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Bugis Street
Bugis Street

Bugis Street

Free admission
4 New Bugis St

The Basics

Locals and visitors alike come here to shop for bargains, sample local delicacies, and take in the bustling atmosphere. The 3-story market also offers a variety of services, such as hair, nail, and beauty, and tattoos. It’s featured as a stop on a number of sightseeing tours, particularly those focused on shopping, food, or nightlife. For the most flexibility, visit as part of a hop-on hop-off bus tour, which will allow you to explore Bugis Street and other Singapore attractions at your leisure.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Bugis Street is ideal for foodies, shopoholics and those looking to pick up souvenirs.
  • Try your hand at haggling for the best prices, though not all vendors will negotiate.
  • Don't forget to bring cash as many small vendors won’t take anything else.
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How to Get There

The closest MRT station is Bugis (exit C). A number of buses also stop nearby, including bus nos. 7, 12, 63, 80, 175, 197, 851, 960, 980, and NR7. Street parking is available nearby.

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When to Get There

Different stalls and shops at the market will have different hours, but most open around 11am and close around 10pm or, 11pm on the weekends. The market is especially lively at night. The market is also enclosed and air-conditioned, making it a great option during the heat of the summer or inclement weather.

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Wildcard

Nearby Attractions Bugis Street is close to several popular attractions. Find trendy cafés and independent boutiques at nearby Haji Lane. Or learn about Malay culture and history at the Malay Heritage Centre. For exhibits on Singapore’s history, head to the National Museum of Singapore. Also nearby are the Kuan Yin Thong Hood Cho Temple and Hajjah Fatima Mosque.

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