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There are endless possibilities for restaurants in this area. The Tanjong Pagar MRT station has lots of shopping and places to eat inside and just above and around it. Chinatown is also close by, as is part of the business district.
This long stretched road is filled with epic resturants, hotels, bars, cafes, coffeeshops, streetfoods and shops, there is an endless amount of food you can choose from walking the long road, mainly all different types of asian cuisines but there are a few italian resturants...More
This historic area was located between the docks and what was then the town of Singapore.Chinese immigrated to this part of Singapore in the mid-19th century and it remained a working class area until WW2. At the end of Tajong Pagar Street is the Rickshaw...More
New buildings with various restaurants and renovate urban park above Tanjon Pagar Mrt station will just astonish people passing by. Either the stylish skylines or the greenery path ways certainly relax and release urban tensions.
If you visit Singapore, take a trip to China town. After visiting the Buddhist temple, as you stand facing the temple entrance, take the adjacent road on your right, flanking the temple. Going past the temple, turn right and you should see - Indo Sumatira...More
We fell in love with Tanjong Pagar street as soon as we walked into it from our hotel. It is full of life. Bustling with a varierty of shops and eateries from Korean to Japanese. The couture bridal shops were another beautiful surprise for us...More
Recently office moved to this area and over the year have explored and it’s charms have grown.
A mixture of old shops and new malls providing all high to low end retail and eateries. Recently in addition to NTUC Finest, Dondon Donki supermarket opened at...More
A tidy, almost quaint corner of this bustling city. It feels peaceful and unhurried. It’s dead in the morning but comes gently almost reluctantly to life at night. A very pleasant evening can be found here, as long as unhurried is what you want.
If you really want to feel the Chinese atmosphere of Singapore, this is a must-see. I had been in Beijing a few months prior and this area reminded me of the city so much. I loved the lanterns that lined the streets and the energy...More
located within a 5 minute walk of our hotel. access to the bus lines including the Hop On Hop Off. Good seating available and shade is provided from the heat or rain. It also offers restaurants and shopping for foods if staying longer than a...More