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Take the train to Chinatown and follow Exit G.
Recommendations for food:
Tendon Kohaku (amazing tendons)
Genki Sushi (nice sushis at very reasonable prices)
Lotus (decent vegetarian options)
Recommendations for beverages:
KOI (ice cream milk tea with golden pearl)
Tiger Sugar (brown sugar milk tea)...More
Chinatown pointe is a very busy place with almoat anuthing you need to shop and eat available. There isa big food grocery store, a Japanese Daiso store and every type of food available. Breakfast, specialty pastries, thai, chinese, ramen, etc etc... Great place for everything....More
I like to bring my foreign friends to Chinatown to shop for Singapore souvenirs. Chinatown Point is always the ending point where I would link them to Clarke Quay subsequently. They have a handful of good restaurants, a supermarket and good air-conditioning. There's no reason...More
Nearest MRT station is chinatown station (NE4/DT19) and about 3-5 mins distance walk from MRT station
This shopping mall built in 1990s and that time got a serious construction tragedy occurs during construct the shopping mall. I still vividly remember there were casualties and reported...More
This mall has been around for many years and has been renovated recently . It was rather crowded and busy in the afternoon. There are some food outlets here, a NTUC supermarket and a public library on the top floor.
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.