This is a little China. There are Chinese delicacies and small commodities from China all over the place. There are all kinds of things, but there are 2 temples worth visiting, one is a Hindu temple with a history of more than 100 years, and the other one It is the Chinese Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. Although it has a short history, its incense is flourishing and it also enshrines relics.
[Scenery] As Singapore enters the second or even third phase of development, Chinatown has returned to the hustle and bustle of the past. It couldn't be better to go there to see lanterns during National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival. [Fun] Sichuan cuisine, Hunan cuisine, Northeastern cuisine, you can choose from, the price is reasonable, the portion is large, it is worth a visit.
Maxwell Food Centre in Chinatown. Awesome food with lots of choices. We bought our food at one of the famous Singapore dishes, Hong Xiang. I'm so amazed at the owners of the place. There is only one cook and one who takes the orders and receives the payments. We had the Hainanese Chicken Rice set and the Char Siew Pork. They are famous in Singapore that they accept Visa/Mastercard. payments and other online payments. They even do food deliveries.
Conveniently located at Chinatown MRT station, explore the different alleys selling souvenirs and enjoy photo taking with the various cute wall murals and historical looking shophouses.. stop by one of the many Chinese hotpot or bbq if you have the budget.. if not, head on to nearby Chinatown Complex Food Centre to have a $3 yummy local meal.. the local tiger beer is also worth a try! Join in the annual Chinese New Year countdown celebrations with fireworks, liondance and bustling night market! #gowithfelix
Lively and safe Chinatown neighbourhood with this adorable detective Conan wall art ft. a Durian stand
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