Food streets, markets, general shopping. The night markets are fun and it’s worth a look around. I suspect we only scratched the surface.
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The Singapore Chinatown is a nice place to spend a few hours. The sellers are nice and not too intrusive (like their counterparts in KL), the restaurants are great, and if you want to buy genuine arts and crafts pieces you can actually make a...More
Dropped into Chinatown via the SMRT and took a good look around. It is starting to change but still has the various stores and individuals that are keen to get you in the door and make a sale.
Walked around the streets for an hour or so, found it a bit boring, with just many shops selling junky souvenirs. I thought it lacked history and character. Maybe I missed something.
There are only about 3 streets where can go and walk around, nice feeling of China with low price merchandise. There are two special temples, one Hindi and another one is Chinese. By walking inside you get the local and spiritual feeling. However, walking around...More
This place is a must for tourists and first time visitors. It’s amazing how many shops and eateries are crammed into Chinatown. My overseas friends were impressed with the range of knick knacks and souvenirs sold to suit their budget. One can find keychains, magnets,...More
I visited this area during the Chinese New Year Festival; lots of interesting things going on, options for eating and shopping
Its alive with people and colour, can be a little annoying with the people pestering you. Its 'cheap' and simple. A must do when in the city. Get cash before you go, was running around looking for a cash machine as many places only take...More