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Insights and Travel Tip on Singapore Chinatown. What to do, Where to Go, Places to Visit including planned tours


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About Chinatown District
Size 0.9 Sq km with an estimated 1600 residents and a total of 1,200 conservation buildings. HistoryChinatown was originally designated for the Chinese by Stamford Raffles. This historical district of Chinatown is the cultural hub of the Chinese co ...

Ann Siang HillAlternative Design and Fashion Haven in Singapore, Chinatown Area
To the passersby, Ann Siang Hill looks to be simply a mix of old and refurbished shop houses, which has a rich history of being a street of Chinese clans and associations. However, this uber hip space, often frequented by designers and other art-type ...


Boutique Hotels in SingaporeA look at Hotel 1929 and New Majestic Hotel
If you still think that large international hotels with over thirty levels of rooms are the hottest places to be seen in, then you are definitely not in the loop. The new boutique hotels that are burgeoning in various parts of Singapore are all about ...

Chinatown Flavours in Singapore
Image (C) Amin Rad Flavours of Chinatown, Singapore! As the descendants of Singapore’s early immigrants, today’s Chinese still retain many of the traditions and practices of their ancestors. Respect for their elders, the observanc ...

Chinatown Walking Tour Guide Overview
About The tourChinatown extends over a fairly large area, and so, a main route has been planned to help you capture the soul of Chinatown, while two extensions offer a more in-depth perspective. Beyond just the main attractions, all the routes also g ...

Top Restaurants in Chinatown
Quickly approaching its seventh year since establishment in 2000, Senso remains astonishingly successful, surviving the fickle taste-buds of local and expatriate diners with its fine elegance and warm hospitality. Located at Club Street, between C ...

Chinatown Walking Tour, Route 1
Start – Start your route at Chinatown MRT. Take Exit A (Pagoda Street). Pagado StreetBefore heading down Pagoda Street, take a little detour that’s well worth your time. Turn left and walk along New Bridge Road, to check out the bak kwa (barbec ...

Chinatown Walking Tour, Route 2a
The Tour focuses on the trendy face of Singapore Chinatown.   StartStart at the junction of Kadayanallur Street and Maxwell Street. Walk along Kadayanallur Street to ANN SIANG ROAD and spend about 40mins to explore this street. Explore a living ...

Chinatown Walking Tour, Route 2b
This Route focuses on the Places of Worship in Chinatown. Afterall the fire of deep-rooted faith still burns brightly in the descendants of early immigrants. Start at Amoy StreetProceed to Amoy Street and you’ll be richly rewarded. Once home to t ...

Glossary Of Local Chinese Food
Bak Kwa Barbequed meat Char Kway Teow Flat noodles, fried with bean sprouts, egg, fish cake, and cockles. Chendol A dessert of shaved ice with coconut milk and brown palm sugar. Dim Sum Dumplings and small bites usually steamed in a rattan basket ...

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