Geylang bars: 3 Best Pubs in Geylang


Top 9 Places To Spend Your Evenings

Singapore is known for its vibrant nightlife, and so does the small town of Geylang. If you happen to be around, you must make it a point of enjoying Geylang nightlife that may not be pompous but nevertheless relaxing.

Geylang is a small township area located in the central region of Singapore and shares its border with Hougang and Toa Payoh. The streets of Geylang are known to host several eating joints which feature mouth-watering Singaporean delicacies. There are specific areas inside the town which house many historic marvels. During the evening and through the night, this small town completely transforms into a colorful and interesting place making it the party-goers paradise.

9 Best Spots To Enjoy Geylang Nightlife

The streets of the market areas in this town are completely lit up and decorated during the evening making it the perfect place to enjoy a stroll through the streets with your loved one. Here are the 10 best places to experience and enjoy Geylang nightlife.

  • Geylang Serai Market
  • Joo Chiat Street
  • Mel’s Place Bar & Bistro
  • Joo Chiat Complex
  • Paramount Music Lounge
  • Loof Bar And Restaurant
  • The Other Room
  • Smoke And Mirrors
  • Siam Disco

1. Geylang Serai Market

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Nightlife in Geylang Singapore can be experienced to the fullest by visiting the Geylang Serai Market. One can easily reach this place from any part of the city and enjoy the Geylang nightlife as it is located at close proximity from the MRT Paya Lebar station. This entire market is spread through a marvelous two-storey building which is built taking inspiration from the traditional Malay style buildings. Inside this building, one will get to experience the flavors of Malay and Middle-Eastern cuisine delicacies which are rich in flavors. Some exotic products like turtle eggs and snakes are also displayed here for sale.

Location: 1 Geylang Serai, Singapore – 402001
Open till: 12:00 AM

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2. Joo Chiat Street

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A stroll through the Joo Chiat Street with a loved one is one of the best ways to enjoy the nightlife in Geylang Singapore. This street was named after a famous businessman of this area, Chew Joo Chiat. This street is one of the unexplored and the most interesting place to be if one wants to have fun experiencing the Geylang road nightlife. This street shows the rich history of the city in the most beautiful way through the various colonial buildings adorning the street.

Location: 51 Joo Chiat Road, Geylang, Singapore – 427373
Open till: 24 hours

3. Mel’s Place Bar & Bistro

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Mel’s Place Bar & Bistro was formerly an old traditional residential bungalow. This place displays beautiful adornments amidst a classy interior which makes it a perfect place to enjoy the Geylang nightlife. The food menu of this place features a mixture of western as well as local cuisine dishes. The pasta, sandwiches and grilled food served here never fail to please the diners. The must-try delicacies of this restaurant are the Porcini Chicken, Chef’s Burger and Aglio Olio Mare.

Location: 2A Kuo Chuan Avenue, Geylang, Singapore – 426897
Open till: 01:00 AM

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4. Joo Chiat Complex

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Joo Chiat Complex is a multi-storey building which is bustling with tourists and locals throughout the year. One can get almost anything and everything in this mall. There are many items available here at affordable rates which makes it the go-to shopping destination of every shopaholic. One can get a wide range of unstitched fabrics at wholesale prices over here. The other items which one can buy here include kitchenware, cushion covers, bedsheets, curtains, rugs etc. Different variety of jewellery is also available here. If one wishes to take home a piece of Singapore in the form of a souvenir, there are plenty of shops here which display an interesting array of choices for sale.

Location: 1 Joo Chiat Road, Geylang, Singapore – 420001
Open till: 09:00 PM

5. Paramount Music Lounge

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One can easily find this place while enjoying the Geylang road nightlife. This place has a very casual setting with live karaoke music every evening. One can enjoy singing their favorite songs and have a good time hanging out with their friends over here. The bar of this lounge is fully stocked up with premium brand beverages. One can select from a variety of refreshing drinks including cocktails, mocktails and other alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. This place even features a food menu which includes interesting options as starters which go very well with the drinks.

Location: 298 Geylang Road, Singapore – 389342
Open till: 02:00 AM

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6. Loof Bar And Restaurant

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This place is around 5 km away from Geylang but it must be visited to have the best time in the night. It is a rooftop bar and is located as a part of the Odeon Towers. It celebrates the local Singaporean culture in the best way possible. The sitting area is set up amidst lush green plants blooming with colorful flowers. The cocktails here are inspired from the Southeast Asian taste and are one of the things which one must try when partying here. There are plenty of bar snack options ranging from western styled ones to the local ones which go very well with the drinks.

Location: 331 North Bridge Road, #03-07 Odeon Towers Extension Rooftop, Singapore – 188720, 5 km from Geylang
Open till: 01:00 AM
Cost for two: INR 7,000


The Other Room

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The Other Room is a must visit place for all the people who enjoy alcoholic beverages. The master distiller here, David Stewart is excellent at blending and crafting a variety of alcoholic drinks which are exclusively available only in this bar. This is the only bar in Singapore which is crowded with locals and tourists throughout the year on all days of the week. There are over 300 varieties of drinks available here which one can choose from. All the spirits are created here in-house and are absolutely loved by every visitor who tries them out.

Location: 320 Orchard Road, #01-05 Marriott Tang Plaza hotel, Singapore – 238865, 6 km from Geylang
Open till: 03:00 AM
Cost for two: INR 9,000

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8. Smoke And Mirrors

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This is a rooftop bar located in the National Gallery in Singapore. From here, one can enjoy the panoramic views of the entire city including the Marina Bay while sipping on their favorite beverage. The progressive menu of this place includes the most unique blends and mixtures of drinks to form the perfect cocktail. The spirits are curated in-house and an extensive range of draft beer is also available here. One must definitely drive down to this bar while visiting Geylang.

Location: 1 Street Andrew’s Road, #06-01 National Gallery Singapore, Singapore – 178957, 4 km from Geylang
Open till: 01:00 AM
Cost for two: INR 8,500

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9. Siam Disco

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One can have a good time experiencing Geylang Bahru nightlife by visiting this small yet cozy place on Geylang road. This place features an affordable range of drinks so that the visitors here can party all night without having to worry too much about the expenses. On certain nights there is a karaoke event arranged wherein one can sing their favorite tunes. This place is jam-packed during the weekends with locals and tourists.

Location: 211 Geylang Road, Singapore – 389271
Open till: 03:00 AM

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One must definitely visit these places to have fun-filled and exhilarating Geylang nightlife experience.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Geylang Nightlife

What is Geylang known for?

Geylang is known for its amazing nightlife. Being the city of ancient Malay settlements, Geylang is home to a number of historic sites, monuments, and museums which speak volumes about its history.

