Charlie’s Peranakan Food
Katong Antique House
Part shop, part museum, the Katong Antique House is a labour of love for owner Peter Wee, a fourth-generation Baba Peranakan. A noted...
Church of the Holy Family
With its gracefully curving roof, stained glass and gleaming white edifice, this Catholic church displays an interesting mixture of...
Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple
Easily among the most beautiful Hindu temples in Singapore, Sri Senpaga Vinayagar's interior is adorned with wonderfully colourful...
Wedged in a nondescript concrete structure, Cider Pit is easy to miss. Don't. The watering hole offers an extensive range of ciders, and...
Chin Mee Chin Confectionery
A nostalgia trip for many older Singaporeans, old-style bakeries such as Chin Mee Chin are a dying breed, with their geometric floors,...
Charlie’s Peranakan Food information
When chef Charlie Tan retired over 10 years ago, people kept begging him to cook for them – so he went back into business! The essential Peranakan staple is ayam buah keluak – Charlie’s version is brilliant.