Originally an abattoir in the early 1900s at its initial site closer to Sungei Road, Tekka Centre in its present incarnation at the corner of Buffalo, Race Course and Serangoon Roads presents a far more appetising prospect. Now home to one of the best wet markets in town with a greater offering of halal-slaughtered meats than most, the pasar’s adjoining food centre has become a hawker institution offering great grub from a range of cuisines.
Whether you're looking to stock up on fresh produce at home, refresh your closet for cheap, on a lookout for cool vintage memorabilia or just like to look like pretty things, these are the best markets in Singapore to keep on your radar. Best of all, these either stay open everyday or throw a pop-up flea on the regular.
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