After the British dispersed the Malay floating village at the mouth of the Singapore River in the 1840s, Geylang Serai became ... More
After the British dispersed the Malay floating village at the mouth of the Singapore River in the 1840s, Geylang Serai became their ethnic enclave, retaining a strong Malay identity right up to this very day. Here lies the home to Singapore's best Malay trades and food, with casual and inexpensive eateries and quaint shops selling traditional wares dotting the district. Other highlights are the Malay Village, the Geylang Serai Market and the Haig Road Hawker Centre. For good bargains in a more modern atmosphere, check out the outstanding array of textiles at the Joo Chiat Complex and Tanjong Katong Complex.
Hotel 81 Sakura is beautifully decked out in a Japanese theme. Catering to all lodging needs and requirements, the hotel
features several room types from standard room to family room. The hotel's convenient location makes it relatively easy to ...
This is one of Singapore's fantastic exhibitions of classical Chinese art. Established in 1975, Tzen Gallery specializes mainly in famous
19th century Chinese paintings and works from contemporary masters in China and the South east Asian region. Displayed in ...
Designed and built according to the Chinese concept of geomancy, Far East Square reconstructs Chinatown the way it was in
the old days. The streets are lined with shops bearing architecture dating back to 1840. The structural details and ...
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