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20 Best Things To Do In Chinatown [2023]

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Things to do Chinatown

Best Things to do Chinatown
Best Things to do Chinatown

If you’re looking for a taste of the orient, there’s no need to travel all the way to China – Singapore’s Chinatown has everything you could possibly want, and more.

This vibrant neighbourhood is packed with delicious delicacies, talented craftsmen, world-class restaurants, and unique hawkers, providing for all of the people’s needs. Whether you’re in the mood for some traditional Chinese medicine or a new pair of shoes, you’ll be sure to find it in Chinatown. And with the recent upgrading of shophouses and new developments, there’s even more reason to visit this modern-day oasis.

So next time you’re in Singapore, be sure to head on down to Chinatown – you won’t be disappointed!

Things to do Chinatown: Restaurant

1. Burnt Ends

Burnt Ends - Things to do Chinatown
Burnt Ends – Things to do Chinatown (Credit: Burnt Ends)
Key ServicesBarbecue restaurant
Address7 Dempsey Rd, #01-04, Singapore 249671
Phone+65 6224 3933
Operating HoursTuesday:
Wednesday to Saturday:

Burnt Ends is a unique Singaporean barbecue restaurant. As a result, Burnt Ends is jam-packed with customers every night, thanks to its fantastic cuisine and distinctive concept. A huge double-door oven burning apple and almond wood at the heart of this restaurant adds a smoky flavor to the food.

The long counter is ideal for groups of less than six people, with a front-seat view of the action. There’s everything from pulled-pork burgers to a whole char-grilled redfish, as well as smoked ice cream for dessert.

Key Differentiators

  • Australian-style BBQ restaurant
  • Open kitchen
  • Counter seating
  • Lively, stylish space

Customer Testimonial

The food is excellent – unique and delicious! Would like to give special commendation to Thomas and Damien for the excellent service, how they took care of our dining experience, and ensured we really enjoyed our night here at Burnt Ends! Love the the ambience, the warmth and the service! definitely will be back! It’s worth every penny!

Joycelyn Tan

2. Yixing Xuan Teahouse

Yixing Xuan Teahouse - Things to do Chinatown
Yixing Xuan Teahouse – Things to do Chinatown (Credit: Yixing Xuan Teahouse)
Key ServicesTraditional teahouse
Address78 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapore 088499
Phone+65 6224 6961
Operating HoursMonday to Thursday: 10AM–8PM
Friday & Saturday: 10AM–9:30PM
Sunday: 10AM–7PM

Yixing Xuan Teahouse is a picturesque old-fashioned shop-house facade located in the center of Chinatown, where visitors can sample some of the best Chinese tea and appreciation classes. Their tea specialists will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have about the tea industry or allow you to try on different flavors. They’ll also give you a deeper knowledge of the history and culture of tea drinking and its customs.

This quaint teahouse serves delicious dim sum and a nice range of Chinese cuisine, including the spectacular tealeaf chicken – which is one way to turn their best feature into a highlight.

Key Differentiators

  • Learn about Chinese culture, arts and the history of tea
  • Range of premium teas
  • Preparing tea the traditional way

Customer Testimonial

attended a 2-3 hour workshop here with my girlfriends. we all had a great time here as the owner taught us how to differentiate the types of tea leaves & appreciate their qualities. it was a nice touch with the dim sum dishes they provided at the end and they went really well with the tea

Cherie Neo

3. Yum Cha

Yum Cha - Things to do Chinatown
Yum Cha – Things to do Chinatown (Credit: Yum Cha)
Key ServicesDim sum restaurant
Address20 Trengganu St, #02-01, Singapore 058479
Phone+65 6372 1717
Operating HoursTuesday to Friday: 10:30AM–8:30PM
Saturday & Sunday: 9AM–8:30PM

Yum Cha is the best choice in Chinatown for all-day dining. Yum Cha, which translates as “drink tea,” is the quintessential Chinatown dining experience on the second floor of an ancient shophouse. It is recognized for its dim sum offerings, which are also available in a daily high tea buffet.

Key Differentiators

  • First started out in 2000
  • Offer a unique dim sum dining experience
  • Dim sum tea house concept

Customer Testimonial

Quite nice place to have lunch with colleagues. Usually waiting time is less if you go with big group. Went twice and had fried olive rice with different kind of dumplings. Staff is really friendly and kind enough to serve to your dish. Price is not cheap, but not expensive.
Apart from food, there are some nice photographs of Singapore back in the day.

