Bugis Junction is a major shopping and entertainment venue in the Beach Road / Rochor Road area. It actually comprises a glass-roofed air-conditioned complex of quaint early-20th-century-styled shophouses, retail blocks and pedestrian-only streets. The four streets are :- Bugis Street (partial), Hylam Street, Malay Street and Malabar Street.
This mall targets the young and trendy with its many clothing and fashion apparel/accessories and jewellery stores, street kiosks, nail-care and beauty/hair salons. It hosts a wide range of food options from cafes and funky eateries to fast food restaurants many of which are Japanese-themed. The anchor retail tenant here is BHG#1 department store of China (PRC) which occupies one end of the complex. Located at the other end is the Inter-Continental Hotel.
Note #1: Owned by the Beijing Hualian Group. BHG store was formerly the Seiyu department store of Japan (till 2007).
Via subway: alight at Bugis MRT Station (EW12) of the East-West Line. The station is connected to the mall via the basement.
Via public bus: Alight at bus stops along Victoria Street or North Bridge Road.
Driving (Carpark Charges):
- Monday to Friday
- 8am to 5pm : $1.07 for 1st hour, $0.37 for every subsequent 10 mins.
- After 5pm : $2.50 per entry (except Fridays).
- Friday after 5pm, Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday
- $2.50 for 1st 2 hours, $0.25 for every subsequent 10 mins.
- For motorcycles, $1.07 per entry.