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China town is near to Caudan waterfront. There was not much to see there. You will mostly see Chinese food item shops. Walked around for 20 mins and then went back to the Caudan Waterfront which is walking distance from China town.
We were rather disappointed, lots of traders lost of bustle, but very little of real interest, not real colour of flair to the place as you might expect in most "Chaintowns", a bit of a let down - failed to be welcoming for outsiders nor...More
Went there with no special interest. It was interesting, to see how many shops can coexist in that small place. Narrow streets are busy as poeple are walking there, moving some stuff and even motorbikes come through it. It was a good experience and we...More
This China Town does not cover a big area however it is full of life during the day all along, the variety of stores offering different services and the mixture of modern and ancient buildings makes it a unique place not to miss when you...More
I spent 2 hours exploring the streets and shops of Chinatown, as I recognised the style of the buildings from the time I lived in Kuching, Malaysia, and it made me feel at home. This colourful area is well worth a visit, and it was...More
It is the most simple Chinatown I’ve ever known. I’ve been more than 10 Chinatowns in many cities/ countries but this is the least busy, colourful one, maybe because the population of Chinese people here is minority compared to Indian community.
If you don’t have...More
Check out Chu Feng Leung Traditional Hakka Cake shop behind China Deli Restaurant, next intersection after first Chinatown Gate. Try out Grand Canton Restaurant, two steps away. The Heen Foh pagoda at the Caudan roundabout... More
Check out Chu Feng Leung Traditional Hakka Cake shop behind China Deli Restaurant, next intersection after first Chinatown Gate. Try out Grand Canton Restaurant, two steps away. The Heen Foh pagoda at the Caudan roundabout is also an important cultural place for us. Check my google map reviews. Enjoy your visit and maybe you'll even discover new gems!