Chinatown in Singapore is a sharp contrast to the rest of the city, with low rise buildings and culture bursting out onto the streets, from the fragrant smells of.
Singapore Chinatown is an amazing place full of beautifully restored shophouses selling amazing kind of products from jade Buddhas to textiles to Chinese.
From colourful neighbourhoods and spectacular views to historical landmarks, we explore the best things to do and see in Singapore's.
What to eat, drink, see and do in Singapore's bustling Chinatown from having the world's cheapest Michelin-starred meal at Hawker Chan to.
With excellent hawker food, temples and a Chinese opera tea house, Singapore's Chinatown has it all. Explore its rich history with our top seven must- dos.
Singapore's historic Chinatown is a busy place, filled with a mixture of old and new shops and markets. These narrow streets are an important.
Singapore Chinatown has loads of great things to see and do, all for free! Here are my top 10 suggestions.
Pay a visit to Chinatown, and explore a neighbourhood where the new and the From the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, take a short jaunt down South Bridge.