3 Best Tourist Attractions in Chinatown

Expert recommended Top 3 Tourist Attractions in Chinatown, Singapore. All of our tourist attractions actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and price to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


48 Pagoda Street, Singapore 059207 DIRECTIONS

Since 2016

What our experts say?
Chinatown Heritage Centre is a gateway for all tourists to follow Singapore's early pioneers' footsteps and learn the personal stories of the people who made Chinatown their home. It is one of the places in Singapore that has recreated its shophouse tenants' original interiors in the 1950s. The restored shophouses display living spaces, furnishings and artefacts of early Chinatown settlers. Chinatown Heritage Centre gives you a rare glimpse of the lives of Chinatown's early residents. The colourful past of Chinatown comes alive within the walls of these three beautifully restored shops on Pagoda Street. It offers visitors an honest and showing glimpse of the lives of Chinatown's early citizens. You can explore the galleries at your leisure and experience Chinatown's attractions, sounds, and stories. Visitors can explore depth collection of personal stories from the Chinatown community.

Events, Artifacts, Places of Worship, Chinese Zodiac, Festival, Sample Local Delights and Explore Back Alleys, Furnishings, Wet Markets & Singapore River Cruise

SPrice: Children $14
Adult $14

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Mon-Sun: 9:30am - 6pm

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28 Kreta Ayer Road, Singapore 088995 DIRECTIONS

Since 2019

What our experts say?
Kreta Ayer Heritage Gallery showcases Kreta Ayer's and Chinatown's intangible forms of cultural heritage. You can explore Kreta Ayer's former residents' history by the objects, photographs, and personal effects. Kreta Ayer Heritage Gallery was organised in the five themes such as Chinese opera, nanyin music, Chinese puppetry, Chinese painting and calligraphy, and tea drinking. The gallery's main attraction is Cantonese opera, displaying the costumes, scores, stage objects, and other memorabilia such as autographed photos. You can trace the evolution of the genre of Chinese opera. There are some interactive exhibits such as the puppet show and the digital Chinese musical instruments.

Heritage Gallery, Collections, Artifacts, Exhibits, Historical things, Costumes, Stage Objects & Autographed photos


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Mon-Sun: 10am - 6pm

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