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Bugis Street market has now been transformed into a mecca for shoppers and bargain-hunters. This market has just about everything you could want – CDs, souvenirs, t-shirts, shoes, jewellery, knick knacks and other fashion items.
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Go there and make your own experience between cheap and trendy and tourist shops and the mall which is not like the luxurious ones in Orchard Street. A lot of local people. In the mall is also a reasonable priced food court with decent restaurants
Visited Bugis Market, what an experience, just what you would expect from an Asian market, you name it they had it, some touristy stuff, but loads of exotic fruits, meats etc. Great atmosphere, cafes which sold local food and meals, an experience I will never...More
We did a walking tour of Bugis Street with a local guide that was arranged by the Intercontinental Hotel. Our guide spoke excellent English as you would expect,. Was extremely knowledgeable and informative. The tour was an informal slow paced walk through Bugis Street giving...More
Bugis is a must. We were told that China town is better, but personally we think Bugis was great! We went two nights, and both times we found new and wonderful things. Food, souvenirs, clothing, nail salons and so much more. It was busy but...More
Went with on a school trip with 20 teenagers.
The tiny lanes ate confusing. Kept coming back to the same spot.
Shopping was utmost fun, value for money. You name it & they have it in trendy clothes. Need to bargain. The shopkeepers are not...More
Bugis market is open daily stalls start opening around 11am so don't get there until about lunch time, there are several hundred stalls so give your self plenty of time they will normally close around 10-11pm Not only can... More
Bugis market is open daily stalls start opening around 11am so don't get there until about lunch time, there are several hundred stalls so give your self plenty of time they will normally close around 10-11pm Not only can you buy your normal clothes, watches sunglasses and souvenirs you can pick up something to eat and drink.