Thian Hock Keng Temple
Surprisingly, Chinatown’s oldest and most important Hokkien temple is often a haven of tranquillity. Built between 1839 and 1842, it’s a...
Incorporated in a row of shophouses, Al-Abrar Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Singapore.
Don't feel like sweating it up on the fairway? Head into the cool air-conditioned comfort for a virtual round on the world's top...
Jigger & Pony
Dark, slinky Jigger & Pony is well known for honouring classic, spirit-forward cocktails. All staffers are professional bartenders,...
The Flying Squirrel
This sneaky squirrel lurks down a laneway off Amoy St. Find it and your reward is fresh, delicious Japanese in a cool but cosy combo of...
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Annalakshmi Janatha information
This Indian eatery is an institution in more ways than one: first, because of the outstanding quality of the vegetarian food, served up buffet style; second, because it's a charity organisation staffed by volunteers. Eat your fill, then pay what you think it deserves at the cashier – S$5 to S$10 tends to be an appropriate amount.