For starters, Ann Siang Hill and Ann Siang Road are named after wealthy businessman Chia Ann Siang, while Club Street comes from the Chinese clubs that used to line the stretch. Low-key versions of Clarke Quay, the enclaves are known to swap their tranquil stripes for livelier ones come sunset when some of the best bars in Singapore open their doors for business.
Besides award-winning watering holes and hidden drinking dens, the popular hangout spots are also home to restored shophouses that house clan associations, innovative restaurants, trendy shops, fitness studios and more. There are also eye-catching murals as well as a hidden green space behind rows of shophouses.
Whether it's for a refreshing stroll in the morning, a relaxing lunch at mid-day, or after-work drinks in the evening, Ann Siang Hill and Club Street have plenty to offer.