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Thieves Flea Market @ Sungei Road, Singapore, Singapore City

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  • City center
Distance from city center: 0.4mi
shehnas's pictureby shehnas Shopping travel tip
added on the 11th of May, 2011
This place is the place to go for those who would like to go for a treasure hunt, for all types of items, as the saying “one’s man rubbish, is another man’s treasure”. This is definitely the place to go where that statement plays true. You are able to get anything, usually pre-loved, from old clothes, shoes, toys, CDs, antiques, old gadgets, collectibles, old electronics and home appliance parts are the most common seen though. Though the condition of the items are generally questionable, you are able to find the occasional antique or treasure that requires some work on your part, at a pretty much reasonable price.

Sungei Road, near Rochor Road

Bargain (From as cheap as SGD$1)

Opening Hours:
Open Daily from 11:00am – 6:00pm. But the best times to visit are on weekend afternoons.

How to get there:
Take the MRT to Bugis Station. Walk on Rochor Road until you hit the junction with Jalan Besar. Turn left and you'll see the flea market.

Phone number:

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