Bugis Street is known as the “Largest Street-Shopping Location in Singapore”, with a motley maze of 600 shops hawking from anything from traditional snacks, street wear, cafes, hawker food, fashion items and services. This place reminds me our own “Divisoria” here in Manila.
We were hungry at that time, so we proceeded first to their food court known as “New Bugis Food Village”.
We chose a table and finally we sampled the culinary delights of its hawker food stalls there. We had chicken with fried rice and egg with soup. The portions were quite generous and it was good. I would say, visitors can feast on a variety of hawker food here.
Soon after, we rubbed shoulders with locals and tourists trying to keep on the narrow path lined with vendor booths.
We were hoping to buy some souvenirs, which we had so far been unable to find anywhere. But sad to say, our 15-minute window-shopping was a sheer joyless trudging. We soon realized that most of the items there just weren’t to our liking or maybe we just didn’t really explore the whole place. Eventually we both decided to take a taxicab and went straight to Sentosa.