Take in the quaint charm of the winding streets of Chinatown, explore the Chinese wet market brimming with old medicinal and culinary herbs, wander the slopes of Ann Siang Hill, and marvel at the delicate southern Chinese architecture of the Temple of Heavenly Happiness.
As you roam the historic streets of Singapore's Chinatown, browse the bustling wet market filled with stalls and stands offering a range of various knickknacks, including an abundance of clogs, paper cars, and spices. Get a whiff of the delightful food stalls displaying steaming buns and sticky cakes or take your pick of exotic local fruits.
Then step into an authentic Chinese trade store that specializes in traditional medicines and ancestral worship supplies before continuing to Thian Hock Keng, the Temple of Heavenly Happiness. Here, witness the grand architecture of the oldest Hokkien temple in Singapore and admire its beautiful decorations.
Your last stop is Ann Siang Hill. Once a plantation and a playground for the rich and influential, it now features beautifully preserved shophouses showcasing both modern and antique items.