Isn’t it a nice idea to visit Chinatown during the Chinese New Year?
Let’s explore together and see what are the exciting things that you can do.
Join the Chinese New Year Countdown Party
- Date: 15 February 2018
- Time: 9.30pm – 12.30am
- Venue: New Bridge Road and Eu Tong Sen Street
The party will be filled with live performances and a rousing countdown celebration with MediaCorp artistes.
Entertain yourself with festive songs, skits to interactive games and a spectacular display of fireworks.
Taste Maxwell Road Hawker Centre
Food is an important way to understand a country and its culture. Maxwell Road Hawker Centre is one of the oldest and largest hawker centres in Singapore, with over a hundred stalls in an open-aired, covered hall filled with mouthwatering smells and buzzing with energy. Grab a cheap meal of laksa noodles or Hainanese chicken rice, or buy some affordable snacks like kaya toast and dim sum to experience Signapore’s street food culture.
Opening hours: 8am – 10pm (may vary by stall)
Address: 11 South Bridge, Singapore
Drink at Tea Chapter
Tea is an important aspect of Chinese culture, symbolising unity and harmony, as well as offering health benefits and giving a sense of tranquility.
You can taste different kinds of Chinese tea and exquisite traditional snacks.
Opening hours: 11am – 10:30pm (Sun – Thurs), 11am – 11pm (Fri – Sat, Public Holidays)
Address: 9 & 11 Neil Road, Singapore
Shopping for your loved ones at Chinatown Street Markets
The street markets are indisputably one of the biggest tourist attractions in Chinatown. It is a wonderful place to go for souvenir shopping, as you can buy literally everything there, from generic tourist t-shirts, to weird and pretty trinkets.
Or just take a walk through to feel the vibrant buzz of Chinatown filled with festive decorations.
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