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     Singapore Shopping

       Fleamarts & Bazaars


     CENTRAL MALL  (Across the river from Clarke Quay)



     It now has slightly more than thirty stalls selling bric-a brac and other rare local knick-knacks, such as old records.

     Happens every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm - 10pm

     76 Telok Ayer Street Singapore  Tel: (65) 6532 7868


     SENTOSA SQUARE  (next to the Ferry Terminal Building)

     It's a Night Bazaar.

     Prowl through curios, collectibles, handicrafts...

     Enjoy buskers, traditional artists and other treasures.

     Happens on Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays from 6.30pm - 9.30pm.


     STADIUM COVE   Singapore's largest lifestyle village

     Stadium Waterfront, next to Singapore Indoor Stadium

     More than 100 stalls in gazebo tents selling artistic and exotic things

     Every Saturday & Sunday 4pm - 11pm all year round

     2 Stadium Walk Singapore

     Free shuttle bus services available from: Cityhall MRT Station exit (opposite Capitol building) (1) 1730hrs  (2) 1830hrs (3) 1930hrs (4) 2030hrs

     NEW! Stadium Waterfront opens on 1 Dec 2001

     Weekend bazaar



     This Saturday street market, named 2nd Hand Fashion & Jumble Bazaar, takes place along Tanglin Mall's covered walkways.

     It now has about 54 stalls selling antiques, collectibles (e.g. stamps, phonecards, MRT cards, bank notes, Coke collectibles, etc.) curios, 2nd hand books, 2nd hand CDs/ records, 2nd hand toys & 2nd hand fashionwear (e.g. clothes, shoes, bags & accessories)

     Happens every 1st & 3rd Saturday of the month from 5pm to 11pm.

     Tanglin Mall 163 Tanglin Road Tel: (65) 6736 4922

     Tanglin Mall's Night Bazaar renamed 2nd Hand Fashion & Jumble Bazaar



     Pitt Street, Pasar Lane & Larut Road

     Beside Sim Lim Tower in Jalan Besar

     It's a modest rebirth of the old Thieves' Market at the same location


     News Snippets



Secondhand Goods Dealers Bill 2007 passed

"The current Act does not cover dealers operating without a shop. We recognise that many secondhand goods dealers today actually carry on their business via other means, such as on the Internet, or in an open-air setting like Sungei Road. This is unacceptable, as thieves and robbers will simply get rid of their loot through these other dealers who do not have a shop-front...
"MHA is hence widening the coverage of the law to include those dealers who do not operate within a shop. However, in keeping with the emphasis on a sharper regulatory focus, only dealers who trade in secondhand goods that are listed in the Schedule will come under the ambit of the Act..."



Discontinued bazaars:

Great World City:

It started on 22 March 2003. Items sold were new items such as original self-made items, fashion, accessories, arts, crafts & gifts which were not found in stores in the shopping centre itself.

Happened every fortnightly on Saturday and Sunday from 12pm - 11pm. Vendors paid S$80 for a weekend's rental (Sat/Sun) and provided their own canvas for the ground. No tables & chairs allowed.

1 Kim Seng Promenade Singapore

The Substation:

Held every last Friday of the month. Time:  6pm to 10pm. Venue:     The Substation, 45 Armenian Street, Off Stamford Rd (National Library).