Chathuranga Pathirana

4. Latteria Mozzarella Bar

Latteria Mozzarella Bar - Things to do Chinatown
Latteria Mozzarella Bar – Things to do Chinatown (Credit: Latteria Mozzarella Bar)
Key ServicesItalian restaurant
Address40 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089618
Phone+65 6866 1988
Operating HoursOPEN DAILY
Lunch: 12 noon to 2:30pm
Dinner: 6:00pm to 10:30pm

Lattaria, a restaurant that serves authentic Mediterranean cuisine in the heart of Chinatown, includes 11 types of Italy’s best soft cheese into its wonderfully Mediterranean menu devoid of pizza. This sunny yellow eatery is a genuine taste of Tuscany in the middle of Chinatown, with room to dine both indoors and outside.

The menu is typical for a southern restaurant, with such options as homemade gnocchi served with fresh pesto and calamari salad, but the standouts are the dishes that use the restaurant’s name to great effect.

Key Differentiators

  • Slice of Southern Italy
  • Traditional Italian cuisine
  • Offers the freshest Mozzarella and Burrata cheeses

Customer Testimonial

Quiet nice Italian joint tucked away amidst the hectic area of Duxton. Ambience was amazing and romantic, outdoor seats are definitely a must go for.

Foods ordered were the latteria platter which was super value for money and fried calamari which was fried and seasoned to perfection, absolutely enjoyed our experience here

Ho Jerome

5. Kok Sen Restaurant

Kok Sen Restaurant - Things to do Chinatow
Kok Sen Restaurant – Things to do Chinatown (Credit: Kok Sen Restaurant via Facebook)
Key ServicesSingaporean restaurant
Address30 Keong Saik Rd., Singapore 089137
Phone+65 6223 2005
Operating HoursTuesday to Sunday:
12:00 PM – 2:15 PM
5:00 PM – 9:15 PM

The restaurant offers a number of distinctive dishes, including the Big Prawns Bee Hoon Soup, Big Prawns Horfun, and Kung Pao Frogs Stir-Fried with Dried Chilli. The bee hoon is the one dish that will really capture your attention. Its orange-red broth has a strong prawn flavor with spicy that makes it more appealing.

This dish includes thick bee hoon, chye sim, and huge prawns. The hor fun is another must-try, with silky rice noodles immersed in a wok hei-rich sauce.

Key Differentiators

  • Chinese Zi Char Restaurant
  • Great customer service
  • Exceptional dishes

Customer Testimonial

It’s been a while since I’ve been back and I’ve forgotten how good this ZhiChar place is.

Every dish we had was amazing. I particularly liked the Bittergourd Pork Rib dish, which has amazing wok hei and balance. The claypot Yong Tau Foo was also exceptional.

Ben C

6. DM Chicken

DM Chicken - Things to do Chinatown
DM Chicken – Things to do Chinatown (Credit: DM Chicken)
Key ServicesRestaurant
Address191B New Bridge Rd, Singapore 059423
Phone+65 6909 2758
Operating HoursDaily: 11:30AM–12AM

A 100 cm DM Chicken + DM Prawn platter is available at DM Chicken! To meet smaller groups, they also have 50 and 75 cm platters.

The hotpot platter contains Korean fried chicken and fries, two sets of lamb chops, a plate of squid ink balls, and a bowl of fruit salad. Customers may also select from the Hotpot and BBQ buffet or their own a la carte Hotpot and BBQ menu.

Key Differentiators

  • Multiple foods and sauce
  • Offers delivery
  • Special recipes

Customer Testimonial

The staff there, all of them, are helpful, friendly. We tried the buffet and is very good for value. But most of all, the quality is good but not cheap food. Our family are all happy and they all said will recommend this restaurant to others. We missed the exit, it is not exactly on the main road but just check the bumblebee statue you will find it.

