UPDATE, March 19: Bangkok's famous night market first made it's Singapore debut at The Grandstand on February 4, and was slated to run until May 3. This marks Chatuchak Night Market's first venture outside Thailand. The open-air bazaar is known for nifty and quirky wares, tasty street food and live music – all under a blanket of stars. However, due to COVID-19 concerns, Chatuchak Night Market has brought forward its closing date to March 29, with plans to resume the night market in July and August this year.
The Singapore edition features over 200 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. 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 plenty of 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. Read on here for our recommendations at the market.