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  • Yantra - YourSingapore.com
    Amis Li Bai Lor Mee The Lounge LP Tetsu Majestic Restaurant Makansutra Glutton s Bay Maxwell Road Hawker Centre Mezza9 Muthu s Curry My Humble House Nam Sing Hokkien Fried Mee Newton Food Centre Ng Ah Sio Pork Ribs Soup Eating House No Signboard Seafood Open Door Policy OSIA Bar Restaurant OSO Ristorante Pizzeria and Osteria Mozza Plum Village Restaurant Pontini Princess Terrace Prive PS Café Quentin s Eurasian Restaurant Rang Mahal Restaurant Andre Roast One Rochester Rong Chen Bak Kut Teh Rumah Makan Minang Sabar Menanti Restaurant Saint Pierre Seafood Paradise Si Chuan Dou Hua Sky on 57 StraitsKitchen Les Saveurs Tambuah Mas Tatsuya Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice Tippling Club The Banana Leaf Apolo The Cliff The Disgruntled Chef The Lighthouse The Moluccas Room The Prime Society The Rice Table The Song of India The White Rabbit Tong Heng Confectionary Trapizza True Blue Cuisine Tung Lok Classics TWG Tea Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant Waku Ghin Warung M Nasir Wild Rocket Yantra Yuan Chun Famous Lor Mee Famous Food Trails Dining Tweet Yantra Overview TripAdvisor Review A Mantra to Remember Gratify your senses and satisfy your discerning palate at Yantra which offers tantalising flavours and creative recipes Enjoy modern Indian cuisine in the comfort of its dark interiors sleek leather high back chairs and warm lighting Vegetarians can sit at the same table with their meat loving friends with its extensive menu of choices Choose from the heavenly raan e yantra or the marinated baby leg of lamb traditional dish chicken briyani or the phirnee rice pudding with rose saffron and thandai Whatever you choose these dishes are carefully and delicately executed for your pure enjoyment behind an open concept kitchen Separated only by a glass wall patrons will be able to see their mains being whipped up in

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  • Yuan Chun Famous Lor Mee - YourSingapore.com
    Imperial Treasure Cantonese Cuisine JAAN Restaurant Jing Joël Robuchon Fine Dining Jumbo Seafood Kew Garden Restaurant Kha Kim Choo s Kitchen KU DÉ TA Restaurant Kushigin Japanese Restaurant L Atelier de Joël Robuchon Lau Hong Ser Famous Rojak Lau Pa Sat Les Amis Li Bai Lor Mee The Lounge LP Tetsu Majestic Restaurant Makansutra Glutton s Bay Maxwell Road Hawker Centre Mezza9 Muthu s Curry My Humble House Nam Sing Hokkien Fried Mee Newton Food Centre Ng Ah Sio Pork Ribs Soup Eating House No Signboard Seafood Open Door Policy OSIA Bar Restaurant OSO Ristorante Pizzeria and Osteria Mozza Plum Village Restaurant Pontini Princess Terrace Prive PS Café Quentin s Eurasian Restaurant Rang Mahal Restaurant Andre Roast One Rochester Rong Chen Bak Kut Teh Rumah Makan Minang Sabar Menanti Restaurant Saint Pierre Seafood Paradise Si Chuan Dou Hua Sky on 57 StraitsKitchen Les Saveurs Tambuah Mas Tatsuya Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice Tippling Club The Banana Leaf Apolo The Cliff The Disgruntled Chef The Lighthouse The Moluccas Room The Prime Society The Rice Table The Song of India The White Rabbit Tong Heng Confectionary Trapizza True Blue Cuisine Tung Lok Classics TWG Tea Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant Waku Ghin Warung M Nasir Wild Rocket Yantra Yuan Chun Famous Lor Mee Famous Food Trails Dining Tweet Yuan Chun Famous Lor Mee Overview TripAdvisor Review For the Love of Lor Mee Yuan Chun Famous Lor Mee is truly deserving of its famous title judging from the number of people in line every day Filled with shredded fish sliced pork belly bean sprouts crunchy fried batter bits and crispy Ngo Hiang fried meat roll the Lor Mee here is chocked full of ingredients Vinegar and garlic must be added to the deliciously thick gravy to bring it to another level Cut red chilli