Philip Tse

7. Heng Kee Curry Chicken Bee Hoon Mee

Heng Kee Curry Chicken Bee Hoon Mee - Things to do Chinatown
Heng Kee Curry Chicken Bee Hoon Mee – Things to do Chinatown (Credit: Heng Kee Curry Chicken Bee Hoon Mee via Facebook)
Key ServicesHawker stall
Address531A Upper Cross St, #01-58, Singapore 051531
Phone+65 9278 0415
Operating HoursMonday to Saturday: 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM

Heng Kee Curry Chicken Bee Hoon Mee is located in Hong Lim Food Centre, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of city life. It uses a three-generation-old family recipe that has been constantly improved until now, resulting in a dedicated consumer base that keeps returning for more.

The restaurant’s curry chicken noodle dish is a wonderful comfort food, with big pieces of chicken breast in the flavorful broth for a hearty sensation. For those wanting more, their bigger version comes with a larger serving and allows you to pick your favorite chicken parts.

Key Differentiators

  • Food Stand
  • Confort Food
  • Three-generations family recipe

Customer Testimonial

I don’t mind queueing when comes to good hawker food. Heng Kee Curry Chicken Noodles will always pop up in my mind when we talk about “Curry Chicken.” One of the best in Singapore

Mighty Foodie

8. Red Star Restaurant

Red Star Restaurant - Things to do Chinatown
Red Star Restaurant – Things to do Chinatown (Credit: Red Star Restaurant)
Key ServicesCantonese restaurant
Address54 Chin Swee Rd, #07-23, Singapore 160054
Phone+65 6532 5266
Operating HoursBreakfast/Lunch
(Monday to Saturday)
8.00am to 3.00pm

(Sunday & Public Holiday)
7.00am to 3.00pm

(Monday to Sunday)
6.00pm to 10.00pm

Talking about dim sum, which is everyone’s favorite form of Chinese cuisine. Red Star Restaurant has a classic atmosphere with vintage decorations and pushcarts. Aside from dim sum, the Cantonese cuisine on the menu consists of fried yam pots stuffed with scallops, prawn, and cashew nuts, as well as crispy thin suckling pig skin served with seasoned jelly thin strips.

Key Differentiators

  • Bustling
  • Informal landmark spotlighting
  • Traditional Cantonese cuisine & dim sum

Customer Testimonial

Old school restaurant with push cart ladies bringing piping hot dim sum to your table. Expect long waiting time during peak period. Really good quality dim sim, especially the siew mai (whole prawns inside), char siew sou (flaky and fragrant skin) and custard bao ( rich flavour).

Jerome Giam

9. Esquina

Esquina - Things to do Chinatown
Esquina – Things to do Chinatown (Credit: Esquina)
Key ServicesSpanish restaurant
Address16 Jiak Chuan Rd, Singapore 089267
Phone+65 6222 1616
Operating HoursLunch Service:
Tuesday to Saturday: 12pm – 2.30pm (last seating 2pm)

Dinner Service:
Tuesday to Thursday: 6pm – 10.30pm (last seating 9.30pm)
Friday & Saturday: 6pm – 11pm (last seating 10.30pm)

Esquina is a stylish Spanish tapas bar situated at the junction of Jiak Chuan Road. Carlos Montobbio, a Barcelona-born Head Chef who has been trained by several Michelin-starred chefs, runs this successful two-story eatery. Customers can anticipate a wonderful dining experience from start to finish, with Esquina’s Spanish Omelette and Grilled Spanish Octopus as notable options.

Key Differentiators

  • Intimate restaurant
  • Plating elegant Spanish dishes
  • Inventive, contemporary twist.

Customer Testimonial

If you like Spanish food and appreciate good quality food, this is the place for you! Everything is full of flavour and presented in a beautiful way. Sit at the chef’s table to see the kitchen in action, it’s truly inspiring and entertaining. Highly recommended.

Blerta Toska

10. Yum Cha Chinatown 

Yum Cha Chinatown - Things to do Chinatown
Yum Cha Chinatown – Things to do Chinatown (Credit: Yum Cha Chinatown)
Key Services:Chinese cuisine, dim sum tea house concept
Address:20 Trengganu St, #02-01, Singapore 058479
Phone:+65 6372 1717
Operating Hours:10:30AM – 10:00PM Tuesdays – Fridays; 9:00AM – 10:00PM Saturdays – Sundays

Yum Cha Restaurant was founded in the heart of Chinatown. Yum Cha opened in 2000 on Temple Street in Chinatown, with the goal of reintroducing the dim sum tea house idea in a shophouse setting, complete with marble tables and wooden chairs for a vintage vibe. Yum Cha Restaurants, located away from the hustle and bustle of city life, provide a one-of-a-kind dim sum dining experience, whether for lunch or supper. Their Chinese cuisine is what makes them known for having the finest Chinatown food in Singapore.

