Chinatown Singapore

Chinatown Singapore

Chinatown is an enjoyable strolling place. Filled with lots of cool stores, great shops, and restaurants with a motley theme. This busy street is a one stop shop to anyone who wants to buy affordable souvenir items. It is brilliant to walk around Chinatown with all the affordable street foods and drinks. It is so fun to see! A must visit place in Singapore!  

                 Chinatown Street       Busy Street

5 Places to Add on Your List When You Are in Chinatown

  • What’s inside will amaze you! You can witness creative and outstanding perspectives for product and communication designs from over 50 countries. This museum showcases latest trends and winners of every exhibit of one of the world’s largest and leading design competitions “ Red Dot Design Award.” Every year committee experts on design decide which products in the field of communication and design concept works will be on display in the Museum. You will be fascinated with all the concepts and ideas you will see.

  • This is a peaceful place to experience in amidst the dashing Chinatown. This was built in 2007 to house a tooth relic of Buddha. This is a solemn place where you can meditate if you want. It has a fascinating architectural design that certainly looks traditional. This place is impressive with its amazing interior designs. Don’t miss this place if you are already in Chinatown.

  • This Hindu Temple has been tagged as National Monument due to its architectural and historical significance. The entrance of the temple is fascinating. It is one of the major tourist attraction in Chinatown Singapore; an interesting place to visit.

  • Who loves to admire old temples? Then this is a perfect place to gaze at. Thian Hock Keng Temple is the oldest Chinese Temple and one of the most interesting old buildings in Singapore. It offers you a free visit with a guided tour. So go grab this free tour. You may donate if you want to.

  • Speakers’ Corner is an area located within Hong Lim Park where citizens and permanent residents of Singapore may demonstrate, hold exhibitions,  performances, and speak freely on most topics.

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