Located in downtown Shenton Way, Lau Pa Sat has its roots as Singapore’s first and oldest wet market. Built in the mid 18th century, it is now one of Singapore’s few national monuments, and no more a wet market, but a bustling hawker centre.
On weekdays, the multitude of food stalls, beer gardens, and fast-food joints gets thronged by the working class thanks to reasonably priced not-too-bad food in the heart of the Central Business District. On weekends however, the road beside Lau Pa Sat gets closed, tables and chairs sprout, rows of satay and seafood stalls mushrooms, and tourists and locals can enjoy sumptuous dinners in the heart of the CBD.
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