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  • Chinatown - YourSingapore.com
    Chinatown is Singapore s largest historic district nestled close to the bustling business hub When Raffles announced Singapore as a trading post in 1819 many Chinese flocked to Singapore and by the end of the 1860s the Chinese community had grown to encompass 65 of the population in Singapore Chinatown is now made up of exotic pre war shop houses home to merchants who have been hawking the same wares for years bales of fine silk traditional handicrafts and gold and jade jewellery Make a visit to the large Chinese emporium Yue Hwa conveniently located at the junction of Eu Tong Sen Street and Upper Cross Street It stocks a wide array of authentic Chinese products such as tea medicinal herbs foods household items antiques and traditional Chinese costumes such as the cheongsam The best time to visit Chinatown is during Chinese New Year when the Chinatown Food Market is abuzz with activity from lion dances to Chinese opera performances This much anticipated festival enlivens the market even more and is when you can find a dazzling array of stalls touting paper lanterns Chinese calligraphy opera masks contemporary fashion and festive food On most days these stalls begin spilling onto Pagoda Smith Trengganu and Sago Streets by late morning Many shopping centres can also be found in Chinatown Some of the more significant ones worth visiting include Chinatown Point People s Park Complex and the Chinatown Complex which was built in 1972 and replaced the death houses that used to line Sago Lane These malls not only sell a wide selection of Chinese products but also offer affordable electronic goods textiles and discounted cosmetics and clothes If you re keen on the latest trends in fashion don t miss Ann Siang Road and Club Street where you can explore chic

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  • Holland Village - YourSingapore.com
    Finds Fashion Hair Health Beauty Home Furnishing Music Souvenirs Special Interests Singapore Shopping Where to Shop What to Buy in Singapore Tweet Holland Village Escape the hustle and bustle Holland Village is a favourite haunt for the expatriate community in Singapore owing to the laidback charm it exudes It is the perfect place if you want to spend the entire day relaxing catching up with friends or simply listening to music For vacationers who don t have much time to explore every nook and cranny Holland Village is a microcosm of Singapore and provides an array of shopping and entertainment options that you can only find in Singapore a mere 10 minute taxi ride from Orchard Road Along Lorong Mambong you ll find an eclectic mix of live music joints ritzy restaurants and casual wine bars Among these establishments you ll also find traditional coffee houses where you can sip a cup of teh tarik pulled tea and watch the world go by a wet market selling fresh meat and fish and antique stores Photo enthusiasts also flock here during the day to develop film frame their best works and invest in the latest equipment Holland Road Shopping Centre is a treasure trove of ethnic inspired arts and crafts It houses Lim s Arts and Living a mammoth store that displays choice antiques and other wares such as Moroccan dinnerware bird cages African figures and shisha pipes Besides home decor items you may even find one or two stores selling vintage clothing Opposite Holland Road Shopping Centre you ll come to Chip Bee Gardens an area teeming with activity with its trendy Italian restaurants quirky fashion stores gourmet emporiums and art galleries Come down to the trendy Holland Village and experience a whole lot of style fused with a mix

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  • Kampong Glam - YourSingapore.com
    in vibrant colours line Bussorah Baghdad and Kandahar Streets and many of them are occupied by trendy design and IT firms restaurants caterers art galleries and craft and curios shops On Muscat Street you ll find one of the most important mosques in Singapore The Masjid Sultan Malay for Sultan Mosque was first built in 1826 The present mosque was re built and completed in 1928 and features carpet that was donated by a prince of Saudi Arabia Like most religious places of worship the Sultan Mosque has a conservative dress code If you are not dressed appropriately but would like to enter the mosque there are cloaks available free of charge After a visit to the historical Sultan Mosque step out to Bussorah Street which has been turned into a pedestrian thoroughfare During colonial times this was the heart of the Arab kampong and catered to the Muslim community s religious needs Nowadays you ll find an eclectic mix of old haberdasheries and new shops selling local wares such as versions of the famed Singapore Airlines kebaya dress decorative trinkets and accessories and books relating to Arabic and Muslim culture and religion From Bussorah Street continue your idyllic walk down Muscat Street before turning into Arab Street which was well known as a textile haven in the 1950s and 1960s You ll find bales of silk batik lace organza and other materials here where customisation and tailoring services are also available Bring home a ready made traditional or modern Malay costume or browse through the endless variety of traditional games such as the Congkak a game involving marbles and a wooden board carpets antiques and rattan handicrafts such as wicker baskets to spruce up your home Stroll to the end of Arab Street and you ll reach North Bridge

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  • Little India - YourSingapore.com
    Duty Free At Singapore Changi Airport Electronics Ethnic Finds Fashion Hair Health Beauty Home Furnishing Music Souvenirs Special Interests Singapore Shopping Where to Shop What to Buy in Singapore Tweet Little India The sounds of Little India Little India is a cacophony of car horns bicycle bells and the vibrant chatter of its residents This explosion of sights smells and sounds that you ll find in Tekka Market is only a short walk from Little India MRT Station Tekka as it s popularly known boasts a plethora of stalls selling Indian Malay and Chinese food that regularly draws crowds from all over Singapore There s also a wet market stocked with the freshest vegetables meat fish spices and flowers Stock up on souvenirs such as brass oil lamps and pots or buy a fresh garland of jasmine whose scent is signature aroma of Little India Amid the pungent fragrances of spices and blooms is Serangoon Road and its inner lanes like Campbell Lane Dunlop Street and Hindon Road Here look out for stalls selling Ayurvedic massage oils gold incense and fabrics in a variety of textures No trip to Little India is complete without an all night shopping spree at the 24 hour emporium Mustafa Centre located at the corner of Serangoon and Syed Alwi Roads Don t be fooled by its inconspicuous exterior because this giant department store is a veritable treasure trove of household knick knacks decorative items foods both packaged and fresh Indian spices a great range of apparel and textiles electronic items and other ubiquitous buys all at some of the lowest fixed prices in Singapore Get your gold jewellery spices electronics and more all at the bustling Little India Join the Little India Facebook community for the latest talk of the little town Shopping in

