Famous for: Bars and Pubs, Food and Drinks, Temples, Shopping, Street Market
Chinatown Singapore tells the story of chinese heritage in Singapore. You will find good food to historic temples, hip bars to shophouses selling all kind of things. Mural covered street attracts a lot of tourists here. Post evening the streets here come alive with music, light and fun.
When to visit:
january - december
09:00 - 20:00 Everyday
Chinatown Singapore, covered in red and gold tones, is a bustling neighbourhood oozing culture and character. Chinatown Singapore is lined with food stalls serving traditional food , shops selling clothes, crafts and antiques and club street flaunting trendy wine bars.
Things to do in Chinatown Singapore 1. Maxwell Food Centre 2. Chinatown Complex: Food Court 3. Nus Baba House: Historical Museum 4. Thian Hock Keng Temple 5. Sri Mariamman Temple: Hindu Temple 6. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple Temple as well as history museum 7. The [email protected] Duxton Skybridge: Bridge cum building 8. Ann Siang Hill: Park 9. Everton Park
The highlight of chinatown has always been Food. Chinatown Food Street offers Singaporean hawker food ranging from stir-fried noodles (char kway teow ) and satay (grilled skewered meat) to roast duck and South Indian curries. 'A Noodle Story' is one of the popular hawker stall here serving ramen dishes witha twist.
On Friday and Saturday, Club Street is closed from 7PM to 1AM and converted into public pedestrian space, allowing people to enjoy a vibrant street life.
How to Reach Exit A (Pagoda Street) of North-East MRT line's Chinatown station will take you to the Chinatown.