Bangunan Sultan Ibrahim
Chinese Heritage Museum
Well-laid-out exhibits chronicling the history of Chinese immigrants in this part of the Malay peninsula are the highlight of this...
This Chinese temple was established in 1870, primarily for the veneration of Yuan Tian Shang Di, the supreme lord of the dark heaven.
Sri Raja Mariamman Devasthanam
This beautiful Hindu temple, with ornate carvings and devotional artwork, and a tall, brightly painted gopuram (tower) entrance way, is...
Roost Juice Bar
A trendy back-alley bar with retro furniture and laidback staff, this is the coolest hangout in the colonial district. Beer is half the...
You can't go wrong with the yellow rice topped with a spicy chicken curry at this clean, open-air curry joint. The ginger tea is a...
Bukit Timbalan · interesting places nearby
Bangunan Sultan Ibrahim information
Sitting magnificently atop Bukit Timbalan, the imposing Bangunan Sultan Ibrahim is a mighty melange of colonial pomp, Islamic motifs and indigenous design. Completed in 1942, the city landmark was employed as a fortress by the Japanese as they prepared to attack Singapore. Plans to convert it into a museum are in the works, though opening hours are still sporadic.