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Singapore Half-Day City Tour
"You will start from Little India - a haven of Indian culture and ethnicity that embodies the vibrant and colourful pulse of the Indian community in Singapore.Next drive to the mouth of the Singapore River. The Merlion a national icon representing Singapore’s humble beginning as a fishing village is located here. The Merlion Park set against the City as backdrop is a sight not to be missed.Drive past the Financial District to Chinatown and discover the rich her the Chinese first settled here and yet right in its midst you’ll find one of our oldest and picturesque Hindu Temple.Last stop is the Singapore Botanic Gardens the 'green lung' of our city. Experience the calm and serenity of this 52 hectares garden. Located within the grounds is the National Orchid Garden where you can marvel at the wide and colorful variety of Orchids on display."""
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Singapore Hawker Center Food Tour in Chinatown
"Meet your guide at Chinatown’s MRT Station and set off on foot to the Chinatown Complex Singapore’s largest hawker center a type of open-air food market popular in Asia. The complex overflows with more than 220 stalls but don’t be fazed — your guide will introduce you to Singapore’s tastiest selections.As you explore try mouth-watering goodies such as Singaporean chicken rice and poh piah accompanied by ice-cold freshly squeezed sugar cane juice. Hear about the origins of hawker centers in Singapore from your guide and while you chow down
From $60.00
 
4-Hour Bike Tour of Singapore
"Imagine spending 4 hours exploring Singapore by bike. Cycling through the biggest cultural enclave Chinatown and experiencing it's rich culture. Visit the oldest residential estate tiong bahru and experience the serenity and beauty of the conserved houses from the 1930s. We zip through shops restaurants and private residences along the iconic Singapore river to relive the days of the commercial civilization. No Singapore experience is complete without a visit to the local ""coffee shop"" where they serve the most aromatic coffee along with s winding up in the commercial district of Shenton way touted as the wall street of Singapore.Exploring Singapore by bike is the best way to get up closer and see the real Singapore. With our local expert by your side you will learn lots of interesting trivia and hear local stories that are uniquely Singapore. Our tour is designed to get the most from your 4 hours in an interesting and relaxing manner to allow each tourist to immerse into the local culture. Th
From SGD100.00

Chinatown Tips (8)

Affordable Singapore @ Chinatown

Many times we have visited Chinatown and we keep coming back for more.Chinatown Singapore is accessible with every transportation method available , MRT NE 4, taxis ,Buses.In this area , 76 % of the...
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ErwinKoo
Mar 02, 2014

Chinese Temples

Singapore is Basically one big chinatown wherein 76% of the population are chinese in origin and even if the state follows multiculturalism, you would notice that the dominant people here are the...
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machomikemd
May 20, 2011

Chinatown Heritage Centre

If you are visiting Chinatown, why not head to the Chinatown Heritage Centre.Go back to history when u step into Chinatown Heritage Centre.It will bring you back to the Nanyang days where u could see...
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imstress
Apr 04, 2011

Early morning Chinatown

Take the opportunity for a peaceful early morning stroll through historic Chinatown without the maddening crowds. No shops or restaurants will be open but it's a good opportunity to get some photo's...
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robertgaz
Sep 06, 2006

Sri Mariamman Temple

The Sri Mariamman Temple is situated in Chinatown along South Bridge Road. It is the oldest and largest Hindu Temple in Singapore which was built in 1843.Do remove your shoes before you enter the...
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imstress
Oct 30, 2005

Bak Kwa

Bak Kwa are thin (hmmm but can be thick nowadays) , lacquered sheets of pork barbecued in the traditional way.It is 'must-have' goodie during the Chinese New Year and once you start munching, you...
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Rachelynn
Dec 05, 2004

Chinatown

Chinatown is where the Chinese immigrants lived, worked and played.You can see the oldest Hokkien temple, Thian Hocke Kend and the oldest Indian temple, Sri Mariamman Temple.Don't forget to drop by...
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imstress
Oct 17, 2004

Sensual Massage

Around Chinatown, and indeed elsewhere in Singapore, are a number of health centres and massage places. Quality and prices are variable, the lowest rate being about 35 SGD for an hour. At the top of...
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phil_uk_net
Jan 03, 2004
 
 
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Things to Do Near Chinatown

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Chinatown

Singapore has a colourful and interesting Chinatown. You can get here by taking the MRT to Chinatown Station. We just had a quick stroll around the main market areas on Pagoda Street, but there is...
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Sri Mariamman Temple

Found in Chinatown, rather than where you might expect in Little India, the Sri Mariamman Temple is the main temple for Hindus in the city. It's one of Singapore's oldest buildings, founded just eight...
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Boat Quay and Clarke Quay

Boat Quay on the Singapore River was the main centre of Chinese river trade right up until the 1960s, then the area fell into decline. In the 1980s it was restored and the former warehouses were made...
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Clarke Quay

Picking up a concept which has proven successful in other cities, the old harbour area around Clarke Quay was converted into a leisure area with cafés, shops, bars etc. The high density of them makes...
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The Singapore River

The Singapore River was once its life's blood as a trading route. Now it is more of a pleasant place for a stroll, or to eat and drink next to. You can also take a boat trip along it. We did that many...
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Cavenagh Bridge

Go for a walk across or go underneath the historical bridge by boat. Cavenagh Bridge is a pedestrian bridge across the Singapore River. The Cavenagh Bridge is the only suspension bridge and one of...
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