A flea market is a place that sells a broad range of used goods, with a variety of conditions. Usually, we have to be smart to choose the products while shopping at a flea market because not all items here are still eligible to Buy. Payment can only be made by using cash, so bring enough money if the purpose of shopping here. Here is top 10 most famous flea market in Singapore, and suitable for tourists as a tourism object

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  1. Zouk Flea and Easy Market

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This market is located on Jiak Kim Street (Havelock Road – Kim Seng Road), this market is held every three months, on Sunday at 14:00 until 19:00. In this market, there are more than 60 sellers of various goods ranging from used clothing to antiques such as bags, ornaments, accessories, shoes, purses, and others.

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  1. Lime Flea Market

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This market held every two months at Scape, the building next to Cathay Orchard Cineleisure). Goods sold such as jewelry, clothing, and handbags.

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  1. Maad

    maad flea market singapore

Located in the Red Dot Design Museum, Maxwell Road, the market is open every Sunday from 11:00 to 19:00. Goods sold are common products such as shoes, bags, clothes, accessories, and toys.

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  1. Flea Day

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Flea Market Day held at Timbre Bistro, 45 Armenian Street (The Substation Garden) with an uncertain time, but usually, held Saturday at 19:00 until midnight.

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  1. Tanglin Mall

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Along the way in addition to Tanglin Mall which is located in Tanglin Road-Orchard, also organized thrift bazaar on Saturday and the first and third weeks of each month. Bazaar held from 15:00 until 23:00. The goods may be sold here is the product of used clothing and accessories.

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  1. Central Mall

    central mall singapore

Central Mall is located across the Clarke Quay river and is open every day of the week from 09.00 until 18.00. Here sells a variety of second-hand goods, but there is also a new item for sale. This market sells clothes, toys, ancient coins, stamps, records, books, and other collectibles.

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  1. Far East Square

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This place is located at 76 Telok Ayer Street, right next to Raffles Place MRT station. There are more than 30 vendors at flea markets, which usually sells rare items such as CDs, books, and other special collections. This market is open every Saturday and Sunday starting at 12:00 until 22:00

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  1. Sentosa Square

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Sentosa Square is located next to the terminal HarbourFront. Bazar is usually carried out at night. In this market, there are various goods and unique collections such as watches, accessories, old-fashioned toys, etc. This flea market is open 18:00 until 22:00 every Friday, Saturday and Sunday

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  1. Stadium Cove

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Stadium Cove is located in Waterfront Stadium, next to the Singapore Indoor Stadium. Stadium Cove became the biggest lifestyle symbol place in Singapore. More than 100 stalls are selling exotic goods and artistic. This market is open every Saturday and Sunday 16:00 to 23:00. To reach this place, we can use the free bus from the station Cityhall at 17:30, 18:30, and 20:30

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  1. Thieves’ Market Sungei Road

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This flea market is the only flea market is open every day. This market is located between Pitt Street, Pasar Lane and Late Road, which is also adjacent to Sim Lim Tower. This market is very crowded because it is open every day so that the number of visitors who come to this place tends to be stable. This market is a favorite place for the citizens of China, India, Bangladesh, and Indonesia

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Here is the end of this article. Hope you enjoy and earn valuable information for enhancing your holiday trip to Singapore. You can check our best ten lists of anything in Singapore here