7 places to buy locally grown vegetables in Singapore

7 places to buy locally grown vegetables in Singapore
June 01 04:52 2017

Wondering where to get the freshest groceries in Singapore? Take your pick from these local farms!

1. Locally grown vegetables in Singapore – Bollywood Veggies

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Bollywood Veggies was created by a couple who started with just 10 acres of land in 2000. Now, the farm has grown to include a culinary school and even a museum within its grounds. With farming done sustainably without pesticides or fertilisers, you can be assured that buying groceries from Bollywood Veggies is a healthy and planet-friendly purchase.

Address: 100 Neo Tiew Road, 719026

Opening hours:

Wed to Sun & PH 8am- 6.30pm

Closed on Mon & Tue

2. Locally grown vegetables in Sinagpore – D’Kranji Farm

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Image credit: D’Kranji Farm Facebook 

Apart from getting fresh fruits and vegetables, you can also take a stroll through the lush grounds of D’Kranji Farm, where they have dedicated 1 hectare of their land to showcasing their tropical plants. They even have accommodation in the form of cosy villas, which you can rent for a getaway.

Address: 10 Neo Tiew Lane 2, Singapore 718813

Open 24 hours

3. Locally grown vegetables in Singapore – Farmart Centre (permanently closed)

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Image credit: Farmart Centre Facebook 

From live seafood to animal feeding to educational farm tours, Farmart Centre is a great place to go to trace the journey from farm to table. Plus, foodies will love their array of hawker food like Chinese Tze Char and Halal cuisine.

Address: 67 Sungei Tengah Road, Singapore 699008

Opening hours: Sun to Thu 10am-10pm

Fri/Sat/PH 10am-Midnight

4. Locally grown vegetables in Singapore – Hay Dairies

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Image credit: Hay Dairies Facebook 

Having been established for more than 20 years, Hay Dairies is the only goat farm in Singapore, home to more than 800 goats that provide healthy and fresh goat’s milk for its visitors. The farm also hosts educational tours and allows visitors to watch the milking process up close.


3 Lim Chu Kang Lane 4, Singapore 718859

Opening hours:

Wed to Mon 9am- 4pm, closed on Tue

5. Locally grown vegetables in Singapore – Jurong Frog Farm

Those who love frog leg porridge and other frog dishes would love getting fresh frog meat from Jurong Frog Farm. Frog’s meat is tender and nutritious, with a taste and texture that is similar to chicken.


56 Lim Chu Kang Lane 6, Singapore 719164

Opening hours:

9am-6pm daily

6. Locally grown vegetables in Singapore – Quan Fa Organic Farm

Beginning as a small organic vegetable seller in 1999, Quan Fa Organic Farm has since grown to become one of the leading distributors in Singapore today. The farm cultivates its vegetables organically, without harmful pesticides or fertilisers, ensuring fresh and nutritious greens.

Address: 35 Murai Farmway, Singapore 709145

Opening hours:

Sat & Sun 9am-5pm

7. Locally grown vegetables in Singapore – Open Farm Community

Striving to promote local farming and connect people to nature, Open Farm Community hopes to strengthen our understanding of food and its origins. You can shop for your groceries and enjoy a meal at their open-concept restaurant while you’re there.

Address: 130E Minden Rd, Singapore 248819

Opening hours:

Mon to Thurs 12-4pm, 6-11pm

Fri 12-4pm, 6pm-12am

Sat & Sun 12am-4pm, 6pm-12am

While you’re in an organic mood, why not take a stroll in nature at one of these beautiful places.  

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