by subway you can easily Access there, and if you are looking some place for buying gifts then it is cheapest place in singapore. Also you can find some nice asian foods there.
1. there is temple which you cannot come inside if you are wearing short shorts/skirts and sleeveless blouses but they provide scarf and piece of clothe to cover. they provide free books for distribution which are really good reads. they allow you to light incense and take pictures inside the temple 2. try chinese delicacies there for as low as... More
Visited Chinatown 3 times in 8 days. Did a night tour with Viator: dinner, trishaw ride, river cruise: had an absolute blast! Wonderful to wander down streets exploring what the shops have to offer. Smell the air from glorious food available & meander down alleys in the market stalls & discover the gifts, trinkets, clothing that Chinatown has to offer!... More
Visiting China Town in Singapore is just something that must be done. The many market stalls offer a range of items to buy but we were a little disappointed that these were set prices and not all that cheap. A great atmosphere with lots of colour and smells. Also venture into some of the larger malls in China Town as... More
MRT, Purple Line NE4, straight up the ramp and into the markets. Heaps of small stalls and businesses plying all sorts of bags, clothes, Singapore mementos, T-Shirts, sunnies, "Makan" stalls etc. Smith street has a shop where dad can at least see some hardware items (not Bunning's) just stuff - hand tools, hardware etc and right next door is a... More
We recently spent time here and really enjoyed it. If you are walking down Pagoda St. or Temple St. you will be walking through the typical market, but be sure to look at the stores behind the stalls. There were some amazing finds back there - some beautiful antiques, and antique replicas. We purchased some beautiful boxes and a beautiful... More
it is a typical market for tourist items but with a difference. everything from cheap mementos to a suit in a few hours.great food at the hawker area great drinks friendly people. a must for anyone visiting Singapore.
We picked up a walking map of the China town market. What a lovely time we had following the trail of interesting places in and around the market. It was a hot humid day as only Singapore can deliver so we stopped at a little café just off pagoda st where they served a fresh coconut water drink it tasted... More
after almost a month out here,last evening I headed for the chinatown so famous out here.its an entire area,a locality with beautiful array of shops on either sides.this is the New Bridge road itself. then I enter one of the streets,the Temple Street. after literally winding my way through the ever crowded street with visitors weilding husge lenses jutting out... More
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