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Every Singaporean has experienced the two-week-long festivities of the Chinese New Year that end in the much-awaited Lantern Festival at the end of January. In Chinatown, thousands of lanterns are lit up into the night sky as an offering to the princess in the moon, a famous Chinese folk tale.
I forgot where is this place bcs it's been a long time. maybe this is chinatown bcs I saw a lot of chinese ppl eat and sell chinese food.
This place good to find comfort food and the price not expensive. 😆 not bcs the food cheap but the taste also good ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Fyi, u have to walked to the small street look like alley.
A little cash goes a long way in the bustling Street Market of Chinatown. Here, Lucky Cats wave to passersby while cute trinkets hang on display. You might want to purchase everything you like right then and there, but canvass the area first for the best prices.
Chinatown is more than a marketplace; it is a cultural center to a sizable part of Singapore’s population that emigrated from mainland China. Visit a Chinese medicine hall, stop for a sip at a tea house, and find an abundance of antiques and Chinese handicrafts—like calligraphy, lanterns, and silk.
Looking for the best SHOPPING ADVENTURE?? With lots of boba? Try shopping at Ximending Night Market, from their famous Taiwanese Milk Tea, lots of branded clothes & shoes, mouthwatering street foods and a lot more.