23/04/2008

Changi Food Centre

The Changi Market in Changi Village is alive with foodies in the weekend. Although it is very much a quiet ghost town, the market is packed with campers, beach bums, residents, and those who flock there for Seafood and good cheap hawker fare. Bringing my girls there certainly reveals lots of complaints because the place is very stuffy and has no airconditioning. They are so used to the shopping malls lifestyle and sleep and play in aircond comfort for most part of their lives, they do make lots of noise when we decide to bring them to places like that. But what to do, mom and dad loves to order these yummy hawker fare so they just have to bear with it.

Your can find accomodation in Changi Village available, such as chalets nearby, walk up flats, Changi Village hotel (formerly Le Meridien Changi) for those who would like to live there for the weekend. It is also in close proximity to Changi Airport, Singapore Expo (for all conventions/exhibition) and also a little bus terminal too.


Snapshots of the hawker fare at the Changi Market
















5 comments:

Hazel said...

i haven't been to this place before.

Nick Phillips said...

Today I read in our local daily that the price of rice is going up by 30%, there goes my eating out sessions from now on ... sighhhh ...

Constance Chan said...

ya rice had gone up.. but actually perhaps its a time for reflection for each of us to just take two tablespoon lesser of rice per meal. i'd love to do that and kick start my diet plan...LOL that evens up the increase, till the harvest increase.

JO-N said...

You make me want to fly to Singapore now. We were supposed to go over to Singapore last holiday but didn't make it. One day, Constance, one day, I must bring my children there.

stay-at-home mum said...

That place brings back lots of lovely memories for me - I Met my hubby in Changi. Love the ice jelly at that hawker centre!!