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CHIJMES (pronounced “chimes”) stands for the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus, a Neo-Classical style building which houses one of Singapore’s most aesthetically-pleasing dining and entertainment venues.
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An old converted convent (award winning too for how it was done in-keeping with the original style), this is now a hip restaurant and bar area, with stylish F&B outlets across two levels. We visited on a rainy Tuesday afternoon so it was pretty deserted...More
Definitely worth visiting for dinner or just for drinks! Great variety of restaurants (we went for indian and mexican) for every taste. You definitely can have kids there too. This is really a well hidden gem!
We have only had drinks at one of the bars here,most of the bars seem to do a happy hour from around 6pm till 9pm,the price are pretty standard for Singapore —-for 4 x beers the bill came to 42.00,the atmosphere is friendly and it...More
An old church housing a number of restaurants. An atmospheric background with a ton of choice. The church now apparently houses only weddings and the the last scene of Crazy Rich Asians was shot here. During WW 2 lots of babies were left at the...More