Rarely Seen Pandan Soy Bean Milk Sold In Changi Village, It’s Just The Perk-Me-Up We Need Right Now

Tired of the same old drinks on offer at hawker centres and your neighbourhood grocery store? You might decide it’s worth the trek to far-flung Changi Village for a drink offered by Singaporean drink company Yeo’s that for some reason is rarely seen in Singapore.

We’re talking about Pandan-flavoured soy bean milk.

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Yes, Pandan Soy Bean Milk exists & a netizen found it

A sharp-eyed netizen came across this unexpected delight at a shop in Changi Village, and excitedly posted on Facebook about it.

And according to him, it tastes gooooooood.

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Shop near Changi Village hawker centre, bus interchange

Well, when someone posts a literal thirst trap like that, eager netizens would want to find out exactly where the sought-after beverage can be found.

To that, the original poster replied that he forgot to take a photo of the shop and did not have the exact address, but it’s the “second shop row of shops” near the hawker centre.

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In response to more prompting, he revealed that the shop is near the hawker centre and bus interchange. Specifically, the back door of the shop faces the interchange.

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We think he is describing Block 4, Changi Village Road, which is nearest to the hawker centre and bus interchange, and whose back faces the interchange.

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Here’s a map of the area, in which block 4, the hawker centre and bus interchange are labelled:

Image adapted from Google Maps
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At $9.90 for one carton, it’s crazy cheap

The even better news is, the tasty drink is cheap, too.

According to the original poster, the shop is selling a carton of Pandan Soy Bean Milk cans at just $9.90, and other shops in the area are selling it at $12.90!

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We think that’s crazy cheap, considering a search on Lazada showed that a carton of Yeo’s Soy Bean Milk, comprising 24 cans of 300ml each, was selling for $16.88 — and this is the normal-flavoured variety, mind you, not Pandan-flavoured.

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Can possibly be found in Punggol, KL & Bangkok

Other netizens also chipped in, commenting on the original post that they had seen the drink in places like the Sheng Siong supermarket in Punggol.

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Another netizen claimed to have seen it far farther afield — in Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok.

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Just what we need right now

Wherever it can be found, we definitely need one right now. We think it’s the just the lunchtime perk-me-up we need for a long day of work.

MS News has reached out to the original poster for confirmation of the location of the shop.

Have you managed to snag a can of Pandan-flavoured soy milk goodness? Do contact us, we’d love to hear from you!

Featured image adapted from Facebook.