Here’s a List of Pasar Malams That Are Taking Place in September & October


Remember the times when we ate six takoyaki out of a styrofoam box, sitting or maybe even standing at a random corner with random Chinese EDM blasting through speakers from a random stall?

The cheap prices of late-night snacks. The bustling crowd. The heat radiating from cooking oil.

Ah, how we miss those.

Well, it’s time to experience that once again as our iconic pasar malams, or night markets, are back.

With the help of Singapore Atrium Sale, here’s a list of where you can find them this coming September and October.


  • West Coast Drive Block 502, 3 September to 23 September 2022
  • Bukit Batok Block 154, 3 September to 18 September 2022
  • West Mall Outdoor, 5 September to 18 September 2022
  • West Mall, 24 October to 6 November 2022
  • Hillion Mall, 6 October to 26 October 2022


  • Chua Chu Kang MRT (Right of Keat Hong CC), 3 September to 18 September 2022
  • Sembawang MRT, 10 September to 25 September 2022
  • Vista Point, 17 September to 2 October 2022
  • Yishun MRT (Block 149), 17 September to 2 October 2022,
  • Hougang MRT, 24 September to 9 October 2022
  • Serangoon North Block 152, 10 September to 25 September 2022


  • Tampines Block 201, 3 September to 18 September 2022

What Can You Expect?

Unfortunately for some, due to inflation, the prices of some snacks at pasar malams have increased.

Yes, that includes the takoyaki.

Instead of six pieces for $2.50, some stores are selling them at six pieces for $3.50. Some charge the same cost for only five pieces.

Other stores like the ShiLin Taiwan Snacks have still kept their prices around $5-$6 depending on what you order.

The usual Kebab stall and 1 litre Thai Milk Tea stall have also relatively kept their prices around $6.50-$8.50 and $2-$4 respectively.

What is a Pasar Malam?

For those that are new to this because of the pandemic, you must be a young fellow who’s confused at the hype for pasar malams.


Pasar malams are a form of night market commonly found in Southeast Asia.

Street snacks like Taiwan sausages, tea eggs, takoyaki, kebab, fried chicken, and thai milk tea are commonly found in these bazaars.

But occasionally, interesting stores would pop up and sell food like bubble teas, baby dutch pancakes, and even fried ice cream.

The best part about these night markets are that most of the snacks are priced ridiculously cheap. It’s rare to find anything that costs over $10.

Most of these bazaars also sell electronic goods at the side. You’ll be able to find phone cases, earpieces, power banks, and more!

Another plus point is that some of these pasar malams may also have miniature game carnivals beside them, perfect for children.

It’s one of those pop-up events that almost every Singaporean has experienced so if you haven’t been to one, be sure to check them out.

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Featured Image: Facebook (Singapore Atrium Sale)