Lau Pa Sat

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Gazetted as a national monument in 1973, Lau Pa Sat or Telok Ayer Market has been an iconic presence ever since it was built as a wet market back in the 19th century. In present day, it has been converted to an iconic hawker centre housing all types of local food you can find. Granted, it is in the middle of the central business district so prices tend to run slightly higher and lunchtime will see waves upon waves of office workers, but the real gem happens when nightfalls. Every night, a satay street is set up on the cordoned off Boon Tat Road to allow food stalls to set up along the street, giving off a bustling night market vibe you can easily find in Bangkok. Serving not only satay (skewered meat) and grilled seafood, one can also easily get food dishes from all over the world in just one location. Photos by Ethan Hu and Lily Banse on Unsplash respectively
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