Key Differentiators:

  • Unique dim sum tea house setting
  • Relaxing environment
  • Quality food

Customer Testimonial:

“The food is great! Just that the waiting time for the food is quite long. The quality of the food is good, filled generously. Will be back again.”

Joshua Hoh

11. Song Fa Bak Kut Teh

Song Fa Bak Kut Teh - Things to do Chinatown
Song Fa Bak Kut Teh – Things to do Chinatown (Credit: Song Fa Bak Kut Teh)
Key Services:Michelin Bib Gourmand eatery, pork ribs speciality, salted vegetables and sliced dough fritters.
Address:#01-04 133 New Bridge Road, Singapore 059413
Phone:+65 6443 1033
Operating Hours:11AM – 9PM Daily

They’ve come a long way from one street food cart. Nonetheless, their pushcart emblem reminds people of what they stand for: an authentic Bak Kut Teh experience: succulent, fall-off-the-bone pork ribs; hot, flavorful, spicy-peppery soup; and a 1960s roadside eating environment. Bak Kut Teh’s tradition goes on in its purest form at Song Fa. Song Fa is honored to have received the Michelin Bib Gourmand designation for the past five years. We have been designated as a Made With Passion brand by the Singapore Brand Office and the Singapore Tourism Board.

Key Differentiators:

  • Proudly serving traditional bak kut teh since 1966
  • Michelin Bib Gourmand recipient for 5 years
  • Made With Passion brand by Singapore Brand Office and Singapore Tourism Board

Customer Testimonial:

“My only second time trying out BKT and they actually serve free flow BKT refill!!?!?! Wow. Even though Im not a fan of BKT but I really enjoyed my meal here. And my favourite pig trotters!”

Kong Wen Sheng

12. Hong Lim Market and Food Centre

Hong Lim Market and Food Centre - Things to do Chinatown
Hong Lim Market and Food Centre – Things to do Chinatown (Credit: Hong Lim Market and Food Centre)
Key Services: Wide selection of local Singaporean food and Asian cuisine
Address:531A Upper Cross St, Singapore 051531
Phone:+65 6554 7120
Operating Hours:24 Hrs. Daily

The Speakers’ Corner at Hong Lim Park is perhaps the first thing that comes to mind when you think of ‘Hong Lim.’ Although Hong Lim Market and Food Mall is not as well-known as Maxwell, Chomp Chomp, and Old Airport Road, this two-story food centre near Chinatown MRT delivers a variety of Singapore’s finest foods. It is currently regarded as a must-see location for low-cost Michelin-starred dinners. Their wide range of Asian cuisine and local dishes has gained them the distinction of having the best Chinatown food in Singapore.

Key Differentiators:

  • A variety of Singapore’s finest foods
  • Affordable Michelin-starred meals
  • Near Chinatown MRT

Customer Testimonial:

“Both Chicken Curry noodles at level 1 and 2 are delicious. There are many nice local foods here. Good place for breakfast and lunch.”

Cher Lee Kiat

13. Haikee Brothers

Haikee Brothers - Things to do Chinatown
Haikee Brothers – Things to do Chinatown (Credit: Haikee Brothers)
Key Services:soy sauce chicken, dim sum, soup, and claypot dishes
Address:133 New Bridge Rd, #02-39, Singapore 059413
Phone:+65 6244 4408
Operating Hours:11:00AM – 10:00PM Daily

The brand’s origins may be traced back to Hainan Island, where founder Mr. Wong Si Han was born. He moved to Singapore in 1959 to establish a family and began serving his distinctive soy sauce chicken rice on Upper Cross Street. The fort is now controlled by siblings Joseph and James Wong, who are third generation company owners. Haikee Brothers combines old flavors with modern twists to create an experience that is sure to stir appetites. Their signature soy sauce chicken rice has earned them the title of greatest Chinatown food in Singapore.

