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Things to do in Chinatown

Shopping at Chinatown Street Market, Visit Telok Ayer Street, Experience the Authentic Food at Chinatown’s Maxwell Food Center, Visit Sri Mariamman Temple, Learn the Peranakan History at NUS Baba House, Visit Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Explore the Largest Hawker Center - Chinatown Complex and many more.

A trip to Singapore is incomplete without a visit to Chinatown. From checking out the famous landmarks of cultural significance such as the oldest Chinese temple and Thian Hock Keng temple to anticipating flavoursome meals at Chinatown’s many street markets, there are many Things to Do in Chinatown Singapore. 

Start your journey in Chinatown by visiting one of its many street markets, the most popular ones being Pagoda street and Temple street. The interesting mix of food joints, places of worship and fascinating tourist complexes make this place immensely attractive to visitors. Relish some of these experiences at the Sri Mariamman Temple and Masjid Jamae, the most popular places of worship. 

Filled with a thrilling variety of colors and refreshing fun, you can also find something interesting for yourself at various souvenir shops, indie boutiques and dynamic eating joints, which serve authentic street food and local cuisines. 

Here are some of the best things to do in Chinatown Singapore:

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Shopping at Chinatown Street Market

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Chinatown Street Market is all sights, sounds, and scents that represent what a real Chinatown is. This busy street is filled with a variety of stalls selling all kinds of items from silken scarves to ‘Made in China’ items to pets and lucky cats.

The street also has several street food carts. Shopping here is an experience in itself and one of the most invigorating things to do in Chinatown Singapore. The Market is at its best at night with the beautiful lights shining and the brightly colored lanterns swaying above. 

Location:
335 Smith Street, Chinatown, Singapore

Timing:
Daily 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM

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Visit Telok Ayer Street

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Telok Ayer Green is located in one of the most colorful parts of Singapore. It is a beautiful park with many sculptures that narrates the story of the festivals celebrated by the Chinese immigrants to Singapore. These sculptures also tell the tales of Singapore’s culture and history in the most expressive ways.

The park also has a variety of trees such as the yellow rain tree that folds up before a rainstorm, breadfruit trees, cinnamon trees, tamarind and nutmeg trees. It is a nice place to visit and enjoy the greenery and the sculptures. 

Location:
Telok Ayer Street, Singapore

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Experience the Authentic Food at Chinatown’s Maxwell Food Center

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Chinatown’s Maxwell Food Centre is a popular food joint loved by tourists and locals alike. It is a great place to grab a meal. The food here is mainly influenced by Chinese, Indian and Malay cuisines and there is a wide variety of flavorful food from satay to nasi goreng to dumplings and roast pork.

The flavor is authentic and mostly inexpensive making a visit to this place one of the best
things to do in Chinatown Singapore. 

Location:
1 Kadayanallur St, Singapore 069184

Timings:
Daily 8:00 AM to 2:00 AM

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Visit Sri Mariamman Temple

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This beautiful Hindu Temple dedicated to Goddess Mariamman is one of the oldest shrines here and the most significant places of worship for Tamil Hindus in Singapore. The Temple was also an asylum for immigrants belonging to the South Indian Hindu Tamil Community.

The Temple is built in traditional Dravidian style with a beautiful Gopuram filled with elaborate sculptures depicting Hindu mythology. Visiting the Temple in the evenings when the rituals are held is one of the best
 things to do in Chinatown Singapore. 

Location:
244 S Bridge Road, Singapore 058793

Timings:
Daily 7:00 AM to Midday and 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

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Learn the Peranakan History at NUS Baba House

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A visit to NUS Baba House is one of the most interesting things to do in Chinatown Singapore. This magnificent heritage house once belonged to the Wee family of the Peranakan community. The Peranakans go way back to the 15th century when the first Chinese immigrants settled in the Malay Islands and most of these became traders.

The NUS Baba House belonged to one such shipping tycoon, Mr. Wee Lin and it showcases the lifestyle and culture of the Peranakan community of Singapore at the time.

Location:
157 Neil Road, Singapore 088883

Timings:
Heritage tours Monday to Friday at 10:00 am
                Self-guided visits on Saturday.

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Visit Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

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The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is a relatively new addition to the many attractions of Chinatown Singapore. This exquisite four storey structure houses the sacred Buddha Tooth Relic. The main highlight of this Temple is the solid gold Stupa where the relic is kept.

The roof has a beautiful pagoda with a giant prayer wheel. Religious rituals are held daily and visitors can view or partake in these ceremonies. A point to remember would be to dress appropriately as this is a religious place. 

Location:
288 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058840

Timing:
9:00 AM to 6:30 PM

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Explore the Largest Hawker Center - Chinatown Complex

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Chinatown Complex is a busy hawker center in the heart of Chinatown and it is a place favored by the locals to eat and socialize as well. The Complex is filled with hawkers serving a variety of dishes and a menu as diverse as one could find in a place like this.