When is the best time to visit Geylang?

The winter months of December to February are the perfect time to visit Geylang and enjoy its pleasant weather.

What is there to do in Geylang?

Here are some of the fun things to do in Geylang:
1. Explore the Singapore Markets
2. Visit the Former Queen’s Theatre
3. Take a walk through the shophouses
4. Explore The Intan museum
5. Pay a visit to the divine at Sri Sivan Temple

When do the bars and clubs open in Geylang?

Most of the bars and clubs in Geylang usually opens by 8 PM and remains open till 2 AM

Where in Geylang has the best nightlife?

The Auld Alliance, Berlin Bar CHIJMES, and ANTI:DOTE is some of the most loved places where you can enjoy an amazing night in Geylang.

Is Geylang safe at night?

Despite its not so impressive reputation, Geylang is majorly a residential area and is absolutely safe even at night.

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I love yakitori as much as I love satays, well…food on a stick just makes the whole experience better. Here comes The Skewer Bar that injects a breath of fresh air to a district that’s been popularized by history, hokkien mee and late night suppers. (If I can even try to put to words why Geylang is charming, at all.)

Nested within a coffeeshop, this is the only reason why I’d even pay the coffeeshop a second look.

Swanky cafe by the side. Word has it that crowds start filling and supper is chaos – so is parking. You’ve been warned.


Dining by the curb side has not gotten more happening, and with our killer weather? I say pick a table furthest from the stove even to try keeping cool – which begs the question why would I even eat grilled food at a sweltering 30 degrees on an evening?

Anyhow, if you’re lucky…beg for one of their air conditioned tables inside their bar and well, good luck.

Watching the sky canvas whilst waiting for dinner is….therapeutic somewhat.

Chicken Mid Joint ($1. 40)
Broccoli ($1.40)

Wilted greens which I enjoyed! Must be all the burnt vegetables in salads that converted me.

Chicken and Pork Meatballs ($2.60)

I’ve been pampered too much with tsukune and looked forward to the cartilage bits embedded within and this was really just meatballs with sweet sauce. 

Japanese Squid ($6.50)

A squid is a squid, is a squid regardless country of origin and the item that worked most for me turned out to be the chilli sauce that got us dunking nearly everything in.

Sweet Corn ($1.30)

These are grilled on the cob so they made things easier for us by deconstructing the corn into easier to nibble portions.

Shitake Mushroom ($1.40)
Cuttlefish Balls ($1.30)
Chicken Heart ($1.40)

Taupok Special ($5.50)

“Must Try” it seems and it was really just grilled tau pok stuffed with minced meat, vegetables and cheese. I liked the concept yet execution was on the meh-dinary side.

Whole Eggplant ($5)

So redmart spoiled me with $1.20 whole eggplants, raw. And for the remaining $3.80, I get a generous lather of chilli paste (don’t bother, the grilled squid’s chilli is da bomb). Value? Average.

Prices listed are per stick so these are really no different from Tori-Q prices, except it is in a more dubious location and deemed as refreshing.

I enjoyed my visit sans the heat but it definitely takes more than just price, queues and hype to lure me back.

The Skewer Bar
10 Lorong 27 Geylang

The Skewer Bar Review: Secret Yakitori Joint Found In Geylang –

A corner joint filled with grilled goodness

Geylang is not a place hipsters would generally frequent. But I’m pretty sure they will once they get wind of a secret yakitori joint tucked in a quiet corner of the red light district.

After a tiring work day, I dragged my squad out to visit The Skewer Bar; a newly opened dining spot that offers freshly grilled goods marinated with homemade seasonings.

Situated at a corner of a run-of-the-mill kopitiam, The Skewer Bar is split into 2 sections – an indoor and an outdoor dining area. The kitchen is behind glass, so we could see the chefs working up a sweat while grilling the skewers to perfection.

After we got seated, we were surprised by how the menu contained not just meats, but a wide array of seafood and vegetable options too. The owner was a friendly chap and we decided to leave the fates of our stomach to his discretion.

Skewers At The Skewer Bar

It’s not easy to find good yakitori in Singapore, but The Skewer Bar has done a nice job in filling that niche. The skewered stick offerings were a real treat for our palates and it was evident that the ingredients were freshly procured. We loved the sweet Cherry Tomato ($1.10) skewers that was wrapped in bacon and burst into a sweet and savoury combination in our mouths.

The Prawn ‘Red Leg’ Sea Prawn ($2.10) also left a lasting impression as we could taste the freshness of the prawn. 

The Chicken MidJoint ($1.20) was juicy and we were tempted to order more. But the dishes that stole the show for us were the non-stick seafood items.

Non-Skewers At The Skewer Bar

The Oysters (3pcs) ($11 for 3) were fresh and succulent, and it didn’t take long for them to find their way into our stomachs.

That being said, the ultimate highlight of our feast was the Grilled Seabass with Chilli Sauce ($22). Lathered in chilli sauce, one bite of this dish was enough to tell me why it has fast become their signature dish.

The spiciness of the chilli sauce complemented the moist and tender meat perfectly, and delivered a deadly combination that threatened our friendship as we jostled fiercely with one another for the best parts of the fish.

The Skewer Bar Verdict

Of course, friendship will always be stronger than our love for good grilled fish. We left The Skewer Bar feeling pleased and we’ll be back the next time we’re in the mood for some grilled goodness.



– Pocket friendly prices
– Attentive service staff

– Limited seating

Recommended Dishes: Grilled Snapper Fish with Chilli Sauce ($27)

Operating Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 6:30pm – 1:30am
Friday – Sunday: 6:30pm – 2:30am

Address: 489 Geylang Road, Singapore 389448

Singapore Geylang district | Seedy side of the city

Singapore surprise . .. the city-state is famous for many things, but pumping nightlife is not one of them. 

Without Sheena, I’d probably be at Raffles Hotel right now, slapping another $26 on the bar for an uninspiring Singapore sling. I’d probably then consider a few conservative dining options, tossing up between the German theme pub and the Hainanese chicken place, before drinking yet another bank-busting sling.

And then I’d go to bed.

But things have panned out a little differently. I’m about to eat frog porridge – chilli-fried legs in congee – washed down with a Tiger beer on ice. Then Sheena and I are off in search of the best clay-pot rice in the world. And later, if I’m feeling up to it, the two of us are going to walk past a couple of brothels.

A real surprise … Geylang, Singapore. Photo: Alamy

This doesn’t feel like Singapore. But Sheena, self-proclaimed “Queen of the Jungle” and unofficial tour guide for the night, is out to show me a thing or two about her city.

