Landmarks And Memorials

Lau Pa Sat Food Center

If you want a good place to get local dishes while enjoying the historic sight, Lau Pa Sat is the place to go. Right in the heart of Singapore central business district, Lau Pa Sat was built in Victorian 1894. It is believed to be the largest filigree cast-iron structure in Southeast Asia.

Lau Pa Sat (literally means Old Market in Hokkian dialect) was previously a wet market which has been restored as a food hawker center for locals and tourist alike, with a good variety of affordable local food.

Getting There:
Take the MRT to Raffles Place Station (EW14/NS26) and walk towards Robinson Road. Click here to view MRT route map.