Categories: Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
Discover the scents of traditional food amid the clamor of street markets at Chinatown, Singapore's traditional Chinese quarter. Crowded and busy throughout the day, this neighborhood allows visitors and locals mingle in a cultural melting pot. Treat yourself to some of Singapore's best foods at one of the many authentic restaurants, or cool off at a lively bar. Test your bargaining skills at a street stall, offering discounts on souvenirs, clothing, and electronics. To visit Chinatown on your holiday in Singapore, and find out what else Singapore has to offer, use our Singapore trip itinerary planner.
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Worth visiting for a stroll through, however all shops stock pretty much all the same stuff. It is cheap however if you want to take home souvenirs. Better to go in the afternoon when every stall is o... read more »
This is a large network of roads with many shops and food outlets. Good for present hunting at reasonable prices.
Great visit to Chinatown. Some of the old shops that have been restored really interesting. Found a great one that sells all kinds of chop sticks the staff there were very friendly but I can't remembe... read more »
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