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Bugis Street, Singapore

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Test your haggling skills at Bugis Street, where you can find a small but bustling market offering bargains on a range of goods. You can pick up a quirky souvenir or two, as well as clothes or electronic accessories. Grab a bite to eat at one of the many nearby restaurants after you've finished with your shopping spree. Be warned that if an item seems suspiciously inexpensive, it's probably fake. Before you head to Singapore, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Singapore route planner , to make sure you see all that Singapore has to offer, including Bugis Street.
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  • Had a look and left Very hot and very busy, lots of cheap stalls but mostly counterfeit or tat Street food is ok if you like chicken feet and the like, wasn’t my cup of tea And it smells  more »
  • If you want to buy some cheap souvenirs from SG, just go here. Cheap food court, cheap juices & easy to reach by public transport!  more »
  • Lots of weird & wonderful things to choose from here at good prices , good food & your right at the MRT station as well.. A good area for a walk about taking in the sights of a busy market.  more »
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  • Located next to Bugis Junction, just exit from the right exit od the mall, Bugis street is very accessible place through excellent public transport of Singapore. Clothes, bags, shoes, accessories, toys, watches and many more thing at a very cheap price for the people looking for budget shopping. And there are so many souvenirs as well, but to compare I think on China Town are more option and a slightly more cheaper. And you can find some light food and beverage too with reasonable price. This is heaven for budget shoppers
  • Amazing place to do most of your shopping. Its not cheaper than Chinatown but certainly better stuff than Chinatown. Good for eating while shopping. Look for above floors that has better quality and better discounts.
  • Good bargain place. Walk around for a good deal for hip clothes for teens and young adults. Clothes can go for as cheap as 10 dollars or less for certain clothes selling out their stocks. Expect to nt be able to try out the clothes so do walk around in case they put the clothes on mannequin. Since most shops have two stores (same owner) dont be worried if you see something you like you'd be able to find it in another location
  • Love how cheap it is to shop here. ABC mart at the back has really good prices for chocolates and processed foods. Hawker is also just at the back. It does get very crowded, so don't be reckless.
  • Crowded, but great place to buy cheaper things. Had a lot fun. Great food as well. Super delicious. You can find almost anything there for the youth. Hahaha...

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