See, Singapore is famous for many things – safety, cleanliness, a really big airport – but edgy nightlife isn’t one of them. There might be plenty of fancy bars where you can spend a lot of money in the company of fellow expats, but it isn’t the kind of place you would expect to find a red-light district to rival Amsterdam’s.

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Yet here we are on a Friday night in the suburb of Geylang and the place is pumping. Traffic is at a standstill, a sea of taxis flash red “hired” lights, scooters zip in and out, and pedestrians cut jagged paths through the mess.

There’s barely room to walk on the pavement, with the shops’ wares spilling out, the plastic tables from restaurants and the sheer volume of people trying to get from one place to another in the muggy evening heat. Sheena doesn’t seem fazed, though.

“Just up here,” she assures me, motioning up the packed street that’s lined with karaoke joints and restaurants, footpath bars and cafes.

It seems fitting that Singapore’s seediest locale would have some ridiculously good food. There aren’t many red-light districts in the world that have more restaurants than sleazy clubs but these guys take their eating seriously.

It’s a good start to the tour, although Sheena is not an officially licensed Singaporean guide. She is officially Singaporean though, which is good enough for me. She’s also a complete stranger. And a queen of the jungle.

I met her through Twitter after sending out a plea for company a few days before turning up, hoping to be shown a different side of the city to the chewing gum-free pavements and airconditioned mega-malls. When a reply came from someone called “Sheena, Queen of the Jungle”, I figured this idea was going places (turns out she crowned herself queen in honour of a television show of the same name).

We arranged to meet on a Friday night in Geylang, where my new friend said she would shock me. Yeah, I thought, I bet Singapore will shock me. Maybe there’ll be a scrap of paper on the ground, or a beer on sale for less than $10.

But Geylang is a real surprise, and you need a local to appreciate it.

Without one, you would never find the best frog porridge in the world, at a place called Lion City, where they serve a thick rice soup studded with little legs. Sheena perches on a plastic stool and digs in, chewing the meat off the bones then dropping the scraps on the table. “This is how we do it here,” she shrugs.

Next stop is He Ping for the world’s best clay-pot rice. It’s another dodgy little pavement joint, down an alley I would have walked past a hundred times without exploring. We take a seat and Sheena laughs when half the other diners suddenly leap out of their chairs, yelling and running through the streets.

“They’re saying, ‘Scram!”‘ she says. “There must be a traffic policeman around here – everyone parks illegally, so they have to move their cars.”

Good local knowledge. Once our rice has been devoured we switch to fried tofu, before it’s finally time for the evening’s seedy main event. Running perpendicular to that packed main street in Geylang are small alleys called “lorongs”. The odd-numbered lorongs are usually full of restaurants, while even-numbered ones are reserved for establishments of ill repute.

“You can have a look,” Sheena says, stopping outside one of the many buildings with a red light out the front, “but they won’t want a girl to go in there, so I’ll stay outside.”

It seems rude to leave my host out on the pavement, so I decline. After all, I’ve already experienced something new in Singapore: a little sleaze, and no slings.

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40 Lorongs of Unlimited Food Options: A Dining Guide to Singapore’s Geylang

PUBLISHED March 13th, 2021 06:00 am | UPDATED March 17th, 2021 10:47 pm

If hawker food is a cornerstone of Singapore’s history, Geylang Road is its literal backbone. Weaving through alleys of strange foreign mini marts, countless durian stalls, and wanton mee richer than the district’s cultural diversity, Geylang is the OG pride and joy of the East. We scaled all 40 lorongs of Singapore’s sauciest district to satiate your hawker food cravings.

Jalan Sultan Prawn Mee

With over 70 years of history and a Michelin Guide recommendation, Jalan Sultan Prawn Mee is a must to visit. You can get your fix with regular and “King” sized prawns, with bowls starting at S$6 for regular prawn mee or S$5 for pork rib soup. For the best of both, we suggest splurging on a mouthwatering bowl of King Prawn Pork Ribs Noodle (S$8/$10), which includes tender pieces of both prawns and pork ribs.

Jalan Sultan Prawn Mee is located at 2 Jalan Ayer (Lorong 1 Geylang), Singapore 389141, p. +65 6748 2488. Open Wed-Mon 8am—3.30pm.

Sia Kee Duck Rice

The last year saw Sia Kee Duck Rice sprouting hip new offshoots at Tanjong Pagar and Bishan, but our hearts still lie with the 40-year-old institution on Geylang’s Lorong 35. You might have to wait a while, but it’s all worth it when your Mixed Duck Platter (S$18) arrives – heaped high with tender duck meat alongside fixings like eggs, fishcakes, tofu, and beansprouts, all glistening with sweet, fragrant braised duck gravy. The flavour-packed herbal soup is no afterthought too.

Sia Kee Duck Rice is located at 659-661 Geylang Lorong 35, Singapore 389589, p. +65 9757 5255. Open Sun-Fri 11.30am—6pm. Closed Sat. 

Banh Mi Thit

Run by a Singaporean and his Vietnamese wife, Banh Mi Thit takes pride in dishing up authentic renditions of the Vietnamese staple – down to the wallet-friendly price point. Baked fresh in-house daily, the baguettes here are fabulously crusty and well-stuffed with your choice of meats or egg. A crowd-favourite is the Beef Banh Mi (S$4.50), crammed with chunky beef slices and best had with a sprinkling of sliced chili. Meanwhile, the Pork Banh Mi (S$4.50) packs plenty of textures in each mouthful thanks to a mix of pork pâté, ham, and thin slices of pork belly.

Banh Mi Thit is located at 543 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389498, p. +65 6909 8340. Open Tues-Sun 10am–10pm. Closed Mon. 

Geylang Lor 9 Fresh Frog Porridge Singapore is located at 235 Geylang Rd, Lorong 9 Geylang, Singapore 389294, p. +65 8688 8839. Opens daily 12pm-4am.

Leong Kee (Klang) Bak Kut Teh

There’re two main kinds of bak kut teh in Singapore – and Leong Kee is the rare herbal needle in the peppery haystack. As opposed to the Teochew-style version filled with garlic and white pepper, Leong Kee’s Malaysian-style Bak Kut Teh (about S$20 for a 3-person portion), serves up a strong, rich, earthy soup. You can’t leave without also trying their cult-favourite Dry Bak Kut Teh (S$10) that comes with pork ribs in dark soya sauce and dried chilli.

Leong Kee (Klang) Bak Kut Teh is located at 251 Geylang Lorong 11, Singapore 389309, p.+ 65 9380 1718. Open daily 11am-1.30am.

