Lee Rubber Building
Sri Mahamariamman Temple
Looking grand after the completion of its once-every-12-years repaint and repair in 2010, this venerable Hindu shrine – the oldest in...
Travellers gather in droves at this pumping bar in the thick of Chinatown, which has outdoor seats if you’d like to catch the passing...
Peter Hoe Beyond
You may find the affable Mr Hoe himself serving at this supremely relaxing cafe, where you can tuck into a great lunch of delicious...
Lonely Planet review
Similar in atmosphere to the Sze Ya Temple is the 1886 Guandi Temple. The main hall is hung with fragrant coils of spiral incense, paper clothes and money that are burned to bring good fortune to the ancestors. The temple is dedicated to Kwan Ti, a historical Chinese general revered by Taoists as the god of war. It is also known as Kwong Siew Free School after the clan association who originally built it.