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  • Florence G.
    "Tintin Shop is located in Chinatown at 56 Pagoda Street"(6 Tips)
    DHR.com
    "Telok Ayer for the great Chinese temples"(3 Tips)
    Florence G.
    "Chinatown food street is located along Smith Street"(2 Tips)
    Lea R.
    "Tintin shop is very expensive though."(2 Tips)
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  • Self Drive Trips
    Self Drive TripsSeptember 29, 2014
    Chinatown is a very interesting area within Singapore which is located around 48 Pagoda Street. This place is distinctly renowned for its heritage sites and large Chinese ethnic concentration spots. Read more
  • Lea R.
    Lea RulonaApril 21, 2015
    Knick knacks that you want to bring to family and friends. Tintin shop is very expensive though. Too much choices, cheap things but make sure to check around as some stalls offer better items
  • serdar m.
    serdar mentesMarch 3, 2013
    china town isn't think as i think.actual singapure isn't cheap.i can offer you that rent a car then go to malaysia.everythings half price in malaysia.but i can say that it's realy amazing place.
  • DHR.com
    DHR.comOctober 17, 2011
    Located within the district of Outram in SG, this place is where you could see a great Chinese community. Don't miss Telok Ayer for the great Chinese temples and Smith Street for scrumptious food.
  • Magdalena M.
    Magdalena MrázkováOctober 14, 2014
    Busy, crowded and somewhat dirty, but it's all part of its charm. You find here endless street shops, food stalls, hindu and buddha temples...a must see in Singapore
  • Freesoul Y.
    Freesoul YMay 3, 2016
    It's weird for Chinese to visit here. But I was too desperate to buy fresh fruits in Singapore and Chinatown has all the fresh fruits with low prices. The neighborhood is also good for sightseeing.
  • Mark P.
    Mark PenderSeptember 5, 2014
    A great Chinatown. Hunt down where the locals eat and you won't regret it (although you may miss having air-conditioning).
  • Ted Patrick B.
    Ted Patrick BoglosaOctober 4, 2014
    Been here 10+ times
    One of the cultural areas of Singapore, visit the mosque, the Sri Mariamman Temple, and the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple.
  • Lina A.
    Lina A.November 21, 2014
    Good bargains, cheap and vast option for best street food :)
  • Ade N.
    Ade NaufalNovember 8, 2014
    Full of convenience stores, souvenir stores, restaurants, and also the people walking off from and to the subway!
  • Wen Jie K.
    Wen Jie KohSeptember 20, 2014
    Streets are decorated. Good for tourists to take photos for memories :)
  • Sandra T.
    Sandra TaiMarch 25, 2013
    Look for chopsticks that sell for SGD1.00 per pair. It's along Pagoda Street, with cute cartoons and even Chinese surnames.
  • Elizabeth L.
    Elizabeth LeeFebruary 4, 2016
    One of the more authentic places to visit in Singapore, but also slowly losing its touch.
  • Florence G.
    Florence GohJanuary 8, 2012
    The Tintin Shop is located in Chinatown at 56 Pagoda Street, this is where you can get many Tintin collectible items.
  • SUPERADRIANME
    SUPERADRIANMENovember 28, 2014
    Been here 10+ times
    Visit The Prawn Star at Duxton Hill. read our review at http://www.superadrianme.com/food-and-beverage/prawn-star-for-porn-stars/
  • Shu M.
    Shu MinDecember 27, 2016
    Truly Chinese place. Food and souvenirs are under one roof
  • Cynthia D.
    Cynthia DrescherApril 4, 2013
    At times it can feel like Disney's idea of Chinatown, but that's just because it's so clean and colorful.
  • Michael L.
    Michael LeongAugust 14, 2011
    Try fried pumpkin & yam cakes at Yue Ping in Chinatown market. They are since 1972 in tiong bahru 6 storey.
  • Jenny S.
    Jenny SApril 22, 2013
    Buy the souvenirs not on Pagoda Street but on nearby streets (Smith, Temple) if you want better deals
  • Quentin L.
