Chinatown, Singapore, Singapore

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Chinatown

12-16 Teck Lim Road,singapore 088388

Singapore, -- SG

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  • 3 mentions in Which places should I visit in Singapore?

    • Nam O.

      Nam O. said, "...high. Local food and public transportation are affordable. I prefer free attractions as Botanical Garden singapore and unique communities such as Chinatown, Little India, Bugis Streetand Tiong Bahru. Strolling through the places and enjoying street food are my things to..." See More

    • claus a.

      claus a. said, "...This is really a place where you see that Singapore is truly a city that strives. Places like Little India and Chinatown are nice, when you want to get away from all the new buildings and want to be in a..." See More

    • Janelle K.

      Janelle K. said, "...Peranakan Museum, Botanical Garden Singapore, Gardens by the Bay, Bugis Street neighbourhood, Chinatown, Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, Malay Heritage Centre. And don't forget the food! Singapore is one of the few places on earth where you can eat..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Things to see and to do in Singapore (in 4 Days)

    • Mattias J.

      Mattias J. said, "...to grab a bite. Excellent area for shisha Little India - cheap shopping for souvenirs, temples, great flavours and culinary experiences Chinatown- just walk around an be amazed by the surroundings, get lost in the beauty of dragons and temples,..." See More

    • Nam O.

      Nam O. said, "...Visit heritage Colonial building neighborhoods such as Chinatown, Bugis, Little Indiaand Joo Chiat Rd. Check out food courts for local food hunting such as Maxwell Food Centre for famous chicken rice, Lau Pa Satfor satay. For me, Indian food and..." See More

  • 2 mentions in À good place to stay in Singapore + what to do?

    • Janelle K.

      Janelle K. said, "...the Peranakan Museum, the National Museum of Singapore and the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum and other small museums in Chinatown. Lastly, Changi Airport Singapore is an attraction in itself. It's the perfectly designed airport with easy gate connections,..." See More

    • Edna |.

      Edna |. said, "...I'd recommend two neighborhoods: Chinatown or along Boat Quay . I lived near Chinatown for 1.5 years and loved it because it was central, near great hawker centers (like Maxwell Food Centre ), and had good metro hubs for getting around..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What is the recommended time for a trip to Singapore? What are must sees?

    • Nisah C.

      Nisah C. said, "...Centre Besides that the other attractions that I loved were: Gardens by the BaySingapore Botanic Gardens and National Orchid GardenArab St Chinatown Hit the Supertree Grove at night for the best views:Hit the Botanical Gardens anytime, but maybe avoid the hottest,..." See More

    • Edmund J.

      Edmund J. said, "...a must-see. Spend around 3 to 4 days there. Then there is Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay Sands, Chinatown ,Clarke Quay etc. But if you are looking to experience the real Singapore, head over to toolocal.co to find..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best time to travel to Singapore?

    • Nisah C.

      Nisah C. said, "...house in a more generic neighborhood, but yet is setup with multiple hands-on cooking stations. The neighboorhoods of Arab St and Chinatown were great and provide some serious culinary experiences. For us, Little India was just too overrun. Crowded streets row..." See More

    • Michelle D.

      Michelle D. said, "...weather (although if it's raining, make sure you bring an umbrella - there's very few spaces to shelter in the gardens). Chinatown is also a great place for eating and drinking. There are some fun bars and the local food stalls..." See More

  • 1 mention in What to see & do as a solo traveler in Singapore

    • Arkadiy B.

      Arkadiy B. said, "...have 2 people I knew in the city, who kept me company on few outings). Stay in a hostel (few in Chinatown area, also on Hongkong St), go for a morning run around the downtown area to get your spirits and..." See More

  • 1 mention in Free things to do in Singapore?

    • Jacinda C.

      Jacinda C. said, "...which is designed to be in a shape of our fave fruit, durian. There's a famous Indian and Chinese temple at Chinatown. Check those out too, quite diff from those of Thai temples. Take the tree top walk at MacRitchie..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the 5 best architectural attractions in Singapore?

    • Aru S.

      Aru S. said, "... Chinatown, Bugis Street little india lots of little places to see architecture, especially the temples in China twon and Little India..." See More

  • 1 mention in Backpacking Southeast Asia budget- how much would I need?

    • Nam O.

      Nam O. said, "...around 20usd per night. When I visited there I paid 26usd per night for no window 6 bed mixed dorm at Chinatown. Indonesia is archipelago, depend on your plan what island you want to visit. Dorm room in Bali and..." See More

  • 1 mention in What is your favourite dish in Singapore?

    • Duyen P.

      Duyen P. said, "...Black pepper crab is what i love in Singapore. We ate it in Chinatown The price is good and the quality is superb. Also, I do like Chicken rice. It's different from Viet Nam but it's still a good choice for..." See More

  • 1 mention in Singapore Trip for 27yo couple

    • Jackson Y.

      Jackson Y. said, "...The most obvious tourist traps are establishments (food, entertainment, leisure) located near hotspots and attractions such as Chinatown, Sentosa Island, the Singapore Zoo, Little India, Newton Circus, and Bugis Street, just to name a few. That's not to say that..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best areas in Singapore for a couple on vacation?

    • Jacqueline G.

      Jacqueline G. said, "...Adventure Cove Waterpark, Singapore flyer, cable car, Skyline Luge Sentosa, Adventure Cove Waterpark, get a fish pedicure, Gardens by the Bay, Chinatown for dim sum, Haji Ln, Boat Quay, and do a river cruise......" See More

  • 1 mention in What are the 5 things I can't miss in Singapore?

    • Nupur P.

      Nupur P. said, "...Hello! You should try out the street food at Chinatown. It is fresh and delicious. Go to Bugis Street for shopping. You will get local and inexpensive things. It is where most of the locals go shopping. Close by is..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the best travel destinations for international travel rookies?

    • Melissa E.

      Melissa E. said, "...has an amazingly vibrant one. I love the hawkers especially the one in Tiong Bahru and the night food market in Chinatown, and Makansutra Gluttons Bay is a must-visit. Even Changi Airport Singapore has great food options in Changi Village..." See More

  • 1 mention in Budget hotels for about 1 week close to Chinatown?

    • Pano A.

      Pano A. said, "...check around the area. If their prices is reasonable, go back only if it is. Backpackers inn/ hotels are aplenty around Chinatown/ Bugis Street in Singapore. The rates may be good but you may want a little more facilities...." See More

  • 1 mention in Where are the best places to shop in Singapore?

    • SC L.

      SC L. said, "...Not that I needed to buy souvenirs of Singapore before myself, but you might want to check out Bugis Street or Chinatown ?I also enjoyed VivoCity - if you're there, they have art installations on the roof you may or may..." See More

  • 1 mention in Top food hawkers in Singapore?

    • Kelly T.

      Kelly T. said, "...You can go to the Chinatown 's Hawker Centre , the biggest hawker centre in Singapore with over 200+ food stalls. The nearest MRT to it is Chinatown station (look for Exit to Pagoda Street or Mosque Street or Temple Street)..." See More

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