The aromas and scents that float around are enough to whet anyone’s appetite. The dishes are authentic and flavorful. Fusion dishes and Vegan versions of most dishes are also available at the Chinatown Complex. 

Locations:
1 Kadayanallur St, Singapore 069184

Timings:
Daily 8:00 AM to 12:00 AM

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Watch the Sunset at Pinnacle @ Duxton Skybridge

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One of Singapore’s architectural wonders, the Pinnacle @ Duxton Skybridge is one of the tallest public residential complexes in the world. The views from the top is spellbinding and watching the sunset from here is one of the most enthralling things to do in Chinatown Singapore.

However, there is a cap to the number of people who can visit this marvelous architectural wonder. Only 200 visitors are allowed each day so as not to disturb the residents living here.

Location: 
1G Cantonment Rd, Singapore 085301

Timings:
Daily 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Saturdays till 1:00 PM

Price:
S$5.

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Explore Bars and Restaurants at Ann Siang Hill

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This erstwhile spice hill is a popular hangout for many tourists and locals looking for great restaurants and bars to spend some relaxed time. This interesting street is filled with a cornucopia of rooftop bars, cozy restaurants, boutique hotels and entertainment centers.

The variety of restaurants and bars can be daunting but this lane is one of the most fascinating things to do in Chinatown Singapore. The streets are lined with interesting shops and well maintained green spaces The boutique theatre is a great place to cozy up and watch some timeless classics. 

Location:
Ann Siang Hill, Outram, Singapore

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Learning Chinese Culture at Chinatown Heritage Center

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If you are looking for interesting things to do in Chinatown Singapore then a visit to this Heritage Center is a must. The Center was built to document and showcase the lifestyle of the earlier residents of Chinatown.

It has six galleries, preserved living spaces and features multi-sensory experiences such as craft workshops, multimedia guides and story-telling sessions. There is also a range of postcards, books, and prints by local artists that can be bought as souvenirs.

Location:
48 Pagoda St, Singapore 059207, Singapore

Timings:
Daily 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM

Price:
S$15 for adults

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Chill at 1927 Rooftop Bar

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If you are looking for some relaxing things to do in Chinatown Singapore then a visit to the 1927 Rooftop Bar is just the thing to do. This magnificent lounge featuring tropical charisma is a great place to unwind and sip on some luxurious cocktails.

Enjoy the view of the skyline while taking a dip at the infinity pool or just lounge around in the comfortable cabins for a relaxing evening.  The menu features an exotic blend of old recipes mixed with local ingredients to add zing to age-old cocktails. 

Location:
35 Robinson Rd, Singapore 068876

Timings:
Daily 5:00 PM to 2:00 AM

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Visit the Singapore City Gallery

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The Singapore City Gallery is a magnificent portrayal of Singapore’s journey of urban development. It showcases the growth and development of Singapore from a trading port to a world-class metropolis. This journey is represented in ten thematic areas and interactive exhibits spread over three floors of the Gallery.

The highlight of this Gallery is the Central Area Model which gives the visitors a bird’s eye view of the central district of Singapore. The Model is brought to life with a light and sound show that depicting Singapore’s urbanization.

Location:
45 Maxwell Road, The URA Centre, Singapore

Timings:
Monday to Saturday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

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Visit Michelin Star Hawker Chan

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Chinatown Singapore is where you will find the cheapest Michelin-star meal in the world. This is not a fancy restaurant but a humble hawker in Chinatown Food Complex. The world famous Soya Sauce Chicken and Rice, a signature dish that won this humble hawker the first Michelin-starred meal in the world is a mere S$2 here.

If you are planning to get a bite of this signature dish then make sure you reach on time and be ready for some queuing up.

Location:
78 Smith St, Singapore 058972

Timing:
10:30 AM to 8:30 PM

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Click Instagrammable Pictures at People's Park

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People’s Park is a bustling residential and commercial complex that was the first of its kind in  Southeast Asia when it was started back in 1970. It started as a shopping complex then later the residential tower was added. The 25-floor tower was the tallest residential structure then, and pictures shot here offer panoramic views of the city below.

The bustling atrium of the mall is a perfect place to mark your visit the place with some random Insta pictures clicked here. Click as many pictures as you can while you shop and dine at People’s Park! The lively pulse of the city is found in every corner of People’s Park. 

Location:
People's Park Complex, 1 Park Road, Singapore 059108

Timings:
7:30 AM to 10:30 PM

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Visit Thien Hock Keng Temple

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Thien Hock Keng Temple is the oldest temples in Singapore dedicated to Ma Zu Po the Goddess of Heavenly Sages and also the protector of sailors. The temple is built based on South Chinese architecture and is an architectural wonder -the temple was entirely built without using any nails.

