Category:Lau Pa Sat

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Lau Pa Sat (
), meaning "Old Market" in Hokkien (officially known as the former Telok Ayer Market), at 18 Raffles Quay, Singapore 048582, was designed by James MacRitchie, the Municipal Engineer of the Public Works Department, and built between 1890 and 1894 by Riley Hargreaves and Co. Its octagonal design was intended as a tribute to an earlier market completed by 1838 by George Drumgoole Coleman nearby which had to be demolished due to structural weakness and because it was in the way of land reclamation works. The building was gazetted as a national monument on .
Lau Pa Sat 
Historic building in Singapore used as a food centre
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Instance offood court,
tourist attraction
Location Telok Ayer, Outram, Singapore, Singapore
Located at street address
  • 18 Raffles Quay
Heritage designation
  • 1894
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1° 16′ 50.2″ N, 103° 51′ 00″ E
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Рынок Телок Эйр (ru); テロック・エア・マーケット (ja); Telok Ayer Market (de); 老巴刹 (zh-cn); Lau Pa Sat (en); 老巴剎 (zh); 老巴刹 (zh-hans); லா பா சாட் (ta) Historic building in Singapore used as a food centre (en); restaurant in Singapore (nl) Lau Pa Sat Festival Market, Telok Ayer Market (en); 老巴剎市場 (zh); 直落亚逸巴刹, 老巴刹美食中心 (zh-hans); தெலோக் ஆயர் கடைத்தொகுதி (ta)


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