Interesting neighbourhood. Pre-war architecture, indie shops, cafes. Breakfast at the local Tiong Bahru Market. Must eat: Chee Kueh. Download a walking map.
Downstairs: wet market (veggies, fruits, meats, seafood etc) and great flower shops Upstairs: fantastic hawker center (small foodstalls) - fresh fruit/ juice, local delicacies (chicken rice, satay etc)
Eggs benny, French pastries and speciality coffees not doing it for you? Keep it local with a hearty meal at Tiong Bahru Market instead. This hawker institution is home to some of Singapore’s best local food, including chwee kueh, prawn noodles, roast meat and even a Michelin Bib Gourmand chicken…
An iconic neighbourhood now very much a hipster place with cafes and conservation houses. A less touristy spot but definitely worth a visit if you will like to experience a local flavour
Lively food court with Singaporean hawker stalls on second floor. First floor is a "wet market" selling produce, meat & fish. Visit this place in the morning for the best local experience!