The Orientalist House

‘Geylang’ and ‘omakase’ might seem to hail from far-flung ends of the gourmet universe, but they come together in one landed property at The Orientalist House. Helmed by F&B veteran Michel Lu, this private kitchen and tasting room showcases both gourmet experiences and pan-Asian craft expressions from The Orientalist Spirits. Their current 9-Course Private Dining Experience (S$138 per pax) is a three-hour omakase meal starring produce flown in from top Japanese vendors, while the Tasting Session of The Orientalist Spirits (S$60 per pax) guides you through the brand’s three unique spirits Origins Vodka made with organic longan honey, Gunpowder Gin, and Dragon Whisky 8YO.

The Orientalist House is located at 2 Lor 36 Geylang, Singapore 398137, p. +65 9061 9636. Open Tues-Sun 5pm–10.30pm by appointment only. Closed Sun & Mon. 

Mini Star (HK) Fermented Beancurd

If you love your stinky tofu, Mini Star is one of Singapore’s rare eateries specializing in the pungent, toothsome stuff. Their Fermented Beancurd (S$4 for two pieces) comes deep-fried to a crisp on the outside, encasing soft and piping-hot goodness on the inside; for something even punchier, they do a mean Mala Fermented Beancurd (S$6). Make it a feast with their wide array of Hong Kong street eats, including Fried Pig Intestines (S$4) and Hong Kong Curry Fishballs with Cuttlefish (S$8).

Mini Star (HK) Fermented Beancurd is located at 795 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389678, p. +65 6744 1353. Open Tues-Sun 12pm–12am. Closed Mon. 

L32 Handmade Noodles

While authentic Chinese food is everywhere here, the best ban mian on the stretch is, surprisingly, started up by two locals with nothing but a piping-hot love for noodles. Located in the L32 kopitiam just a ten-minute walk from Paya Lebar MRT station, all noodles here are made fresh daily, and the soups are stewed overnight for maximum broth intensity. You’ll be thankful for the immense selection of toppings as well, and the price isn’t much further from regular hawker ban mian, so you can get a bowl of regular Dry Pork Banmian (S$4.30) on the cheap.

L32 Handmade Noodles is located at 558 Geylang Road, Lorong 32, Singapore 389509. Open Tues-Sun 11.30am — 9.30pm.

Swee Guan Hokkien Mee

If you’re a fan of hokkien mee, then you’ll be familiar with Lorong 29’s famous stall. Queues snake through the tiny coffee shop on the daily, with hungry patrons lined up and ready for their own little parcel of oily heaven. Their secret? They still use charcoal fires to keep that signature char (wok hei), a hallmark of any good wok-fried noodle. One smokey plate of sin starts at S$6, but be forewarned if you’re trying to cut down on oily food – this bad boy is definitely not going to help your arteries.

Swee Guan Hokkien Mee is located 5 Lorong 29 Geylang, Singapore 388060. Opens Thurs-Tues 5pm—10pm.

The Skewer Bar

While not a hawker establishment, it’d be remiss of us not to mention this tucked-away yakitori gem. The Skewer Bar serves up greasy, carb-heavy, bar food favourites from Grilled Pork Collar (S$6.90) and Unagi Don (S$12. 90) to a range of freshly-grilled yakitori skewers – think classic Chicken Teriyaki (S$1.50) alongside more unconventional picks like Bacon Wrapped Lychee (S$2.60). And with a wide range of drinks from beers to soju to Japanese whiskies and sakes, you’re set for your next night out with friends.

The Skewer Bar is located at 2 Lorong 25 Geylang, Singapore 388287, p. +65 9642 0837. Open daily 5pm—12.30am.

Tanjong Rhu Pau & Confectionery

It might not be on the main stretch of Geylang Road, but Tanjong Rhu Pau & Confectionary is a must-have on this dining guide nevertheless. This old-school bun shop offers simple traditional Chinese confectionery that’s great to bring home for Mum and Dad. Besides a good selection of dim sum like siew mai and bite-sized char siew pau, their egg tarts are also to die for.

Tanjong Rhu Pau & Confectionery is located at 389 Guillemard Road, Singapore 399788, p. +65 6842 2112. Open daily 10am-8pm.

Hong Qin Fish and Duck Porridge

Hong Qin brings together the best of two traditional comfort broths, drawing in a stream of loyal patrons for both their sliced fish soup and duck porridge. The Sliced Fish Soup comes clean and light, swimming with consistently fresh slices of batang fish. Meanwhile, their Teochew-style Duck Porridge is a well-balanced flavour bomb of sweet, savoury, and herbal, packed with generous duck chunks. They’re known for their succulent Braised Pig Trotters too.

Hong Qin Fish and Duck Porridge is located at 134 Geylang East Ave 1, Singapore 380134, p. +65 9061 4988. Open daily 5.45am–3.30pm.

Tan Ser Seng Herbs

Part of Geylang’s charm is its pockets of old-world cuisines and lesser-known food. Back in the 50s, soft-shell turtle soup was a common sight in Singapore. Over time, a mix of reasons led to dwindling demand for this delicacy, but you can still find it at Tan Ter Seng Herbs. The shop is run by third generation owners, and hawks up a collection of double boiled soups and yam rice. The Claypot Turtle Soup (from S$24) is a potent herbal soup with succulent meat — a must-try heritage recipe.

Tan Ser Seng Herbs is located at 29A Lorong Bachok (off Geylang Lorong 21), Singapore 387791, p. +65 6748 3953. Open daily 11am—8.30pm.

JB Ah Meng

Moving closer to Aljunied MRT, Geylang’s popular zi char stall is now relocated to Lorong 30, bringing its bold Malaysian flavours with it. The stall is in constant chaos – in a good way. Popular as ever, it’s especially famous for its JB San Lou Meehoon (S$7/$11/$14), White Pepper Crab (around $50), and Deep Fried Fermented Bean Paste Pork Belly. In Geylang’s colourful district, being kotoh (or cheated) by seafood sellers isn’t unheard of, but JB Ah Meng has a pretty good reputation against that.

JB Ah Meng is located at 534 Geylang Road Lorong 30 Singapore 389490, p. +65 6741 2418. Open daily 5.30pm-2.30am.

Eminent Frog Porridge & Seafood

The second frog porridge on the strip worth mentioning, Eminent Frog Porridge clinched a Michelin Bib Gourmand for their S$8 frogs (or 4 for S$22). Sauces available include spring onion, garlic and white pepper, Chinese essence, and the most famous Gong Bao. Get your favourite with a piping hot bowl of porridge and throw in a few zi char items to round off the meal.

Eminent Frog Porridge is located at 323 Geylang Road (Lorong 19), Singapore 389359. Open daily 5pm-4am.

