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September - May
20 out of 710 attractions in Singapore


Aditi & Deepak
Chinatown is lined with colorful mom-and-pop tiny stores and stalls selling authentic Chinese food. It's a bustling district decorated with bright red lanterns. You can buy Chinese tea, medicines, silks, toys and souvenirs and a great many Chinese items at the colorful stalls. Chinatown is famous for its Sri Mariamman Hindu temple, the oldest temple in Singapore. Be sure to check out the Buddha Tooth Relic temple as well.
Gayathri Sharma
7. China townIt's another cultural place, here every building has Chinese architecture. This place makes us to feel like we are in China. Tasting food and shopping is must do thing here. Also visit Thian Hock Keng temple and Buddha tooth relic temple and museum.Also read my article about Things to do in China town
Shrikant B Sonawane
ChinatownAt the first glance it is majorly alleys for souvenir shopping and Chinese delicacies (Chinatown Food Street). The Sri Mariamman Temple and the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum are also located here.The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum is an amazing piece of artwork and architecture. The gold and red color with the typical roof designs gives it a rich look. No entry fees are to be given.Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle (Hawker Chan) is the only Michelin-starred hawker stall and it has an outlet in Chinatown. It is a small place with limited sitting, the service is quick. We tried their Hainanese chicken rice and it was absolutely delicious.The night view of the alley with the bright lanterns decorated above a mandatory click for photographers.
Yasmin Mirza
CHINA TOWN :One of the few remaining old districts of Singapore is Chinatown, the first Chinese Settlement in Singapore. Don’t miss the Chinatown Heritage Center housed in 3 restored shophouses that showcases the history and culture of the first Chinese settlers in Singapore. The Sri Mariamman Temple is the oldest Hindu Temple in Singapore whereas the opulent Buddha Tooth Relic Temple houses what is believed to be the tooth of Buddha found inside a collapsed stupa at a Buddhist Monastery. The tooth relic can be viewed by the public on the 4th floor.Attractions: Sri Mariamman Temple, Thian Hock Keng Temple, Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, Chinatown Heritage Centre and Hawker Food Center.Entry Fees : NOVisiting Time : Open till late nightBest Time to visit : Evening
Ragini Mehra
6. Spend an evening at Chinatown