Some hawkers do a brisk business in the wee hours, catching the night owls and early risers
Published on Jun 15, 2014 5:08 PM
It is 2am and on the streets, there are people staggering home after a night out in clubs and bars, and others who have just ended a late shift at work or are gearing up for an early shift.
Most people are sound asleep but not hawker Loh Teck Seng, who is busy at his soya bean milk stall at Tiong Bahru Market And Food Centre.
He is among a group of hawkers who open for business in the wee hours of the morning and then pack up in the early afternoon.
Over a span of three days, SundayLife! visited 18 hawker stalls whose opening hours range from as early as 2am and close no later than 3pm. Most of them do brisk business before most of Singapore wakes up.
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