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First Time in Chinatown Singapore

The Best Things to Do in Singapore Chinatown

Chinatown is where the old traditions of Singapore live on. You can see old friends playing board games, drinking tea and chatting loudly; hectic fresh markets alive with the theatre of life; stunning temples and shophouses; authentic hawker centres, and so much more. Singapore Chinatown is located right in the centre of Singapore and is well serviced by public transport. Divided into four main districts – Kreta Ayer, Telok Ayer, Tanjong Pagar and Bukit Pasoh – you can easily get around on foot in Chinatown and makes for a fascinating exploration, day or night.

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The Best Hotels in Chinatown

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Hotels in Chinatown offer some of the best value possible in Singapore. A popular base for backpackers, you can find many hostels here as well as plenty of midrange accommodation that combines a culturally rich location, walking distance to public transport and great for hopping around the city.

Naumi Liora Hotel

Naumi Liora Hotel

Naumi Liora is a carefully restored Chinese residence located in the Keong Saik road resting inside the Chinatown and Read More...

Parkroyal On Beach Road

Parkroyal on Pickering is conveniently located at the junction of New Bridge Road and upper Pickering Street, both a Read More...

Park Regis Singapore

Park Regis Singapore

Park Regis Singapore is ideally located within walking distance to entertainment and dining hotspots such as Clarke Read More...

The Best Attractions in Chinatown

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If you are looking for stunning temples and bustling streets then Chinatown takes some beating. Just walking around this neighbourhood is a fascinating experience with plenty to see and many scenes that seem ready-made for photographers to capture.

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is a remarkable four-story temple. When entering the gate, you’ll immediately notice the Read More...

Sri Mariamman Temple

Sri Mariamman Temple

The oldest shrine in Singapore – Sri Mariamman Temple is one of the most prominent places of worship for Tamil Hindus in Read More...

Red Dot Design Museum

Red Dot Design Museum

Red Dot Design Museum will make you look at everyday objects in a different light. Taking the mystery out of innovations Read More...

Best Restaurants in Chinatown

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Dim sum lunches and seafood banquets are just the start of all the many culinary experiences that are waiting for you in Chinatown. There are also some of the best hawker centres in Singapore around here, including Michelin star food stalls!

Chinatown Food Street

Chinatown Food Street

Chinatown Food Street has had a bit of a makeover, making it one of the best places to eat cheap, tasty and authentic Read More...

5 Restaurants on Duxton Hill

5 Restaurants on Duxton Hill

The reincarnation of Duxton Hill has created a new foodie neighbourhood in Chinatown. It’s now a real pleasure to walk Read More...

Restaurant Andre

While the molecular portions served up here are microscopic in size, and often quite confusing, few dining experiences Read More...

Best Nightlife in Chinatown

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Nightlife in Chinatown has a nice mix of activities, from family friendly markets to arty hangouts and more than a few bohemian spots popular with expats and locals. If you are looking for late night clubbing action there are better areas of Singapore but for something a little different then Chinatown is a great option.

Screening Room

Screening Room

Dinner and a movie take on a new meaning at Screening Room in Chinatown, where the chefs pair the menu with the film and Read More...

Chinatown Food Street

Chinatown Food Street

Chinatown Food Street has had a bit of a makeover, making it one of the best places to eat cheap, tasty and authentic Read More...

Tippling Club

English-born head chef Ryan Clift takes the meaning of the word innovative to a whole new level at Tippling Club, with Read More...

Best Shopping in Chinatown

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Shopping is not the first thing that springs to mind when you head to Chinatown but visitors will be pleasantly surprised by the quaint souvenirs and bargains to be found around Pagoda Street. This is a world away from the designer brands found in the big malls and a good place to stock up on presents for loved ones back home.

Chinatown Food Street

Chinatown Food Street

Chinatown Food Street has had a bit of a makeover, making it one of the best places to eat cheap, tasty and authentic Read More...

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