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Ann Siang and Club Street, next to China Town are lined with restored two story colonial buildings. Bars and restaurants on every floor, including the roof tops and the basements.
Great place to come when you want to get away from the glass and concrete
Ann Siang Hill is just a small road connecting Club St to South Bridge road. There are a few nice shop houses along it. The Ann Siang Hill park is a small park at the back of Amoy St with a pedestrian walkway providing access...More
The restored shop houses are now mostly restaurants, pubs and a few hotels and independent boutiques. I like how quaint this place is in the day and it turns into a night spot in the evenings! Prices are not that cheap but the entire stretch...More
today we visit chinatown ... we had look and could see the first fireworks for The upcoming chinese new year 2016 - 7./8. february.
saturday chinatown was really growdy - to busy to many tourists
but we was hungry and searched agsin on food street...More
- A small hill park, home to several popular restaurants and bars (visit Nutmeg and Clove, The Screening Room, Oxwell &Co., or O Batignolles), with a charming cafe at the top of the hill.
- A very old well, formerly used by the residents nearby,...More
This is located near Chinatown/ Tanjong Pagar area.
There are many old shophouses that have been conserved and restored to their former glory.
There are many restaurants and pubs located on this street and the neighboring Club Street.
Each shophouse were built by different owners...More