Are you looking for cheap shopping in Singapore? Then you can’t afford to miss this place!!!!
In my last visit to Singapore, I got some very cute stuff from Bugis Street(place for very nominal and cheap shopping in Singapore). It was insane out there. It has just about everything you could imagine! For girls, it would be a magical street. I haven’t gone for any world tour yet so Bugis Street stands number 1 in my “shopping streets” list so far. It offers a vast array of accessories, clothing, luggage, food, you name it. And don’t worry, you’d see all the stuff perfectly in your budget. It’s “Sarojini Market” of Singapore.
I didn’t know much about the street before, as I had an experience from “Little India” market as well, and the experience was not so great so I kept some minimal time for Bugis street. But later, when I visited the market, I was broke and disheartened. I should have opted for Bugis Street for shopping reasons instead of “Little India” which now seems no more than a hype. Bugis Street had all eye-candy stuff, be it clothes, accessories, luggage etc. Those things were so cute, I literally had to buy a new suitcase (from Bugis Street itself 😝)! I can’t forget this experience ever. If that market would have been in Delhi, you’d see me there every weekend, that’s because weekdays are important for work, right? That’s how you gather money to shop! 😜
I’m showing you my collection, not all, but the cutest ones as these have become my favorite! Have a look guys!
Floral White Wooden Basket
Floral has always been my favorite and the moment I saw this, the only question that arose was, “how would I take it home?” But, obviously, just for that reason, you can’t leave this pretty basket alone. It was screaming to go along and I couldn’t see its pain. 😜
Butterflies Wooden Basket
Such a cute basket! How can anyone afford to lose it? I can’t. I tagged it along. 💁
I always wanted to buy one, but I never came across any of this kind. It was cheap and cute at the same time. It “had” to come home. 💝
Awwww! These covers! I picked up at least 11 or 12 initially and then chose the best 2. Bugis Street has shops that offer a variety of mobile covers and all so amazing. I saw cute covers in Delhi as well, but the price in Bugis street for the same stuff was far less than you can imagine.
Cath Kidston Clutch
Catch Kidston clutch in Bugis Street just for $3!!!!!! Can you beat that? HA-HA! Just kidding! Although the price is 3 Singapore dollars, it’s not really a Cath Kidston clutch but the copy. How does that matter anyway? It looks exactly like the original. 😘
Polka Dots Ruffled Elastic Band With Bow
It’s such an adorable elastic band, isn’t’ it? All covered with polka dots and a huge bow tied along. The color combination is amazing. It looked so pretty that I couldn’t resist buying one.
Mint Green Pouch Bag
I needed this one since long and it was sitting right there in Bugis Street, waiting for me. 😉 When you get to do some really cheap shopping in Singapore, you can’t really afford to leave such useful things, right? Especially when look soooooo cute!!!!
3D Butterflies Wall Decor
I haven’t opened it yet as I want to use this one wisely. I don’t want these butterflies to fly away. These butterflies give an original look on the wall because they’re pasted like that. I love ’em. 💟
So, these are the things I really wanted to show you all. Do make sure that you visit Bugis Street if you go to Singapore. This is the best market I’ve ever visited in my life. Sarojini-Delhi and Colaba-Mumbai also stand nowhere around. This market will definitely make you all crazy. Let me know what you got when you visit this place. I’d loooove to hear from you!
P.S: The suitcase I got broke later at the airport and I missed 2 or 3 things, sadly. Not sure if it’s because I overloaded it, because I did, or because it was of poor quality. So make sure when you look for cheap shopping in Singapore, you don’t buy things from which you want long-lasting results, such as a suitcase. On these kinds of things, you better spend good so they stay with you long enough. 🙂