Singapore Chinese Orchestra
Seng Wong Beo Temple
Tucked behind red gates next to the Tanjong Pagar MRT station, this temple, seldom visited by tourists, is dedicated to the Chinese City...
Siang Cho Keong Temple
Small, Taoist Siang Cho Keong Temple was built by the Hokkien community in 1867-69. Left of the temple entrance you’ll see a small...
Belly Dance Discovery
Master the Middle Eastern art of booty shaking. The $5 introductory classes are popular. Eight-lesson courses cost $175. Guys will have...
Time for a quick pitstop at Rafee’s Corner, a humble tea vendor inside Amoy Street Food Centre. If he’s in a good mood, the owner might...
Lobby Lounge at The Westin
The Westin's good-value seafood and Champagne high tea is divided into three 'courses', with bites like brioche lobster buns and...
Singapore Conference Hall, 7 Shenton Way · interesting places nearby
Singapore Chinese Orchestra information
Using traditional instruments such as the liuqin, ruan and sanxian, the SCO treats listeners to classical Chinese concerts throughout the year. Concerts are held in various venues around the city, with occasional collaborations showcasing jazz musicians.