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Wet markets are a great place to shop for fresh food at excellent prices, although the smells and the melting ice water on the floor can be disconcerting. A wide range of fresh vegetables, fruit, meats, fish, spices or flowers can be bought.
Generally prices are much lower than they are in the supermarkets. While a shopper can barter, it may not be well received by some stallholders as goods are already priced very low.
All wet markets open early to the public; the Senoko Fishing Port Market at Woodlands Avenue opens after midnight at 01:00 (1 am) when the bulk of the customers are stallholders in other wet markets across the island.
Generally there will be less fresh fish and very little pork (all "local" pork comes from Malaysian farms and must be ferried in) on Mondays.
Note: Supermarkets will always have stock of fresh meats and fish as they import from all over the world. Many of the products in supermarkets are imported from Australia and New Zealand.
Most of the fresh food stalls and markets close around midday; none stay open all day.
Situated in the corner of Serangoon and Rochor Road. Stalls sell everything from fresh meat, poultry, fish, vegetables, fruit, dry foods, spices, crackers and even flowers. This market is particularly good for all things Indian. Open daily. There is a food court right next to it and lots of Indian clothes, shoes and accessories on the first floor.
Smaller than KK Market, it has stalls selling lots of fresh vegetables, fruit and meats as well as dry food stuffs. It is very popular with the expatriate community. Smaller shops around the market sell grocery and household items.
Situated between the shops of Lorong Mambong and the parking lot. Smaller daily market selling fresh fruit, vegetables and meat. Renovated in 2006, it now has a small food court as well.
This market offers all the usual fresh foods. There are many other market stalls around as well.
Opposite Parkway Parade Shopping Centre on the East Coast. Wet market with fresh vegetables, fruit, meats and fish.
Fresh food market selling fresh produce and meat, poultry and fish.
Off the Central Expressway (CTE) towards Woodlands, exit Woodlands Avenue 2, Admiralty Road West this market sells fish only. It supplies traders at other wet markets and is not visited by many individuals.
Right next to the Toa Payoh MRT station, this market sells all the usual fresh produce, meat, poultry and fish.
Tiong Bahru is close to the city centre and a five minute walk from the Tiong Bahru MRT station. It has some of the best hawker stalls in Singapore and is renowned for its bird-singing aviaries. The market is divided into several sections including: meats, vegetables, Chinese groceries, flowers, fruits, cooked food and clothes.
Offers a wide variety of fruit, vegetables and meat.
Situated in the Singapore Malay community. This market has two levels, with a wet market selling all sorts of fresh produce on the ground floor, and a food centre on the second floor.
One of the most famous wet markets in Singapore, selling fresh fruit, vegetables, spices and meat.