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Joo Chiat/Katong Peranakan Shophouse 3. Joo Chiat area is named after Chew Joo Chiat, a wealthy Chinese landowner in the early 20th century. The area’s identity is especially shaped by its unique pre-war architecture – colourful two-storey shophouses and terrace houses with ornate facades, intricate motifs and ceramic tiles. One of the most frequented foodie destinations, Joo Chiat/Katong is also well-loved by many Singaporeans and expats where the culinary choices are endless.
Lone woman shopping
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.
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.
Joo Chiat/Katong Peranakan Shop House. Trishaw
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.
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.
Printed on maple white textured 250 gsm FSC certified paper, 185mm by 130mm closed, comes with a high-quality cream-colored envelop - no plastic inserts will be used for individual wrapping unless at retail outlets.
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.
Thian Hock Keng Chinese Temple. Simon enjoys painting dragons. The Thian Hock Keng Temple is one of the oldest Chinese temples in Singapore, built in 1840 by the Hokkiens who hailed from the Fuzhou province. The temple is a showcase of southern Chinese architectural styles and assembled without the use of a single nail, with elaborate carvings covering the walls and roofs. Thian Hock Keng Temple was originally located along the coastline before land reclamation took place, and was the first port of call for new immigrants entering Singapore, giving thanks to their deities for helping them make the trip safely. The main deity is Mazu, the Goddess of the Seas, but the temple also encompasses Taoism, Buddhism, Confucianism and ancestral worship.
Singapore Peranakan Shop House from Emerald Hill - by Jennifer Privett. Best seller.