A row of colourful heritage houses off Orchard Road where the Tourist Information Centre is located. The houses, most of them built between 1905 - 1925, are of Peranakan (Straits Chinese) architecture. Many of them have converted to bars and other businesses.Some of the more popular bars there are No. 5, Alley Bar and Que Pasa but there are others. The Outdoors Cafe & Bar on the corner along Orchard Road is a good place for people watching.Nearest train station is Somerset and you will need to cross to the other side of Orchard Road from the Orchard Gateway shopping centre, either at the traffic lights or glass bridge, the only bridge on Orchard Road.
This charming street is not far from Orchard Road. The building is beautiful and full of history. Nothing special during the day. Glad we are here. If you are in this area, it is worth a visit. This is a quiet street where people can relax, eat and shop. This is a nature reserve. We found several bars and stalls serving local snacks, traditional snacks, and restaurants serving international foods like Spanish snacks. This place is also a microcosm of Singapore’s history, as it once belonged to the affluent Peranakan community. Look at the houses of Chinese Baroque architecture, this is a good place to take pictures.
Just on a small fork in Orchard Road, there are some Chinese-style buildings around it. It is a very quiet place. It was a residential area of Chinese people. Each house has a different color and is beautifully matched. It is definitely a photographer’s paradise. The arcades are designed along the street, both retro and literary. In addition to residences, there are many petty-bourgeois restaurants, individual cafes, and several vintage shops. You can pick it up slowly. The environment looks peaceful and peaceful, which is very suitable for you. Walk slowly.