You can't stroll down East Coast Road without making a pitstop at Rumah Kim Choo. The two-unit shophouse houses a heritage gallery upstairs, and sells Peranakan collectables downstairs, all while uplifting the Peranakan culture of the Nanyang. Under the banner Kim Choo Kueh Chang, it also sells the family's signature pyramid-shaped rice dumplings which come wrapped in bamboo leaves and stuffed with various savoury fillings such as chicken, and chilli prawn.
That's not all – it also hosts walking trails, private boutique tours, Peranakan beading workshops, and nonya kueh sampling sessions. And if you're looking to own a bespoke kebaya, drop by its boutique gallery for a free fitting session.