Hello there again!
Okay, day #2 in Singapore. So, I made an itinerary before going to Singapore, but that didn’t worked. Sometimes, when you go somewhere with 4 or more of your squad, you know, too many haha hihi and your trip plan doesn’t end up based on your itinerary. I planned to visit Chinatown, Bugis Street, Haji Lane and Clarke Quay, but then again, I have to wholeheartedly accept that I can only come to Bugis Street and Haji Lane on that day. It was April 1st 2017 and I already got plan to go to National Stadium for Coldplay at 3pm local time.
So, let’s begin with Bugis Street. It was such a heavenly place to find and buy affordable stuffs. They have so many kiosks there and you can find almost everything. Clothes, chocolates, keychain and other handicraft, street foods and etcetera. If you’re willing to buy souvenirs for your family and friends, this place is definitely the right place (well, you can also go to Mustafa Centre too, but Bugis Street has more stuffs to offer to you).
This place opens from 9am to 5pm only. You better go there earlier if you don’t want to be in that crowd, it’s getting more crowded in the afternoon. It is pretty much like what we call “pasar tumpah” in Indonesia, located in a small alleyway, but the different is they have official stalls.
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