A small road near Orchard Road is said to be a community protected by the Singapore government. The whole street here is surrounded by Chinese Baroque architecture, which is a community of Niangya. Nowadays, apart from living, there are more characteristic shops.
This Jade Hill Road was unexpectedly discovered when we were going to Wujie Road business circle. It is really a special path. There are several stores in which the contents are of some age, you can discuss with the shopkeeper to take some photos, because it is really expensive. The trail is quiet during the day. It is suitable for shopping and taking pictures. At night, there will be some special bars. If the trip permits, you can come and have a drink.
Jade Hill Road glimpses Singapore's history because it used to belong to a wealthy indigenous Chinese community. Many Chinese Baroque-style buildings have now been declared protected areas. Colorful shops line the streets, providing excellent photo opportunities and intersecting with Orchard Street.
Jade Hill Road has a lot of beautiful old women's buildings. It used to be a residential area. Now most of them have become commercial outlets. In the 1960s, the houses there used to have a bucket system for collecting sewage. Now they are modernized. This area has the charm of the ancient world.
Jade Hill is a protected area in the planning areas of Newton and Ukraine Festival in Singapore. It's noisy here, but the historical and cultural heritage and the old shopping streets are well preserved. Shops have remained the same, and it is said that the shops here are of great value.