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Craving authentic Korean fare without having to fly to Seoul? In the heart of the Central Business District just South of Chinatown lies Tanjong Pagar, also unofficially known as Little Korea. Boasting various Korean restaurants and minimarts, this vibrant area is a haven for foodies.
It’s an undeniable fact that eating is Singapore’s national pastime— whether it’s waiting over two hours for the grand reopening of A&W at Jewel Changi, or having food delivery apps on your phone for handy takeaways.
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The vibrant district that is Chinatown encompasses neighbourhoods including Tanjong Pagar, Bukit Pasoh, Kreta Ayer and Telok Ayer. Home to many hidden gems and local haunts, this area promises a memorable gastronomic experience no matter what time of the day you visit!
Making plans to eat out? Whether you’re in need of some fresh air and a dose of sunlight or you’re just looking to have a chill time surrounded by picturesque scenery and people watching, here are 14 places for alfresco dining in Singapore.
This fun read will not only widen your circle of options when it comes to burger cravings but will also let you in on the best Halal burgers Singapore can offer you. Check out our curated list of 10 highly recommended spots serving up mouthwatering burgers that also cater to our Muslim friends!
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