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I recently learnt that in the 18th century, this street used to be the Singapore coast line. Which is why the street name in Malay means Water Bay. You can see the traces of history here with the old temples and mosque, and shrine build...More
Don't let the street name fool you. Telok Ayer Street is one of the streets located in Chinatown district. The buildings are well kept and it has lots of very nice eateries here. It is a vibrant street and definitely a good place to enjoy...More
This closed off street section can be smelled from a few blocks. Adjacent to a permanent food court under a canopy, 10-or-so barbecue-based shops are operating. Most of them serve sateh and fried rice. The quality is good and the atmosphere is unique. Waiters offering...More
I am so thankful for the amount of physical activity we have done whilst in singapore given how much food we are here. So many different cuisines and so very tasty. We visited with our 28 month old and saw many other families, mainly local...More
This is just a small stretch of road about 800m long surround by many attractions, restaurants & offices. It starts from Church St (Singapore River) crosses Cross St, Boon Tat St, Amoy St/McCallum St and ends at Cecil St. It can be reached by many...More
My First time went to Telok Ayer street and Falling in love with this area
Very charming street
Very convenient around Telok Ayer and China town
Many cafe shop, restaurants at over there and very beautiful temple ”Thian Hock Keng”
and especially the...More
Lots of good looking bars and restaurants here and in the next street over (Amoy St). Recommend not going on a Sunday early afternoon as many were closed when we went there. Was hoping for an authentic Singaporean/Chinese experience but it seemed like every second...More
Excellent street food from all over Asia. Frenetic by night and calmer by day. It is a good representation of what is bought on the streets of most Asian cities. Don’t try to use the WC’s it will spoil your visit.