This is probably the cleanest Chinatown of the world! You can find anything here, but what I suggest to buy are typical Chinese objects and souvenirs.
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The Chinatown in Singapore is just like the others, but you may come across that one special shop, or a very helpful shop owner, who will make the visit worth your while. We were in lucky in that aspect, as we came across this delightful...More
If you are looking for affordable meals then Chinatown is for you. Super Clean and safe this place is great to visit for a cheap bowl of noodles or its famous Crab
Spent several hours in China town walking leisurely busy place even at 9.30 am local time not everything is opened but around 10.00am the place is buzzing with activities and stall are full of merchandise what ever you might fancy buying, from cheap tourist baubles...More
Didn't find it any different to China towns elsewhere in the world. Cheap souvenirs on sale. Dirty streets, rubbish piles with people pressing you to purchase goods or eat in their restaurants. If you enjoy this kind of atmosphere go but I wouldn't go again.
This place is like any other city China Town, however, point to be noted that it is a place to shop for cheap when in Singapore. It is a nice place to check on Chinese medicine and Chinese tea.
I have been to China Towns almost all over the world but this was the least impressive as it is a small street of just knick knacks and nothing special. Especially if you don't have extra time to kill and if it is super hot...More
During our most recent visit to Singapore, we stayed at a hotel located in the heart of Chinatown. This gave us easy access to one of our favourite parts of Singapore ie. Chinatown itself. We spent a good amount of time exploring the Chinatown market...More
Since singapore is the cleanest city in the world, the chinatown of singapore is the cleanest too. I usually dont spend a lot of time in chinatowns of other countries because it is not the mainstream culture. However, in singapore, there are many chinese-singaporean people....More