Fun time at this huge market. Stop No 1 on hop on hop off bus. Great selection of clothes, shoes, toys and jewellery.
About Bugis Street
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Filled with small shops and stalls, I was told it was a good place to buy inexpensive souvenirs. While there were a few such shops, mainly the focus was on inexpensive clothing. The 3 floors were hot and crowded. There were some good food stalls...More
Markets food it's all here. It was a beautiful evening to just stroll and grouse around. Lots of fresh fruits general market souvenirs etc. lots of hawker food and cold beer. Street performers were a bit cheeky. You can go on a trick saw ride...More
If you have not visited an Asian market, then go visit Singapore's Bugis Street. If you want to pick up some inexpensive souvenirs, this might be your place. Having been to numerous Asian outdoor markets, I would not particularly recommend this one.
It is located very near to Bugis MRT Station and is a pretty huge place with many shops selling clothes, food and souvenirs. The price is very reasonable but it can get crowded sometimes, especially on weekends and at night. However, do not go too...More
Mostly all people came here to buy local souvenirs like t-shirt, key chains, magnets. In the bugis street also have a lot store selling like clothes, shoes and bags. Bugis street just opposite thr Bugis Junction and and can reach by MRT or public transport...More
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 should visit to experience street market in Singapore.
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 disappointing. You are better off crossing the road...More
I loved the place. We were there with my wife and 3 young children. The place did have cheaper shopping. BUT shopping in thailand /hong kong flea markets have better prices. The only thing that was bad was lunch time. So hard to get a...More