Named after Sir Andrew Clarke, this once historical quay is now a riverside development with an abundance of restaurants, nightclubs, and…
Back in the 19th century, this part of Port of Singapore was probably the busiest one and it served as a center of commerce.
This huge hawkers' center holds a whole floor of various food and drink stalls serving great Singaporean dishes at good prices.
This former Catholic convent with Neo-Gothic chapel now serves as an entertainment venue.
If you are interested in the urban development of Singapore, this place is a must.
An open air market during the day, a famous red-light district area during the night.
This popular Taiwanese chain has found its way even to Singapore. Awarded with a Michelin star, the menu includes soups, noodle and rice…
Built at the beginning of the 19th century, this is one of the oldest mosques in Singapore.