Punggol Wet Market | Singapore

Who say one Punggol doesn’t have wet market?

As one of few youngest estates in the city state country, many people who stays in Punggol – the Punggolites themselves & me included – unaware when one is asking them whether Punggol has wet market or not. Most of us doubt if Punggol has one. Even searching on Google Maps will return you nothing (the search was done as of 5th January 2019).

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This is 2019 but somehow Punggol Wet Market is not appearing on Google Maps! (Search done on 5th Jan 2019)

Well, I was doubting until I’ve seen it myself. So for everyone sake, yes Punggol does have wet market.

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Punggol Wet Market Location and Address

It’s located in East side of Punggol, next to the Coral Edge LRT.

To be exact, Punggol Wet Market is located at 168 Punggol Field, B1, Singapore 820168 – in between Punggol Plaza and Punggol 21 Community Club.

Here’s the address on Google Maps:

What’s sold here in Punggol Wet Market

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Punggol Wet Market look and feel: The entrance, vegies and fruits, household appliances, flowers and many more

You’ll find a typical what a wet market normally sells. There’s meat and fish shops, vegetables and fruits shops, alteration shops, in addition there’s also flower shop. Oh, HALAL meat is also sold here in Punggol Wet Market.

Here’s why people shop in wet market and why you probably want to give it a try too

While most people are shifting to supermarket or even shopping their groceries online, but still many people are looking for shopping at the wet market.

Being smelly and wet – thus the name wet market, today’s Singapore wet markets are far from that image. It’s way more clean, less smelly (they are not using Air-conditioning that’s the reason for the smell when fish, chicken and all spices get along together), and not wet at all.

Bargainable, cheaper, customizable, and the seller know your preferences are some of reasons why people are still shopping their groceries on a wet market. On top of it, you can make new friends with the sellers and neighborhoods – something you can’t get from a supermarket nor a online shop!

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