Kampong Ubi Travel Guide

  • Kampong Ubi
    by victorwkf
  • Kampong Ubi
    by victorwkf
  • Kampong Ubi
    by victorwkf

Kampong Ubi Things to Do

  • Kampung Ubi area

    The Kampung Ubi area of Singapore is a hub for selling vehicles. You will see many car showrooms here e.g. Toyota, Nissan, Honda, Renault etc as well as second-hand car dealers (the other area in Singapore selling lots of cars are in Leng Kee Road, somewhere in the central part of Singapore). There is also a car driving learning centre here, as...

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  • Sims Drive

    Sims Drive is a small residential estate located off Geylang Lorong 19, and you can reach here easily by taking the MRT sub-way and alighting at Aljunied MRT station. I am currently staying at one of the residential housing flats at Sims Drive, which has a hawker food centre which sells many delicious local food. This place is worth a visit if you...

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  • Geylang Serai: Malay Village

    The Malay Village is located at the heart of Geylang and is worth visiting although there is nothing much here. However, the surrounding areas should be explored as there are many things to do and see here e.g. Haig Road Hwaker Centre, Joo Chiat area, Tanjong Katong Complex, Post Office Building, City Plaza shopping centre etc.

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  • Geylang: Eastern Aerated Water Building

    This building used to house the Eastern Aerated Water company, which made soft drinks in Singapore years ago before the times of Pepsi and Coke. This historical building is located at the junction of Geylang Road and Aljunied Road.

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  • Geylang: Lots of delicious local food

    There are many delicious and famous local food stores (called "coffee shops") located all over Geylang, which is a food paradise for the local people. I will introduce them to you at the restaurants section of this VT webpage.

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  • Geylang: Fruit Stores

    There is a stretch along Sims Avenue, near to Lorong 17 and Lorong 15, where there are many fruit stores selling tropical fruits such as durians, papaya, water melon, mangoes, banana etc. This place is especially crowded at night and during the weekends, where the locals come here to buy the fruits, which are cheap and tasty.

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Kampong Ubi Restaurants

  • Sha Tin Kitchen Pte Ltd

    This restaurant along Geylang road serves very delicious Cantonese food (Chinese food) at a reasonable price. If you are around the area, do drop by and try the food here. More information about the restaurant and dishes are at their website.

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  • Hawker food centre & coffee shops at...

    If you take the MRT sub-way system along the east-west line and alight at Eunos MRT station, you will find a local hawker food centre and several coffee shops just next to the station. There are lots of delicious local food of the Chinese, Malay and Indian communities here. At the hawker centre, there is a famous food store selling Yong Tau Foo...

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  • Yong He Eating House

    This is a famous 24 hours eating place in Singapore which has very good soya bean milk, soya bean curd, buns, tim sum and many other local foods. There are lots of people eating here especially at night and after midnight during weekends. It is located along the main Geylang Road somewhere between Lorong 5 and Lorong 7 Geylang.

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  • Sik Wai Sin Eating House

    The Sik Wai Sin Eating House serves very delicious local food and is very popular among the locals. This restaurant is rather small and is always full when opened, so it is better to reserve a table first. Nice dishes include the steamed pock, vegetables, tofu, fish etc. Also, it is rather hot inside but still people keep on coming to eat.

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  • Qian Xi (Paya Lebar) Restaurant

    This popular restaurant is located at the 3rd floor of Tanjong Katong Complex near to the Paya Lebar MRT metro system. The food here is mainly Chinese food, and they are tasty and at an affordable price. If you drive, there is a huge carpark next to the building so there should be no problems.

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  • Geylang Claypot Rice

    The Geylang Claypot Rice restaurant is located at No. 639, Lorong 33 Geylang Road and is very popular for its claypot rice. Besides that, their other local dishes are very delicious and at a reasonable price. If you want to eat their claypot rice, it is better for you to telephone them in advance to order or else you have to wait for a very long...

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  • 933 Coffee Shop

    The 933 Coffee Shop is located along Lorong 19 Geylang and there are a few stores selling very delicious local food, especially the 933 duck rice (which all sells another interesting dish which is curry chicken wrapped in a bread), the pork mushroom noodles and the Bat Kut Teh (pork in herbal soup with rice).

