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Best seller - Art Deco Shop House. An iconic heritage building in Chinatown -36 Keong Saik Road, home to a speakeasy cocktail bar, a burger joint, and a tropical rooftop bar - iconic Potato Head. A mecca for international and local eats and the coolest bars in town – it’s hard to imagine that Keong Saik Road in Singapore, was once a prominent red light district peppered with brothels back in the 60.

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China Town Shop House. Busy, noisy, filled with people, that’s the general consensus of the Chinatowns of the world. Singapore’s is no different, but ours (perhaps we’re biased) has a charming air about it that appeals to both tourists and locals. A typical shophouse front, bustling with day to day activities with the romantic lanterns that lends their Oriental charm.

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China Town during Chinese New Year. Temple Street- situated in the heart of Chinatown and runs parallel to Smith and Pagoda Street. It is probable that the road was named due to the presence of many temples in the vicinity and including that of the Sri Mariamman Temple - the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore. The multi cultural and religions co-existing harmoniously in Singapore is something we are proud of. 

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Black & White House in Singapore's Botanical Gardens. CORNER HOUSE, in which E J H Corner lived, was built in 1910 and is a fine example of the Black and White bungalows built to house officials and administrators during the Colonial era. In 2008, it became a protected conservation building.  Botanic Gardens was awarded the UNESCO World Heritage Site status, one of the best use of public places and frequented by many as the lungs of the city.

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Singapore Central Fire Station. The Central Fire Station, also known as the Hill Street Fire Station, is Singapore’s oldest surviving fire station. An austere building that once stood sentinel over the island's central district. At the time it was built, its watchtower was the tallest structure in Singapore, towering over the surrounding buildings in Hill Street and Beach Road.A fireman could cast his eye all the way to Clarke Quay from a vantage point of 33.5m above ground, 

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Raffles Hotel Singapore. Easily the most famous hotel in Singapore, no other establishment epitomizes the island’s colonial history better than Raffles Hotel Singapore. Established as a 10-room beachfront property in 1887 along Beach Road and named after the founder of Singapore, Stamford Raffles, it quickly gained a reputation for the highest service standards, attracting wealthy clientele. Arguably one of the most photographed locations in Singapore.

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Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) is one of Singapore’s most acclaimed national museums. The museum provides a deep insight into the diverse Asian cultures whose integration is the rich base for Singapore’s multi-ethnic society.

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Chinese Garden by Jurong Lake Park. A tranquil patch of imperial China in the west of Singapore is pleasant respite from the bustle of the city.

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Tan Tang Niah, Little India. THIS VIVIDLY COLORFUL HOUSE WAS constructed in 1900 by a local businessman named Tan Teng Niah. At the time, the neighborhood was an industrial zone (Tan’s candy and rubber factories were located nearby) and many of Singapore’s ethnic-Chinese businessmen lived in similar villas.

Amid Singapore’s rapid economic growth and social change during the 20th century, the neighborhood evolved into what is now known as Little India. Most of the old merchant houses were razed to make way for modern commercial buildings and sleek skyscrapers. However, the Tan Teng Niah house survived, and during the 1980s, it underwent a full restoration to what people see today. Believed to be the last such house in existence, it’s now preserved under landmark status from the National Heritage Board.

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