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Singapore Tourism Board Approved
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Singapore Tourism Board Approved

Footsteps of the Samsui Woman (Chinatown) – Wednesday

From S$40.00

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9.30 am - The walk begins at Pagoda Street near the Chinatown Heritage Centre 10.00 am - Admire the Jamae Mosque, another well-known landmark of Chinatown - Discover on South Bridge Road the Sri Mariamman Temple, the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore 10.30 am - Then continue to Buddha Tooth Buddhist Temple from the Tang period 11.15 am - Go up on Ann Siang hill to discover the shophouses still hosting a few "Clan associations". - Visit Thian Hock Keng, Singapore's oldest Taoist temple erected in 1842 by Chinese immigrants.

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