Singapore’s first fruit market is set to open next month and its owner has set up a Facebook page to help people find it.
According to a Facebook post by Hannan Tan, the fruit market will be located at the Hannan Fruit Market, on Changi Street.
He said that it would have about 10,000 stalls and will be open from 10am to 4pm on the weekends.
Mr Tan said that the market would have a limited number of stalls and the market was the first of its kind in Singapore.
He added that he had set up an Instagram account to help the public find the market, with more than 2.3 million followers.
“I’m excited to start the first ever Singapore fruit market with Hannan.
We are working with the government to help it operate as a fully fledged market.
I want to help other local farmers to grow their own produce to sell in Singapore,” he said.
Mr Tan, who is originally from Indonesia, said he wanted to open the fruit markets because Singaporeans were always looking for new markets.
“We are all Indonesian and it is not easy to find a market in Singapore because Singapore is a big market.”
People come from Indonesia all over the world and they are always looking to buy fruits,” he added.
Mr Han said that he hoped to get the fruit powder market started by the end of June.
Singaporeans have been buying produce at the fruit stores for more than two decades.
The first fruit markets opened in Singapore in 2010 and the current fruit market in the capital opened in November.
Hanna Fruit Market in Singapore has become a popular tourist destination in the past few years.
In August last year, the market had about 1,000 people, and more than 200 vendors were selling produce.
The fruit market also has a variety of other offerings, including produce from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand.
Singaporean fruit markets are a way for people to try a variety in a market environment and also to have their produce grown locally.
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