Explore the heritage district of Kampong Glam
Hotel Clover 33 Jalan Sultan’s location is perfect for exploring Kampong Glam attractions. Once a small fishing village, Kampong Glam is now one of the trendiest districts in Singapore with an eclectic mix of history and culture. Admire the magnificent Masjid Sultan Mosque which was built in 1824, shop for authentic Persian carpets, pop into one of the many hip cafes for a coffee, or dance the night away at one of the trendy nightspots.
within 5km from Hotel Clover 33 Jalan Sultan
Arab Street/ Haji Lane
The Arab Street area, including Bussorah Street, Haji Lane and Bali Lane, is unapologetically trendy. The colourful shophouses in Singapore’s historic Muslim quarter are decorated with Instagram-worthy street art, and filled with an eclectic mix of indie boutiques, textile shops, hip coffee joints, authentic Middle Eastern restaurants, and much more.
Address: Arab Street
Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple
One of the oldest Buddhist temples in Singapore, the Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple is a place of worship for devotees of Guan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy. Built in 1884, its ornate facade and sloping red roof is a fine example of traditional Chinese temple architecture and craftsmanship. It is a popular place of worship, where people go to pray for good fortune and blessings.
Address: 178 Waterloo Street
Originally built by the first sultan of Singapore, Sultan Hussein Shah, this magnificent mosque was re- built in 1920s after the old mosque fell into a state of disrepair. This iconic landmark of Kampong Glam features intricate carvings and majestic golden domes. Today, it is still a major place of worship and a centre for Islamic learning.
Address: 3 Muscat Street
The delightful shopping streets at Bugis Junction are flanked by historic shophouses, lending it a charming old town atmosphere. Shop from local and international fashion labels, enjoy a coffee at a sidewalk cafe, or explore an array of trinkets at the pushcarts. You’ll also find a cinema, a supermarket and an excellent food court at this popular shopping destination.
Address: 200 Victoria Street
Bargain hunters will enjoy searching for the best deals in town at this local market. There are over 600 stores of all shapes and sizes, selling everything you can think of – souvenirs, clothes, accessories, gadgets, and everything in between. Don’t forget to bring some cash, as not all stores will accept card payments!
Address: 3 New Bugis Street
Other attractions in Singapore
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Gardens by the Bay
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National Museum of Singapore
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