Hougang Pasar Malam At Ave 8 From 27 Jul

Just 2 weeks after the last pasar malam ended in Hougang, residents already have another one to get excited over.

In addition to the familiar corn cups and Ramly burgers, there are more interesting street food for you to salivate over.

According to Singapore Night Bazaar, the first pasar malam of the month is located at Hougang Ave 8, and they have unique fares like mala skewers and mango floats till 13 Aug.


First & only mala spicy skewers stall

Mala lovers assemble. Because this stall not only serves mala skewers at $0.60 per stick, they also have a plethora of mala dishes that will no doubt satisfy your cravings.


These mala skewers are served in 3 different forms:

  • Fried Spicy Skewers (Set A)
  • Dry Mala Spicy Skewers (Set B)
  • Soup Mala Spicy Skewers (Set C)

Each set is served with a different type of sauce or soup base.


For those looking for more filling options, dishes like Sour Spicy Vermicelli, Mala Wide Vermicelli, and Mala Noodles can also be found at this stall.


There are also a variety of dumplings to choose from.


A taste of Bangkok

If you’re looking for a drink to complete your mala meal with, or simply craving for a taste of Bangkok, this stall serves mango floats at $5.00.


Apart from that, brown sugar lovers will be delighted to find that their mango floats come with brown sugar at $5.00 as well.

Those going for food options, this stall has items like mango sticky rice, thai mango salad, and mango cheese spring roll, going at $5.00.

Or if you are feeling economical, you can go for their mango juice for just $1.50.

Chinese cuisines apart from mala

If you are craving Chinese food but can’t take the spice from mala, fret not as there are plenty more options for you.

There are stalls selling lala soup and fresh BBQ prawns too.


Craving something salty and savoury? Head to this Taiwan fried chicken stall.


Interested in trying a dialect dish? You can go for the Teochew Meat Puff.


Old-school style stalls

Apart from quirky cuisines, some old-school dishes still remain to keep the spirit of pasar malams going.

Familiar stalls like Thai milk tea, Ramly burgers, takoyaki can also be found.

Not forgetting that popular stall that reminds us of a pasar malam version of Old Chang Kee, selling all sorts of fried food ranging from Taiwan sausages to fried fishballs.


After all the feasting, you can also the visit retail stalls shop for clothes, phone cases, flowers and more.

Or if you prefer more lighthearted activities, head down to the game stalls and claw machines and try to win something home.


There’s something for everyone

Hougang’s first pasar malam of August has something for everyone. Here’s what you need to know and how to get there.

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Date: 27 Jul-13 Aug
Address: Along Block 681 to Block 687 Hougang Ave 8
Nearest MRT: Hougang MRT

Featured image from Singapore Night Bazaar on Facebook and Facebook.