126 Dim Sum Wen Dao Shi

A dim sum inclusion is more than necessary for any Geylang guide. More colloquially known as 126, regulars know them for traditional Hong Kong comfort food, and they don’t disappoint on that front. From obscure oldies like Chicken Feet and Vinegar Pork Trotter to newer fusions like Seafood Tom Yam Siew Mai, 126 has for sure resisted the wave of gentrification washing over Geylang. And it doesn’t hurt that they’re open 24 hours every day, too.

126 Dim Sum Wen Dao Shi is located at 126 Sims Ave, Singapore 387449, p. +65 6746 4757. Open 24 hours daily.

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Geylang Supper Guide: There’s more to Singapore’s infamous red-light district than its sleazy reputation and should you bother to venture into the ever-bustling depths of Geylang’s many alleys—otherwise referred to as ‘lorong’—you’ll come to discover that the precinct is packed with amazing food.

From comforting claypot bak kut teh, dim sum eateries that offer more than a hundred dishes to choose from to soul-comforting frog porridge, here is a list of 13 supper spots in Geylang. Our personal favourites include #4, #7 and #13.

126 Dim Sum is an iconic supper spot in Singapore among locals. Admittedly, it is somehow overshadowed by the likes of Swee Choon Tim Sum Restaurant, but it still stands out for the fact that they’re always operating—24/7 round the clock.

Albeit expensive, the restaurant boasts an array of a hundred (if not more) varieties of dim sum with signatures such as the humble fried carrot cake, har gao and sweet and savoury bao, to other contemporary delights such as Crispy Cheese ‘Tarik’, Scallop Siew Mai and Deep-Fried Frog.

Address: 126 Sims Ave, Singapore 387449
Opening Hours: 24-Hrs
Contact: +65 6746 4757

Bali Nasi Lemak in Geylang serves a non-traditional, Chinese variant to the classic Malay dish. One that sees a massive spread of ingredients to choose from from the humble chicken wing, fried fish and otah to other, less traditional dishes such as the house-signature kicap manis fried chicken to golden crispy fried chicken, sambal petai and curry chicken.

The secret to their overwhelming popularity is their commitment to nailing the basics down perfectly—that is, their fragrant rice and piquant sambal.

Read our guide to late-night nasi lemak in Singapore.

Address: 2 Lor 15 Geylang, Singapore 388596
Opening Hours: 5.30PM – 4AM (Mon to Sat), Closed on Sundays
Contact: +65 6841 4102

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The folks at Eminent Frog Porridge sure know how to cook up tasty claypot frog leg. The porridge they serve it with is incredibly smooth and flavourful enough to stand up on its own.

The popular frog dishes to get include the one cooked with dried chilli and a sweet vinegar sauce (kung pao), if not the mainstream, ginger and spring onion variant. A testament to their quality, these folks even managed to bag the Michelin Bib Gourmand for 2 years running in 2018 and 2019.

Address: Geylang Lorong 19, 323 Geylang Road, Singapore
Opening Hours: 4PM – 4AM (Daily)
Contact: +65 9842 2941

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It’s not difficult to see why folks from all walks of life flock to this humble corner coffee shop for a taste of their famous Beef Kway Teow. In short, this saucy concoction tastes like pure heaven.

The kway teow is cooked over a roaring hot flame giving it a smoky ‘wok hei’ flavour and the sauce is a homogeneous mix of black bean paste and a special savoury sauce. The slices of beef are thick and tender beyond belief—seriously, they melt in your mouth! To supplement the dish, the eatery also boasts an extensive array of zi char delights.

Address: 237 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389296
Opening Hours: 12PM – 2.30AM (Tue to Sun), 4PM – 2.30AM (Mon)
Contact: +65 9388 0723

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Located right across the road from Lorong 9 Beef Hor Fun, Geylang Lorong 9 Fresh Frog Porridge is one we personally love. It’s not only because their frog porridge is mad delicious—which it is—but because located in the same coffee shop, they also run a stall selling delicious fried oyster omelette. Right across the street, you can also order a plate of tasty beef hor fun and have them deliver it your table from across the street.

Address: 235 Geylang Rd, Lor 9 Geylang, 389294
Opening Hours: 12PM – 4AM (Daily)
Contact: +65 8688 8839

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Serving up a wide array of Indian-Muslim delights from lip-smacking briyani to the humble roti prata, Imam Banana Leaf Restaurant is a great 24/7 supper spot in Geylang. They are best known for their briyani, which is light, fluffy, aromatic and comes in generous portions. That said, don’t expect stellar service from this busy eatery (especially during peak hours).

Address: 12 Lor 1 Geylang, Singapore 389120
Opening Hours: 24-Hrs
Contact: +65 6744 8644

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Famous for their unique style of Malaysian zi char, JB Ah Meng is hugely popular for their array of seafood options as well as their must-try, San Lou Bee Hoon, Garlic Chilli Lala and White Pepper Crab.

The restaurant is hugely popular among locals as well as some of the most famous chefs in the world, so don’t be surprised if you cross paths with some of the culinary world’s best.

Address: 534 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389490
Opening Hours: 5.30PM – 2AM (Daily)
Contact: +65 6741 2418

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Providing customers with high-quality, hand-picked durians from Malaysia, King Fruits Durian prides itself on keeping prices fairly low to accommodate a wide consumer pool. A great place to stop over for durian, their selection includes the gold standard, Mao Shan Wang as well as second tiered, D24, XO and many more. Would you consider durians dessert or a meal on its own? We’ll leave you to figure that out on your own.

Read our guide to late-night durian in Singapore.

Address: 639 Geylang Lorong 33, Singapore 389570
Opening Hours: 24-Hrs
Contact: +65 8533 0561

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Offering conventional mookata but with a cheese twist, Ladyboy Mookata in Geylang stands out for its impressive selection of ingredient offerings, customised cast iron dish that features a moat for cheese and its buffet-style method of dining.

For a standard price, you get unlimited drinks, ice cream as well as fresh ingredients which includes fresh seafood and premium cuts of meat. The draw is in their cheese, which comes in all sorts of flavours (and colours), melty and stringy allowing you to encase anything, be it meat or veggies, in a blanket of rich, creamy cheese.

Address: 644 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389574
Opening Hours: 6PM – 2AM (Mon to Fri), 5PM – 2AM (Sat), 6PM – 1AM (Sun)
Contact: +65 8138 3836

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What makes these folks special is that unlike many others which focus on the clear peppery variant, they adopt the Malaysian ‘Klang’ style, a Hokkien-inspired version that features the same components but in a rich, herbal broth.

Their bak kut teh is served in claypots which help to retain heat for longer periods of time. Besides the herbal pork broth, other dishes worth mentioning include their stewed pig trotters, pig intestines and beancurd skin—salted vegetables is a must as well but you probably already knew that.

