A journey through the "old" homes of the Chinese
During this 2-hours walking tour, we will walk through Chinatown and venture into places which the early Chinese immigrants of the 19th century used to stay, mingle and worked.
You will get to see the oldest Hindu and Chinese temples as well as chance to view the Buddha's relics.
Along the way, we will visit the Heritage Centre which is set-up within an old conserved shophouse too!
As I bring you through the lanes and places, we will settle down at a few famous places to savour delicious local Chinese delights such as Hainan Chicken Rice, Rice dumplings, Yong Tau Foo etc.
This is a journey of exploration through smell, taste and sights.
Are you ready to venture out with me and let me tell you story?
Highlights for this tour, besides the foods include:
1) Local Wet Market
2) Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
3) Sri Mariamman Temple
4) Chinatown Heritage Centre
5) Thian Hock Kheng Temple
6) Club Street / Ann Siang Hill
7) Telok Ayer Road
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Chinatown MRT Station
End location: Telok Ayer MRT Station
Duration: 2 hours
This is weather dependent. Umbrellas / ponchos will be provided in the event of wet weather.
This is a walking tour for me to show you insights to the various places we are visiting.
Foods for tasting and drinks.
Entrance fee for Chinatown Heritage Centre.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 Singapore dollars - In case you wish to get some souvenirs or extra foods/drinks