• Little India

    One of the most easily recognized parts of the city, this area east of the Singapore River and across from Chinatown... Read More
  • East Coast, Katong, and Joo Chiat

    The intersection of East Coast Road and Joo Chiat Road is the heart of Katong, a district steeped in the culture... Read More
  • Chinatown and Tiong Bahru

    Chinatowns are typically found in cities where the Chinese are a minority. In Singapore, however, where ethnic... Read More
  • CBD

    On weekdays the Central Business District is packed with professionals traveling to and from work. High-rise office... Read More
  • Clarke Quay, Robertson Quay, and Mohamed Sultan

    Set along the mouth of the Singapore River, Clarke Quay stands upstream from Boat Quay, which was a trading center... Read More
  • Kampong Glam

    The Kampong Glam neighborhood was once the home of Malay groups before British colonization began in the early... Read More
  • Orchard

    Orchard Road, Singapore’s bustling shopping drag, is a wide, one-way street flanked by tree-lined walkways. The... Read More
  • Holland Village, Dempsy Hill, and the Botanic Garden

    Holland Village is Singapore’s best-known expat district, with many terrace homes remaining from the British Army... Read More
  • Bras Basah and Bugis

    Bras Basah Road and the surrounding streets were marked out by Sir Stamford Raffles as the European portion of... Read More
  • Greater Singapore

    The residential districts outside the hustle and bustle of downtown city life are often referred to as the heartland... Read More
  • Sentosa Island

    Sentosa, which means "peace and tranquillity" in Malay, is far from tranquil these days. Located to the south of... Read More