December 30, 2018




Home to many of fashion's biggest names such as Prada, Dolce & Gabbana and Versace, it's little wonder this beautiful city is full of glamorous locals and shops that cater to them.
One of the most beautiful (if expensive) shopping experiences can be found at Quadrilatero della Moda or Quadrilatero d'Oro ('rectangle of gold'), which many fashion insiders consider is the world's most important fashion district.
The interwoven pedestrian streets are lined with jewelers, boutiques and lifestyle showrooms that make for great window shopping.
While the boutiques cater to the alligator-bag-and-black-card-toting crowd, luckily for bargain shoppers, yesterday's styles are tossed aside so fast, outlets and sales racks are always full.
Il Salvagente ("the lifesaver"), Milan's best known and longest established outlet, has three floors of goods discounted up to 60%, all organised by size and color.
No one back home needs to know it was bought at an outlet mall, Milan fashions are always months ahead of the trends elsewhere.


Bangkok may be best known for its busy markets, which sell everything from Thai silks to fragrant flowers and exotic pets however with massive large shopping mall plazas like Siam paragon, Siam Centre, Centre world and Asiatique, Bangkok's Riverfront open air mall, bangkok shopping is heaven for many travellers.
Shopping in Bangkok is an experience to thrill and delight the most discerning of shoppers - whatever it is you're looking for. From the gleaming chrome and towering size of modern, air-conditioned malls, to the hustle and bustle of its famously buzzing street markets, Bangkok has all kinds of places to blow your baht. With everything from antiquities and the latest pair of trainers to designer jewellery available, Bangkok has an equally exhaustive, and potentially exhausting, variety of things to buy.


Travellers in Los Angeles can find high-end designers on Rodeo Drive, decidedly hip boutiques in Silverlake, treasure-filled thrift stores in the Valley, and everything in between. From world-renowned fashion houses to one-of-a-kind local boutiques, Beverly Hills offers a shoppers’ paradise located within a compact, easily walkable area known as the Golden Triangle. Experience world-famous Rodeo Drive where you'll find Prada, Gucci, Valentino, Armani, Dior and Cartier. Discover the crown jewel in the heart of Beverly Hills, Two Rodeo Drive, with quaint cobblestone walkways leading you to the likes of Versace, Lanvin, Jimmy Choo and Tiffany. Blocks east of Rodeo, shop Beverly and Cañon Drives with local boutiques, unique luxury shops, fantastic Beverly Hills restaurants and open-air cafés. Anchoring the southern border of the Golden Triangle is Department Store Row, home to the titans of luxury retailing, including Neiman-Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue and Barneys New York. While Rodeo Drive might get all the fame, the truth is, there are so many other amazing streets in Beverly Hills! Just below Wilshire Boulevard and a few blocks east of Rodeo Drive is the charming and vibrant South Beverly Drive. With an almost small-town feel, this eclectic street has both fine dining options and low-key eateries, high-end boutiques and affordable shops. South Beverly Drive is an essential stop for those wanting to discover another side of Beverly Hills.


The New York City shopping scene is a garden of earthly consumerist delights. Anything can be bought or sold here at any time of the day (or night). You just have to know where to look. Nearly every national chain is anchored somewhere in the five boroughs (and in many cases in multiple locations), but even better are the independent and boutique shops, the chainlettes, the hard-to-classify shops that you can only find in New York City. Sure, Midtown is crammed with big boxy departments stores – Macy's is on W. 34th St. and Bloomingdale's is on the corner of E. 59th Street and Lexington Avenue. But also take a stroll down a Lower East Side or East Village side street and you may discover something you'd never find back home, from out-of-print cookbooks in quintessential bookstores, and child-sized retro chairs at nostalgic toy shops, to epicurean feasts at buzzing food markets. New York destination expert David Farley shares his pick of the best.



From the Tsukiji Fish Market and Ginza high- end designer labels district, shopping in Tokyo is as diverse as the architecture. You can find many things to buy in Japan including delicious Matcha snacks, Japanese beauty products, inexpensive fashion items and traditional handicrafts.

Everything you need and want is in this city. The best of Japan and the world can be found here: from traditional goods to luxury brands, essentials to quirky novelty items, limited editions to mass market goods. The categories and choices are endless, and between your shopping legs and Tokyo’s innumerable shops, it’s most likely you who’s going to give out first. Shop until you drop: The challenge to any shopper in Tokyo is to know where to find what you want. Or at the very least, have an idea of it. This is especially true for tourists who are only spending a few days in the city. Good thing, the major shopping districts are sightseeing destinations as well. Tokyo has many shopping attractions in their popular tourist areas such as in Shibuya, Harajuka, Ginza, Omotesando, Nihonbashi, Roppongi, Odaiba and Akihabara.    



The metropolis is home to the biggest mall in the world (1,200 stores spread across four stories!).

For many visitors to Dubai, the main reason to visit the city is to shop, and shopping is arguably a favourite occupation of its inhabitants; partly because the shopping is so good, and partly because, in a country where the weather is sweltering most of the year, air-conditioned shopping malls have become – like traditional town squares – a wonderful place to socialise. In recent years, the city has embraced open-air, boulevard-style shopping at places such as The Beach at JBR, and BoxPark and CityWalk in Jumeirah. These pedestrianised districts are home to cool boutiques, casual eateries, cinemas and family-friendly entertainment such as the Green Planet biodome. You can also stroll between Dubai’s souqs in Bur Dubai and Deira, and take an abra from one side of the creek to the other, making souq (markets) shopping a lot more fun.  



