Famed for its excellent local dining, Chinatown, Singapore, stands as testament to traditional Singaporean culture. Although the central business district is a short distance away, China Town prides itself as a centre for culture, history and cuisine. Benefitting from excellent transport links- Clarke Quay and City Hall MRT Stations are situated within walking distance of the area- Chinatown is understandably favorite evening destination.
In the evenings, Chinatown is at its busiest due to the countless bars and restaurants in the area. Nearby, Clark Quay, accompanied by stunning views of the harbour, contains several clubs, illustrating the juxtaposition of contemporary and traditional which defines the district.
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One of the top attractions in the nearby Clarke Quay is the Asian Civilization Museum. Attracting a multitude of tourists throughout the year, the museum deliniates the history of Singapore and Asia more broadly. Hong San See Temple is an architectural marvel and Buddhist place of worship open to the public.
Clarke Quay Mall and Liang Court offer guests a contemporary shopping experience in Singapore. With hundreds of designer stores, boutiques, high street chain stores and cafes, both satisfy shoppers appetites.
For a serene evening experience, hop onto a boat on the Singapore River. Boat tours are available to cruise up and down the river, allow visitors to take advantage of the sights along the way. The river drifts under historically important bridges such as Anderson Bridge and Clemenceau Bridge, whilst passing the Merlion and Esplanade.
Singapore is famed for its public transport system. The MTR services are prompt, regular and connect almost all of the city on different lines. The Clarke Quay MTR station and City Hall MTR Stations are both within walking distance of Chinatown, ensuring that visitors can connect with tourist and business hubs. Bus stations are located across Chinatown, offering a different means of viewing the city.
Changi Airport, Singapore’s largest airport, is located around 20 km from Chinatown. Regular high speed trains depart to Changi Airport from locations across the city. Car hire is available across the city, but it is important to possess all the necessary documentation.