When the Temple was built, it was right at the shoreline and sailors would visit the Temple to offer prayers to the Goddess for a safe journey at sea. 

Location:
158 Telok Ayer St, 068613

Timings:
7:30 AM to 5:30 PM

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Eat at Chinatown Food Street

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Authentic flavors, a delectable selection of local and Asian food and quaint surroundings is what makes Chinatown Food Street a must try in your list of things to do in Chinatown Singapore. The area is covered and even has a unique cooling system which makes it a great street food destination at any time of the day.

This is a great place to try out authentic Malay, Chinese, Thai and Indian dishes served with a smile by the friendly staff of this awesome Food Street. 

Location:
Smith St, Singapore 058938

Timings:
Daily 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM

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Visit Red Dot Design Museum

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The Red Dot Design Museum is the first museum of contemporary design in Singapore and the first of its kind in Asia. The museum showcases some futuristic designs and prototypes from various disciplines such as product development, communications, research works, etc.

There is a permanent collection of award-winning design works on display which visitors can view. The Museum also has a great Cafe Bar serving some authentic and mouth-watering local snacks.

Location:
11 Marina Blvd, Singapore 018940

Timings:
Monday–Thursday 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
                Friday–Sunday 10:00 AM to 11:00 PM

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Pray at Masjid Al-Abrar

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The Masjid Al-Abrar is one of the oldest mosques in Singapore built by early Tamil immigrants which started off as a thatched hut and later was replaced by a brick and mortar structure. This masjid is also popularly known as Chulia Masjid after the Chulia people who were the first immigrants of Singapore.

This Mosque was honored as a National Monument in 1974. The structure follows Indo-Islamic architecture framed by minarets at the doorway and the traditional crescent and star. Despite the numerous renovations the Mosque still retains its original quaint splendor.

Location:
192 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068635

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Watch Theater Show at Drama Box

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Drama Box is a non-profit group that showcases theatre that expresses inspirational dialogues, thoroughly researched social issues and many such inspiring subjects. The theatre group also features plays that relate the history, culture and the glorious past of Singapore to make the public better understand their roots and heritage.

The Drama Box started off as a community performance targeting domestic violence with a humorous twist. Over the years the Group has produced over 16 original pieces and reaching out to many people through community theatre.

Location:
14A-C Trengganu Street, Singapore 058468

Timing:
10:00AM to 6:00 PM

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Have a Coffee at Everton Park

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If you are a coffee enthusiast then Everton Park is a must visit place in Chinatown, Singapore. This exquisite park is a colorful collection of old fashioned shophouses, cafes and stores with beautiful murals and street art decorating the walls surrounding the area.

The Park is more than just a residential complex. It is a great place to indulge in some fusion food, Asian snacks while you sip on your cuppa. The murals and street art depicts the life of the people living here before the urbanization of Singapore.

Location:
Everton Park, Bukit Merah, Singapore.

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Explore the Historical Jamae Masjid

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Also popular as Masjid Chulia among the locals, this is one of the oldest mosques in Singapore and a prominent landmark in Chinatown. What is notable for the visitors here are the distinctive front gates of the mosque and its minarets, depicting an eclectic architectural style.

You will notice various South Indian and Indo-Islamic elements in its construction along with neoclassical building features. If you are interested in viewing some of the earliest architectural marvels from Singapore, then this is the place to visit. It opens every day for an 8 hour window, during which a throng of crowd gathers to pay their visit to the mosque. 


Location: 218 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058767
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Take Part in Sermons at Al-Abrar Mosque

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Offering free entry to visitors, taking part in a sermon at this mosque is among the most popular Things to Do in Chinatown Singapore. With a rich history since its construction in 1827, the mosque has served as a spiritual refuge to its visitors.

At present, the mosque is frequented by a large horde of Indian Muslim congregation and other Muslim communities. It is worthy to come here and take stock of the ancient history which exists with it, ever since its construction. It is one of the many prominent attractions for tourists who come here to take part in the sermon reading and experience gratitude at the existence of such rich cultural experiences. 


Location: 192 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068635
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Relish up on Local Delicacies at Taikoo Lane

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Among the many Things to Do in Chinatown Singapore is taking a visit to Taikoo Lane, a renowned area in Chinatown that serves authentic Chengdu flavours on your plate. Serving one of many iconic and traditional Sichuan dishes, the restaurant brings you a promising way to spend a dinner date while experiencing a modern twist of flavours.

Some of the bestseller items which you must try here are Lala clams in spicy sauce, spicy marinated beef and sliced chicken with green peppers. This place is immensely popular for its concept of individual pots and shared large pots, along with the stellar 1 pork ribs. The cosy environment and the delectable tastes make your evening bright and fulfilling. 


