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Sim Lim Square, Singapore
(1.8/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web)
Walk through and browse the shops of Sim Lim Square, a six-story retail complex specializing in electronics. Whether you're in search of the latest smartphone, computers, cameras, or DVDs, this shopping center has a wide variety of goods. If you need to get something fixed during your travels, this mall also offers a plethora of repair services. Stop in for low-prices on technology and check out the complex's modern amenities. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Sim Lim Square and many more Singapore attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Singapore trip generator.
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  • Make sure you look around, compare products and bargain hard. We found it difficuly to compare cameras as there were so many to choose from and each vendor wanted to push a particular brand or model m...  more »
  • Sim Lim Square does not disappoint when you want to buy electronics in Singapore. The huge mall sells items ranging from cameras to security cameras, laptops, television, gadgets for your laptop/deskt...  more »
  • It is located a short walk from Bugis MRT station, is a lot of electronics shop tenants. Many ' 90s Akihabara building collection of small electronic parts shop was very similar. There are products such as PCS and mobile phone shops. If you buy are not something that sells rare stuff not found in other low-cost, reliable care will be needed. In the basement food court, flanked by Asian cuisine, so is useful as a dining room. I would go as a tourist destination in General in place is interested in electric Avenue, it would not hurt.
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  • To buy components and accessories - such as SSD, memory, wifi routers etc. Sim Lim Square if defnitively the best place in Singapore (I love it). However - you need to do your homework; prices varies drastically between the stores. On level 5 you'll find Video-Pro (and the store next to it which I don't remember the name of now - but they are authorised TP-Link dealer) - which have good prices and are honest and friendly. For example, the price of a TP-Link wifi USB adaptor on the fifth floor costs 29 SGD - and on the first floor the exact same would cost 35 SGD+. So you should browse around in the stores before you buy and make sure to go higher up and check out the stores as well. Normally prices are the same or cheaper(!) then buying online.
  • The place to go for computer parts and accessories. However, be careful on the lower floors (below the third floor). Shops there have had a reputation for sharp business practices. From the third floor onwards, there are lots of computer accessory shops that sell pretty much the same product mix so it is very competitive and margins are low. Prices are therefore pretty decent although if you shop around there is still some variation in pricing that you can leverage off to get the best bang for the buck.
  • Sim Lim square is a good place to buy PC component bought my parts from fuwell and videopro . build myself no problem with my new com only have a blue-screen once.But i dont recommend going there if you planing to buy phone or camera
  • Very bad place for shopping. Better to buy from online. They will mark up price after confirm to buy product. Warranty is end after pay money. For example phone Unlocking fee, Activation fee, etc...... Fortunately, not selling piloted software anymore.
  • TO AVOID URGENTLY (I was ripped off by a local phone repairer) I seldom publish commentaries on the internet, but I felt like this time this awful customer experience needed to be spread : 1st day : I obtain a repair of my battery + screen + central button for 100 (SGD). Everything is fine, my iPhone works again. 2nd day : I acknowledge the touchscreen is working poorly so I go back to the repairer. With my warranty (1 month) he changes the screen. FINE. 3rd day : SAME problem once again, the touchscreen does not work efficiently I can not even enter my entry password to access the apps. I go back to the repairer. He argues that the screen has been "physically damaged and that the warranty does not work" whereas there is not even a single flaw on it. I am trapped. Conclusion : 1) know that few local people go to these informal repairers. Why? Because they are simply robbers waiting for the day they will manage to prove you that your warranty (which is a piece of sheet) doesn't work any more. 2) Besides, know that there is a lot of coercion on the prices right here, and bargaining can never be a victory for the customer. All the more if you're a foreigner. BUY NEW. BE SAFE. Note : avoid especially the following shop E&E TECH SERVICE CENTRE PTE LTD