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The Smith Street Taps

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The Smith Street Taps

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Block 335 Smith Street Chinatown Complex Chinatown Complex #02-062, Singapore 050335 Singapore
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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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willisika wrote a review Mar 2020
Helsinki, Finland133 contributions69 helpful votes
There's so much to love here. Super great staff, long menu of great beers, and enthusiastic staff — and the owners who curate most of the beers. Given its in a hawker center, it's informal AF (if this is your first visiti to a hawker center, you're in for a surprise). Loved the place, the atmosphere. Pro tip: If you were considering hosting a bottle share, this is the place!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Football_Traveller_A League wrote a review Jan 2020
57 contributions46 helpful votes
Wanted to try some local beers, and when going at 4pm, only the international beer taps were open. They said to come back at 6:30 for the local taps to open. Only 1 sour on offer, which was a NZ sour It’s not the nicest Hawker, everything smells of grease and fish. The Toilets are disgusting which is outrageous as you get charged 10c (it’s rare that a tourist would have money in this low amount)
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Date of experience: January 2020
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KevMac1960 wrote a review Sep 2019
Stanford-Le-Hope, United Kingdom1,205 contributions220 helpful votes
For me a perfect combination. Craft beer in a Hawker centre! Staff were very enthusiastic and informative. Great selection of beer which is in fact greater than you might first think as there is a second kiosk just around the corner with a different selection of draft beers. And then of course the beer is located right next to a whole host of great eateries 👍 Heaven
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Date of experience: September 2019
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poonay1977 wrote a review Apr 2019
29 contributions12 helpful votes
Uncle Poon has been in this handmade confectionery trade for almost 50 years. He has been insistent on maintaining the traditional methods in the making of this Manchurian delicacy. From dough kneading to the final assembly the process of making Sachima could take up to 9hrs. Both my friends and family simply love this delicacy!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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PaulMarbellaSpain wrote a review Feb 2019
Marbella Spain35 contributions13 helpful votes
You don’t expect to see imported craft beer in a Chinese bar the heart of China Town but you can. A hidden gem on the first floor above Smith street you can enjoy the delights of Imported British craft beer. They have selection of over a dozen beers all sold by the pint. I chose the St Austell Cornish brewery cooled craft beer which had an amazing taste on such a humid evening. It’s not cheap around a fiver ( pounds ) a pint but well worth it. Family run business and at the end of the night they ring the bell for last orders. Not at all flashy and difficult to fund but well worth exploring
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Date of experience: February 2019
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