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Food & Clubbing in Singapore

Newton Circus Food Centre

Starting your walking tour from the right place will save you time and ensure that you do not miss out on any of the places of interest. My pick would be to start the walk from Telok Ayer Street, the nearest MRT Station being Tanjong Pagar MRT Station (EW15). More>>



Geylang (pronounced "Gay Lung") is infamous for 2 things - its glorious food and its red light district. The Lorongs ("streets" in Malay) in Geylang are numbered 1 to 42 eastward, with the red light district in the teens and great food places found all over. More>>


food binge

The Binge at Geylang Serai, Joo Chiat &Marine Parade.

In the 1840s, after the British dispersed the Malay floating village at the mouth of the Singapore River, the Malays began to settle in the Geylang Serai area. In the result, Geylang Serai has for years been known as the Malay enclave in Singapore. More >>


This Festival showcases international culinary skills by renowned chefs from around the world and wines from the world's best vineyards for an entire week. The Festival is yet another source of confirmation that our tiny island republic is indeed a global gourmet hub. More>>

Mohamed Sultan

No trip to Singapore would be complete without checking out its hip and happenin' night scene, and there's no better place to do it than Robertson Quay (also known as the Mohamed Sultan area). In recent years, this riverside party strip has surpassed both Boat Quay and Clarke Quay as the party capital of Singapore, to be crowned the Sultan of Swing. More>>


Boat Quay

Boat Quay is a continuous stretch of watering holes and dance clubs. Being adjacent to the central business district of Singapore, it is a favourite hangout for yuppies after office hours. After dark, the thumping music can be heard from across the Singapore River. More>>

Enter Chijmes

CHIJMES (pronounced "Chimes") was once the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus (CHIJ). The chapel, built in the 1850s, still stands today. In 1997, after S$100 million in restoration later, CHIJ reopened its doors as CHIJMES. Who would have thought that one of Singapore's premier nightspots would be behind cloister walls? More>>


Club Street is THE place to dine if budget is not an issue and you're looking for a romantic night out in a quaint part of town. A full-course dinner at some of the restaurants here can cost more than a week's worth of the best hawker meals, but the ambience here is in a league of its own. More>>


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