Hordes of buyers frequent the Bugis and Haji lane. Although these lanes are within each other’s vicinity, the experience is distinct in both the areas.
In Bugis street there are small shops and Korean stores which offer some traditional yet contemporary products well-loved by the patrons. There are many stores lined up that look almost the same and the ideal thing to do before making a purchase would be to figure out which one offers the best deals.
The Haji Lane is decorated with stylish boutiques that are a sight to look at even if one doesn’t end up shopping. You will find a perfect blend of traditional fashion and local brands that are unique in their own way. Checkout outlets such as Mondays off and Soon Lee.
Traveller looking to soak in to the culture can take a stroll down the nearby Arab Street. Royal Fabrics, which is stocked with colourful offerings of the Malay and Indonesian dyed fabric patterns, and Jamal Kazura Aromatics selling Arabic perfumed oils are amongst the well-now stores to visit down this street.
Location: Bugis Street, Haji Lane, Singapore
Timing: 11:00am to 11:00pm
Known for: Small and stylish boutique stores
Bargaining: There is a lot of scope bargain for all shops are selling almost the same product thereby giving you room to negotiate on the best deal for you.