It was a good decision to stay in Chinatown because I get to be in the center of everything, well almost. The place is so accessible to many tourist spots and one of the reasons why I was able to go to as many as possible.
Chinatown is a mix of old and new; may it be shops, cafes, temples, food street, market which makes it interesting to explore.
shop, dine, visit temples, immerse into the Malay, Chinese and Indian culture.
browse some of the pics below
Writings on the wall. Some of the stations have wall art as well.
Inside and outside the MRT station
Every platform has this guide making sure you don’t get lost.
While waiting for our train
While having a morning walk, I came across Ann Siang Hill that is filled with quaint shops and restos. Local and expats flock here especially every Friday and Saturday nights.
Sri Mariamman Temple and Buddha tooth relic
Tired after a long walk? Look for Ice cream wafer. We found this near Pagoda street.
This place houses the biggest food centre (250 hawker stalls) that I wasn’t able to try! Too bad!
Watch out for my next post, shopping and eating in Singapura!.