Seemingly pulled from the pages of the Arabian Nights, Singapore's largest mosque is nothing short of enchanting, designed in the...
This is the traditional textile district, where you’ll find several caneware shops near the junction with Baghdad St.
Children Little Museum
This delightful personal collection of retro toys showcases how kids in Singapore once lived without games consoles. Can you imagine?...
Killer coffee, rotating art exhibitions and frequent after-hours events – spanning live music and dance, to themed cocktail soirees –...
Warong Nasi Pariaman
It mightn't be much to look at, but this corner nasi padang stall is the stuff of legend. Do not miss the belado (fried mackerel in a...
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Zam Zam information
These guys have been here since 1908 so they know what they're doing. Tenure hasn't bred complacency, though – the touts still try to herd customers in off the street while frenetic chefs inside whip up delicious murtabak, the restaurant's speciality savoury pancakes, filled with succulent mutton, chicken, beef, venison, or even sardine.
Servings are epic, so order a medium between two.