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  • Sri Mariamman Temple

    1. Sri Mariamman Temple

    Chinatown | Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    Singapore's oldest Hindu temple has a pagoda-like entrance topped by one of the most ornate gopurams (pyramidal gateway towers) you're likely...Read More

    Sri Mariamman Temple
  • Thian Hock Keng Temple

    2. Thian Hock Keng Temple

    Chinatown | Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    This structure—the Temple of Heavenly Happiness—was completed in 1842 to replace a simple shrine built 20 years earlier. It's one of Singapore...Read More

    Thian Hock Keng Temple
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  • 3. Al-Abrar Mosque

    Chinatown | Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    In 1827 when the original thatch hut stood here, it was one of Singapore's first mosques for its Indian Muslims. Also known as Kuchu Palli ...Read More

  • 4. Chinatown Complex

    Chinatown | Plaza/Square/Piazza

    Typically, this market is mobbed. At the open-air vegetable and fruit stands, women—toothless and wrinkled—sell their wares. Inside, on the...Read More

  • 5. Chinatown Heritage Centre

    Chinatown | Museum/Gallery

    These three painstakingly restored shophouses showcase Chinatown's rich heritage and serve as a repository for the area's memories, sights,...Read More

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  • 6. Chinese Theatre Circle

    Chinatown | Arts/Performance Venue

    The Chinese Circle Theatre (CTC) is a nonprofit organization that's been cultivating an appreciation of Cantonese opera since 1981. Check out...Read More

  • 7. Jamae Mosque

    Chinatown | Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    Popularly called Masjid Chulia, this simple, almost austere mosque was built in 1826 by Chulia Muslims from India's Coromandel Coast, on its...Read More

  • 8. Nagore Durgha Shrine

    Chinatown | Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    This odd mix of minarets and Greek columns was built by South Indian Muslims in 1830. Inside it's now decorated with tiny lights. ...Read More

  • 9. Speakers' Corner

    Chinatown | Plaza/Square/Piazza

    Also known as Hong Lim Park, this spot was declared a "free speech zone" by the government in 2001. It looks like nothing more than a small...Read More

  • 10. Tanjong Pagar Road

    Chinatown | Neighborhood/Street

    The 220 shophouses here have been restored to an idealized version of their 19th-century appearance. They contain teahouses, calligraphers,...Read More

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