From today to 4th August, it is the Night Noodle Markets again. You can go to the cultural forecourt of the South Bank every night to “sweep the streets” and taste Asian street food. During the period, there were more than 20 Asian restaurants stalled there, such as:
Filipino skewers – Hoy Pinoy, there is a big charcoal stove to do skewers!
And Flying Noodles, Chu the Phat, Calabang, Wok Master, May’s Malaysian Hawker, etc.
Of course, it will not be just about “food” , there will be some live music performances too.
I believe that this year’s night market will be quite exciting!
However, according to the experience of previous years, the amount of food they sold is not too significant. If you want to eat enough, each person will spend almost $20, and please remember your bank card, only accept the card, not cash.
Monday – Wednesday : 5.00pm – 9.00pm
Thursday & Friday : 5.00pm – 10.00pm
Saturday :4.00pm – 10.00pm
Sunday : 4.00pm – 9.00pm
Location: South Bank, cultural forecourtContinue Reading