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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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  • Not particularly cheap, all vendors have provided themselves with the microphone o speakers, sounds more like a kycklingfram than a market, everyone should let more than the other lodge on place, Choose rather the market in Thailand than this
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  • Good for souvenir shopping and great for food as well from a nearby hawker centre. Lots of shops offering cheap SG shirts and some classy souvenirs. 
  • Can say last minute shopping lol bcos went to Chinatown first for some souvenir and continue here to got some delicious chocolate,that was pretty cheap if i can say. .if i compare, here is cheaper tha...  more »
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  • You will find narrow indoor streets of little market-style retail shops selling mostly youngster's clothing and fashion accessories. There are also street snacks at the front facing shops. Come here to experience the bustling vibe. It gets crowded on the weekends. Take your time and don't visit the place in a rush!
  • Very nice street, near MRT, there's a market nearby Fu Lu Shou Complex which is so cheap that you can buy souvenirs or promotion items before you come back home
  • It's a good place to buy presents and personal stuff! You can find bits and pieces to bring to your family back home; from ref magnets and keychains to shirts and bags, etc. Most items in the malls, you can find it here, too and for a much cheaper price. You'll get your moneys' worth esp. if you know how to haggle! Some shops open at 11am so it's safer to come in the afternoon when all shops are ready. Enjoy your shopping! ;-)
  • Singapore traditional wet market, tourist trap A wet market. A tourist trap. But still a safe place to go. The place and the people survives as traditional shops selling fruits, food, souvenirs and other stuffs typically sold in traditional market, thanks to successful tourism. So many isles to see. Sellers are not so aggressive and rude as in other southeast asian cities. But also, the place was not as exciting as similar places in Asian cities. Do not miss to see Sri Khrisnan temple and Kwam Im Thong Hood Cho Temple, and the pedestrian walk in front of the two temples. Bugis street is bordered by a mall, Bugis Junction, where the MRT station is.
  • Last time I was here with my family. Good place to get Singapore souvenirs. Aircond-ed marketplace, you don't have to worry about the hot weather. Many kinds of products, sold here with a good price. Although I prefer Chinatown, for better price, Bugis Street have larger choices you can find.