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Coordinates: 1°17′59.79″N 103°51′21″E / 1.2999417°N 103.85583°E / 1.2999417; 103.85583
Bugis Junction (Chinese: 白沙浮广场) is an integrated development located at Victoria Street, Middle Road and North Bridge Road in Bugis, Downtown Core Planning Area in Singapore. The development consists of a shopping mall, an office tower and the InterContinental Singapore Hotel. The development was completed in 1995 and its owned by BCH Investments Pte Ltd which is a subsidiary of Keppel Land. CapitaLand's REIT, CapitaMall Trust owns a portion of the building. The mall also has a glass covered shopping streets which is the first in the country.
Anchor tenants include BHG which was formerly known as Seiyu. Other tenants include, Books Kinokuniya, Cold Storage, Food Junction, Shaw Organisation which runs the Bugis Cineplex. There is a youth-themed zone in the mall and numerous restaurants in the building. Kiosks are found along the shopping streets and shops are by the side, with shophouse themed buildings.
The Bugis was commonly known for the large community of transsexuals and transvesittes that worked the area.Buildings
Bugis Junction consists of four sections. They are Bugis Junction Tower, Parco Bugis Junction, Seiyu Bugis Junction and InterContinental Singapore.Accessibility
Bugis Junction is accessible via an underpass from Bugis station on the Mass Rapid Transit. Bugis MRT station will be the interchange to the Downtown Line or East-West Line. The mall can be accessed by car through two car park entrances and there are bus stops located around the mall.