangkok has something for everyone. Classy tourists will enjoy the luxury of Chidlom-Ploenchit while those that want a wide array of options find everything they need on Sukhumvit Road.


Myeongdong is the epicenter for the best shopping Korea has to offer. Including Nike, Zara, UNIQLO and H&M, only the biggest names set up shop here. For a more domestic feel, Dongdaemun Market is the place, but if you’re looking for tailored outfits, head to Itaewon.

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