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Shilin Night Market Concept is Going to Singapore this April 2019

One of the things that’s catapulted Singapore onto the international stage is its food! From fancy dining at Michelin-starred restaurants to the best noodles, and chicken rice at hawker stands – Singapore is truly a foodie’s paradise.

As if its current list of restaurants and hawker centers wasn’t impressive enough, another foodie gem from Taiwan is making its way to Singapore!

Read more on What to Eat in Taiwan

According to organizing team Invade (the people behind Artbox Singapore and creative coworking space MOX), the Shilin Night Market concept will have 137 booths available for vendors.

It will be set up at The [email protected] this April 19 to 21, 2019 and April 26 to 28, 2019.

Stinky Tofu
Stinky tofu is one of the most famous food to try in Shilin Market.

Open from 3PM to 11PM, it’s been announced via a Facebook post that patrons can expect to enjoy a “Taste of Taiwan with elements of local twist in the north of Singapore!”

There will also be “Singaporean street delicacies, creative eats, pop up artisan stores, arcade games and even┬ámovie screenings”.

Ready to head over to Shilin Night Market in Singapore? Book your flight, hotel and attractions with Traveloka!

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