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Topic # 151641 31-Aug-2014 22:40
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Hi There!

I was contemplating getting some trousers and or suit made whilst in Singapore. The timing is quite tight though. On the way through the first time I arrive 7pm local time and have a 7 hour stop over, and I considered getting into town and getting measured etc, and then collecting and getting final fittings on the way back, as I have 40 hours in Singapore on the way back. I am thinking though, the chances of finding a decent tailor late at night in Singapore isn't really going to work, so wondering if 40 hours is enough time to get a decent suit made if I go straight to Orchard Road when I arrive on the way back? 

Any advice appreciated. 


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  Reply # 1119248 1-Sep-2014 00:12
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Its open late so you may just be OK.... Would be safer to put the order in when you are stopping over.





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  Reply # 1119253 1-Sep-2014 03:06
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Your 40 hour stopover will be long enough to get measured and have a suit made.
Don't just go to Orchard Road though, have a wander down to China Town.




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