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This road is popular amongst yuppies and hipsters, and sits in the heart of Chinatown at the top of Ann Siang Hill, which is named after the wealthy Malacca-born Hokkien Chinese saw miller. It is a historical area with plenty of converted shop houses that makes for a great neighbourhood for your Singapore stay.
Ann Siang Road is a cul-de-sac that forks out into Club Street and Ann Siang Hill to the north and meets Kadayanallur Street to the south. It is a very small street that is dotted with intimate restaurants that are popular amongst Singapore’s expatriates as well as visitors from all over the globe. Many of the buildings along this road are restored shop houses that were originally built between 1903 and 1941.
Address and contact: Ann Siang Road, Chinatown, tel: n/a
Opening times and fees: daily, 24 hours: foreigners: no fee to enter the roadWhere to stay
There is a wide selection of hotels near Ann Siang Road as its location is excellent for exploring Singapore’s entire city centre and for those visitors that need to be close to the Central Business District. There are also some great attractions in the area, including: Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Singapore City Gallery, Sri Mariamman Temple and Ann Siang Hill Park.
There are nearly 100 hotels to choose from on or near Ann Siang Road that are available in all classes. Many of these are located in renovated shop houses, while others are more modern properties. Regardless, they all provide visitors with a comfortable and convenient place to stay.
Most of the hotels near Ann Siang Road are two- and four-star properties that cater to all types of tourists who want to stay in this trendy area of the city-state. There are also a few excellent five-star hotels for those that want to splurge, as well as a very budget-friendly option. Chinatown is known for its lively nightlife, especially along Club Street, Ann Siang Hill, where a number of chic wine bars and clubs can be found. There are also plenty of restaurants to choose from, many of which serve traditional Chinese cuisine.