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Holland Village, Singapore

(3.5/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
A vibrant neighborhood of bustling nightlife, Holland Village serves as a collection of inexpensive restaurants, spas, and food stands. The center is a hub for tourists and locals alike, known as a popular place to watch the world go by. Grab a seat at one of the many different restaurants, serving meals from all over the world, or grab a beer at a casual bar. The street is entirely pedestrian and the shops sell a variety of goods--from shoes and makeup to clothing and handmade crafts. The village is easily accessible too, as it has its own subway stop. To visit Holland Village on your holiday in Singapore, and find out what else Singapore has to offer, use our Singapore vacation generator.
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  • Holland Village is a neighbourhood mall. Although for most part, it has the typical services and sundry shops, but it also have hipster hangout spots that has been mushrooming here of late. For exampl...  more »
  • It is a fashionable area to Westerners in popular areas, lined with cafes, lounges and restaurants. Know other districts, such as grocery store in a shopping mall in front of quite interesting, I think that because of the interest. Because this neighborhood is a residential area on the outskirts of town for tourists is not. People in Singapore for the first time introduced a travel magazine, but I should have somewhere to go.
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  • Go there when it's not raining because there are many entertainment options. It is cozier out than sit inside at a restaurant if you want to know the stamming and the crowd is very mixed by different cultures and folktyer. There are many fine restaurants and simple food center also in the area. At the food center serving both local delicacies and western dishes. The price is a little higher on average than other food centers/court in Singapore but cozy there is high. We were four former colleagues and order Indian food there. Their naan bread and briyani etc was very tasty and the mango lassi, however, a bit sweet but very good!
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