The Lau Pa Sat is a market that was once in the past called Telok Ayer Market. The first market was constructed in 1825, and it was rebuilt in 1836. The reproduction was performed in light of the fact that the establishment of the market was made of wood and it was not solid. In 1894, the market was patched up and upgraded by James MacRitchie. The new structure is made of steel and it has an unmistakable octagonal shape. Today Lau Pa Sat is notable for its food. You can taste Singaporean dishes, for example, providing for 24 hours every day.
Telok Ayer Chinese Methodist Church
Nasi Padang Sederhana
"Fusion Cuisine""TOP Star ☆"
Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice
"Southeast Asian""Local Favorite"
Fleur De Sel Le Restaurant
"Western-style""Restaurants in Historic Buildings"
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