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Telok Ayer Street

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Telok Ayer Street

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Explore Singapore on a 1-hour duck tour, known officially as DUCKtours®, which allows you to see city sights by both land and water. On ‘the duck,’ an amphibious military vehicle that was refurbished from World War II, you’ll drive around the city to check out attractions like the Fountain of Wealth and Singapore Flyer. Then hit the water to cruise past landmarks like the Merlion, Singapore’s famous statue that sits where the Singapore River meets Marina Bay. Audio commentary is included.
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alhasan1909 wrote a review Dec 2019
Lahore, Pakistan934 contributions378 helpful votes
This street has the second best hawker center in Singapore in my opinion known as Lau Pa Sat. The street is technically in the Outram area but is very different from the Chinatown area. It has the iconic Shop houses beautifulfly restored surrounded by giantic Financial buildings during lunch hours you'll see a lot of people in suits walking around or having lunch. There are also some amazing Boutique cafes, bars, bakeries and restaurants on or near the street. We visited a bunch of times just to try different foods definitely worth a visit.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Sherin N wrote a review Jul 2019
108 contributions65 helpful votes
A short walk from Chinatown. It has a gigantic hawker center. For those who don’t know what a hawker center is, it is like a huge food court. U can find an array of stalls serving all kinds of Asian food at cheap prices. Inside the hawker center there’s a fixed stall that sells drinks & another for desserts. We bought different food from different stalls (Peking duck, noodles, rice, Indian chicken tikka, lentil & chickpea curry, naan bread, & skewers of chicken, shrimp & beef. We enjoyed eating together & sampling the delicious variety. Sticky mango rice pudding was a sweet end to our meal.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Simply Travel and Eat wrote a review Jun 2019
Singapore, Singapore12,784 contributions2,888 helpful votes
Very old location of the original central district. There is a temple that’s located here. Understand that the temple used to face the sea. Can see how much land Singapore has reclaimed over the years. Some very nice architecture here and lots of eateries these days located along the old shop houses.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Rosemary N wrote a review Apr 2019
Tring, England, United Kingdom32 contributions12 helpful votes
Restored shop houses turned into restaurants, hotels bars and shops. Loads of character and on the edge of China town tour area.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Oldjack wrote a review Mar 2019
Greater Melbourne, Australia22,356 contributions2,547 helpful votes
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Sir Stamford Raffles set this area aside for the Chinese way back in 1822 and the street was one of the first in Chinatown. It has many interesting old buildings , many now restaurants and cafe's and of course a large number of temples and mosques.It is a pleasant walk from Chinatown through to Boat Quay and you can take in the history of the place with most of the heritage buildings well signed.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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