Kampong Glam & Bugis
Make your way down to Arab Street and pick up rich fabrics to either make an ethnic costume for a unique souvenir or simply purchase a few brightly coloured shawls. Check out the unique Grandfather's Collections for vintage memorabilia, perfect as a gift for loved ones back home. At Haji Lane, a youth subculture of fashion has emerged with retro dresses, vintage fashions and unique togs that are usually original creations. Bugis is home to two major malls, the Iluma and the Parco Bugis Junction mall, as well as an outdoor market. In the two major malls, the usual suspects can be found, ranging from electronics to fashion to lifestyle accessories. The Iluma, is the newest mall in this area, boasting youth-centric fashion labels like adidas, Puma, Nichii and Artisan Exchange. The Parco Bugis Junction features a fully air-conditioned "outdoor section" where you can find many pushcarts selling a wide range of costume jewellery, cute plush toys and other accessories, while the inner sections contain more mainstream clothes and food outlets.Make your way down to Arab Street and pick up rich fabrics to either make an ethnic costume for a unique souvenir or simply purchase a few brightly coloured shawls.
- Travel Guide
Arab Street / Haji Lane / Bussorah Street
A Malay Heritage area with three main roads that has distinctive characteristics. Experience the rich Malay heritage culture, and shop at rows of shops selling fabrics, carpets and jewellery.
Shopping @ Bugis Village
Check out Singapore streetwear at Bugis Street, the largest open-air street market in Singapore with wide range of items from clothes, shoes and accessories all for an affordable price.