Shopping at The Heeren Singapore

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Initially geared towards the young, The Heeren now attracts young working adults with an eye for fresh, edgy new styles who have money to spend.  Music, fashion and individuality are the name of the game at The Heeren, where shoppers are encouraged to express themselves with brilliance, distinction and just a bit of flamboyance.

The Heeren is constantly changing, so each visit is new and unique.  The only constants are music, coffee and the exclusive celebrity labels, Ed Hardy and Queen’s Couture.  The clientele are as unique and interesting as the shops.  You will never run out of people and things to look at and enjoy while visiting The Heeren.

For that caffeine buzz, you absolutely MUST be seen at Vila’age, Spinelli and n.y.d.c.  This is the culture crossroads for the young urban professionals of Singapore.  The Balcony Bar is another great place to people-watch and have a nice beverage.

Music, music, music.  You simply can’t get enough of it at The Heeren.  The largest music superstore of Singapore, HMV, is the headline act for your day of shopping and socializing.  Covering an entire three floors of the complex, there are literally tens of thousands of music titles from every genre imaginable.  Sounds emit from every shop and your feet just can’t stop moving to the music!

Cutting edge, unique gifts and fashion accessories are found at every turn.  The Swatch shop offers a slick, ever-changing assortment of must-have watches and accessories while the countless boutiques will keep you searching for that perfect little something for hours.  The Heeren also offers the Japanese One.99 Shop where everything costs exactly that.  As tempting as that price may be, it is the boutiques that are the place to look for vintage wear, unbelievable toys, ethnic jewellery, comics and everything unique.

Food outlets include NYDC, Sakae Sushi and SPINELLI, but there are plenty of others to choose from, offering delectables from Indian, Thai and Peranakan.  Wishing for something from the West?  Try Fiddleheads.  Ready to try Swiss food? Move on to Movenpick Marche Restaurant.

The Heeren is an absolute must-see for the young and upwardly mobile.  Individualism and creativity make this a delightful shopping experience at any time of the year.

Address:
The Heeren
260 Orchard Road
Singapore 238855
Tel. (+65) 6733 4725