Bugis is one of those neighbourhoods in Singapore that visitors simply cannot miss out on. This little spot is a culturally diverse place that is vibrant with so much to see and experience. Let’s find out right here.
This is one of the most colourful streets in Singapore and perhaps one of the smallest as well. It has become one of the preferred hang out spots with the youngsters. The streets are full of graffiti and lined with markets, shops and cafes.
Sultan Mosque is the largest mosque in Singapore and is one of the most impressive in terms of architecture as well. The place can accommodate up to 5000 worshippers and is easily reachable from any hotel in Bugis.
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Popular among locals and tourists, this is the most famous Buddhist temple that is situated outside Chinatown. The attraction is just a 6-minute drive away from PARKROYAL On Beach Road Singapore.
This is where most of the country’s Muslim community come to dine. You’ll find a whole host of restaurants serving halal food and shops and markets too.