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  • Haig Road Hawker Centre

    This big hawker food centre is located at the Geylang Serai area near to the Lion City Hotel, City Plaza and Tanjong Katong Shopping Complex. There are lots of nice local food here, especially the Malay food such as satay, nasi brani, mee rebus etc.

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  • Very delicious food all in one shop

    Hock Thong coffee shop serves many local dishes such as wanton noodles, dim sum etc all under one roof in a traditional setting where you are experience the real heartland Singapore. The price is cheap and it is conveniently located near the Aljunied MRT station, along Sims Avenue (in between Lorong 25A and Lorong 27 Geylang).

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Kampong Ubi Transportation

  • How to get to Geylang Serai?

    The most convenient way of reaching the Geylang Serai area is taking the MRT metro system, which is also cheap. The nearest MRT station is the Paya Lebar station.

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  • How to get to Geylang?

    The most convenient and cheap way of getting to the Geylang area is by taking the MRT metro system. The nearest station just next to the Geylang area is the Aljunied MRT station.

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Kampong Ubi Shopping

  • Post Office Building

    The Post Office Building is a very modern building which is shapped like a boat. It is located just next to the Paya Lebar MRT metro station and consists of a shopping area with a food court as well as restaurants and fast food chains such as McDonalds. The majority of the building is occupied by the postal service of Singapore (this is their main...

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  • Joo Chiat Complex

    The Joo Chiat Complex located at Geylang Serai is a popular shopping centre among the people staying around the region, especially the Malays. There are many stores selling clothings, curtians, health products, electronics etc.

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  • Tanjong Katong Complex

    The Tanjong Katong Complex is another famous shopping centre at Geylang Serai and it is located very near to the Paya Lebar MRT station. There is a Shop & Safe supermarket here as well as a Chinese Restaurant called Qian Xi (Paya Lebar) Restaurant and a Malay restuarant on the ground floor. This shopping centre has many shops selling shoes,...

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Kampong Ubi Local Customs

  • Nike Considered Humara sneakers

    The Nike Considered Humara sneakers come in many different types of colours and I think it is one of the most beautiful sneakers I have seen. The "Considered" technology of Nike involved using natural materials so it does not damage the environment. I ordered it through internet and it was shipped from Malmo (Sweden) to Singapore at a total cost of...

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  • Nike Air Max Breathe Cage Tennis Shoe

    I bought this good looking and very comfortable tennis shoe on the internet (Tennis Warehouse) during November 2007 and the company can ship it all the way to Singapore which is great!The description of this tennis shoes at Tennis Warehouse:The Air Max Breathe Cage, worn by ATP player Rafael Nadal, offers the ultimate in speed oriented support,...

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  • Brooks Maximus Running Shoes

    I managed to get a pair of Brooks Maximus running shoes in September 2007 as this shoe is part of the items which I can get for my army reservist training (so it is free-of-charge). This running shoe is very light and comfortable, and good for casual wear in addition to running or jogging.

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Kampong Ubi Warnings and Dangers

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    When travelling around the Geylang area, you have to be careful as there are lots of foreign workers staying here, as well as prostitutes since this is one of the red light districts in Singapore (especially the area around Geylang Lorong 6, Lorong 8 and Lorong 10). If you are female, do not travel here alone and try to travel as a group, best with some male friends.

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Kampong Ubi Off The Beaten Path

  • Geylang: Mohd Salleh Mosque

    This is one of the main islamic mosques in the Geylang area, and is recently rebuilt. It is located along Geylang Road next to Lorong 11 Geylang.

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  • Geylang: Shan Yuan Tang Temple

    This small temple is located at the junction of Geylang Road and Lorong 11 Geylang, just next to the Mohd Salleh Mosque.

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  • Yi De Aquarium and Pets

    If you are interested to purchase tropical freshwater fishes to keep in your aquarium, you can visit Yi De Aquarium and Pets located at the junction of Geylang Road and Lorong 33 Geylang, just next to the famous claypot rice stall. This shop sells a significant variety of freshwater fishes and aquarium accessories, and the prices are reasonable.

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  • Experience the life of the local people

    When you are in these areas of Singapore, do walk around and experience the life of the local people here. For example, the lady in this photograph is selling newspapers and magazines along the street of Geylang. Usually, cars will stop by or people on the street will buy the newspapers, especially during mornings and evenings when the local...

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