The cramped five-foot-ways, dingy alleys and raucous street hawkers are relics of Chinatown’s past. The historic Chinese quarter is now a bustling mix of old and new, filled with traditional shops and markets as well as cool stores and cafes.

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Wander through the streets and discover family-run goldsmiths, medicinal halls and teahouses that have been around for generations. Foodies can take delight with the local delicacies at Chinatown Food Street that houses a row of hawker stalls. Chinese cuisines from different provinces of China are also a new sight at Chinatown.

For cultural experiences, head down to Sri Mariammam Temple, Jamae Mosque and Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. Or head down to Yue Hwa, Singapore’s only department store that specialises in Chinese silk, food, tea, cheongsams, antiques and gifts.
Ann Siang Hill & Club Street
Ann Siang and Club Street is a charming lifestyle enclave that’s home to the city’s trendiest bars and restaurants. Come nightfall on Fridays and Saturdays, the roads are closed to traffic and party revelers spill out onto the streets.
Keong Saik Road
Once a prominent red-light district and a notorious secret society turf, Keong Saik Road is now a polished district with art galleries, local coffee houses and fine dining options. Like Ann Siang & Club Street, this is another destination for music, drinks and posh nosh.