There are may markets in Singapore and we have listed the main ones for you, flea markets are ever changing .
3 February 2014| Last updated on 28 June 2017
Bugis Street is the largest shopping location in Singapore. Here one can find an array of goods, from street hawker food to clothing and trinkets. In the 1950s the street started out as a night spot for flamboyantly dressed transvestites who would parade around in the late hours of the night attracting sailors. Today it houses over 800 retail shops and is a wonderful place where you can spend the whole day and evening shopping, browsing and indulging in the local seafood delights.
Hop onto the nearest SMRT train station and alight at Bugis Station.
The Tourist Information Centre is easily accessible and is open from 11.30am to 10.00pm daily. Tourists can get information and advice on the shopping, tourist attractions and places to eat.
Address: 3 New Bugis Street, #03-01, Singapore 188867
Tel: (65) 6338 9513
Fax: (65) 6339 3776
Tiong Bahru Market
Tiong Bahru is actually a housing estate in Singapore and the market was the first one ever built in a housing estate. Prior to the building of the Market, also known as Seng Poh Market, the hawkers were all street-hawkers, who were under constant threat of being chased off as street-trading, was illegal. Tired of their uncertain lifestyle, the hawkers organised themselves and petitioned successfully to the Governor of Singapore, for a market to be built. The SIT thus, built an experimental modern market on the same spot as today's market. The market is a ten minute walk from the Tiong Bahru MRT and is the go to market for foodies. Here you can sample local dishes and set your taste buds on fire. It’s a great place for a weekend breakfast and has lively bars with bands and karaoke for the night time.
Address: 83 Seng Poh Rd Singapore
Holland Village Market and Food Centre
Holland Village is a small busy enclave at Holland Village MRT Station in Singapore. A popular venue for younger Singaporeans and expatriates, it is dominated by and often visited solely for its eateries and watering holes, along with some specialist shops selling non-traditional wares.
Address: 1 Lorong Mambong Singapore 277700
Tekka centre is a real gem found in the heart of Little India. It is a great food market with Indian delicacies and food stuff that you can take home. There is also a shopping area that sells Indian inspired clothing and other items. The market is great fun and a must see for all. It is located in the northern corner of Bukit Timah Road and Serangoon Road, in Little India, Singapore
Public Garden operates a market comprising Singapore's best independent businesses and creative individuals. Public Garden is an alternative to big-box retail with a free spirit.
Chillax Market offers unique, mid to high end quality products such as art works, home decor accessories & furniture, clothing & accessories, glam jewelry, gourmet specialty foods, children’s apparel, etc. Many products are designed locally thus offering truly distinctive shopping options. You have our promise that there will be no used items or cheap souvenirs; this is a chic venue not a flea market.
Tel: +65 8180 0146 / +65 9299 8205
Zouk Flea & Easy
Zouk is a nightclub, one of the hippest in Singapore, and every three months the club opens its doors during the day to host the fabulous and fashionable Zouk market. It promises to be a day of shopping and partying and is touted to be the most chic market in the land.
Address: Zouk Club, 17 Jiak Kim St.
Flea Fly Flo Fun
FLEA FLY FLO FUN was created in mid-2006 by two multi-disciplinary artistes, who indulge in sound and apparel magic, believing to provide this city with more shopping (or digging!) and groove worthy music.
Taking out money spinning thoughts, kick back for some good ole’ laugh-like-mad-cramps afternoons. With the ever-loved DJ collectives stationed behind the boombox, the crowd goes wild with their treasure digging habits!
Address: Home Club, B1-01/06, The Riverwalk, 20 Upper Circular Road
Sungei Road Thieves’ Market
The market is one of the most popular amongst residents and tourists alike and is open daily from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. It comprises of over 400 vendors selling everything from vintage trinkets to tasty food. Back in the day this was the place to buy and sell stolen goods, today everything is legitimate.
Address: Along Jalan Besar near Sungei Road, between Kelantan Road and Weld Road
MAAD Market (Market of Artists and Designers)
This is a Market of Artists And Designers. An excuse to do something more exciting with your life. A space for exhibiting, performing, selling, shopping, chit-chatting, surprising and experimenting. A much cheaper and fulfilling alternative to a country club membership. A campaign to save, support and sustain Singapore's creative souls. A chance to try something for the first time. A place that does not discriminate against pet-owners or small children.
First weekend of every month, 11 a.m.-7 p.m
Address: Red Dot Museum, 28 Maxwell Road
China Square Central
Every Sunday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m
Address: China Square Central, Levels 1 & 2, 18 Cross Street
Flea @ *Scape
Address: 2 Orchard Link Singapore 237978,
Every Saturday and Sunday, from 2pm – 8pm
There are many markets in Singapore, some pop up once in a while and others, like the ones listed above, however for the most up to date info on the flea markets of Singapore visit forfleasake.com/flea-markets