The Best Flea Markets in Singapore
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Unique Gems for Cheap: The Best Flea Markets in Singapore

While we want to spend our days shopping on Orchard Road, the reality is that a lot of us can’t afford this. Stores these days can get really pricey, so sometimes, we have to avoid shopping altogether, much to our dismay.

Luckily, there is an alternative to the typical retail store: the flea market. Flea markets sell secondhand products of all kinds—clothes, home decor, and even jewelry—and the best part is these products are sold at cheap prices!

So, next time you feel the mood to shop in Singapore, hit up any of these flea markets instead. You never know what valuable gems you’ll find without breaking the bank.

Top 15 Flea Markets in Singapore

Curbside Crafters

— From: supercalicraftlistics

Where: 730 North Bridge Rd, Floor 1, Singapore 198698


  • Tuesday to Sunday—11 am to 7:30 pm
  • Closed on Monday

Contact Number: +6588891730


Quirky and adorable artsy products—that’s what you’ll find at Curbside Crafters. This lifestyle marketplace features a curated selection of crafters and creatives, so the items you’ll find here are unique and handmade.

Aside from selling cute handcrafted items, Curbside Crafters also has pop-up shops for food and beverage establishments. So, while you’re shopping, you can buy something to snack on.

Sometimes, there are workshops held here. If something interests you, why not join it and learn new things?

Public Garden

— From: minifanfan

Where: Suntec Convention Hall 405–406, Level 4, Suntec Convention and Exhibition Center, 1 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039593

When: Every December (exact date and time to be determined every year)


When the Christmas season rolls around, celebrate the holiday cheer at the Public Garden Christmas market. 

In this flea market, you’ll be able to discover one-of-a-kind items from independent brands. Because of this, browsing here is almost as fun as shopping; plus, this is your perfect chance to buy last-minute gifts for everyone!

Public Garden also holds consumer trade shows throughout the year. If you’d like to see what products will be unveiled in these shows, feel free to attend them whenever you can. 

The Luggage Market

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Where: Aperia Mall L1, 12 Kallang Avenue, Singapore 339511

When: Every Sunday, 11 am to 6 pm


No, The Luggage Market isn’t a flea market centered around selling luggage. Instead, you’re buying things from people’s luggage!

The whole idea of The Luggage Market is to promote a sustainable fashion movement, which is why most items sold here are secondhand clothes. But sometimes, you can also find other stuff like sneakers and bags. 

Additionally, you can also book a booth here if you are planning to clean out your closet. There is a booking fee, but if you want to save money, you can share a booth—and the fee—with a friend. 

The Hammock Market

— From: lisaintanc

Where: Aperia Mall L1, 12 Kallang Avenue, Singapore 339511

When: Every Saturday, 11 am to 6 pm

The Hammock Market is another flea market hosted in Aperia Mall. Just like The Luggage Market, this one features fashion items ranging from clothes to accessories, making it perfect for people who want to work on their style. 

Aside from clothes, this flea market has something for home decor lovers. You might be able to score a vintage mug or an adorable art print to hang on your wall at home!


— From: mabelhomes73

Where: To be determined every year

When: Several times yearly, dates to be announced


Ever find yourself wanting to buy from a world-famous brand but you just can’t justify the price? Well, FleaWhere just might be the flea market for you!

Many people who have gone to FleaWhere have been able to find pre-loved items from local and international brands like Love, Bonito and Nike. 

The great thing about FleaWhere is that it has multiple dates and locations every year. So, if you miss out on one date, you can always try again the next time around.

The Southern Depot by Sunday Social 

— From: sundaysocialmarket

Where: 47 Malan Road

When: To be determined every year

Discover works by new artists at The Southern Depot by Sunday Social. This flea market is all about supporting local artists, so you can find a lot of artisanal and eco-conscious products. 

The last time I visited this market, I found handcrafted jewelry and a quirky art print I used to decorate my home. There were also locally designed clothes, perfect for aspiring fashionistas out there. 

Market Gaia Guni

— From: hj.shoots

Where: 200 Woodlands Industrial Park E7, Singapore 75177

When: Every Saturday and Sunday, public holiday—12 pm to 8 pm

Back in the day, the Sungei Road Thieves’ Market was all the rage, but in 2017, it stopped operating. But don’t worry. You can still somewhat experience this flea market because many original vendors have moved to Market Gaia Guni.

What I love about Market Gaia Guni is that browsing the items here genuinely feels like going on a treasure hunt. Almost everywhere I look is a selection of vintage items—from old-school tapes to antique coins!

