Chinatown Heritage Centre
Delve into Chinatown's gritty, cacophonous backstory at the recently revamped Chinatown Heritage Centre. Occupying several levels of a...
Sri Mariamman Temple
Paradoxically in the middle of Chinatown, this is the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore, originally built in 1823, then rebuilt in 1843....
Small, funky Momma Kong's is run by two young brothers and a cousin obsessed with crab. While the compact menu features numerous...
Level 3, 20B Mosque St · interesting places nearby
Utterly Art information
Climb the stairs to this tiny, welcoming gallery for works by contemporary Singaporean, Filipino and, on occasion, Cambodian artists. While painting is the gallery's focus, exhibitions dabble in sculpture and ceramics on occasion, with artworks priced from around S$500 (depending on the exhibition). Opening times can be a little erratic, so always call ahead if making a special trip.