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Chinatown plays an important role in Singapore's culture. The historic area, which encompasses Telok Ayer, Kreta Ayer, Bukit Pasoh and Tanjong Pagar, started to take shape in the early 1800s. The charming shophouses, many of which are protected by the government, have also recently drawn the interest of young, trendy businesses, which resulted in a gentrification and rush of new energy to the neighbourhood. But old Chinatown still survives in places such as Maxwell Food Centre, Chinatown Point and the small alleys and roads where you can find some of the best chicken rice on the island. The new businesses, especially trendy bars such as Operation Dagger, Michelin-starred dining establishments such as Restaurant André and hipster clothing shops such as Aston Blake, have perhaps decided to call Chinatown home because of its sense of authenticity and culture – something that many seem to think Singapore lacks. Offering a unique slice of Singapore, Chinatown is a melting pot of not only cultures but also people of different age groups, incomes and businesses.
Clarke Quay
Centrally located along the Singapore River, Clarke Quay sits at the heart of the city state’s nightlife. Its elegant shophouses appear calm by day, but at night transform into one of the most happening destinations on the island. Restaurants and bars line the river, and the main square offers a variety of dining and entertainment options for locals and travellers alike. Lying at the fringe of the busy central business district, Clarke Quay is an ideal spot for a fun night out for dinner, drinks or a live music performance at one of its many bars. Its proximity to several places of interest also makes it a must-visit for tourists.
Orchard Road
Singapore's most well-known shopping district, Orchard Road, is a shopaholic dream come true, with glitzy malls lining this 2.2km road from end to end. From the world’s most lavish luxury labels such as Chanel, Gucci and Prada to high-street labels such as H&M and Topshop for on-trend apparel and accessories, you name it and you’ll find it here. Besides shopping, there are also plenty of excellent restaurants, cafes, spas and art galleries here. Orientate yourself by heading to Ion Sky, the 56-storey-high viewing gallery in Ion Orchard – the unofficial ‘heart’ of the shopping strip – to get a bird’s-eye view of the city state. When you need a break from all the material luxuries of life, it is time to get close to nature to soothe your soul. Fort Canning Park and the Singapore Botanic Gardens flank either end of Orchard Road, so you’re never too far away from some greenery. Now that’s why they call Singapore ‘the Garden City’.