Chinatown continues to be one of the fascinating corners of the city. It is dominated by Chinese culture. However, the landscape is marked with various other cultural features as well. Every city needs a Chinatown but Singapore’s Chinatown is even more fascinating due to its cultureal diversity and harmony. This place includes the Sri Mariamman Temple, the Jamae Mosque and the Al Abrar Mosque. Mainly, Victorian and Baroque influences are seen in the architecture.
The best part about it is of course the food so be absolutely certain to try out the various delectable delights. To feel the pulse in Chinatown, head to the Smith Streets and Trengganu where the largest concentration of the activity is found.
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Wander through the streets of Chinatown to the well-preserved shop houses and get a feel of what is was like for Chinese immigrants who made Singapore home. Venture into Chinese trade stores such as the ones who specialize in Chinese remedies and ano
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One of the busiest stations that I have ever been to in SG. There are plenty of tourists going in and out of the different exits of the station. What's great about this place is that it has a lot of security and also information counters who are willing to point you to the place that you desire to visit.
Many many shops selling cheap tat. Some great food in the outdoor sections. I really enjoyed the temples.
Have to see this spot. As in other cities are Chinatowns also in Singapore is one of them. Chinese culture, typical food street and street shops what impressed you for sure. Especially if you visit China town during the Chinese New Year celebrations it just amazing. Do not miss this place.
The dt19 platform is very clean. There are no restrooms that I found, but it is connected to a mall that has restrooms. If you get off the subway train here, you will be in walking distance from the billion shops of Chinatown and several Buddhist temples. There is also a nice view from the street of several of the downtown buildings.
A very bustling area of Singapore, especially over weekends which is when we visited. Lots of stores mostly selling touristy stuff to jewelry and many, many eating places mostly selling Chinese. Some stores were selling at bargain prices enticing tourist by giving discounted rates for multiples of the same item. Part of a heritage area, with temples and close to other areas. It was given conservation status in July of 1989 and has four distinct sub-districts which forms part of the greater town (Da Po). Great for an afternoon walk or stroll.