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  • Visit Orchard Road Singapore, The Iconic Shopping Location - YourSingapore.com
    street brands an art and exhibition gallery casual dining outlets and fine dining restaurants Fronting Orchard Road ION Orchard is where six top luxury brands have built signature flagships in duplex units Leading labels include names such as Ermenegildo Zegna Louis Vuitton and Dior For those who appreciate the designer things in life you ll be thrilled to know that ION Orchard is home to the largest Prada flagship store in the Asia Pacific Designed by architect Roberto Baciocchi it covers 1 200 sq m over two floors and offers the latest range of ready to wear bags accessories and footwear for women and men Directly linked to the Orchard MRT Station the four basement levels of ION Orchard are constantly teeming with shoppers from all walks of life A wide variety of high street brands such as Topshop Fred Perry and Armani Exchange attract crowds of students and nine to five workers ION Orchard is also where you ll find French beauty and cosmetics store Sephora the largest store in Asia Second in size only to the main store in France Sephora at ION Orchard includes an in store spa that offers a variety of facials body treatments waxing and nail care services Knightsbridge Within Park Hotel Group s five star hotel Grand Park Orchard stands Knightsbridge a four storey retail podium Its collection of flagship stores includes Malmaison by The Hour Glass a luxury emporium that houses Patek Philppe and Rolex Boutique Salons Pierre Corthay shoes a small selection of vintage Cartier objet d art and artisan Frederic Malle perfume amongst other items It is also the first watch retailer to provide specially appointed customer relations officers who act as concierge liaisons Knightsbridge is where you ll find wildly popular American label Abercrombie Fitch The 21 000 sq ft flagship store at Knightsbridge is the casual wear brand s second store in Asia after Tokyo To enhance your retail experience make an appointment for an exclusive Fashion Concierge service at the Topshop flagship store The service includes a dedicated shopping bag deposit counter shopping bag delivery service and personal shopper services H M Orchard Road On 3 September 2011 Swedish retail company H M opened their first store in Southeast Asia The 30 000 sq ft store spans three floors offering fashion for women men teenagers and children including accessories and footwear Seasonal collections are created by about 100 in house designers together with buyers and pattern makers With fashion items refreshed in the store daily it s likely that you ll find something new to buy every day Orchard Central Orchard Central distinguishes itself from other malls on Orchard Road with architectural and design forms Fronted by an exterior featuring a digital art membrane the mall offers cluster concept shopping by grouping complementary offerings together for shoppers Inside the mall you ll find the world s tallest indoor Via Ferrata climbing wall a large collection of public art installations by acclaimed international artists and a 24 7

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  • 313@somerset - YourSingapore.com
    Art Galleries Books Curios Knick Knacks Departmental Stores Duty Free At Singapore Changi Airport Electronics Ethnic Finds Fashion Hair Health Beauty Home Furnishing Music Souvenirs Special Interests Singapore Shopping Where to Shop What to Buy in Singapore Tweet 313 somerset Overview TripAdvisor Review One stop haven for shopaholics Fast becoming one of the most popular shopping destinations in the Orchard Road belt 313 somerset is situated right above the Somerset MRT station and boasts well known fashion brands as well as great dining options Spread over a sprawling eight storeys ladies will enjoy the trendy and varied designs available at Forever 21 s flagship store meeting the guys later at Cotton On to shop for basics or Zara for designs from contemporary European designers Upstairs you ll be spoilt for choice at Uniqlo with its fashionable clean cut lines and friendly service And if you re not into fashion the mall also has music and DVD retailer HMV for you to pick up the latest music CDs and movies When you need a break stop for a meal upstairs at Food Republic and select from a range of local favourites or head downstairs to Swiss eatery Marché to enjoy a superb selection of salads homemade pastas rostis rotisserie chicken traditional Swiss breads tarts and more With so many stores dining spots and cafes available here you ll need at least a full day to explore 313 somerset Essential Information Opening Hours Sunday Thursday 10am 10pm Friday Saturday 10am 11pm Website http www 313somerset com sg Highlights Where to Stay Accommodation Find and compare rates here From 5 star hotels to budget lodges Book now Where Address 313 Orchard Road Singapore 238895 65 6496 9313 65 6496 9301 313somerset lendlease com Enlarge map How to get there We recommend FILTERS Orchard

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