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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. Using our custom trip planner, Singapore attractions like Bugis Street can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • We visited this street market in the evening to buy some souvenirs. There are lots of stalls. Prices of items are almost same in all stalls. We purchased some souvenirs. This is a place everyone shoul...  more »
  • There wasn't really much to see here. They have a good IT section on the top level. Was told it was good shopping but I struggled to find anything worth spending my money on.  more »
  • The Bugis street is an under cover market that caters to the locals. Although some stalls were cheap it was hot and crowded. We have been to similar markets through out Asia and this was the most disa...  more »
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  • This is a shopping paradise for some cheap shopping experience. It houses in huge small shops offering souvenirs, bags, accessories , clothing, swim suits, shoes.... Using a baby stroller would be difficult as the pathway is quite very narrow. The shops at the entrance of the mall offers some cheap cool drinks and in Level 3, there is a small food court.
  • Cheap stuff found here! We really had fun looking around for souvenirs. This is the place of a much wider selection of merchandise. Housing 3 floors of stuff, you'll have a great time looking around until you found something that you really want to buy. Fashion enthusiasts can try and see the clothes sold here. Some escalators are not working so you need to take the stairs instead or the escalator as a stair.
  • One stop shopping place with affordable price in Singapore! I like buying S$1 chocolate in ABC store. Buying S$1 juice was nice too. Since it's pretty hard to find cheap food and beverage in Singapore.
  • We haven't visited this venue in years and were glad that it continued to thrive. The covered narrow laneways were buzzing with small shops offering a wide variety of cheap souvenirs, clothing, shoes, accessories, watches and mobile phones to local and foreign visitors. There was also a food court and stalls offering fruits and drinks. This venue is large and would easily consume 2 hours of browsing time. If you're still eager for more shopping, Bugis Junction and Bugis+ malls are just nearby.
  • Good if you're looking for tourist nick nacks. Typical market and good to visit. Interesting food places close by.