Night markets or Pasar Malam, are a common sight in Asian residential neighbourhoods.
Pasar malam often turns into a night festival, with games, rides, mini carousel and mini train rides. The quintessential parts of any fair would be cotton candy, ice cream, and traditional local delicacies.
Pasar malam bring familes and communities togetehr. This make great nostangic memories and we have tried to replicate the swetness of these Pasar Malam events & memories in our fragrance.
Soaked in rich tradition, the Pasar Malam scent is mix of flowers used in "Bunga Rampai", often sold in old times. Bunga Rampai is fresh flower potpourri and so is our fragrance. Its a mix of several orchids, jasmines, frangipani, roses, champakas and pandan leaves.
Fun fact: Singapore’s first ever night market was held in 1950, near the British military bases. It was organised by hawkers and coincided with worker’s payday. Unfortunately, pasar malams were banned from 1970s to 1980s. Now, these night markets are allowed, but under strict control and licensing from the authorities. Do try to make these a part of your itinerary.