March 3, 2024

Souvenir Shopping in Mustafa Centre

Souvenir shopping in Mustafa Centre is one of the must do things in Singapore for a typical traveller. The reason is that similar to most Singapore attractions, Mustafa Centre is on top of the ‘Things to do in Singapore’ lists. Anyway, Mustafa Centre is one of the biggest shopping centres in Singapore which is kind of all under one roof.

Souvenir shopping in Mustafa Centre
Mugs with Singapore Merlion icon

You will find everything from groceries to clothing to even gold jewelry when you visit this shopping mall. However, it is also a place where you can get lost if you don’t know the floor plan. Living in Singapore for many years, I still get lost sometimes and end up on the wrong floor. The same happened to me during a recent visit to Mustafa Centre where I didn’t really plan to visit the souvenir section. But I ended up there. 🙂

Chinese Bells

On that day I went to Litlle India to visit the Indian Heritage Centre. After that, I had some time remaining and I didn’t have any urgent tasks. So I decided to buy some other stuff from the Mustafa Centre and ended up in this souvenir section.

Though it was crowded on that day, I enjoyed looking at these beautiful souvenirs. I also didn’t forget to capture a few photos.

A Chinese Bell

I found really beautiful items in this section. although there were many things that I would like to buy, I only bought the above Chinese bell. I have a gifting idea in my mind where this Chinese bell is perfect.

Souvenir shopping in Mustafa Centre
A Tea set with cups
Souvenir shopping in Mustafa Centre
Beautiful mugs
Souvenir shopping in Mustafa Centre
Another tea set. It is really pretty and decorative.
More teapots

I had a great time in this section. Souvenir shopping in Mustafa Centre is really fun and you will find many items for really cheap rates.

Do you like these souvenir items? Do you have experience in ending up in another section of a shopping mall instead of where you actually wanted to go? 🙂

Please share your thoughts as a comment.

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Amila Gamage Wickramarachchi

Amila Gamage Wickramarachchi is the founder of this blog. She shares her parenting and lifestyle experiences of raising a child in Singapore.

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18 thoughts on “Souvenir Shopping in Mustafa Centre

  1. I enjoy browsing in places lake this centre and looking at all that is offered. It’s fun and keeps me occupied as I walk through the merchandise. #MMBC

  2. Looks like an amazing gift shop-that would be so fun to browse around in. thanks for sharing-Happy T
    Kathy

  3. You might have gotten lost Amila, but you certainly found some lovely things. That boxed tea set looks beautiful, and I even like the white tea pots. This is a fun T day post. I hope you’re having a wonderful week and are having a happy T day too. hugs-Erika

  4. Love the tea set and colourful mugs, looks like an interesting place to visit .
    Happy T Day. Jan S

  5. What a beautiful place to shop. Souvenirs for me are normally postcards. I love the lion mugs and that Chinese bell you bought. That one tea set that was wrapped was beautiful, but the set with red and gold was out of this world. This was a very clever T post, Amila. I loved seeing all the drink mugs and those tea sets. Thanks for sharing with us for T this Tuesday, dear.

  6. Oh i could have gotten lost in there myself! I love to explore places like that… thank you for all the lovely photos! Happy T day! Hugs! deb

  7. Love the Tea sets and the bells. I don’t buy a lot of souvenirs. I try to purchase 1-2 things that I really like. I would rather that then many cheap items that I don’t want. But I always shop around for the best price.
    Loved seeing your tour of various things in the Mustafa Centre.
    Happy Tea Day,
    Kate

  8. If you hadn’t taken that route we would never have seen these lovely souvenirs- I love the mugs. On our latest visit to Paris we got lost in les Halles – we did eventually find the shop we were looking for but all I wanted to do after that was get out! Belated Happy T Day, Chrisx

  9. If you hadn’t taken that route we would never have seen these lovely souvenirs- I love the mugs. On our latest visit to Paris we got lost in les Halles – we did eventually find the shop we were looking for but all I wanted to do after that was get out! Belated Happy T Day, Chrisx

  10. I’m not someone who buys souvenirs anymore. I do like to buy something that will remind me of a place, but only if I really like it and can use it. That’s usually not the typical souvenir items. When I was in Singapore 40 years ago I did not go to this place – maybe it didn’t even exist back then.

  11. I really love souvenir shopping but mostly I only do it on holiday. I love the Chinese Bell, I hope the recipient loves it too. #mmbc

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