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Chinatown is a classic combination of colourful sights, enticing smells, and sometimes startling sounds. The precinct is unique, however, in its blending of religions and cultures. A Hindu temple, an Islamic mosque, and a Chinese Buddhist temple sit almost side by side. This sense of cultural harmony continues as you venture just outside of Chinatown to the nightlife areas of Club Street and Duxton Hill. There you’ll mingle with Singapore’s multicultural residents at the modern bars and restaurants dotting the bustling streets. An afternoon in and around Chinatown will leave you culturally enlightened, well fed, and loaded with souvenirs. In the evening, reward yourself with a well-deserved cocktail as the locals come out to play.
We were lucky enough to get to the centre in time to take a guided tour. Karen, our guide, was very knowledgeable and really made the history of Chinatown and its residents come alive. The centre offers fascinating insights into the way people of various circumstances lived and worked, with rooms furnished as they would have been in the 50s...
This temple is known as Buddhist temple. Although it's a Buddhist temple, everyone could visit this temple. Some of the visitors is praying and some of the visitors is just sightseeing.
If you are visiting Chinatown, we suggest you to visit this temple.
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"Spoilt for Choice"
reviewed 6 days ago by kaysweet2017
From a 1 plate meal to a 3-4 course meal , it's all available with a choice of different cuisines .
From breakfast food to a light snack in-between ,to lunch and then dinner , it's all there .
Best of all, it's cheap so ,go ahead , try something you've never had before - you don't have to finish...
This is a top 5 restaurant in tripadvisor so i was tempted to try. Interesting concept for the menu - there are 30+ items and you tell them what you don't want. There are 3 set menus - 4, 6, 8 items
The chefs deliver the dishes, like tippling club, so there's a personal touch
Food is overall very good....
Food is consistently good and kudos to the Chef Sun for his creativity in combining contrasting tastes that blend beautifully. This summer menu is a delight especially the Carabinero Prawn, Rack of Lamb and the Spatchcock cooked in French butter. Not forgetting the tropical summer dessert with glutinous rice topped with burnt pineapple and coconut. Perfect dinner treat.
"Collect the Star, at the Michelin Restaurant, Rhubarb Le"
reviewed 1 week ago by chackoka
Singapore boasts 38 restaurants with Michelin Stars, ranging from one to three. The elegant, lush, green Duxton Hill is an appropriate setting for a star-studded restaurant. The neighborhood might even look like a quaint European village with history lacing it. Graceful bars, shops, stores and restaurants line the well-paved roads. Contemporary French Rhubarb Le Restaurant, sporting one star, is in...
"A dining experience with excitement in each bite. "
reviewed 1 week ago by dollyddraws
If you can, get a seat at the bar overlooking the kitchen , it is wonderful watching a cohesive crew construct magic.
Tippling club is an intimate restaurant and bar that produces big flavour.
The food is a visual delight and an explosion of flavours on the tongue. Each course from the snacks to the desserts impresses and has you...
We planned our son's birthday party and having experienced the Chef's previous restaurant hospitality, this was a no-brainer.
We gave an overview of what the preferences of some of us were to the Chef and then left it to him to prepare for the table. We were 14 in total.
Dinner was served in multiple courses, and we were stuffed...
Hotel is in a great location close to Chinatown and the Maxwell food centre. Plenty of restaurants and bars close by.
The rooms are small and a little dark so it was nice to have a balcony to sit outside.
Right across. From the subway.. Iso you will not need to pay for cabs! In China town.. Rooms are VERY small.. But why stay in your room when you. Can. go,out on the town! GOod choice if You. Are just going to stay a day or two
This hotel is very close to Outram Road MRT Station so easy to get to from Changi Airport. It is also on the edge of Chinatown so easy to wander round the quaint shop-houses on 5ft way.
Rooms here are small but very serviceable. All have AC and wifi which works well. TVs and safes in all rooms and friendly...
The hotel is nice and clean. Situated at the heart of China town. Amenities are complete and room have loft design. So close to the restaurants and transport along the city is accessible and walking distance to hawkers lane and night market. Staff are very helpfull in dealing guest and room Wifii never drops.
The Southbridge hotel is in a very central location right on the edge of 'Chinatown'.
First impressions are good from the outside and check in was very quick. The rooms are not too spacious, but the bed was very comfortable and the air conditioning was perfect.
The bathroom was a 'wet room' which was very compact but functionable.