Local Wet Market

24 Jan 2011 – Life in the Neighbourhood

Colourful beans of some sort and a strange-looking squash costing over S$20 which is used more for worshipping than eating!

An electrical coconut grater, fruits, veggies and fish vendors.

Good eateries, flea and flower markets and ground-level shop houses.

24/7 Neighbourhood watch which I once called about 10yrs ago and they were at the doorsteps in less than 5mins, 24/7 shop n save grocery store and a not quite but nearly 24/7 mama shop with a bit of this & that 🙂

First Bengawan Solo (cakes, cookies and local desserts) in SIN.

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2 thoughts on “Local Wet Market

  1. That strange looking squash is called “Buddha’s hand”. Available at abt $12-13 at Fairprice…

  2. Thanks Lucy… still a strange looking Buddha’s hand. Have you ever tasted it or it is not supposed to be eaten?

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