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This bazaar starts as early as 7pm depending on the area/ street. I started my journey from the Hua Mui Kopitiam's corner, working myself in. Little did i know that the bazaar itself has spread to Tan Hiok Nee street near Chaiwalla & Co cafe....More
i dont know why they call it bazar karat? i dont see any old or antique item sold here, the concept is more to pasar malam where you can find cheap shirt, foods, fruits and other things, strategic location and nearby to utc mall and...More
A lively place on weekend nights and best to be visited after 9 or maybe even later. The street is flooding with hawkers selling cheap stuff including clothes, shoes, accessories, food, drinks, toys and much more. There was even a haircut stall and henna design...More
Like other night markets but with quirkier things like loud car stickers and independent clothing brands. There was a live band. Advisable to come with public transport since parking is hard and the traffic gets worse through the night.
Used to be the place to buy old items. Now it is a night market like at other places. You can buy clothes, food, fruits, bags and other similar items at other night markets. Something extra is the performance by musicians and singers for the...More
The night market has many stalls for clothing, fruits, digital items, shoes, etc. The prices are cheaper than the shops in city centre. Friendly people and price negotiation is possible.
At the end (or start) of the market there is a bridge. Cross over and...More