Tour About Singapore: Free Chinatown Walking Tour
The Chinatown walking tour is a journey of discovery, As we walk through Chinatown you will see the old, our efforts at conservation, and the new, the business, the community.
Our walk will bring you through both the Fujian and Cantonese quarter of Chinatown, Along the way, you will see the diversity and also the unity of modern Singapore.
We meet at Basement 1 of the Telok Ayer MRT Station, in front of the FUN CAFÉ.
Our first stop will be at Far East Square, walking through the Amoy Hotel and the former Fu Tat Chi temple. We will walk along to visit the oldest Taoist Temple in Singapore, The Tian Hock Keng, after which we will then cross over to Amoy street to walk up Ann Siang Hill to visit the housing built by Mr Chia Ann Siang.
We will descend from Ann Siang Hill to South Bridge Road and another part of Chinatown where we will visit markets, temples and see the business of old.
Our two-hour walk will end at Pagoda street, just in time for an early lunch or shop at the stalls that caught your eye along the way.
Schedule: Every Saturday 10am to 12pm
Duration: 2 hours
Meeting Point: Exit B of Telok Ayer MRT Station
Things to bring: Umbrella + Water Bottle + Adventurous Spirit
Price: Pay-As-You-Wish (Most people usually pay around $17-22 for a similar tour)
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