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Tanjong Pagar Shophouse - Print
8R 10R A4 A3
    $35.00
    8R 10R A4 A3

      Tanjong Pagar Shophouse. Tanjong Pagar is a multicultural area with international dining and diverse night life options. Craig Road and Duxton Hill have a mix of bars and global restaurants, while Maxwell Road Food Centre is known for street food such as noodles and chicken rice. “Little Korea”, at the northern end of Tanjong Pagar Road, has casual eateries and specialist grocery stores. Nearby, Everton Park is known for its hip cafes.

      Printed on maple white textured 250 gsm FSC ceritifed paper, 185mm by 130mm closed, comes with a high quality cream coloured envelop - no plastic inserts will be used for individual wrapping unless at retail outlets.


       

      $6.90

      Kim Joo Guan Shop House at Southbridge Road. It is along the same row of shophouses as Eu Yan Sang, opposite the indian temple at Temple Street. 

      Printed on maple white textured 250 gsm FSC certified paper, 185mm by 130mm closed, comes with a high quality cream coloured envelop - no plastic inserts will be used for individual wrapping unless at retail outlets.


      $6.90

      Conservation Corner Shop House, China Town 

      Printed on maple white textured 250 gsm FSC certified paper, 185mm by 130mm closed, comes with a high quality cream coloured envelop - no plastic inserts will be used for individual wrapping unless at retail outlets.


      $6.90

      Chiew Kee Noodle House - China Town.

      Printed on maple white textured 250 gsm FSC certified paper, 185mm by 130mm closed, comes with a high quality cream coloured envelop - no plastic inserts will be used for individual wrapping unless at retail outlets.


      $6.90

      Chien Kee Noodle House at Upper Cross Street is in a busy road in Chinatown. Originally built in 1920s, these shophouses were originally inhibited by the Peranakans. Chien Kee Noodle House is famed for its soya sauce chicken,

      Printed on maple white textured 250 gsm FSC certified paper, 185mm by 130mm closed, comes with a high quality cream coloured envelope - no plastic inserts will be used for individual wrapping unless at retail outlets.


      $6.90

      Upper Cross St. Shophouse, Chinatown 

      Printed on maple white textured 250 gsm FSC certified paper, 185mm by 130mm closed, comes with a high quality cream coloured envelop - no plastic inserts will be used for individual wrapping unless at retail outlets.


      $6.90

      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.

      Printed on maple white textured 250 gsm FSC certified paper, 185mm by 130mm closed, comes with a high quality cream coloured envelop - no plastic inserts will be used for individual wrapping unless at retail outlets.


      $6.90

      Corner Shop House on Love Lane, George Town, Penang.

      Printed on maple white textured 250 gsm FSC certified paper, 185mm by 130mm closed, comes with a high quality cream coloured envelop - no plastic inserts will be used for individual wrapping unless at retail outlets.


      $6.90

      Koon Seng Road Shophouse. Arguably the most photographed shophouse street of Singapore. Originally built in the 1920s, these pastel-coloured structures were once inhabited by Peranakan Chinese, which can be seen in the intricate detailing, motifs and tiles adorning each home.

      Known to feature some of Singapore’s prettiest houses, this street has attracted an international audience, and you may get the chance to rub shoulders with other photographers and tourists alike while you’re there.

      Printed on maple white textured 250 gsm FSC certified paper, 185mm by 130mm closed, comes with a high quality cream coloured envelop - no plastic inserts will be used for individual wrapping unless at retail outlets.

       

       

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