I’m sure all of you have heard of Chatuchak Bangkok, but have you heard of Chatuchak Singapore? That’s right, Chatuchak has landed in Singapore and this is the first time it’s been brought out of Thailand.
Chatuchak Singapore hosts more than 400 different vendors, with at least one-third of the vendors being flown in from Thailand specifically for this event. It’s slated to be around for three months, but it may be a permanent event depending on its popularity here. Individual vendors may change every two weeks to a month, so make your way down quickly!
Chatuchak Singapore will be held at The Grandstand South Carpark along Turf Club Road, from now till 3 May 2020.
With so many options available, choosing what to eat can be difficult. To make things easier for you when you visit, here’s a list of six must-try food stalls for your virgin Chatuchak Singapore experience.
1. Phad Thai Vanna
Phad thai is a quintessential Thai dish hails from the province of Sukhothai, and is ruled one of the best of its kind in the country by OTOP, a local entrepreneurship stimulus program which aims to support the unique locally made and marketed products of each