Guides to Business and Shopping in Singapore

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Here is a "best of" list that covers how to get the most out of businesses and shopping in Singapore.  We also have a list of businesses/shops we have featured and other local guides to Singapore shopping here.

Also be sure to check out our Guide to Shopping in Singapore and a ranking of the Top 50 Shops in Singapore as decided by our members.

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Bryan loves exploring and sharing the best of Singapore and the best travel ideas with readers. He creates innovative start-ups that he hopes will allow him to live a life doing what he loves. He enjoys photography, film making, coding and writing - and the process of getting better at them. He is trying to learn fashion after someone said he looked like a 40 year old. He is not 40 years old.


He's Editor-in-chief at local lifestyle portal TheSmartLocal.com and regional gaming portal SC2SEA.com where he also runs an events management company. He is co-writer of Korean Travel Guide "Mad for Singapore" by Chosun Media with his wife Chloe Park. He thanks you for reading this and apologises for talking in third person.



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