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Things to Do in Singapore
You can enjoy both urban and natural attractions in this mega-metropolis. Perusing the designer stores on Orchard Road or the spice stalls of Little India will showcase the city's fast pace.
And at the other end of the spectrum, the Singapore Botanic Gardens and Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve will provide a breath of fresh air.
If you want a playground for both adults and kids, head to Sentosa—an island that hosts Universal Studios Singapore, two golf course, beaches and luxury resorts. To complete your trip, say farewell to the city from the top of the Singapore Flyer
or in iconic Merlion Park on Marina Bay.
North Canal Road, Chinatown | Singapore
Singapore's Chinatown is an ethnic neighbourhood featuring distinctly Chinese cultural elements and a historically concentrated ethnic Chinese population. Chinatown is located within the larger district of Outram.
As the largest ethnic group in Singapore is Chinese, Chinatown is considerably less of an enclave than it once was. (Note: The name Chinatown is given by the British and today usually used by non-Chinese Singaporeans, whereas Chinese Singaporeans usually use the term Niu Che Shui as the term Chinatown usually refers to enclaves of Chinese people in regions where Chinese people are the minority ethnic group.)
As a nation comprised of mostly immigrants, Singapore possesses a number of ethnic enclaves. Chinatown is the largest of them. Packed with shops, eateries and food stalls, the neighborhood is constantly buzzing with pedestrians and shopkeepers. When you need a break from the hustle and bustle, retreat to the Chinatown Heritage Centre for a quick history lesson. Or head to the gorgeous Thian Hock Keng Temple for some quiet Zen. And though it's not associated with Chinese culture, you should stop in front of the Sri Mariamman Temple to spy its colorful, intricate facades.
Hotels near Chinatown Singapore
Porcelain Hotel Singapore Chinatown
The Porcelain Hotel Singapore provides reasonably priced rooms in Singapore's Chinatown area. Either Beauty services or Spa offer a pleasant respite at the end of a long day
Hotel 81 Chinatown Singapore
The Hotel 81 Chinatown Singapore is centrally located at the busy junction of New Bridge Road and Upper Cross Street, in Singapore’s Chinese heartland, and offers guests a glimpse into the local Chinese culture
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