Address: 251 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389309
Opening Hours: 11.30AM – 1.30AM (Daily)
Contact: +65 9380 1718

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Open round-the-clock, Mongkok Dim Sum is a haven for those in search of affordable comfort food in the dead of night. They have a pretty extensive range of dim sum delights but the standouts would include their Pan-Fried Carrot Cake and 3 Yolk Crab Porridge, a unique ensemble of crab meat, chopped century egg, chunks of regular egg, and speckles of salted egg yolk atop a velvety smooth congee.

Address: 214 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389274
Opening Hours: 24-Hrs
Contact: +65 8484 8829

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A yakitori paradise awaits at The Skewer Bar where diners can indulge in a wide selection of grilled-to-perfection skewers whilst sipping on an ice-cold craft beer—or perhaps something with a little more bite. Their yakitori options span meat, vegetables, seafood and even unagi, all of which undergo a thorough flavouring process using their house-made marinades and seasonings. Cooked over charcoal, the end result is more often than not, phenomenal.

Address: 2 Lor 25 Geylang, Singapore 388287
Opening Hours: 6PM – 1.30AM (Daily)
Contact: +65 9642 0837

For an authentic taste of Taiwan, head on down to Yong He Eating House. More than just a pitstop for tau huey, you’ll find that this humble corner coffee shop differs in that they serve a vast variety of Taiwanese snacks such as mee sua, lu rou fan, oyster omelette and even the savoury version of tau huey which sees a topping of minced pork and pickled vegetables, something that we don’t think you can find anywhere else in Singapore.

Another key aspect that makes them stand out is their you tiao. Quite literally, it’s one of the longest we’ve ever come across.

Address: 458 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389417
Opening Hours: 24-Hrs
Contact: +65 6745 5682

Read our guide to 24/7 supper spots in the east.

Unbelievable tours around the Geylang precinct

Historic architecture, cultural diversity, and cult-status eateries are just some of the lesser-known draws that Singapore’s bustling Geylang district has to offer.

Take a stroll through the meandering lanes and bustling back alleys of this unique enclave, and you’ll find a buzzing hub filled with colourful shophouses, mosques, temples, bars and more that put Geylang firmly on the must-visit tourist trail.

Sins & Salvation: A Geylang Food Walk

Tour operator: Betel Box Asia Pte Ltd

With a rich history steeped in multicultural migration, the Geylang of today is a melting pot of ethnicities and religions. Unlike the rest of the island, it remains largely untouched by urban redevelopment; if you’re looking for a slice of old-school authentic Singapore charm, you’ll likely find it here. And we say it’s high time to delve into this unique neighbourhood through a series of brilliant immersive local tours.

During the four-hour Betel Box’s Sins & Salvation: A Geylang Food Walk, a loquacious guide will not only shed light on the area’s diverse history, new migrant communities, religions and after-hours activities, but will also encourage you to eat your way around the district. Highlighting the juxtaposition that defines Geylang, you’ll find yourself passing massage parlours one moment, and beautiful temples the next.

For online bookings, find out more here or call +65 6247 7340.

Kampung Geylang Serai Uncovered

Tour operator: Betel Box Asia Pte Ltd

The Betel Box’s Kampung Geylang Serai Uncovered tour takes you straight to the heart of one of Singapore’s oldest Malay enclaves. Discover the past and present of the neighbourhood as you make your way from Geylang Serai Market & Food Centre to Joo Chiat Road.

Sample traditional street food while experiencing the culture, trades and crafts of Singapore’s Malay community.

Look out for the bird-singing corner, where elders with prized birds in cages compete to see which feathered friend is the most tuneful. Talk about going off the beaten path!

For online bookings, find out more here or call +65 6247 7340.

Beguiling Geylang

Tour operator: Wok ‘n’ Stroll

Also famed for its durian shops, a trip to Geylang wouldn’t be complete without a taste of the pungent king of fruit itself—an experience that Karni Tomer of Wok ‘n’ Stroll claims to be the “ultimate foodie courage test”. Try it for yourself during her Beguiling Geylang food tour through authentic hawker centres and illuminated night markets.

This three-hour night crawl will expose you to other local delicacies including dim sum (bite-sized portions of food served in steamer baskets or small plates), turtle soup, black herbal tea, and more. Brace yourself, and your tastebuds!

For online bookings, find out more here or call +65 8338 3571.

Geylang Adventures Trail

Tour operator: Geylang Adventures

Discover Geylang’s winding lorongs (lanes), rich history and complex modern communities with Geylang Adventures.

Helmed by fervent explorer and social change maker Cai Yinzhou, the Geylang Adventures trail will take visitors on an in-depth exploration of the neighbourhood. You’ll explore conservation shophouses, peruse Chinese cultural artefacts and marvel at the diverse places of worship that dot Geylang’s urban landscape.

This eye-opening experience will leave you with countless stories and deep insights into Geylang’s intertwining communities.

For online bookings, find out more here.

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    90,000 Exotic Red Light District in Geylang – Travel to Singapore

    Geylang differs from other areas of Singapore in that there are good quality hotels at reasonable prices. But don’t be fooled.

    It is important for many tourists to find an economy class hotel. It is equally important to do it competently and not get stuck in a big way in an unfamiliar city.

    Normal tourists rarely wander here, but there are plenty of dubious personalities of all kinds. Here, Chinese “kind” grandfathers, sitting right on the ground, sell Viagra, terrible Indians look out of the gateways, and in the Parkway Parade shopping center, Filipino girls wait their turn.

    Geylang is widely known as the “red light district”, where visiting fellows from any country will be welcomed literally on every corner.

    Small streets adjoining the main street perpendicularly are called lorong. It is on the even side of these very “lorongs” in houses with illuminated numbers on the facade that the very establishments are located. Near them walk, offering their services, very beautiful girls for every taste and ladyboys (transvestites).

    Intimate services in Singapore is a well-run business, therefore, according to the “experts”, it is always safe and exotic here. And a lot of competition makes services available to those who specifically travel for adventure to distant lands.

    How many people – so many opinions

    It’s a matter of taste, but some tourists seriously think that Geylang is a very distinctive area that you should definitely visit.

    1. Geylang is the best place in Singapore if you have little money but really want to eat and feed the kids. Countless outdoor cafes and stalls, many of which are open 24 hours a day, serve the very best in local cuisine.

    Try some standard favorites like Chilli Crab, Beef Kway Teow (rice noodles), fried pancake soy milk, or a few quirky dishes like Kway Chap (duck soup) or Frog Leg Porridge (frog’s feet porridge).

    Geylang comes alive at night, but you don’t have to participate in this celebration of life. There are 90,079 lots of nightclubs, bars and karaoke parlors, so finding a place that suits your mood shouldn’t be a problem. The great thing is that most of the bars and clubs are within walking distance of each other, making for a fun time.

