I like the fact that we have a routine of doing certain things in different seasons of the year. It gives me a certain sense of familiarity and tradition. Sorta like how Singaporeans go crazy shopping during the annual Great Singapore Sale. Ok, I suppose Singaporeans don't necessarily need a reason to shop, but you get the picture.
Being a fish fan, I would always make sure that we'd make our annual pilgrimage to this market. It is always full to the brim and while I wouldn't recommend going there in a big group of people, for the fear of lack of seats, going there with your other half or a handful of friends is just ideal.
Just love the smell of seafood (Fish, Shrimps, Calamari) in this market. Plus the chill-out atmosphere of hanging out in the open while sitting on beer benches in summer. In fact the weather was so nice and warm that I didn't need any jackets even at 10pm at night! :)
That's the Fish Tower. When you order a fish, the person on the top would drop it down this tube thing so that it lands in the frying pan at the bottom.