Key Differentiators:

  • Founded in 1959 by Wong Si Han
  • Origin from Hainan Island
  • Specializes in soy sauce chicken rice

Customer Testimonial:

“Reasonable priced, food and fast service, clean and neat chicken noodles restaurant in Chinatown Point. Highly recommended and the portion is good. Delicious soy sauce chicken or roasted pork noodles.”

John Tan

14. Chinatown Food Street

Chinatown Food Street - Things to do Chinatown
Chinatown Food Street – Things to do Chinatown (Credit: Chinatown Food Street)
Key Services:Local and Asian dishes
Address:41 Smith St, Singapore 058953
Phone:+65 6225 3633
Operating Hours:11:00AM – 10:00PM Daily

The revitalized CFS, located on Smith Street in the heart of Chinatown, aims to provide the most genuine Singapore eating experience for both residents and tourists. CFS provides a broad array of local treats, from a tantalizing dish of Char Kway Teow to sticks of delectable Satays, with renowned food from local cultures all represented on one street. CFS offers a taste of ancient Chinatown with street hawker stalls, shophouse restaurants, and adhoc street kiosks, as well as al-fresco eating along the street. Their extensive menu of local cuisines has won them the reputation of Singapore’s best Chinatown food.

Key Differentiators:

  • center of chinatown
  • local food vendors
  • tantalizing dishes

Customer Testimonial:

“Chinatown’s maze of narrow roads includes Chinatown Food Street, with its restaurants serving traditional fare like Hainanese chicken rice, noodles and satay. Souvenir shops.”

Thilina Madusanka

15. Chinatown Complex

Chinatown Complex - Things to do Chinatown
Chinatown Complex – Things to do Chinatown (Credit: Chinatown Complex)
Key Services:Local and Asian cuisine
Address:335 Smith Street #02-127 Chinatown Complex Chinatown, Singapore 050335 Singapore
Operating Hours:  08:00 AM – 10:00 PM Daily

Originally utilized by Japanese military police during the Japanese occupation, the location was later home to “death houses” and brothels until it was evacuated in the 1960s. Construction work began in 1975, and the site evolved into what it is today: the beating heart of Chinatown. People may also enjoy a superb variety of award-winning dishes at astonishingly low costs at the enormous facility. For starters, Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle originated in Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre. Their inexpensive and broad variety of local and Asian cuisines has earned them the title of finest Chinatown food in Singapore.

Key Differentiators:

  • Award-winning dishes
  • Low prices
  • Evolving market

Customer Testimonial:

“One of the cheapest Michelin Starred meal you can have in Singapore. The Hawker centre is really crowded during lunch hour but it’s worth the wait.”

Alan Tanv

Things to do Chinatown: Dessert

16. Mei Heong Yuen Dessert

Mei Heong Yuen Dessert - Things to do Chinatown
Mei Heong Yuen Dessert – Things to do Chinatown (Credit: Mei Heong Yuen Dessert)
Key Services:Wide Dessert selection
Address:#B2-32/33, Chinatown Point, 133 New Bridge Road
Phone:+65 6538 3892
Operating Hours:12:00PM – 10:00PM Daily

Mei Heong Yuen Dessert is the idea of Connie and Clara Lee and is inspired by the legendary FARMER BRAND groundnuts. It specializes in various types of pastes and steamed egg pudding. Its peanut paste is aromatic and carefully milled to provide a smooth texture with no peanut fragments. It’s a fantastic dessert for completing up a good meal because it’s sufficiently sweet without being overbearing. Their extensive selection of Asian desserts has earned them the reputation of having the best Chinatown food in Singapore.

Key Differentiators:

  • Aromatic and smooth peanut pastes
  • Specializes in a variety of pastes and steamed egg pudding
  • Carefully milled to provide a smooth texture

Customer Testimonial:

“The dessert is delicious and not very sweet. Love the mango roll so much thanks for the recommendation given by the staff. Highly recommended”

Sally Lee

17. Tong Heng Confectionery

Tong Heng Confectionery - Things to do Chinatown
Tong Heng Confectionery – Things to do Chinatown (Credit: Tong Heng Confectionery)
Key Services:signature egg tarts, handmade pastries
Address:285 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058833
Phone:+65 6223 3649/+65 6223 0398
Operating Hours:9AM – 6PM Daily

Tong Heng is a well-known bakery noted for its handmade traditional pastries. Tong Heng was founded in 1935 with a simple goal in mind: to share their passion for classic pastries, such as their signature diamond-shaped egg tarts, with the rest of the globe. Their classic pastries are among of the most well-loved in Singapore, having been modernized yet being created with devotion. Tong Heng’s egg tarts, like other local favorites, are dairy-free and a symbol of excellent baked products appreciated by both locals and visitors. Their local bread and pastries are what set them apart as the best Chinatown food in Singapore.

