There are a number of flea markets operating on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays in Singapore. The oldest one is probably Clarke Quay (Suns only, 10 am to 6 pm) but now most have moved over to China Square (Suns only 10 am to 6 pm) or Far East Square (Sats , Suns and public holidays 1230 pm to 8 pm). China Square and Far East Square are just beside each other and Clarke Quay is a 15 minutes walk away next to the Singapore River. There is one more out on Orchard Rd in Tanglin Mall (Suns only 10 am to 6 pm). Flea markets sell the usual sort of things : Antiques , arts and crafts , jewellery , used and new clothing , bric a brac , stamps , coins , toys , and all sorts of unusual things sometimes not seen in the shops. Prices are sometimes lower than that found in shops. However, try to go in between the stated times because sometimes they set up later or pack up earlier. If you are pressed for time and can only go to one flea market, try the China Square/Far East Square one on Sundays as they are currently the biggest and best one and also they are right in town beside the Raffles Place MRT subway station as well as near the Singapore River on one side and Chinatown on the other side. Singapore unlike Bangkok does not have a daily flea market except Sungei Road (every afternoon 1 pm to 7 pm) but Sungei Road is more like a flea market for the immigrant and work permit workers from China, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, etc. Its more on the low end worker stuff like used shoes , used clothing, used cooking pans, rubbish bin pick-ups, etc.