Tiong Bahru Wet Market - Singapore
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Directions to Tiong Bahru Wet Market
On Seng Poh Road stands the three-storey Tiong Bahru Market, the fourth largest wet market in Singapore. On the first floor you'll find Tiong Bahru wet market, which is well ventilated and easy to circulate. This is the place for really fresh vegetables, flowers, seafood and meat.
For the hungry ones, head to Tiong Bahru hawker centre on the 2nd floor for mouth-watering and wallet-firendly local food. Get your fix of Lor Mee at Tiong Bahru Lor Mee (#02-80) or at 178 Lor Mee (#02-58) for the version with shark meat. For Char Kway Teow go to Tiong Bahru Char Kway Teow (#02-11) else try Hong Heng Fried Sotong Prawn Mee's speciality (stall 02-01). Chwee Kueh are the best at Tiong Bahru Mian Jian Kueh (#02-34) and Jian Bo Shui Kueh (#02-05). And if you're ready for something really unique, ask for a Pig's Organ Soup at Koh Brothers Pig's Organ Soup (#02-29).
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