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Old style architecture buildings converted into a mini type strip mall serving the needs of the office workers and tourists. Quite a number of cafes and restaurants with limited number of other types of stores.
Found this place whilst walking through Chinatown and didn't know it existed originally! although many restaurants were closed around lunchtime when we visited, I will definitely return in the evening to sample the delights!lovely statues sporadically placed around the walk walks makes this a delightful...More
We didn't stop here for food - it looked way too busy for us. we did however try to make our way through the crowds and found some of the historical information and statues withing the square. Interesting if you're passing through but not to...More
This is the conserved shophouse area which is part of a commercial development.
It houses lots of restaurants and eateries and is crowded during lunch with the working crowd and for dinner, the drinking crowd.
The eating establishments range from the quick takeaway to the...More
If you are a tourist in Singapore and want to experience the financial centre Raffles Place - it's great to stop for a drink or two at the Far East square ! Nice bars and restaurants
1. Pagi Sore - Indonesian Food
2. Kazbar -...More
Set very much in a busy business district, this area is swimming with choices for food. Just about any cuisine is available here from Subway to traditional Chinese or Korean cuisine.
Many places you queue for your food and some you can sit and be...More
Many expats gather to Far East Square to drink every weekday night. There are many local, Asian and international restaurants and bars. There is the most choices for drinking in Singapore. Average cost is a bit expensive than other places. Usually Singapore restaurants close around...More