Our round up of the best markets happening this month. Besides independent labels, local makers and artisans, you can also find markets and sales with the best deals for you to get bang for your buck.
Obsessing over all things vintage? Fuel that craze at this vintage market. Peruse through curated collections of menswear, womenswear, fine jewellery, shoes, advertisement signs, vinyls, eyewear and more - if you’re lucky, maybe even pick up a treasure or two.
With baak fo literally translating to 'one hundred items' in Chinese and the word kongsi - 'to share' in Malay, make your way to this ‘supermarket’ where each vendor will share and showcase up to a maximum of one hundred curated items. Expect to find your travel basics, personal accessories, homeware, stationery and more. Rifle through collections by Art, My Foot, Coralc Atelier Co, Hammer & Stone, Medium Rare Store, Mossery, SlowSoaps.com and others.
The It’s Just A Thing market serves as a place where you can search, explore and buy art pieces by various local artists. Featuring artists include Liew Kwai Fei and Minstrel Kuik, Daniel Chong, Ohsum Mossum Terrariums, The Ricecooker Archives and many more. The event is free, but we suggest bringing some money with you in case anything may tickle your fancy.
In celebration of its 15th anniversary, HOMEDEC will be bringing you the HOMEDEC Salebration, where you can expect to find items such as furniture, electronics, building materials and more at promotional prices. There will also be a Showhome (with life-sized show units) and a discussion forum. So don’t miss this chance to spruce up your home without breaking the bank.
It's almost like digging through your grandfather's well-curated collection of gems; this secondhand market at Ah Gong House peddles items such as cassettes (score a Michael Learns to Rock, Billy Joel or Kitarō album), Mr Potato Head figurines, rolls of film, analog cameras, tote bags and more. Sit down for a cuppa and dessert at Ah Gong House after your shopping.