    Geylang Serai Market

    There are many Malay, Arab and Indian products and goods here: spices, textiles and scarves, as well as fresh food and poultry.Snakes and turtle eggs are also on sale here. And if you get hungry again, head to the food court on the second floor to enjoy some of the tastiest and most inexpensive Malay and Indian dishes in the area.

    Best place to taste the “king” of fruits

    Geylang is a multicultural area, so it is not unusual that churches, mosques and temples coexist on the same street.

    Founded in 1935, Fu-hi-chan Monastery is a serene oasis with bonsai trees, melodious gong sounds and intricate Buddha statues.

    Next door is the 19th century Sri Sivan Hindu Temple, which was relocated to the Orchard Road area in 1983.

    Joo Chiat

    Not far from Geylang Road is Joo Chiat, the heart of the ancient city of Peranakan. This colorful neighborhood with shops dating back to the 1920s and 30s, with picturesque buildings adorned with intricate sculptural facades.

    Take a stroll down the historic side street and then be sure to drop by handicraft shops and sample Peranakan delicacies such as the famous Katong Laksa (spicy noodle soup).

    In a word – want exotic? You will find it here.


    90,000 Singapore Nightlife City Clubs & Bars

    It’s no secret that Singapore is famous not only for its numerous parks, museums, unique skyscrapers, hotels and inns. Yes, indeed it is. Among other things, here you can still enjoy the tastes of absolutely any cuisine, have fun in nightclubs, bars, watch show programs. With the onset of pitch darkness, all these charms become available to absolutely every true connoisseur of sophistication, charm and good mood.

    In order to enjoy all the delights of nightlife, you just need to have a group of friends and, of course, identify the most suitable places to stay. In case you think night is a dangerous time of day for entertainment, you can rest assured that Singapore is considered one of the safest countries in the world.The presence of this fact makes the country even more open, significant among tourists, loved by the local population.

    Many people who have had a chance to relax in Singapore note that the city becomes even livelier at night than during the daytime. It is at this moment that a rich vacation begins for most tourists and local youth.

    Where does nightlife begin?

    How does Singapore nightlife begin? Naturally, from the hike to Clarke Quay .Why is this the case? The answer lies on the surface! It is here that a huge number of entertainment complexes are located, such as: bars, restaurants, pubs, cozy cafes, etc. If you want to enjoy the silence, panoramic views or listen to live music, it is best to visit the open-air establishments located by the river.

    Along with Clarke Quay, City Hall, Orchard Road, and Sentosa Island also take pride of place. After all, there is also a large number of entertainment complexes, each of which has its own zest.In a word, you will discover the entertainment program that is right for you.

    Singapore’s finest nightclubs

    Want to visit one of the most famous nightclubs in Singapore? Then you should definitely give your preference to the club Zouk . Why is this the case and not otherwise? Because this place has a unique interior, a large area with as many as three dance halls.

    It should be noted that “Zuk” is a place where mostly golden youth rest.However, there is a hall designed for the older generation – the “Velvet Room”. It is also worth remembering that the club is open until 02:00 on Tuesdays, until 03:00 on Wednesdays and Thursdays, until 04:00 on Saturdays on Fridays, and on Sunday and Monday, the institution is not open. But there will definitely be enough work time to have fun and get an emotional charge. You can enjoy drinks in the bar from 18:00

    Zouk Club

    Attica & amp; Attica Too is very popular and preferred by both locals and travelers.It is located in the heart of Clarke Quay and differs from others by the presence of a two-story dance floor. On the first one you can dance to pop music, on the second – to house music.

    Thumper is a club created especially for those who appreciate and love rock music. Moreover, famous rock bands are constantly invited here, who are ready to please absolutely everyone with their talent and skill. The interior of the room will also delight you with its lightness and airiness. An equally important advantage of Thumper is the presence of an outdoor terrace, from which you can take a large number of unforgettable photos.

    Gotham Penthouse is the leader among the top five clubs. Its area is over 2500 sq. M. The entire territory is divided into several functional areas. There are even VIP rooms. Speaking about the interior, the following should be noted: the entire institution is dotted with hundreds of candles that create coziness and harmony.

    The Clinic is a truly heavenly place. The main characteristic of the latter is nothing more than skillfully designed rooms: white coats, operating tables, labyrinths, pills, rooms are made in the style of hospital premises everywhere.In a word, this place will surprise you and you will come here again and again, as hundreds of other visitors who love a non-standard setting do.

    Pay attention also to the Fashion club, where it’s a lot of fun at night!

    Fashion Club

    Nightlife bars and restaurants in Singapore

    If you are tired of the sheer bustle of nightclubs and you just want to relax, then you should definitely visit several night bars and restaurants. However, this does not mean that silence, peace and boredom will reign in the desired establishments! Indeed, in almost each of them you can listen to music, dance, drink cocktails, etc.d.

    Do you like thrills, flight altitude and drive? Then New Asia Bar is created especially for you. The main charm of the bar is that it is located in the largest hotel – on the 72nd floor. Many visitors note that looking out the window, it feels as if the bar is suspended in the air among millions of lights.

    Orchard Towers – has a special meaning in the entertainment life of young people. What is the reason for this? This is primarily due to the fact that life here is in full swing right up to late morning.A huge number of small and cozy clubs and restaurants are concentrated here.

    Orchard Towers

    The popular Insomnia bar, open until four o’clock in the morning, provides an opportunity to have fun for absolutely everyone who is hungry for a tasty meal and a variety of exclusive burning drinks. As a rule, the visitors of this establishment are travelers from Europe. Local residents prefer more noisy places.

    There are many other entertainment venues in Singapore such as The Living Room, Cuba Libre Café Bar, Brix and many others.If your money, time and desire allow you, then it is worth visiting these establishments.

    Curry Favor is a restaurant created especially for those who love sophistication, chic, high cost, as evidenced by the interior made of valuable species of trees. As for the menu, it is quite varied, but almost all of them are seasoned with Japanese spices, which give the culinary masterpiece aroma, sophistication, and originality.

    Casa Roma is a famous restaurant, the main specificity of which is Italian cuisine, Italian wines and desserts.Whole families come here quite often, because both the setting and the specifics of the dishes – everything contributes to this.

    The ethnic setting of Bali Thai is a mixture of Indonesian and Thai cultures. If you have never eaten papaya and mango salad, fish with Thai chili, bean curd with eggs, Tom Yum soup, then do not miss this opportunity, go to Bali Thai to meet your desires.

