Singapore's largest mosque is the golden-domed focal point of Kampong Glam. It was originally built in 1825 with the aid of a grant from...
This is the traditional textile district, where you’ll find several caneware shops near the junction with Baghdad St.
This small cafe, adorned with Chinese Opera memorabilia, is a pleasant-enough place to come for coffee (from $2.50) or a beer (from...
Pariaman Warong Nasi
Cars roll up for quick takeaways at lunchtime at this corner coffee shop, where you’ll smell the food before you see the crowd waiting...
Lonely Planet review
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 that are filled with mutton, chicken, beef and even venison.