Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
288 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058840
09:00 – 18:30
The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is a remarkable four-story temple. When entering the gate, you’ll immediately notice the stunning main hall with its high ceiling. The bell tower and drum tower are on the same floor. However, the main focus for most visitors is the solid gold two-metre stupa on the fourth floor which is the place where the sacred relic is kept. Continuing up to the roof, there is a pagoda that has a large prayer wheel. The temple is built in a style based on the Buddhist mandala and integrated with the Buddhism of the Tang dynasty.
Chinatown Food Street
335 Smith Street, Singapore 050335
11:00 – 23:00 Daily
Chinatown Food Street Singapore recently had a bit of a makeover, making it one of the best places to eat cheap, tasty and authentic local food in Singapore. As part of the renovations in 2013, city-planners installed a brand new roof, making this a perfect all-day dinging spot in Chinatown whatever the weather. There’s also a new integrated cooling system as well as a much wider selection of hawker stalls and shop-house restaurants, encompassing a wide range of flavours from across Singapore, China and the rest of Asia.
Singapore Coin and Notes Museum
40 Pagoda Street, Level 1, Singapore 059199
Daily from 10:00 until 20:00
The Singapore Mint isn’t going to be on the top of most people’s to do list in Chinatown, but the museum has definitely done its best to open up a niche interest to the general public. Not only can you marvel at some of the beautiful coins that make up Singapore’s past and present currency, but you can also get your hands on the materials used to make them. Kids will love the colourful rubbings table and Harry Potter coin and adults will be impressed with the vintage machinery that you can manually press your own dollar with.
Red Dot Design Museum
28 Maxwell Road, Singapore 069120
Daily 11:00-18:00 (Sat & Sun 11:00-20:00)
Red Dot Design Museum will make you look at everyday objects in a different light. Taking the mystery out of innovations that make our life easier and exploring some of the more unusual gizmos and gadgets, it is easy to spend an hour or so here. Although it’s a fairly small gallery, the spectrum of design is large and varied; everything from advertising posters, packaging, computers to household appliances.
21 Club St, Singapore 069410
Established in 2000 on 21 Club Street, Senso Ristorante & Bar is well-known for its authentic Italian fine-dining cuisine and its impeccable service. Senso Ristorante & Bar firmly believes in maintaining its high standards of excellent food, warm and sophisticated atmosphere.
This former convent blends a subtle hint of 21st century on neo-classical sensibilities of colonial architecture amidst ornate paintings and sculptures, especially in the courtyard.
47 Club St, Singapore 069424
Located above Bar SáVanh in East Chinatown, the IndoChine Restaurant at Club Street offers the refined cuisine of IndoChina in a plush setting where food and art are in perfect symmetry.
No Menu Restaurant
23 Boon Tat St, Singapore 069621
For the Forlinos, family is the centre of everything. Close relationships nurtured across the generations are the unifying ingredient that flavours the dining experience at every one of the family’s restaurants today.
Forest Darts Cafe
45 Ann Siang Rd, Singapore 069719
Cosy garden ambience located at 45 Ann Siang Road span across 2000 sq ft with 7 nos. electronic soft-tip dart board, 4 nos. steel-tip board, 7 feet pool table & Megatouch game machine.
Karaoke singing & reasonable price drinks. They organise in-house darts game & inter-pub league games. They also cater for company and private functions.
Molly Malone’s Irish Pub
56 Circular Rd, Singapore 049411
Molly Malone’s was the first Irish pub to open in Singapore, way back in 1995. More than twenty years on, she still maintains that unrivaled jovial atmosphere intrinsic to any classic Irish Pub.
133 New Bridge Rd, Singapore 059413
Chinatown Point is a shopping mall located in Chinatown, Singapore. It is a mixed development which includes a 25-storey office tower located right above the mall. Constructed in the 1990s, the mall opened in 1993.
China Square Central
18 Cross Street, Singapore 048423
A retail oasis located within the bustling Central Business District, China Square Central (CSC) is a true manifestation of modernised Chinese architecture, with a modern 15-storey office tower and rows of traditional shophouses refurnished and converted into offices, shops, and restaurants.