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Sungei Road Thieves Market is one of the best and most popular flea markets in Singapore among tourists and locals alike, with more than 400 vendors.Sungei Road Thieves Market is one of the best and most popular flea markets in Singapore among...more
Singapore is not a cheap place to visit and this is not a must see market, I would recommend China Town of some of the local arcades for cheap tourist type junk, if your looking for some brand names head to Orchard Rd
Fantastic place to buy or just linger and soak up the retro vibe of by gone objects,, masses of black and white , sepia photographs ,, of yesteryear Singapore,,
Did try to haggle for two items , but prices were a little high, and no...More
I have been visiting this place quite frequently during the last few years and more so in the last few months since announcement of its closure. At times, I leave without buying anything. But on a good day I can end up with quite a...More
Sungei Road Thieves Market is located between 2 roads namely Pitt Road and Larut Road. These 2 roads closed to traffic 1pm - 7pm daily. For market and pedestrians only. Good for a sunny day.
Visited the market at 6.30pm on Sunday evening. Some stalls...More
We read about this place on line before going and went with reasonably high expectations, having read about the history etc..
Sadly it now seems that the land that the market used to be on has now been taken over for the building of new...More
Behind the simple setup lies a place full of charm and history, all sorts of knick knacks and old gold can be found as long as you are patient enough to sift through the other junk.
Hang around long enough and you might even found...More
It's a flea market. Old people old stuff. A unique history of Singapore. Soon by July 2017 the thieves market have to stop operating. Catch one last time before it's all gone. A sight of Singapore that you don't see