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Exploring
Singapore

Places to stay

Warehouse Hotel

Warehouse Hotel

Places to eat

PS.Cafe at Harding Road

Bincho

Chopsuey at Dempsey Hill

The White Rabbit

Ang Mo Kio Central Hawker Center

Din Tai Fung

PS.Cafe at Harding Road

Magical cafe in one of the lushest areas of Singapore. Enjoy drinks, brunch, and some of the best coffee in town.

Bincho

Secret underground Japanese yakitori joint. Comes highly recommended by the @globalnewyorker team.

Chopsuey at Dempsey Hill

The White Rabbit

Gorgeous restaurant housed in the beautifully restored 1930s Ebenezer chapel. Amazing brunch menu and make sure to check out their whimsical gin & wine bar garden in the back called The Rabbit Hole.

Ang Mo Kio Central Hawker Center

The best Singapore multicultural food center sans the tourists at the Newton Circus.

Din Tai Fung

Soup dumpling and noodle heaven inside the Marina Bay Sands mall with a Michelin star to boast. Line is long, but dumplings are fresh. Wait and watch as the dumplings are made fresh in the atrium by the entrance

Places to drink

Manhattan Club

Bitters & Love

Employees Only

SuperTree by Indochine

Lantern

Manhattan Club

Bitters & Love

Hidden bar between Telok Ayer and Chinatown with delicious cocktails and intimate ambiance.

Employees Only

NYC classic in the busy Asian capital.

SuperTree by Indochine

Lantern

Beach clubs

Tanjong Beach Club in Sentosa

Tanjong Beach Club in Sentosa

Amazing beach club in Sentosa Island.

Places to go

Sentosa Island

Chinatown

Sri Mariamman Temple

Sentosa Island

Chinatown

One of the most magical Chinatowns worldwide - Singapore's Chinatown is a special place to visit and enjoy the intimate streets, Chinese desserts, spice shops, and Asian secrets.

Sri Mariamman Temple

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