The Best Things To Do In Singapore
Dempsey Hill - 3.2km
A quiet neighbourhood enclave just off the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Singapore Botanic Gardens, Dempsey Hill is famous for its food and beverage offerings, from local seafood favourites like Jumbo Seafood Restaurant to the progressive cuisine of The White Rabbit.
Tiong Bahru - 3.5km
Known as one of Singapore's most charming neighbourhoods, Tiong Bahru has in recent years transformed itself to be one of the coolest destination in town. Charming cafés, restaurants and bakeries now dot the neighbourhood.
Little India - 3.7km
Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of Little India, and get lost in a neighbourhood filled with colours and scents of spices. South Asian cuisines feature prominently here, take your pick from South Indian to Nepali to Pakistani.
Haji Lane - 4.6km
Once a quiet precinct of Arab Street, Haji Lane now thrives with small boutiques which sell quality leather goods and street fashion from Japan and Korea. There are also some hidden gems, bars and cafés, in the area.
Chinatown - 4.7km
Bustling with activities throughout the day, imbibe in the colourful energy of Chinatown as you venture through its many streets. The magnificent Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Sri Mariamman Temple in the vicinity are must-visits.
Tanjong Katong - 5.1km
Named after an exotic species of sea turtle, Tanjong Katong is a coastal town on the eastern side of the island. One of Singapore's iconic dishes, Katong laksa, is named after the area. Here you can also find restaurants serving great Peranakan cuisine.
Holland Village - 5.5km
A popular venue for younger Singaporeans and expatriates, it is dominated by and often visited solely for its eateries and watering holes, along with some specialist shops selling non-traditional wares.
Clarke Quay - 6.0km
Named after Sir Andrew Clarke and located along the Singapore River, it features five rows of restored warehouses which comprise of award-winning restaurants, bars and night spots.
Arab Street - 7.0km
A quaint, charming neighbourhood, Arab Street is known for its array of Middle Eastern restaurants as well as textile and carpet shops. Always bustling with activities, this is one lively neighbourhood worth a visit.
Jurong East - 14.5km
Jurong East is predominantly an industrial zone of the island nation. In recent years, it has since become the new business and commercial district with new shopping malls - Jem and Westgate, hotel and hospitals.
Bedok - 14.9km
Singapore's best bak chor mee, the much-loved minced pork noodle, can be found in this neighbourhood. One can also find a good variety of hawker fare here, from stir-fried carrot cake to oyster omelette.
Changi Village - 24.5km
Once a sleepy town, Changi Village is now a vibrant neighbourhood famed for its nasi lemak (fragrant coconut rice served with a myriad of side dishes). A ferry terminal to nearby islands is also located here.
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