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Shop sustainably

Embody stylish sustainability 

Big changes start with small steps in the right direction. When it comes to protecting the planet for current and future generations, every act counts, starting from how and what we consume. 

Whether you’re an eco-warrior or newly committed to saving the Earth, you’re well poised to champion the future of our planet in our sophisticated city. 

Passion is both an attitude and an expression—by shopping sustainably and consuming consciously, you embody the change you want to see in the world.

Rediscovering your passions shouldn’t have to come at any risk to yourself or your loved ones. Before embarking on adventures around the island, be sure to keep yourself updated on the latest Safe Management Measures.


Accentuate style and sustainability in Downtown Singapore

Our everyday decisions impact the environment—thankfully, broadening your knowledge on nurturing a sustainable lifestyle is easy in our garden in a city. 

If you’re searching for a healthy dose of inspiration to kickstart your zero-waste lifestyle, The Green Collective is the place to be. Discover an assortment of eco-friendly products such as biodegradable detergent and swimwear made from recycled plastic bottles. While you’re there, spare some time to attend a composting or upcycling workshop.

Ethical gastronomy doesn’t taste any fresher than at Michelin-starred restaurant Labyrinth. Their produce is almost exclusively sourced from local sustainable farmers which leads to a lower carbon footprint, so rest assured that dining here is a great way to save the planet. 

Afterwards, replenish your pantry with a wide variety of organic, fair-trade staples at Scoops Wholefoods.  The store is committed to a zero-waste philosophy that you can support yourself, by scooping only what you need and paying for the exact amount. Cut down on single-use plastics by bringing your own containers. 

Get hold of the latest cult beauty brands from eco-luxury boutique The Naturally Better Company, which sells everything from exfoliators made with honey berry, hibiscus and nectar to natural coconunt shampoos free from chemicals, sulfates and artificial fragrances.

Round off your exploration with a teatime break at The Social Space. This multi-concept stores champions both nature and marginalised communities, making it a great place to pick out  thoughtful gifts such as reusable bamboo straws and tableware crafted from discarded coconut husks.

Swap pre-loved clothes

Probably the most guilt-free way of constantly updating your wardrobe is to swap your clothes, shoes and bags with The Fashion Pulpit’s community of like-minded fashionistas. Look out for events such as pop-up thrift sales and environmental-themed movie screenings. 

Practice mindfulness

Through the deliberate use of non-toxic paints and timber flooring from sustainable forests, Hom Yoga provides a calming studio space for a mindful practice. After class, shop consciously curated products like eco-friendly yoga mats and soaps handmade by local artisans.

Give second-hand furniture another chance

Drawing from its humble beginnings in the karung guni (rag and bone) trade, Hock Siong now specialises in refurbishing and repurposing used furniture. Score gems such as unusual antiques and quirky knick-knacks to add to your vintage collection. 

Pick up home DIY skills

Ditch the ‘buy and throwaway’ mentality. Sign up for a comprehensive course by Repair Kopitiam and master the skills to fix common home maintenance problems such as faulty electrical appliances, torn clothing and damaged furniture. Meet fellow enthusiasts and deepen your knowledge of handiwork that’ll help save our planet.

Learn about environmental conservation

With its iconic green roof, Marina Barrage may be better known as a popular picnic and kite-flying spot. But the impressive dam is also home to the city’s largest solar park and plays a critical role in maintaining a sustainable water supply. Watch the pumps in action and join a guided tour to learn more about Singapore’s environmental conservation efforts.