Bugis Junction, Singapore
Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Modern indoor shopping and open-air markets await you at Bugis Junction, a complex in the city's downtown core. Browse new storefronts and boutiques at this development, which contains a mall, office building, and the InterContinental Singapore Hotel. The complex was built in 1995 and is the first in the country to feature glass-sheltered shopping streets lined with stands and kiosks. Kids can enjoy the youth-themed zone within the mall, and you can meet family and friends at one of its many restaurants. You'll be part of the Singapore shopping trend at this popular center. A visit to Bugis Junction represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Singapore vacation route planner to plot your vacation.
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Great shopping avenue with lots of dining choices and shops for shopping. Offers a variety of stores, ranging from budget to expensive brands. Located in the city center and its directly upon the Some... read more »
This is fairly new and great Mostly frequented by local A centre that is not full of your expensive stores like Louis vit-on, Prada etc...... I find some great bargains
This the place that you can get most clothing items for the whole family and its open till 10pm .There is also a variety of stall to choose from.
Bugis JCT is basically a shopping and eating area. However, it's across the street from the Bugis market, which is very similar to an Southeast Asian market, without the fear of getting your pockets picked. (enders will barter as well) The mall has all you'll need in terms of pharmacies, grocery stores, food court, etc. I traveled in the area with students, which was great. Anyone needing toiletries they'd forgotten were sorted quickly. After the market, they could choose the mall food court, nearby restaurants, or hawker stalls in the area. A great location.
One of my favourite malls: 1. nice use of natural lighting 2. preserved shop houses makes for an interesting experience 3. well connected with MRT/ buses 4. good mix of eateries/ shops 5. movie theatre Worth checking out.
Antonio de Abreu
Not the biggest shopping centre in the world and not the greatest layout either but if you're in the mood for some food, go to the basement level. Some great bakeries and food to be had. Oh, the other great thing is they have a Nando's Chicken!
A historical Street with traditional shophouses that had been preserved renovated and turned in to a cool shopping street and shopping complex. A wide plethora of fashion, food and shopping options. A great place to be.
Very lively street at any time of the day. You want indoors have 2 huge shopping centres. You want outdoor have a long stretch to a Buddhist temple from MRT Station. Stuffs are usually expensive near MRT station, walk a little further to OG, cheap goods are there. For both youngsters and oldies (different shopping centres and part of the streets)
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