Grow Sumo May 17

Sungei Road Thieves’ Market

A step back in time, Sungei Road Thieves’ Market is not Singapore’s most glamorous location (as the name would suggest) but it is a great flea market, and an excellent place for retro homeware and electronics. If you’re looking for things that are vintage and a little bit off-beat, this is an excellent place to start.

Daily 11am-7pm
Jalan Besar near Sungei Road, between Kelantan Road and Weld Road

Zouk Flea & Easy

Trendy nightclub by night, hip flea market by day (on some Sundays, anyway), Zouk is an eclectic market with a good line in both vintage and branded goods, with hipster clothing and quirky homeware prominent. DJs play tunes and you can grab a drink and a bite to eat too.

Quarterly on Sundays 2–7pm
7 Jiak Kim Street

Flea Fly Flo Fun

An indie-style market for those looking for trendy clothing and off-beat bric-a-brac, Flea Fly Flo Fun is smaller than some other markets in town, but no less interesting for that. Local DJs spin tunes to get you in the mood.

Twice monthly (days vary)
Home Club
B1-01/06, The Riverwalk
20 Upper Circular Road

MAAD Market (Market of Artists and Designers)

Original designs, retro fashion, books and furniture are just some of what you can cast your eye over at this market located at the Red Dot Design Museum. A family-friendly and pet-friendly night market, with an ultra-trendy vibe, look to pick up plenty of quality hand-made objects by local artists, too.

First Friday of every month
5pm–12 midnight
Red Dot Design Museum
28 Maxwell Road

China Square Central

Retro heaven, with antiques, vintage clothing and toys, pop culture artifacts, and a specialist comic section on level 2. Both new and second-hand editions, and a range of collectibles, too. Be prepared to bargain.

Every Sunday
11am-6pm
China Square Central
18 Cross Street

Public Garden

A place for small-scale businesses and independent creatives to sell their wares, you can find plenty of wild and wacky homeware, funky vintage clothing, and tasty homemade snacks as well.

Twice monthly
1–7pm
Old Hill Street Police Station and National Museum of Singapore

Sunday Artist Market (SAM)

A very artsy market space, with photography and contemporary art to the fore, as well as stalls selling vintage and modern jewelry. Lovely relaxed atmosphere with tunes playing, live graffiti shows and artists sketching portraits and caricatures.

Bi-monthly
1–6pm
The Vault
237 South Bridge Road

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