Amazing place for some of the best food and best bargains in Singapore. Do visit.
Great energy, inexpensive food, local flavor. All on the main street.
If you're in love with the food in Singapore, you might get a kick out of learning about the lives and lifestyles that brought these cuisines over. The Chinatown Heritage Centre paints a history of the migrant Chinese population in Singapore, how they lived, and how Singapore developed around them. It also looks at what their daily lives looked like, and their simple dwellings in shophouses may give you an interesting perspective on the uses of space now in trendy restaurants, cute cafes etc. And once you're done with the learning, explore the rest of Chinatown on foot to appreciate the streets, the public areas, and the cheap clothes, souvenirs and accessories, but above all, the delicious food!
This place is the greatest place to telling the story of this town. You can see the monument in front of this building.
Chinatown is Singapore’s Chinatown, and it is also a place where Singapore tourists go to check in. Chinatown is very lively and there are many kinds of snacks. It is worth visiting, taking a look, tasting snacks, and buying crafts. There is also a Chinatown Heritage Museum, where you can learn more about the history and culture of this area and explore the life course of the earliest Chinese immigrants in Singapore. The night market in Chinatown is brightly lit, a bit like a Chinese temple fair.
Well worth the stop. Great history lesson of the life of Chinese laborers who help establish Singapore. The living conditions were even worse than I had imagined. Plan on spending at least an hour.
very well organized well worth a visit. Information you would not know about very interesting especially as our visit coincided with Chinese new year
one of the best destination visitor centres in Singapore. Brings the history of the area to life and is a fascinating visit.
This place is wonderful. I bought my ticket thinking I would spend an hour and it wasn’t long enough so I came back later the same day after checking out of my hotel and spend another 1 hour+ (ticke...
This is a re-creaated Shop House showing how many families lived jammed in tiny rooms. The display also shows other interesting aspects of life. Highly recommended educational experience. My siste...