    Bar Spago Bar is located on the observation deck of the Sands SkyPark on the 57th floor of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel.Plush cushions and plush chairs – This bar has a casual colonial look. At the bar you can enjoy drinks until late at night, including 14 original cocktails, as well as 600 bottles of wine and a large selection of champagne. Entrance to the bar is allowed for persons over 12 years old.

    Spago Bar

    Some recommendations for lovers of nightlife

    If you went to Singapore to taste the sweetness of nightlife, then you should know a few simple truths so that your vacation is not ruined.For example, many in almost all nightclubs have a dress code. In short, flip flops and shorts are canceled . You also have to be prepared for the fact that alcohol and cigarettes sold in bars and clubs will cost much more (from 10 to 20 sing. Dollars).

    For those who want to save money (girls), they can visit any club in Singapore for free. However, this is only possible on Wednesdays.

    There are so-called happy hours in nightclubs in Singapore, when alcohol prices are significantly reduced.Actually, this is used by those who do not intend to overpay more than 50 percent of the cost.

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    90,000 Joo Chiat Old District – Singapore – Ours in the City – LiveJournal

    The road against which our street rests is considered one of the hottest places in Singapore.Like, there are night bars and prostitutes. But on the other hand, it is considered one of the most beautiful architectural places in Singapore.

    At the beginning of the 20th century, this land belonged to a family who grew nutmeg and pepper there, which were in great demand among Europeans. Then another family bought the land from them, which began to plant it with coconut palms. Carts with mules served as transport in that area, and there were no roads.

    The municipality needed to build a road for cars from Geylang (a neighboring area with an even more damaged reputation) to the sea, and therefore the state offered to sell the land to the owner.He wrote it as an inheritance to the state without any compensation. For such generosity, the road was named after him Joo Chiat Road.

    The more cars drove along this road, the more interest this building land was. So in the 1920s and 1930s, Peranakan shop houses, schools (Lee Kuan Yew studied in one of them), a huge Malay market that still exists today began to appear along the road and on its branches.

    In 1932, the road joined the city and the Joo Chiat area began to be considered not a settlement, but a full-fledged part of the city.It’s hard to think that Singapore was once so tiny, because it’s only 10 minutes by car from Joo Chiat to the city center.

    In 1993, the area was mothballed and now it is under state protection. These beautiful Chinese eclectic style dollhouses cannot be demolished or changed outside. The facades remain, but everything inside is being renovated: they build offices, apartments, modern design houses, and some still live in 85-year-old ruins.

    We walk every day along these streets, and have already ceased to notice the beauty around.And I really like to look into windows that have no curtains and open doors. There, usually Singaporeans sit on the floor, or lie on sofas in a T-shirt and shorts, and there is a terrible mess around. I don’t know why, but it’s a terrible mess. But there are also beautiful interiors – with paintings on the walls, interesting furniture and stairs.

    There are no tourists in our village: everyone goes to Chinatown or Little India. And if you want beautiful, interesting photos in the residential sector where ordinary people live, then I advise you to drop by us.

    This was my experiment with Instagram photos. Somehow they are not here at all as they are displayed there.

    Tell me my opinion 🙂

    6 “local markets” in Singapore – Unique Singapore

    Now we will do, in general, a terrible thing: we will hand over the very places where restaurant owners and chefs buy food , thrifty housewives and street food stall owners. And the point is not even that everything there is three times cheaper than in ordinary supermarkets, but that the products from such markets are much fresher and of higher quality.So if you yourself, or your assistant, cook at home, then catch our secret list, save it to your wall and bookmarks … You can share with your closest friends and relatives. Having previously taken from them a promise after reading the list to eat and not tell anyone about it :).

    Everyone knows the club chains of the FairPrice and Warehouse Club supermarkets, where, as a store card holder, you can purchase goods in bulk and 20% cheaper than in regular retail outlets. Moreover, there you can buy not only food, but also cosmetics, and even electronics.If you, for example, are still new to the city, keep them in mind, because money is never superfluous, especially in our time of crisis. And here is the promised list of markets:

    Pasir Panjang Wholesale Center

    Perhaps one of the most famous “secrets” of Singaporean housewives and hawkers. This huge market has existed since 1983, here you can buy fresh fruits and vegetables at wholesale prices, as well as dried fruits, nuts, spices, dry products with a long shelf life.More than one and a half thousand counters offer so much that it is easy to get confused at first. The market is open 24 hours, but the actual trading takes place here at night, between 12 and 6 in the morning.

    Address: 1 Wholesale Center, West Coast Highway, opposite Haw Par Villa.

    Allswell Marketing at Geylang Road

    This market supplies fresh seafood to big-name restaurants and hotels. Do not be surprised if you suddenly meet a famous chef among the wet counters.True, for this you also have to go here early – it is at this time that the freshest catch is sold.

    You can also buy frozen marine life here.

    Address: 670 Geylang Road, at the corner of Lorong 42 Geylang, tel: 6745-1123

    At Opening hours: 8.30 am – 7 pm, daily

    Vegetable Wholesale Market Toa Payo

    Favorite place for owners of restaurants and street food stalls.Trading here takes place at night, in the open air, from 11.30 pm until dawn. Here you can buy almost anything your heart desires, from Malaysian durian to Vietnamese radishes, everything is fresh, of high quality and at prices 20 percent lower than in the city’s “wet markets”. It is more profitable, of course, to buy large quantities of vegetables and fruits here. But you can wander here and not even “for the sake of self-interest”, but simply because you wanted something exotic.

    Address: Toa Payoh East, in front of the Pei Chun Public School.Market closed on Sundays

    Fassler Gourmet in Woodlands

    This is already for connoisseurs and amateurs. Here you can buy wholesale imported delicacies such as smoked salmon fillets and Japanese sea creeps. Here you can also order ready-made meals – shepherd’s fish pie, cooked lobster, various soups. It is better to order them in advance online at

    Normal market hours are from 8 am to 5 pm on weekdays, from 8 am to 1 pm on Saturdays, Sunday is a day off.On holidays, including Chinese New Year, the market has a special opening hours (and, by the way, there are big discounts here). It is also better to check it in advance on the market website.

    Address: Fassler Gourmet, 46 Woodlands Terrace

    Victoria Wholesale Center on Kallang Avenue

    This is the best place to go for Chinese goodies, especially around the Chinese New Year. Ginger, herbs, dried fish, mushrooms and shrimps, medicinal plants and traditional dishes can all be purchased here.

    Address: Victoria Wholesale Center, 101 Kallang Avenue.

    Far Ocean Singapore on Fishery Port Road in Jurong

    This shopping center has a large selection of premium quality seafood and meat and imported products from Australia, Japan, and the USA.

    Address: 15 Fishery Port Road, Jurong


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