Singapore’s first municipal market, Telok Ayer Market, now renamed Lau Pa Sat, is an architecturally impressive food court offering an extensive variety of Asian cuisines and is a favorite lunch venue for locals. Originally commissioned by Raffles in 1822 on reclaimed land, the elegant octagonal cast-iron structure was designed by James MacRitchie and shipped over from a Glasgow foundry in 1894. It was declared a national monument in 1973. The market was dismantled during MRT tunnel construction and was later painstakingly reassembled. The adjacent Boon Tat Street is closed off to traffic in the evenings for traditional hawker stalls to set tip shop.

 

How to go to Lau Pa Sat Singapore

Lau Pa Sat Singapore

Address: 18 Raffles Quay

Nearest MRT: Raffles Place

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