Holland Village


Holland Village is named after an architect and an amateur actor called Hugh Holland ho had made Singapore his home. Holland Village is located near the Buona Vista MRT Station close to the Queenstown area in Singapore. This commercial enclave is oft visited for its food joints and shops selling antiques, straw items, electronics, and best buys from factory outlets. Regular visitors here include the young Singaporeans and the expatriates.

The Holland Village is full of hustle and bustle most of the times. But during the weekends, the Holland Village experiences the most activity as people often come here to avail of best bargains and relish food from some of the traditional as well as modern eateries in the area.

The Holland Village Shopping mall is a landmark of the area and can be recongnised by the windmall at the top. For a full fledged shopping experince there are two centres which prove your visit worthwhile here viz Holland Road Shopping Centre and Holland V Shopping Mall. One can visit the Cold Storage supermarket branch, various antique shops, Guardian Pharmacy, 7-Eleven and a photo processing shop too.

The Holland Road Shopping Centre is famous for southeast Asian houseware, furniture linen and rattan items, lightweight clothes for tropical wear and fancy handbags with coral stones and flip flops from Indonesia. Island & Archipelago at the village has lovely Indonesian bowls, lamps, and fabrics to choose from. With three levels of shopping area which offer the most exotic and ethnic handicrafts of Asia such as jewellery, furniture, art items, carpets etc. Lim's is the largest shop in the center and houses a huge range of gifts, furntiture, lamps and other artifacts. Equally noted are Essential Crafts, Esteli Studio,Vista and Jessica stores for handicrafts and artifacts. For modern art work and frames do visit the D'Artist Gallery and Framing Angie. Hence, this shopping centre is

After shopping at Holland Village, do relish at some of the prominent food outlets which offer ethnic as well as Chinese and western fare. Some include Häagen-Dazs, BreadTalk, The Coffee Bean, IndochineCrystal Jade, Subway, Burger King, Michelangelo's, Samy's Curry and lots more.

Shopping at Holland village thus proves to be an interesting and intriguing experience. Accompanied by lot of eateries, your shopping trip to Holland Village can be an outing on its own and truly worth a visit.


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