A hobbyist's haunt with plenty of collectibles, toys and crafts.

How much time you will need: 1 to 3 hours, depending on whether you are just browsing or buying.

What we thought of it: A must-go for hobbyists.
Address & Contact Information
Addr: Basement 1, Level 1 & 2
China Square Central
18 Cross Street
Singapore 0484

Tel: (65) 6327 4810
To See & To Do
Bazaars and Street Markets
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Page created on 4 Jan 2008
Page last modified on 17 Aug 2011

Located indoors in the comforts of an air-conditioned shopping mall, it is pleasant to wander through the stalls that bring out the child in us.
A hobbyist's haunt with shops and stalls selling collectibles including toys and trading cards from the Star Wars series, Action Man series, Japanese capsule toys, Japanese anime figurines, Disney's series, etc. If you looking for gifts for older children or the missing pieces to your collections, you will most likely find them here.
If you like antiques, you can find a few shops or stalls with items from the old days of Singapore. You might even find genuine old coins and notes from as far back as the colonial days at a good price. Other stalls sell clothes, accessories, posters, second-hand item such as books, CDs, DVDs, electronics, toys, etc. Some items come at quite a bargain.

Tell Us what you think
The stalls are rented out on a monthly basis. Come back on different months and you may find different items being sold.

The condition of items sold range from new to well-used. Generally in working condition, be careful if you intend to buy electronics as it is unlikely that they will come with a warranty or guarantee.

Feel free also to bargain down the price - within reason of course.

Things to Bring
Your childhood memories and your wallet.

Opening Times
Opening times: Sundays 9 am to 6 pm.

Best time to go: Round about 11 am, when most, if not all, stalls are set up.

Admission Fees
Free to wander around and browse.

How to Get There
By Taxi - Tell the taxi driver to take you to China Square Central.

By MRT - Take the North-East Line and alight at Chinatown Station. Take Exit E and head past Chinatown Point and Hong Lim Complex. China Square Central is at the junction of South Bridge Road and Cross Street.

By Bus - Take bus service numbers SBS 63, 80, 124, 145, 166, 174, 197 and alight right after you see Great Eastern Centre. You can ask the driver to let you know when it's time to alight for China Square Central.

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