    Quentin LafonAugust 1, 2014
    This place is where you could see a great Chinese community. Authentic Chinese food, Chinese temples, looks like China !
  • Z C.
    Z CJanuary 1, 2017
    Been here 10+ times
    Be sure to check out those old buildings like pearl centre before they make way for new developments!
  • Michael L.
    Michael LeongAugust 14, 2011
    Try Yue Ping pumpkin cakes, they started at tiong bahru 6 storey flats in 1972. Very popular & unique taste.
  • Verwyn C.
    Verwyn CaneFebruary 20, 2017
    Traditional sweets superb taste near Chinatown MRT station
  • Florence G.
    Florence GohJanuary 8, 2012
    The Chinatown food street is located along Smith Street, where you can find some cheap local hawkers food.
  • Charles T.
    Charles TabangcoraApril 26, 2012
    Typical street market. The food selection is pretty good. Any place offering chili/pepper crab is a good bet.
  • Nissa M.
    Nissa MargarethaJanuary 19, 2013
    Very very crowded at night -.- but this place very recomended if you buy some souvenir b'coz cheap :)
  • Nadinne
    NadinneSeptember 6, 2012
    Best place to stay in SG (when travelling on a budget, that is)!
  • Anoushka B.
    Anoushka BharOctober 28, 2013
    So central with easy access to the mrt system. Love it!
  • Jenny
    JennySeptember 22, 2012
    If you are Iooking for deIicious and cheap local food, pass it! Or you will be disappointed and get the more expensiver food and tiger beer.
  • Nirmal T.
    Nirmal T VJuly 28, 2012
    If you love Chinese food, must visit the street food court
  • Fendy 陳.
    Fendy 陳汉昌July 27, 2012
    Try the sausage at Wuerstelstand, and the chestnut next to it.
  • Stuart S.
    Stuart StarrsJune 11, 2017
    Big tiger beers half the cost of a tiny bottle in downtown core
  • ♒️Bertram Happy D.
    After midnight everything goes at half price best time to do CNY shopping.
  • Thomas H.
    Thomas HoonSeptember 11, 2011
    Probably one of the few places left in Singapore that still reminds Singaporeans of our past.
  • Tiên C.
    Tiên CralaApril 18, 2013
    u can find cheap sea foods and souvernir stuff
  • Yury
    YuryApril 11, 2014
    Tasty and happy Beijing duck:))
  • Maria M.
    Maria MaghdalenaJuly 2, 2013
    Pagoda street place that you can buy so many cheap souvenirs ♥♥
  • Muaz.
    Muaz.April 3, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Shop here for a cheap price! Shops here do sell cheongsam at a affordable price.
  • Lawky
    LawkyOctober 15, 2016
    Worth to pay a visit.
  • Francis Paul D.
    Francis Paul DailegJanuary 14, 2014
    If you're taking the MRT, get off at Outram Park Station.
  • Winangun
    WinangunSeptember 10, 2012
    Chinese latern with chinese moon cake
  • Michael L.
    Michael LeongAugust 14, 2011
    Must try fried pumpkin cakes at Yue Ping in Chinatown market #02-65
  • Tracy B.
    Tracy BenigayAugust 26, 2013
    Very cheap. ..good value for your money..
  • Alina T.
    Alina TsvetkovaMarch 15, 2017
    Very collarity district
  • Vineel G.
    Vineel GuttaOctober 13, 2012
    Best place to shop for tourists.
  • Maria G.
    Maria GFebruary 3, 2014
    Decorations for Lunar 2014 will be up till Feb 28, worth paying a visit anyways.
  • Verra K.
    Verra KartikaDecember 27, 2011
    you can found TinTin store at chinatown.. all about tintin,, snowy and others,,,
  • Jops
    JopsMay 13, 2012
    Try the Chili crabs over at Pagoda Street.
  • Martin R.
    Martin RustebergJanuary 17, 2013
    enjoy the cny atmosphere
  • Azusa T.
    Azusa TrévillardJanuary 10, 2014
    Nice temple
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