Touted as Singapore’s Harajuku, Bugis Street is one of Singapore’s most iconic shopping alleys. Stretching from Victoria Street to Queen Street, stalls selling street food, local souvenirs and all sorts of fashion pieces line the maze of lanes. Next to the street is a familiar landmark with its illuminated “crystal” façade, the Bugis + Mall which is linked to Bugis Junction across the road. Collectively, both malls provide a spectrum of entertainment and dining outlets. For the technology buffs, Sim Lim Square offers a wide variety of electronic goods and services. The Intercontinental Hotel can be found conveniently located within Bugis Junction itself while firms like International Enterprise Singapore, Cathay Pacific Airways and Keppel Land hold offices in Bugis Junction Towers. Throughout the year, Bugis plays host to an exciting line up of events, including the annual Singapore Night Festival. An interchange between the East West Line and new Downtown line makes Bugis incredibly accessible. In the future, development of DUO, an integrated residential and commercial space will allow residents to enjoy working and shopping right from their doorstep. Other residences include The Bencoolen and Burlington Square.
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