Places Where You Can Find Long Queue in Singapore


Spending your time waiting for something is definitely not the idea of a good time for anyone. Fortunately, the queue management system helps each venue to optimize the flow of people and diminishes the amount of time spent in front of each one; however, that doesn’t change the overall feeling a person is left with. A queuing system could go a long way, but it still hasn’t completely removed queues. This is why we made a list of 15 places with long queues in Singapore:

  1. Itacho Sushi

Certainly one of the best sushi’s in the country, however you have to have a lot of patience to actually get to enjoy it with queue times as long as an hour.

  1. Tim Ho Wan

When it first opened on a single venue they used to hand out T-shirts in the queue saying “IQ3 hours @ Tim Ho Wan” as if it was a competition. Now that they went at five different locations queue times are much better.

  1. Apple Store

At last Apple decided to open up shop in Singapore. When a new product hits the market, you might have to literally wait a few days before entering the store.

  1. Jolibee Singapore

Have you ever gone to a fast food chain only to wait for 20 minutes? Worry not; this is much worse than that. This fried chicken fast food venue usually has dozens of Filipinos waiting in front making the queue sometimes as long as an hour. They could certainly use some queue solutions.

  1. Ramen Keisuke

Best ramen shop in the country; however, each venue only fits 20 people. You could guess yourself what happens during meal times.

  1. TiongBahru Market

It’s where people go, to buy fresh fish and meat.  The new renovation allows more people to shop, however you will still encounter large queues.

  1. Ah Chew Desserts

If you are a fan of Chinese desserts, then that is the place for you. If you would have the patience, to wait for 30 minutes for a single dessert though.

  1. Teppei

While you are required to get a reservation for dinner, otherwise you wouldn’t get in, that is not the case during the lunch hours, making the queues hilariously long.

  1. Train Commute

Rush hour queues in front of SMRT trains have become something usual. At least the queuing systems are intact to organise them

  1. Melben Seafood

They only accept reservations for parties which consist of more than 4 and considering their quality food, we may only wish you luck if you are under that amount of people.

  1. Banks during peak period

Depositing money on holidays might be quite a nuisances are literally the whole country tries to physically do that. Don’t bother, use an online method.

  1. SweeChoon Tim Sum

We believe this place needs no introduction considering its quality and prices. Sadly that is not the case with the wait time.

  1. LlaoLlao

A frozen yoghurt shop to refresh yourself during the hot days.

  1. Sunday Folks

Their waffles and ice cream are so delicious that you would forget about the hour spent in queue.

  1. Hello Kitty Café

If you are at the airport and have a few hours to kill, staying in the queue for this café is certainly a good way to do it.

We hope that we managed to help you make an easier decision when it comes to the places you would visit in the future. Any more to add? Feel free to share in the comments section below.

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