Key Differentiators:

  • Traditional handmade pastries
  • Unique egg tarts
  • Popular with locals and tourists

Customer Testimonial:

“I can’t even put into words how much I loved this place. I was in Singapore for a week and came here 4 times. The egg tart is so warm and delicious. I also tried the bbq pork pasty which was good.”

Tang Shijie

18. Tong Heng

Tong Heng - Things to do Chinatown
Tong Heng – Things to do Chinatown (Credit: Tong Heng)
Key ServicesTraditional Cantonese Pastries
Address285 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058833
Phone+65 6223 3649
Operating HoursOpen 9am – 6pm daily

If you’re a fan of egg tarts, you’ve probably heard of Tong Heng’s famous egg tarts. The use of pork lard in their egg tarts distinguishes them from the competition because it gives the crust extra flakiness. The custard is delicate and wobbly, and when you bite into the tart, it surely satisfies your tastebuds.

Key Differentiators

  • Traditional Chinese Pastries
  • Founded since 1935
  • Freshness and timeless tradition of handmade pastries

Customer Testimonial

Must try their walnut cookie!!! Egg tart is their usual star and reason why we keep coming back. Recently, we discovered that their walnut cookie is amazingly good. Crisp and very fluffy texture. Bought for friends and they are loving it too.

2 versions you can get, all the same taste wise – in a gift tin or individually wrapped. Walnut cookies in tin are vacuum packed (~4 months shelf life) and contains 6pcs. They are slightly smaller in size to fit the tin, whereas the individually walnut cookie are sealed and can last 5-7days.

Joshua Hoh

Things to do Chinatown: Shop

19. 100 AM

100 AM - Things to do Chinatown
100 AM – Things to do Chinatown (Credit:
Key ServicesLifestyle mall
Address100 Tras Street, Singapore 079027
Phone+65 6534 6248
Operating HoursMon-Sun: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM

The 100 AM (pronounced as ‘em’) lifestyle mall is in the west of the Central Business District. The goal of 100 AM is to provide a one-of-a-kind shopping experience with a wide range of retail, lifestyle, and dining options that are suited to the rapidly changing lifestyle of everyone.

20. AK Handicrafts (TSSF 9)

AK Handicrafts (TSSF 9) - Things to do Chinatown
AK Handicrafts (TSSF 9) – Things to do Chinatown (Credit:
Key ServicesHandicrafts
Address9 Trengganu Street, Singapore 058463
Phone+65 8138 7830
Operating HoursMon-Sun: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM

AK Handicrafts is a manufacturer, wholesaler, and retailer of genuine Nepalese goods based in Singapore’s Chinatown.

21. Choo-P Leathercraft

Choo-P Leathercraft - Things to do Chinatown
Choo-P Leathercraft – Things to do Chinatown (Credit:
Key ServicesLeather store
Address334 Kreta Ayer Road #01-08, Singapore 080334
Phone+65 9683 6611
Operating HoursMon-Sat: 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM

They are suppliers of leathercrafting equipment and accessories. Also offers customized made leather products that are available in a wide range of sizes. Of course, they also offer leather workshop courses.

Things to do Chinatown

All in all, whether you are looking to find something to do or just want to travel, Chinatown Singapore is the best place to explore. With its vibrant culture and diverse range of attractions, there is something for everyone in this unique neighborhood.

So what are you waiting for? Come and discover the sights and sounds of Chinatown Singapore today!

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Rachel Tan is the editor at FunEmpire Media Singapore. She has over 8 years of experience in the media industry discovering the best local businesses, places and things to do in Singapore. From lifestyle, entertainment, food, travel, education and more, Rachel is a trusted source to curate the very best Singapore has to offer.