Question

Where can I find the night market in Singapore?

Where exactly in Singapore is its night market that sell cheap stuff? What time does it open and close? Thanks!

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Country: Singapore

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The one I think you're looking for is the Chinatown Night Market.. Although there are various markets and stalls open around the city... especially near the Hawker centers..

Opening hours are:
Mon-Thurs, Sun & Public Holidays: 5pm – 11pm
Fri, Sat & Eve of Public Holidays: 5pm – 1am

Location:
Pagoda Street, Trengganu Street and Sago Street
Nearest MRT station is "Chinatown" (North-East Line #4)
and follow the Pagoda Street signs

If you want further information feel free to email me or check out the Visitor information site..



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Anton
well, theres not actual night market here in singapore, but there are markets similiar to night markets here..

1) Bugis Village (3pm - 12 midnight)
houses many many (i suppose 100 stalls or more) stalls selling cheap items from clothes to accessories, theres even good food found in there
to get there : BUGIS MRT

2) MUSTAFA shopping center (24hrs)

3) Chinatown markets (peoples park and peoples park center) theres plenty of stalls there too..

cheers
It depends on the occasion and places. As for the timing it also have too see where it is. Some place open frm 6pm until 10pm while some open from 11am until 10pm.
Hi,

There is also a Malay night Market called Geylang Serai. The restaurants and shops specialising in Malay cuisine and ethnic goods, arts and crafts can be found there.

Opening hours
Malay Village, 10.00 am - 10.00 pm (daily)

Getting There
Take the MRT to Paya Lebar Station (EW8) and walk towards Geylang Road.

For souvenirs buying, Bugis Village and Chinatown will be a better place for buying T-shirts, bag, sunshade and lots of accessories.

Remember to ask for discount or lower prices as they are negotiable.

Cheers!
You can check out Bugis Street Night markets. They are just opposite the Bugis MRT station. They are open all year round except for Chinese New Year
Ocassionally, if yo happen to visit us during the festive periods like Chinese New Year, Hari Raya, there are night markets in Chiaatown & part so Geylang
Hi there, a few night Shoppping Centres would be Bugis Street , Mustafa Centre (24 Hours) and Chinatown.
Should you need someone to guide / show you around, drop me an email at for more details. =)
Hi,

We do not have night markets stationed at a particular place.
They are now sort of roving night markets,they will move from housing estates to housing estates on a monthly basis.
Another alternative is Mustafa Centre,located off Serangoon Road & they are open 24hrs. U can get cheap stuff from Chinatown too but u need to be able to bargain. Bugis Street also has lots of small outlets offering a gd variety of stuff.
Hope u'll find what u need. Happy Shopping. :o)
Chinatown night markets are my very first picks in Singapore.

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