Church of the Holy Family
Katong Antique House
Part shop, part museum, the Katong Antique House is a labour of love for owner Peter Wee. A lifelong resident of the area, Peter...
It sells traditional kebayas (Nonya-style blouses with decorative lace) and beaded shoes, and run beading classes. Don’t forget to buy...
Kim Choo’s Kitchen
You can catch demonstrations of how to make bak chang (rice dumplings). It sells traditional kebayas (Nonya-style blouses with...
Fatboy's the Burger Bar
We won't blame you for rolling out feeling like a fat boy, because the massive burgers here threaten to steal the show from the beer....
Charlie’s Peranakan Food
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...
Lonely Planet review
With its gracefully curving roof, stained glass and gleaming white edifice, this Catholic church displays an interesting mixture of Western and Asian architecture. Though not the original building (the original chapel on this spot was built in 1923, and the origins of the congregation go back further), the edifice is worth a look. Keep an eye out for the unusual stained-glass window featuring the image of a 16-pointed star over the altar.