When you hear the words “old school Singaporean snacks“, what comes to your mind? If your answer is gem biscuits, Hiro cake, Ding Dang candy and the likes, high five!

These old school Singaporean snacks will always have a place in our hearts. Thus, we’ve uncovered a list of shops selling them, so you can relive those fond memories of school days with us!

Where to buy Old School Singaporean Snacks

1. Munch Munch

With a name like Munch Munch, you can expect to chow down on old school Singaporean snacks, just like during your carefree school days.

Munch Munch old school Singaporean snacks
Credit: Danny love to eat

Apart from selling old school Singaporean snacks, Munch Munch also sells childhood games such as Old Maid and Five Stones. You can have a ball of a time while sinking your teeth in your favourite snacks!

old school singaporean game
Credit: Pinterest

We recommend consolidating your orders as you get free delivery for orders above $100. Munch Munch charges a $10 delivery fee if your order is below $100.

To purchase, visit the Munch Munch website or pop by one of its 2 stores (at Fusionopolis and Chinatown Point).

Munch Munch
: Connexis No 1. Fusionopolis Way, Connexis #B1-23, Singapore 138633
Opening Hours: 11am – 8pm

Address: The New Chinatown Point, 133 New Bridge Road, The New Chinatown Point #B2-03, Singapore 059413 Opening Hours: 11am – 9.30pm (Mon – Sat)

2. Nineties Candy Society

The 3 young founders of Nineties Candy Society set up the shop with the goal of bringing back fond memories and helping the less fortunate by employing them.

old school singaporean snacks
Credit: snack time in singapore

Besides selling old school Singaporean snacks, Nineties Candy Society is also able to provide goodie bags, candy buffets, and mascot rental for events.

In terms of delivery, Nineties Candy Shop charges $18 for purchases $201 and below, which is rather steep if you are buying a small quantity. Delivery is free for purchases $201 and above, so buying in bulk is the way to go!

Nineties Candy Society
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3.  Teck Leong Lee Kee

The name of this shop hints its age!

Teck Leong Lee Kee has been established since 1968. They specialise in wholesale chocolate and candies!

teck leong lee kee old school Singaporean snacks
Credit: Jasmine Tay

Enter the shop and you will find rows and rows of snacks! It is literally an old school Singaporean snack fan’s paradise.

Like the other two shops above, Teck Leong Lee Kee also sells other popular old school playthings such as sparklers and styrofoam paper planes!

What we love most about Teck Leong Lee Kee is that they are open 7 days of the week! This means you can get your snack fix anytime you want.

Teck Leong Lee Kee
Address: Blk 122 Bedok North Street 2 #01-112
Opening Hours: 10am – 2pm (Mon – Sun)
Tel: +65 6445 0879
Email: [email protected]

4. The Biscuit Shop

Iced gem biscuits, lemon biscuits, bun biscuits, chocolate wafers… you name it, The Biscuit Shop has it.

gem biscuits old school singaporean snacks
Credit: Quirky Chic

The Biscuit Shop has a crazy assortment of old school Singaporean biscuits which they sell in tins and in small quantities (0.5kg).

If you are wondering whether you can mix and match biscuits for a tin, the answer is yes!

In fact, The Biscuit Shop allows you to mix and match 3 types of biscuits in a tin so you can have the best of 3 worlds!

$5 delivery charge for orders below $50, so they are a good choice if you want to buy small quantities. Free delivery applies for orders above $100. If your order is between $50 and $100, you pay a mere $2 for delivery.

The Biscuit Shop
Address: Blk 6 Tanjong Pagar Plaza Market and Food Centre 6 Tanjong Pagar Plaza #01-08/09 Singapore 081006
Opening Hours: 10am – 7pm (Mon – Fri), 9am – 4pm (Sat), Closed on Sun
Email[email protected]

5. Biscuit King

Don’t be tricked by its name, Biscuit King sells other items such as haw flakes (aka sancha), fizzy cola candies and lollipops, other than biscuits. It is also Halal certified.

haw flakes old school singaporean snacks
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Ordering on Biscuit King’s system is easy and fuss free. Select the quantity (the weight), confirm the order, and the cart system adds up the cost immediately.

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Delivery is free island wide. However, Biscuit King requires a minimum order of $82. You can either drop by their outlet, or it’s time to activate all your contacts to buy, buy and buy!

Biscuit King
Address: 130 Casuarina Road, Singapore 579518  Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm (Tues- Sun), closed on Mon
Tel: +65 6458 0925
Email[email protected]

At the end of the day, we know that we can’t turn back time. But the consolation is that we can still indulge in these yummy old school Singaporean snacks while taking a trip down memory lane.

Header image source: Straits Times

Also, read Dessert Buffets In Singapore: So You Can Gorge On Ice Cream, Cakes & Chocolate!

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