Chinatown’s strong heritage attracts tourists
with its busy yet energetic streets through the day,
and even more so by night. If you are one who has
a keen interest in history, you should visit the
Chinatown Heritage Centre to unravel stories of Singapore’s
Interested in our local delights? Chinatown Food Street
offers over 20 varieties of local hawker favourites!
For a unique night market shopping experience, take
a stroll along the Chinatown Night Market and be delighted
with the merchandise on offer.
Pick from a mélange of remarkable restaurants
to have dinner, with a choice of alfresco dining along
the riverside. Thereafter, hop off to a pub - on the
same stretch - and chill with friends.
Converted from warehouses, Clarke Quay displays eccentric
shops such as second-hand and antique shops, flea markets
and restaurants with a whole lot of dining alternatives.
Clubs and pubs liven up the area when night falls.
For more, see Things to do in Singapore