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Redhill is a town located in the Central Region of Singapore. The town is situated within the Central Area, the central business district of Singapore. It is bordered by Newton to the north, Novena to the south, Bukit Timah to

Tekka Centre is a dining landmark in the Little India neighbourhood, serving up large dishes of fresh food to visitors and locals just steps away from the Little India MRT station. Housed in a colourful warehouse, it has quickly become

If you're spending a day in Chinatown, stop by Chinatown Complex Food Center to get totally immersed in amazing dishes. Centrally located in the heart of Chinatown, this food court is the perfect place to get neighborhood traditional dishes with

Woodlands is a planning area in the north of Singapore. During the early colonial period, Woodlands was an agricultural area with plantation estates. It then became a major transport link between Singapore and Johor, and in the 1970s, the area

Little India, Singapore is a small enclave of Indian immigrants and their descendants who have made the city their home. The district is densely packed with spice shops and restaurants, many of which cater to the Indian community, as well

Singapore's city hall is a striking structure, designed by British architect Norman Foster. Situated in the heart of the business district, it dominates the skyline. The building has a sleek, aerodynamic design and incorporates green spaces into its layout. The

The Pek Kio Shopping and Food Centre neighborhood seems stuck in time. Even though it's south of Novena and Little India, it's only quieter than most. Pek Kio Market & Food Centre would seem to epitomize this nostalgic atmosphere. Many

Nothing is more perfect that a piece of crisp toast in the morning. The best bread toaster in Singapore can let you choose the browning levels so you can create your perfect toast. Some of the toaster oven also have

Sims Vista Marketplace and Food Centre that is located in 49 Sims Place and a few minutes walk from Aljunied MRT Station, has existed since I was a kid and has always seemed to be quite ordinary to me. This

Singapore's first hawker center was built in the 1970s along the downtown Jalan Bukit Merah neighborhood, and is known as ABC Brickworks Food Centre. They house many popular food stalls, but here's the top 10 best eats based on user