Situated on the outskirts of Kranji station in the West of Singapore, The Farmer’s Market is a breath of fresh air for a break outside of this city life.
It’s easy to fall into routine – humans are condition to sit in the comfort of familiar and non-threatening patterns. A weekend in Singapore is quite your typical weekend anywhere else in the modern world: brunch with the ladies, an outdoor movie by a historical building in the city and a round-up of the day with drinks on a rooftop bar.
The Farmer’s Market at Kranji is a breath of fresh air for a break outside of this city life we know and love. Situated on the outskirts of Kranji station in the West of Singapore, one can expect to get a lot of grocery shopping done for the weekend. Expect fresh produce, potted plants, workshops and activities, and a furry friend or two prancing about with excited wagging tails.
While you’ll find your cold-pressed juices, homemade jam and artisanal ice cream in the mix, the organically-grown produce for sale and sampling really steal the show. And right at the end of the market is a greenhouse with potted plants and flowers of all types and sizes; you can pick up a couple of these beauties alongside your food haul and feel thankful for a Sunday well-spent.