Last updated on June 27th, 2017 at 08:35 am
Little China or China Town, Singapore’s historic Chinatown is a bustling combination of modern and pass Singapore, filled with traditional shops, markets old stores, cafes and symbolising chines heritage & modern day multiculturalism.
Little China, This is another culturally distinct neighborhood in the Outram district (within the Central Area) of Singapore where old meets new.
There are tons of little tea houses, traditional medicine shops and goldsmiths, intertwined with chic restaurants and bars.
Three prominent temples can be found on South Bridge Road; Sri Mariamman Temple (dating back to 1827, this is the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore), Jamae Mosque (this mosque dates back to 1826 and was erected by Tamil Muslims) and the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple (a modern museum showcasing Buddhist art and culture).
Chinatown Food Street is a mostly covered, conglomeration of local foods and must-see or a must- eat for food enthusiasts.
If you are looking for a local performance, it would definitely be worth it to look into purchasing tickets for the Toy Factory Theater Ensemble, which is one of the most, if not the most iconic performances of Singaporean theatre.