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FlossyFlamingo
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Reviewed on 13 Oct 2023
Superb stay in very clean and friendly room in the heart of Chinatown whilst solo travelling.
"Superb stay in very clean and friendly room in the heart of Chinatown whilst solo travelling."
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Dec - Feb
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27ºC
COLDEST
21ºC34ºC
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210mm
WETTEST
89 mm299 mm
Mar - May
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28ºC
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21ºC34ºC
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149mm
89 mm299 mm
Jun - Aug
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21ºC34ºC
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147mm
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89 mm299 mm
Sep - Nov
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27ºC
21ºC34ºC
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179mm
89 mm299 mm
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Hotels near the sights

  • Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum
    The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum (BTRTM) was founded in 2002 by Venerable Shi Fazhao. It was registered by the Registrar of Societies in 20th February 2003, and as a charity under the Charities Act in 8th January 2004. The Temple is dedicated to the Maitreya Buddha, which means 'The Compassionate One', and also called 'The Future Buddha'. (A)WEEKLY FREE GUIDED TOUR: BTRTM is pleased to offer a 1 1/2 - 2 hrs long guided tour of the Temple every Saturdays at 2pm. The tour will be conducted free-of-charge in English by the temple's Volunteers guides. Limited slots are available per weekly session. Confirmed registration is based on first-come-first-serve basis. (B)DISCOVERING BUDDHISM: Shakyanmuni Buddha had gained insight into the truth, perfected the qualities of wisdom and compassion over 2560 years ago. His teachings develops clarity in minds, enables abilities to end suffering and finds lasting happiness. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is carrying on the mission in offering "Discovering Buddhism' programme. 'Discovering Buddhism' is a specially designed programme for participants to gain experiential taste of Chinese Mahayana Buddhist etiquette, Basic Buddhist teachings and Basic Meditation within a day. This English taught programme is suitable for both tourists who wish to learn more about Buddhism and experienced learners who needs a refresher. Participants will benefit from the interactive and engaging teaching led by Venerable Wu Xiang and Venerable Ru Zhi who have more than a decade experience teaching Buddhism and Meditation in different cultural settings! [Chinese Mahayana Buddhist Etiquette] Buddhist etiquette is an important part of every Buddhist life. It expresses religious sentiments to the Buddha, the Teacher (Monk or Nun) and promotes gracefulness in social interactions. This is also a mean of training in mindfulness in every action one is taking. [Basic Buddhist teachings] Buddhism has been transmitted over the past centuries because of its timeless and enduring message to the spiritual needs of man in finding true peace, happiness, and well-being. In this part of the programme, learn about the basic essential knowledge of Buddhism. [Basic Meditation] Buddhist have been practicing meditation in cultivating calm, focused and positive states of mind. Introductory of technique will be taught to enable the participants to learn practical tips on how to achieve a clearer state of mind and focus better. Things to take note : * Avoid wearing hats, shorts or revealing tops * The organizer reserves the right to cancel the tour due to unforeseen circumstances. In such instances, registrants will be notified via their mobile phones.
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  • Chinatown Heritage Centre
    This place is temporarily closed. The colourful past of Chinatown comes alive within the walls of these three beautifully-restored shophouses on Pagoda Street, comfortably nestled in the midst of Singapore's bustling Chinatown district. Every nook and cranny in the Chinatown Heritage Centre pulsates with the memories of yesteryear, offering an experience like no other as one is transported to Chinatown in the budding years of Singapore's establishment as a seaport. From the desperate hopefulness of the many "Sinkheh" (new migrants) - risking life and limb to embark on an arduous journey from the various Chinese provinces to the promised land of Singapore - to the raw, seedy and underground practices of gambling dens and secret societies, be prepared to experience a sense of nostalgia and sentimentality as you step into the pages of Chinatown's history. The Chinatown Heritage Centre is the only place in Singapore that has recreated the original interiors of its shophouse tenants in the 1950s, offering visitors an honest, revealing glimpse into the lives of Chinatown's early residents.
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  • Sri Mariamman Temple
    Singapore’s oldest Hindu temple is also one of the most popular thanks to its proximity to Chinatown and its colorful exterior. Admission is free, though a donation is requested of those taking photographs. An annual fire-walking ceremony is held here every October or November.
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  • Tea Chapter
    A 30 year old traditional Chinese tea house located 9 Neil Road is a two-storey shophouse in Second Transitional Shophouse Style and features distinctive decorative wall mouldings on the front façade. It is located within the Tanjong Pagar area of Chinatown Historic District, an area rich in 19th century urban heritage
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Frequently Asked Questions about Chinatown hotels

The Scarlet Singapore, Ann Siang House by The Unlimited Collection, and Capri by Fraser, China Square / Singapore are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum. See the full list: Hotels near Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum.

Popular hotels close to Chinatown Heritage Centre include AMOY Hotel by Far East Hospitality, The Scarlet Singapore, and PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering, Singapore. See the full list: Hotels near Chinatown Heritage Centre.

Popular hotels close to Changi Airport include Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore, Crowne Plaza Changi Airport, an IHG Hotel, and D’Resort @ Downtown East. See the full list: Hotels near Changi Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Sri Mariamman Temple are AMOY Hotel by Far East Hospitality, The Clan Hotel by Far East Hospitality, and The Scarlet Singapore. See the full list: Hotels near Sri Mariamman Temple.