- Visit Fascinating Chinatown, a bustling, colourful mix of old and new, from family-run goldsmiths and medicine halls, to textile stores and dim sum restaurants. Popular bakeries like Tong Heng Oriental Pastry on South Bridge Road, tea houses like Kwong Chen on Sago Street, hawker stalls, as well as stylish bars along Club Street, are also housed in this precinct, making Chinatown a well-balanced heartland.
- Continue to the colourful Little India, Singapore’s foremost Indian enclave. Its charm lies in the fact that many of olden-day trades can still be found by its roadsides, alleys and backlanes. Fortune-tellers and their parrots, flower vendors selling garlands of jasmine, kachang puteh (roasted nuts) sellers on pushcarts and street-side newspaper vendor are just some of the interesting sights to be found.
- Continue to Kampong Glam which is full of traditional stores selling carpets, household wares and textiles. Its major landmark, the Sultan Mosque, sits in the heart of this enclave and is open to all visitors, as is the nearby Malay Heritage Centre, where you’ll learn about Malay history and culture. The alleyways of this cultural precinct are filled with the smells, sights and sounds of spices, tourists, school kids, rattan furniture shops and oil-based perfumes. Take a walk down to Bussorah Mall to experience the rich delights and charms of the many cafes, eateries and street stalls here.
- Tour Duration includes travelling time to and from the attractions
- Depending on the traffic conditions, duration of tour may vary
- Price starts from $140
- Tour operates with a minimum of 4 pax
- No refund for cancellation less than 48 working hours before tour starts
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