Amidst the many coffee joints and restaurants parked along the stretch of Ann Siang Hill, it’s almost easy to walk right past WOAW Gallery if you’re not actively looking for it. This little nook's exhibitions get switched up every so often, each time showcasing the unique works of artists around the world, so each visit brings something new. Best part? Entry is free.
Noisy, chaotic, and full of human traffic – that’s the general consensus of what the Chinatowns of the world are like. Singapore’s is no different, but beyond being just a tourist hotspot, it also possesses a charming air that appeals to even the most seasoned locals as well. In fact, it's just been crowned Singapore's coolest neighbourhood for 2023, as well as the third coolest neighbourhood in all of Asia.
Once a designated Chinese kampong harking back to 1822, this bustling district is now where tradition and modernity blend seamlessly. Home to a good mix of hawker centres, temples, and teahouses, all set alongside trendy bars, cafés, and independent art galleries, Chinatown is certainly a riot of colour. Here are the best things to do, see, and eat here.
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