The most Instagrammable pop-up market is back – that's right, we're talking about pastel shipping container shops decked out in fairy lights, airmocks to lounge on and lots of photogenic #OOTD spots all around. Artbox is back bigger and better (for real) because this year's edition is almost three times the size of last year's with over 400 retail and food & drink stalls, including a fun zone (there are a foam ball pit and old-school arcade, you guys). Here's what to expect.
Artbox is on at Bayfront Event Space from May 25-27 and June 1-3 from 3pm to 11pm.
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Shop 'til you drop
Cat inspired tea from Kittea
Cat lovers, you'll absolutely love the cat inspired teas from Kittea – even if tea isn't, err, your cup of tea. With names like British Shorthair and Calico, how can you not? $8 for a tin.
Custom rubber stamps from Craftfeteria
Names on rubber stamps? Pff. This Bangkok-based workshop can carve faces on rubber stamps. Who needs a photo when you can stamp your face on everything.
Clay face masks from By Eggs
Here's a really delicious sounding skincare product you'll want to slather your face with – gelato-inspired clay face masks. By Eggs makes a variety of 'flavours', so to speak, for different skin types and concerns. $32.
Mini plants from The Chlorofeel Shop
Spruce up your life with some super cute mini green plants from The Chlorofeel Shop. There are indoor air plants, terrariums and very quirky sounding 'Japanese moss balls' – whatever those are.
Noms to your heart's content
Lychee milk tea from Soi 47
Thai milk tea? Been there, done there. Try the iced lychee milk tea from Soi 47 – it's this Thai brand's first time at Artbox. You'll definitely need a refreshing drink after battling the crowds.
Big ass chicken skewer from The Beast
Big ass chicken skewer (their words, not ours). 'Nuff said. We like it. Another! $10, comes with choice of three sauces.
Mead beer from Plan B Asia
Let's be honest, it's gonna be hot. And no pop-up market is complete without downing an icy cold one. Plan B Asia can help you out with that. $12 for one bottle, $55 for a pack of six.
Thai-style fried pork from Happy Fried
The Thai section is filled with the usual grub (mango sticky rice, coconut ice cream – you know the drill) but zoom straight in on this fried pork skewer. $2 for one, $5 for three.