5 Flea Markets in Singapore to Explore with Your Family

Singapore may be small but there are definitely no lack of interesting activities. Individuals with hearts for entrepreneurship and social causes have championed initiatives to organize different forms of flea markets to appeal to the masses. What an appeal and awareness they achieved. We never know such flea markets exist until we discover them. Let’s check them out.

#1 – SINGAPORE REALLY REALLY FREE MARKET (SRRFM)

The Singapore Really Really Free Market is a temp market where everything is free. It’s so hard to convince a Singaporean that it’s possible to receive a free item or service. Literally. But it’s true. Nothing is for sale and everything is shared free at the events. Anyone with stuff or skills to share are welcome to, and if you find something you want, you’re welcome to take it. The next session is expected to be in February 2016. Stay tune at its Facebook for the latest update.

[Image Credit: Singapore Really Really Free Market (SRRFM)]

#2 – MARKET OF ARTISTS AND DESIGNERS (MAAD)

 The monthly MAAD, or Market of Artists and Designers, falls on the first or second Friday from 5pm to midnight. Hosted by The Red Dot Design Museum Singapore, it focuses on original creations by local artists, designers and crafters, with local bands performing and DJs spinning.

Red Dot Design Museum
28 Maxwell Road, 069120

[Image Credit: Red Dot Design Museum Singapore]

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#3 – CHINA SQUARE CENTRAL FLEA MARKET

Have a penchant for collectible items? This weekly flea market (every Sunday from 11am to 6pm @ Level 1 & 2) is where you can find antiques, old watches, locks, toys, collectibles and items that bring you back to the memory lane. For rental of booth, please contact Mr. Michael Poh at 9856 8683.

China Square Central
18 Cross Street, 048423

[Image Credit: Tripadvisor]

#4 – BOUTIQUE FAIRS SINGAPORE

Boutiques at The Pit Building – the original curated boutiques fair with more than 120 exquisite bespoke designers and independent businesses. Apparels, jewelry, bags, lifestyle products, home decor collectibles are what you can expect to find here. Proceeds from the event are also contributed to the less fortunate. To book a stall, please email boutiques.singapore@gmail.com

F1 Pit Building
1 Republic Blvd, 038975

[Image Credit: Boutique Fairs Singapore]

#5 – KRANJI COUNTRYSIDE FARMERS’ MARKET

The Kranji Countryside Farmers’ Market is an authentic local farmers’ market held every quarter. All the more we should support local produce. After visiting a farmers market in Gold Coast, we fell very much in love with this concept.

The Kranji Countryside Association (KCA) is the organizer of the Kranji Countryside Farmers’ Market. What a fantastic job it has done. It has been growing from strength to strength as large crowd gather in every event. The farmers’ market is an event for the whole family. Connect with them at their website and Facebook.

240 Neo Tiew Crescent

[Image Credit: Kranji Countryside Farmers’ Market]

We’re definitely looking forward to check out the Kranji Countryside Farmers’ Market, how about you?

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