You will find a large variety of items, from electronic goods to spices in the six-storey building. In the basement, you will find clothing and electronic goods. The second floor is dedicated to food and household goods. If you are looking to buy electronic goods, you will find a huge variety; but make sure you do your research beforehand, because the staff may not always know how to help you.
If you are planning on taking public transport, the Farrer Park MRT station is only a few minutes walk from Mustafa Centre. However, if you have done a lot of shopping, you may prefer to take a taxi on your way back. If you are driving your own vehicle, be prepared to stay in a queue for parking at peak hours. Parking is free.
While the shopping centre is open round the clock, it is best to avoid shopping at general shopping hours (11 am-9 pm) as well as Friday and weekend nights, since the building can get very crowded. On weekends, getting around the building could become very difficult due to narrow corridors and large crowds.
If you need a break anytime during your shopping spree, just step outside the mall and you will find a variety of Halal certified restaurants as well as Indian vegetarian restaurants. For salaath, Masjid Angulia is located at a distance of about a two minute walk from the centre, on Serangoon Road.