The Popular Bangkok Night Market Comes to Singapore
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The Popular Bangkok Night Market Comes to Singapore

It's only a matter of time until Bangkok's famous night market makes its way here. Lucky for us, we don't have to wait too long – Chatuchak Night Market Singapore opens for business at The Grandstand from February 4 to May 3, marking the market's first venture outside Thailand. 

The Singapore edition features over 400 different vendors that rotate every week so that you can always experience something different. Expect all the things we love about the Bangkok market – quirky handicrafts, whimsical wardrobe additions, gorgeous home decor pieces, and more interesting wares that spark joy.

Keterangan Gambar (© Pemilik Gambar)
Keterangan Gambar (© Pemilik Gambar)

Bag a sketchbook tee from Chapter One, movie-inspired art from Akemprovisart, made-to-order frock from Itthikorn, handcrafted ceramics from Aa ar ie ee Studio, and handmade jewellery from Lamiad Selected Silver, among others.

Hungry visitors can join the queue at over 200 stalls for street food and for those looking to kick back and relax, there are over 400 seats for lounging around the area. Whet your appetite with Chatuchak's famous barbecue octopus from king octopus, pad thai from Phadthai Sukhothai Baanna, vegetarian snacks made from purple potatoes from Tomoko, and more. Crack a cold one from Chang Beer while you're at it, and say sawadee at Chatuchak Market Singapore.

There are seats for you to rest

When you want to rest your fatigued legs or enjoy good food, there are 400 seats for visitors to grab a beer and enjoy good food, the ultimate Thai chillax way to spend an evening.

Image: Facebook/Chatuchaksingapore
Image: Facebook/Chatuchaksingapore


Free parking and shuttle rides to and from the venue

Drive in and enjoy free parking, or take the convenient shuttles that take you here directly.

Preventive measures in light of the coronavirus outbreak

The organisers will be conducting temperature screening daily for all vendors prior to operations. There will also be extra checks will be done for vendors handling food in accordance with Singapore Food Agency guidelines.

Temperature screening booths will also be set up at the entrances of Chatuchak Night Market for the public.

source: Yahoo Style Singapore | Timeout | Asia One 


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