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Chinatown Heritage Centre will be closed from tonight Friday 27 March until further notice. This temporary closure is in line with the latest MOH advisory on stricter safe distancing measures to prevent further spread of Covid Take care, stay safe and see you again in Chinatown! Keep in touch with us through our social media channels or email us at enquiry chinatownhc. The Chinatown Heritage Centre is the gateway for all visitors to trace the footsteps of Singapore's early pioneers and discover the personal stories of people who made Chinatown their home. Truly a not-to-be-missed experience in Singapore. Absolutely fascinating! I took the guided tour with Guan hope I spelled his name correctly.. Kuddos to all involved in this heritage center.
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I document my visits to the Chinatowns of the world and give a native's perspective. I was born into Chinatown. Not in it, since I was actually born in a nearby Kaiser Hospital on Geary Boulevard, but into it -- the community, people, customs and culture. Kidding aside, my upbringing allowed me to experience firsthand the richness of Chinatown, the camaraderie and friendships developed, the deliciousness of authentic Chinese food, the good and the bad.
Explore a Chinatown like no other, and be enchanted by historic temples, hip bars and the heritage of Singapore. Old meets new in spectacular fashion after dark, when the streets of Chinatown come alive with light, music and merriment. A district with many thriving places of worship, Chinatown is home to a multitude of cultural practices, religions and inspiring architecture. This age-old precinct is home to myriad different cultures and is the only Chinatown in the world to boast a Buddhist temple, a mosque and a Hindu temple along a single street. This open-air stretch of eateries provides visiting foodies a smorgasbord of well-loved Singaporean hawker food. Dishes here range from char kway teow stir-fried rice noodles in dark soya sauce and orh luak fried oyster omelette to roast duck and South Indian curries. The establishment draws on local flavours to bring a twist to its ramen dishes, and retained its Michelin Bib Gourmand award in Besides being home to culture and tradition, Chinatown is also a neighbourhood filled with a plethora of bustling bars where you can socialise over a tipple. Or pay a visit to Flagship in Bukit Pasoh, an unpretentious watering hole that serves up both whisky-based cocktails and hard rock vibes. Movie aficionados looking to share silver screen insights can catch a movie at The Screening Room in the evening.