China Town

A 3 stories of heritage house perfectly located in the heart of Chinatown, our inn is just a two-minute walk from Chinatown subway (MRT)station exit A, and main bus services that take you around the city is also easily accessible. You will get to indulge the Chinese culture with many local eateries surrounding you! We are also a few steps away from Clarke Quay, where you will find a vast array of bars, restaurants and relaxing River Tours. Visit the pedestrian shopping malls on Orchard Road, the beautiful Garden by the Bay and Sentosa Island, or immerse yourself to a full view of the night scenery from the Marina Bay Sands Sky Park.

Facilities

  • Fully air-conditioned
  • free Internet/Wifi
  • Free breakfast, tea, coffee
  • private lockers
  • electrical sockets & reading lights.
  • Mac computers
  • 24 hours emergency hotline
  • entire property is equipped with CCTVs for security
  • Common areas include bathrooms, toilets, and a cozy outdoor terrace where guests can relax, mingle with other guests and make new friends

MRT (Tube)

  • Alight at Chinatown station and exit at Exit A.
  • Take the escalator up to street level to Pagoda Street.
  • Make a U-turn to the right and keep walking straight ahead until you see the McDonald’s sign.
  • Turn left before the McDonald’s sign and walk through the alley.
  • The street up ahead is Temple Street. Turn left and we are at no. 52 Temple Street.

Airport Shuttle

  • Private airport transfer can be arranged by us at SGD9.00 per person, subject to a minimum of six persons arriving. For fewer than six people, the rate would be higher.
  • Alternatively, you could go to the Ground Transport Desk at any of the Arrival Halls for booking of the airport transfer by Changi Airport.
  • If you are travelling in a large group of 8 or more do let us know and arrangements for transportation can be made for airport transfers and to your event venue if you are here for an event.

China Town

A 3 stories of heritage house perfectly located in the heart of Chinatown, our inn is just a two-minute walk from Chinatown subway (MRT)station exit A, and main bus services that take you around the city is also easily accessible. You will get to indulge the Chinese culture with many local eateries surrounding you! We are also a few steps away from Clarke Quay, where you will find a vast array of bars, restaurants and relaxing River Tours. Visit the pedestrian shopping malls on Orchard Road, the beautiful Garden by the Bay and Sentosa Island, or immerse yourself to a full view of the night scenery from the Marina Bay Sands Sky Park.

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Chinatown was established back during the time of the British rule, its architecture preserved by the Singapore government. Rows of shop houses line the streets. In the heart of Chinatown, you will not find skyscrapers and men and women in power suits. Rather, you will find a more relaxed Chinese community, having their morning tea and half boiled eggs or porridge with friends and families. Many Chinese and non-Chinese flock to this area to satisfy their cravings for Fish Head Noodles, Pork Porridge, Yong Tau Foo (noodles with an assortment of vegetables and condiments), and the all-famous Bak Kwa (thin squares of preserved pork, similar to jerky). The aroma of different food fares will be sure to cause your tummy to rumble!

The Thian Hock Keng temple is located in Telok Ayer Street and was opened in 1842 which is the oldest Hokkien temples on this island.. This temple is known for its traditional Southern Chinese architecture, often drawing admiration for its intricate details on the walls and façade. You will often find this temple filled up with worshippers and tourists, who come to pay their respects to the different deities. It often surprises tourists to find one of the oldest Muslim mosques, just a few steps away from the temple. The Al-Abrar mosque appeared along this street in the 1850s. The two places of worship have been co-existing harmoniously.

Chinatown is also one of those places that often can surprise you, with rare finds. There are shops selling vintage clothing, unique accessories, rare coins and stamps and many other different things. You will often find collectors roaming around the quaint little shops, bargaining with shopkeepers to get hold of their finds – which sometimes include very old typewriters, cameras and so on.

Like the other cultural gems in Singapore, Chinatown is one which you should explore, as it is not only reflective of Singapore’s history and culture, it also allows you to step back in time and move at a slower pace from the fast-paced city life.

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