Location: 133 New Bridge Rd, B1-16 CHINATOWN POINT, Singapore 059413
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Do Cafe Hopping at Keong Saik Road

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Some of the Fun Things to Do in Chinatown Singapore is to visit the Keong Saik Road, which is the perfect conglomeration of modern and traditional. The locality is a breath of fresh air with an offer of exciting restaurants and local eating delights.

You will find a horde of regional French and Italian cuisine restaurants with some of the coolest bars. The buzzing locality is synonymous with offers for scrumptious meals and some of the hottest restaurants in Chinatown. So, hop around from one café to another and find more than just one attractive joint to binge at!
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Explore the Serenity of Hong Lim Park

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Not only is Hong Lim Park a location of serene beauty but also a window that offers a peek into the history of Singapore. Today, this park is considered to be of immense historical and national significance, even though it is a privately owned public garden.

Serving as a recreational center for the visitors to Chinatown, it was a hub for various political rallies at one point and since the year 2000, it has earned the designation of a park for the venue of the Speaker’s corner. The park is open for a 12 hour window from 7 in the morning. 


Location: New Bridge Rd, Singapore 059299
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  1. What are the romantic things to do in Chinatown Singapore?

    1. Enjoying a Small Picnic: Arranging a small picnic while chattering with your beloved and enjoying the grand view of the Gardens by the Bay is probably the most romantic thing that you can do in Singapore’s Chinatown. 

    2. Touring on a River Cruise:
    Are you trying to find the ways to make your honeymoon a little bit more romantic and amorous? Then, touring in a river cruise and exploring the exotic skyline of the dreamy city of Singapore sounds about right, doesn't it?

    3. Take a Walk:
    Taking a light walk amidst the green and glorious Fort Canning Park and enjoying its otherworldly view can help you to enjoy a fair share of amorous moments with your beloved. 

    4. Visiting S.E.A. Aquarium:
    If you and your other half are both interested in water life, then you can also visit the S.E.A. Aquarium to learn about it more profoundly. The whole site is peacefully tranquil and calm, which might help you to steal some amorous moments with your partner as well.
  2. What are the things to do in Chinatown Singapore with kids?

    1. Taking a Trip to Singapore City Gallery: The world-famous Singapore City Gallery houses the authentic planning (with elaborately designed models) of the beautiful city of Singapore. Even if your kid is not really interested in architecture, the place would still amaze him or her due to its exquisite vibrancy and vivaciousness. 

    2. Visiting the Tintin Shop:
    Are you as well as your toddlers the biggest fans of the Belgian comic-based newspaper reporter, cum part-time detective, Tintin? Then, you should definitely visit the amazing Tintin Shop in Chinatown, which has a wide range of statues and doll collection of the famous cartoon series.

    3. Savoring the Beauty of the Red Dot Sign Museum:
    Widely considered as one of the best museums in Singapore, the vivacity and effervescence of the art collection of this place is bound to mesmerize you and your little ones. 

    4. Dining at Maxwell Food Center:
    Situated almost at the heart of Chinatown, the Maxwell Food Center offers a plethora of lip-smacking dishes, such as nasi goreng, pork roast, etc, which will surely satiate your children’s love for food. 
  3. What can I buy from Chinatown Singapore?

    Some of the best things that you can pick up at Chinatown are:
    -Exclusive party dresses, funky womenswear, tailored clothing items and more at Ann Siang Road
    -Fiction books and exclusive titles at BooksActually.
    -Chinese products such as tea, medicines, silk, herbs, handicrafts, antiques and cheongsams at Yue Hwa 
    -Fresh food products at Chinatown Complex • Shoes, souvenirs, cosmetics and travel bags at Cio Chinatown Point
    -Toys, comics, vintage china items, retro clocks, second hand books, and more at China Square Central flea market. 
    -Artisan and handicraft items at Tanjong Pagar Plaza.
  4. What's so special about Chinatown?

    Chinatown is a popular historic district in Singapore, offering a mix of multi-cultural harmony and unique cultural communities. There are several amazing districts in Chinatown including Sri Mariamman temple and Masjid Jamae Mosque. There are many Things to Do in Chinatown Singapore which makes it an attractive tourist hub.
  5. What is the best time to visit Chinatown Singapore?

    If you are looking for various Things to Do in Chinatown Singapore, then it is best to start your travels around the evening when the weather turns pleasant, and the streets of the district start turning busy. This is when you will find much to do and explore in Chinatown.
  6. How to reach Chinatown Singapore?

    Car: Drive through the Upper Thomson Road and CTE for 14.4 km which takes approximately 20 minutes.
    Train: You can reach the Chinatown station via the North-East MRT line, from where you can take a car to explore other areas of Chinatown. You can also drive from the Changi Airport MRT station to Chinatown, which is approximately 21 km apart by road.