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Joo Chiat/Katong

Singapore 427585, Singapore
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US$59.00*
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Evening Food and Cultural Tour of Joo Chiat
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Singapore Heritage Tour: Peranakan Museum, Spice Garden and Food Tasting
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Immerse yourself in Peranakan culture on your visit to Katong and Joo Chiat, and also enjoy its wealth of good food and cultural heritage.
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  • Very good53%
  • Average13%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible0%
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Singapore 427585, Singapore
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A very local area filled with bars, restaurants and cafes. Evening is filled with locals and expatriates chatting and hanging around. Morning is another quiet scene. You'll find hainanese chicken rice and black chilli crab, and kaya toast to eat. Katong Square and i12 Katong...More

Thank YarraRiver
Reviewed 14 May 2017 via mobile

Joo chiat area is a food haven....Where the locals go....and bit out from the tourist areas though Main hotels in the area are a grand mercury roxy and holiday inn express katong ....

1  Thank Julian F
Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

Joo Chiat is low key and laid back. This is where the locals shop and eat. Just walk along Joo Chiat road to appreciate the people who live and work here. I love the architecture, I love the spread of food. I love the local...More

2  Thank Jenise L
Reviewed 10 April 2017 via mobile

This place is different than others in Singapore. Very colourfull of peranakan building. Katong is not favorite amoung tourist caused is downtown in Eastcoast Singapore. But is worth to visited.

Thank Silviani Sri R
Reviewed 23 March 2017

If you are interested in local colour, shophouse heritage architecture, unusual shops and local delicacies (such as Peranakan kueh - sweets), spend a few hours exploring Joo Chiat Rd and neighbouring streets. Worth the trip if only to taste the exquisite curry puffs at the...More

2  Thank Anna R
Reviewed 24 December 2016 via mobile

Great place to walk around and enjoy the old with the new. Many local restaurants up and down Joo Chiat road. And day time has a VERY different atmosphere than a night.

Thank jackmandl
Reviewed 14 December 2016

This enclave is filled with colourful heritage shophouses and terrace houses with ornate facades. This Peranakan and Eurasian area has an amazing number of restaurants and traditional coffee-shops offering a range of cuisines.

Thank nellielim
Reviewed 25 November 2016

The Joo Chiat area is another well-preserved Peranakan district of Singapore where a multi-cultural mix of Malay, Chinese, Eurasians and expatriates reside. We strolled past many colourful heritage (pre-war architecture), two-storey shophouses, quaint stores, terraced homes and eateries with ornate facades, intricate motifs and colourful...More

Thank allspice502016
Reviewed 29 September 2016 via mobile

Can't miss the multi-coloured double-storey terrace houses with traditional Peranakan style at Koon Seng Road.I'm lucky to live this beautiful and charming area.Every time I pass by those shophouses.I feel like touching local history along with the sweetest fragrance of plumeria in the town.

Thank ines q
Reviewed 26 September 2016

Dined at this compact food hall with my local friend and his family last night (Sunday) and again for coffee this morning. It was busy with tables turning over regularly. The food hall is on the corner of Joo Chiat and Dunmoon Rds.- there are...More

1  Thank PAC6917
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Joo Chiat
The Joo Chiat area is the traditional home of
Peranakan culture in Singapore, an ethnic group
descending from the blending of Chinese and Malay
families in the 15th century. The neighbourhood is
packed with colourful shops, local characters, and
quiet charm. The main streets overflow with diners
enjoying katong laksa, the signature Peranakan spicy
noodle soup. Signs of youthful entrepreneurship are
...More
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