Rchard Road in Singapore is the main shopping street in Singapore, which is located to the north of the Singapore River, to the west of the central business district, to turn into Al Bustan Street.
Similar to Oxford Street in London or Tshimshatsui Street in Hong Kong, this street has been known as the busy street for its many products since the 1800’s. The street is characterized by the presence of local and international stores on both sides in addition to the presence of the small boutique section and offices, resorts, beauty salons, hotels, entertainment places, restaurants, and cafes, one can enjoy spending a full day fishing with trawl nets that extend from Tanglin Mall on Tanglin Road to the square Singapore is at the lower end of Al Bustan Street.
There are various shopping centers and malls on this street, which sell both clothing and consumer and local electronic gadgets as well as home appliances and world-famous fashion. On Saturday night, many visitors accept Al-Bustan Street to enjoy a lively tour of the shops and participate in their shopping hours until 11:00 am.

Al Bustan Street is a street spanning 2.2 kilometers, and is the hub of retail and entertainment in Singapore. It is a huge tourist attraction, in addition to being the most popular shopping sector in the city. Often, this area and the surrounding area are known to be the orchards, partly due to the presence of a subway station that serves adjacent areas known as the MRT Grove.
Al Bustan Planning District is one of 55 urban planning areas as defined by the Urban Redevelopment Authority, which is the business district, and it is also part of the Central District, the Central Business District of Singapore, and the Central District.
The Garden Orchard underwent a $ 40 million renovation in 2009, with the addition of new streetlights, farmer boxes, and urban green rooms, with paved streets and removed totem columns.

Al Bustan Street was the distinctive two-way street. This situation changed after more than a century, and Al Bustan Street became a one-way street in 1974. Street vitality begins with its intersection with Orange Grove Road which is the location of the Al Bustan Hotel, then extends southeast through the intersection of Scotts / Patterson Hill Road, MRT Grove Station, Bedford Road, Somerset MRT Station and Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station, ending at the intersection with Handy Road . The street has extensive underground infrastructure, including underground pedestrian walkways between the underground operating centers and other streets in the vicinity.
On the north side of Al Bustan Street there are botanical gardens. Along Scotts Street there is Park Goodwood Hotel, which is a good example of colonial architecture, and at the intersection of Scotts Street and Al Bustan Street there is TANGS, the first luxury store in Singapore.
In the middle of Al Bustan Street, there is Cairnhill and Emerald Hill, and next to Emerald Hill Centerpoint, which houses a cold storage supermarket, and may be one of the oldest commercial establishments in the area.
There are other places just off Al Bustan Street on Scotts Road, which includes Scotts Shopping Center in Singapore’s first food center, which was demolished in June 2007 to make way for new construction.

List of shopping centers
DFS Galleria – It’s a duty-free shopping center on Scotts Road, which mainly sells luxury products like Bottega Veneta, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Gucci, Hermes, Louis Vuitton and Bvlgari.
Ngee Ann City – opened as a shopping mall in 1993, it is one of the largest malls in the shopping district of Orchard Street. It includes distinguished shops such as Vacheron Constantin, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Burberry, Louis Vuitton and Chanel as well as the Japanese store, Takashimaya. The complex is home to the second largest library in Southeast Asia, and the Kinokuniya Library.
Wisma Atria – it opened in 1986, and since then the building has undergone a brand replacement on its blue façade with a glass façade. There is a 900-seat dining hall. The shopping center is connected directly to Al Bustan station.

The plaza in Singapore Plaza Singapura – Located near the city, this center opened in 1974. It was renewed three times, in 1998, 2003 and 2012, with it being the first place on the total and final renewal, as it is a distinguished place with a new mix of tenants.
Far East Plaza – Opened in 1982 due to its great popularity with students because of its items of inexpensive fashion as well as inexpensive foodstuffs, and it is known that he is in the courtyard to provide its cheap food outlets.
Orchard Central – The vertical shopping mall and the first and longest complex in Singapore, which opened on July 2, 2009.
The Orchard Gateway – as it opened in 2014.
Orchard Towers – a shopping center that consists of small shops and night clubs.
The Centrepoint – The Centrepoint opened in 1983. It underwent renovation and construction of a new extension in 2007.

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