If you’re a musician, you might get lucky and find a cool ukulele and guitar that has been around for a long time. These instruments are also sold for cheap—what a steal!

Vintage Flea Market by The Retro Factory

— From: theretrofactorysg

Where: Katong Square, 88 East Coast Road, Singapore 423371

When: To be determined every year

Are you on the hunt for a vintage watch? Or maybe you just want to find an ancient trinket to decorate your whole? 

Whatever your goal is, you should stop by the Vintage Flea Market at Katong Square. 

This flea market is one of the largest, so there’s so much to discover. Sellers are bringing items that have been lost in time or are from their personal collections; items like vinyl records and rare collectibles are everywhere!

Weekend Garden

Where: Claymore Connect, Level 1 and 1M, 442 Orchard Road, Singapore 238879

When: July 22–23 and 29–30, 1 to 8 pm


Weekend Garden is an all-in-one kind of flea market. There’s a wide variety of stuff here, including fashion items, vintage knickknacks, and creative items made by local artists. 

Book lovers will also be delighted with the fact that there’s a section dedicated to pre-loved books. The selection has been pretty interesting, I’ve noticed; there are children’s books and local literature I’ve never heard of.

If you’re planning to get rid of a few personal possessions, you might be interested in donating some of them here. 

Weekenders Market

— From: semula_asia

Where: Jurong Playgrounds, 2 Jurong Gateway Road

When: Once every month, 9 am to 6 pm

At first glance, Weekenders Market is just like any other flea market: it has several booths selling handcrafted jewelry items and other items you don’t normally find in mainstream retail stores. 

But what makes this market stand out is that it’s actually pet-friendly. In fact, there are various stores selling exclusively pet products; your furry friends are also free to run around the playground. 

Around the corner from the market, there’s a water park for dogs. You can just drop off your fur babies there while shopping in the market. 

Singapore Really Really Free Market

— From: urbanexplorersofsingapore

Where: To be determined every year

When: Multiple timings every year, to be determined

Yes, you read that right. The Singapore Really Really Free Market is all about items that you can get for free!

The items, mostly clothes, are usually laid out on a blanket on the ground, and you’re free to rummage through everything until you find something that you like. Because everything is free, expect to find several people rummaging with you. 

Free isn’t just reserved for physical items. You can also get a few services, like haircuts and tarot readings, without paying anything!

Alternative Fashion Fair

— From: fashionresetsg

Where: Nanyang Technological University Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan Building, CoHASS Foyer, 48 Nanyang Avenue, Singapore 639818

When: Multiple timings every year, to be determined

For all the aspiring fashionistas out there, don’t miss out on the Alternative Fashion Fair. Hosted by Fashion Reset, this flea market encourages people to support upcycled designs. 

Most of the clothes featured in this shop are curated for Gen Z youngsters, so you’ll find a lot of colorful tops, bottoms, and accessories. 

Another thing you can do is sign up for the free clothes swap. You just have to bring up to five articles of clothing to swap; once your clothes are deemed good enough, you can get inside the shop and find pre-loved goodies. 

PlayDate Thrift Market

Where: To be determined every year

When: Multiple timings every year, to be determined

Another flea market that fashionistas will love is the PlayDate Thrift Market. This one features more than 5,000 preloved articles of clothing, and they all vary in terms of styles and sizes. 

To get into the shop, you need to purchase a ticket, which also entitles you to a certain number of clothing items. For example, the cheapest ticket lets you get five articles of clothing, while the most expensive gives you 20.

These tickets are usually shareable too, so feel free to bring a friend who also wants to find thrifted gems.

Blogshop Clearance

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Where: Suntec Convention Center Concourse Level 3

When: Usually in November or December every year

Christmas is the season for giving, which is why Blogshop Clearance happens around this time of year. This bazaar is filled with more than 60 shops selling their items for a fraction of the usual price. 

Many of the visitors here are families shopping for gifts for their children because toys are abundant. You can also find several beauty and lifestyle items like perfumes; I buy them in hordes because they’re so cheap here!

So Gelam Market

— From: seriouslyhandmade

Where: So Gelam Market, Baghdad Street, Kampong Glam, Singapore

When: Every Saturday and Sunday

Every weekend, So Gelam Market becomes a haven for thrifters who are constantly on the lookout for hidden gems. The clothes, in particular, are always a winner because they’re so colorful and cheap—an unbeatable combination!

Aside from clothes, this flea market also features handcrafted beauty products, pins and cushions, stuffed toys, and many more. There are even stalls selling homemade snacks!

Wonders truly never cease when exploring the countless stalls in So Gelam Market.