There’s so much more to Singapore than street food. In the know travellers have discovered the cities incredible local designers and funky boutiques.

Shopping in Singapore is one of the best experiences to have in the country, and there is no denying that. Known for being a shopping haven, Singapore boasts myriad malls and a burgeoning scene of local designers. Revitalise your wardrobe with some stylish new pieces—whether you’re looking for luxury threads or unconventional fashion pieces, you’re sure to find what you’re in search of. Being one of the world’s best destinations for buying almost everything at great prices, the country is a true paradise for every Shopaholic. And you’re absolutely in luck if you’re one! The iconic shopping haven of Orchard road's iconic mall, ION Orchard, is where  you can shop contemporary fashion brands such as Zara, TopShop, Mango, Ted Barker and Armani Exchange.
If home-grown Singaporean brands are what you’re looking for, make your way to TANGS at Tang Plaza, a department store which carries apparel and accessories from local designers, such as Benjamin Barker (which stocks menswear for the discerning gent) and Elohim, a fashion label by award winning local designer Sabrina Goh.  



Find some eclectic, hard to find accessories. For souvenirs, consider Stanley market and ladies market. Tai Yuen Street, Hong Kong Island: It is famous for its inexpensive toys. This is a paradise for kids. Apliu Street, Kowloon: It is known for bargains on a wide variety of new and used gadgets, electronic appliances, and computer products. Jade Market: It is crowded with stalls selling jade items. he best place to go shopping in Hong Kong. Just about every square inch of Causeway Bay is covered in malls, shops and neon advertising signs. ... You'll also find SOGO, Hong Kong's biggest and best department store, and the Times Square shopping mall, one of the largest in the city.



The world of timeless Parisian fashion, Champs-Elysées. Avenue Montaigne, a side street of the world famous Champs-Elysées Avenue, is one of Paris's very luxurious shopping street well known for the most famous luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel & Givenchy.

Running through the elegant 7th arrondissement, the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés and into the lively Latin Quarter, Boulevard Saint Germain is a street shoppers won’t want to miss in Paris. Starting at the Seine River in the 7th, this pretty street is lined with trees and beautiful Parisian buildings. It’s a great spot for home décor shops, fashion boutiques and gourmet food shops. As you reach the intersection with Rue du Bac and Boulevard Raspail, you’ll enter a fabulous shopping neighborhood. Follow Boulevard Raspail down to Rue de Rennes, and along the way you’ll find many interesting stores, including Genevieve Lethu for dishes, tablecloths and so on (95 Rue de Rennes). Plastiques (103 Rue de Rennes) is great for home gift ideas, including cool cheese trays, salad bowls out of clear plastic with Provencal flowers inside and so on.

Enjoy exploring the neighbourhood and streets leading to Bon Marché, the Left Bank’s fabulous department store (See Department Stores section below for more details). Nearby, gourmands will want to visit Le Grande Épicerie at Bon Marché where you can find everything for a gourmet meal at your Paris Perfect apartment or a great selection of food items to take home as souvenirs or gifts.

Follow Rue d'Assas and the streets leading by the Luxembourg Gardens and deeper into the Latin Quarter for fun shopping finds. Le Mouton à Cinq Pattes(The Sheep with Five Legs) has several stores on Rue St. Placide — to the left as you face the Bon Marché and the second block on the left. If you can stand it, try the buy-out stores and designers' stock overage stores — a lot of junk but you might find some bargains. More bargain stores, especially DPAM for children, are further down.

For a classic Paris shopping experience, follow Boulevard Saint Germain into the 6th arrondissement and enjoy the famous literary cafés—Les Deux Magots, Café de Flore and Brasserie Lipp— and high-end shopping around Saint-Germain des Prés. You’ll find some of fashion’s top names here, which is a delightful mix of luxury shopping blended with the artistic and literary roots of the . Continue down Boulevard Saint Germain right into the heart of the Latin Quarter where you’ll find bookshops, unique fashion shops and a more avant-garde younger style.


10.) LONDON, UK 


London tastemakers know the vintage markets on Portobello Road and the artisanal vendors at Maltby Street Market are some of the best in the city.

Big Ben, River Thames, and Tower Bridge are certainly some of the best attractions in London. But, they aren’t the only reason that makes the city so famous. The chic culture and the ultimate London shopping experience is also what makes it so extraordinary amongst all the places on the map. The city has innumerable streets that have countless luxury brands, and is filled with eye candies for Shopaholics. While shopping here may not be so cheap, it is definitely an experience worth having if you wish to glam up your wardrobe or home! So, the next time you take a trip to England, make sure you check out the best shops in London for fulfilling your wish! Oxford street, Bond street, Regent & Jermyn street, Knightsbridge, Notting Hill, The King's Road, Carnaby street, Savile Row. Shopping in London is truly an impeccable experience to have and once your out there on it's famous streets, even you wouldn't be able to resist yourself from splurging your heart out!



South Korea has a major serious shopping addiction so serious that in 2011, South korea recorded more credit card transactions per person than any other country in the world.
There are a range of bursting shops in its capital city of Seoul such as luxury studded department stores to towering all nighter shopping malls. Beautiful crafted streets are lined up with trendy street carts reflecting the ever- changing hottest item of the moment.
Seoul a city of a mixture of old and new, spend your time shopping at the Seoul Folk Flea Market, Namdaemum Market and Gyeongdong Market.
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