It is a coulorful and lively area with a deep history of Singapore. You can explore Chinese culture and cuisines. Easily accessible to the famous street hawker centre which operates at night. Do walk around to enjoy cute souvenirs and Buddha Tooth Relic Temple.
This area is small yet dense with Indian culture along the stretch of Serangoon road. You would be able to explore authentic spicy Indian cuisine and cultural experiences reeling in the sense of Indian beauty and religious beliefs.
Orchard is a shopping paradise in Singapore and stretches about 3km with urbanised shopping malls selling world-class branded goods. You can also enjoy a variety of delights ranging from fine dining to local street stalls.
Raffles Place is well-known as the financial hub of Asia today. Boon Tat Street turns into a Satay street at night in this business district clustered with urban skyscrapers. Raffles Place MRT is the closest train station to visit the Merlion park.
A variety of food cultures can be found in this area- local food at hawker centres as well as Korean BBQ, Japanese ramen and fine dining in shophouses. Urban designed public housing has also become an iconic building in this district.
Not only affordable shopping on Bugis street, Bugis has a wide range of cultures on every street. You can enjoy a Chinese Buddhist temple, Muslim mosque on Arab street and cozy shops on Haji Lane. . Check out the locals-loved hotpot street just right behind, too!
Home to many restaurants and bars in this area serve happy hours. There are many outdoor seats where you can enjoy the Laser Show from Marina Bay Sands during your wine and dinner.
Opened in early 2019 just beside Changi airport, Jewel is a must-go shopping mall. Housing the amazing attraction is the indoor 40m-waterfall! Wide range of shops so you will not forget getting a souvenir before leaving Singapore.