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Singapore Street Markets

Overview Singapore Street Markets

Unlike India, Thailand, Hong Kong and Malaysia, Singapore street markets fun is very less. Singapore has big malls and even some budget shopping venues. However, there are very fewer street markets, but those who like me want to see the street markets will find some.

Chinatown Street Market

Chinatown Singapore Street Markets

The market stretches 200 stalls over four streets, Pagoda Street, Trengganu Street, Sago Street, and Smith Street. The souvenir stalls sell your typical “I visited Singapore” goods, “I visited Chinatown” goods, such as Chinese style fans, lanterns, and shirts, and iPhone cases.

At the intersection of Trengganu St and Smith St, on the left along Smith St, you will see the famous Chinatown Food Street, which becomes a pedestrian-only street after 6 pm on weekdays, and 12 pm on weekends and public holidays. This street is lined up with street food serving some of Singapore’s most popular local dishes. Chinatown Street Market2

Reaching Chinatown Street Market: You can take the MRT subway train to Chinatown station on the North East Line (purple line). Once off the train at Chinatown station, head towards Exit A, this will bring you right to the heart of Chinatown at Pagoda St.

  • Hours: 10 a.m.-10 p.m. daily
  • Address: Chinatown Complex, Smith St, Chinatown Silk House, Singapore

 


Bugis Street

Bugis Street2

Bugis Street Market is one of Singapore’s biggest street shopping locations, with over 800 vendors. It is one of the best shopping places attracting most of the shopping lovers in Singapore. It offers the latest and trendiest fashions at affordable prices. Colorful products displayed at shops along with small alleys and the aroma from food and drink stores fill up the atmosphere.

Bugis Street3

How to Get There:

  • Bus lines: Bus 7, 12, 63, 80, 175, 197, 851, 960, 980 and NR7 (Walking 1 mins from bus stop B01112)
  • MRT station: Bugis MRT (EW12) (Walking 2 mins from Exit C)
  • Hours: 11 a.m.-10 p.m. daily
  • Address: 3 New Bugis St, Singapore, +65 6338 9513
  • Website: https://www.bugisstreet.com.sg/

PasarBella PasarBella Singapore

It is farmers market; I call it a food market and my kind of place to go. You can get fresh seafood, Cheese, meat, fresh vegetables etc. This market also caters to exclusive tastes with gourmet ingredients, elegant homeware, Champagne, and wine. PasarBella Farmers Market gets its name from the Malay word ‘pasar’ (market), and the Italian word ‘bella’ (beautiful). Do check out some of the specialty restaurants.

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  • Hours: Sun-Thu 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; Fri-Sat 10 a.m.-10 p.m.
  • Address: 200 Turf Club Rd, Singapore, +65 6887 007
 

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