If you are looking for a new wardrobe or you are looking for new trends, you can go to Ann Siang Road and Club Street. These places earned its reputation as one of fashionistas’ hub. You will find hip stores, stylish designer boutiques, classy wine bars and Italian and French restaurants here. You will surely enjoy your visit along these streets.
So, what can you particularly find here?
Chinese Weekly Entertainment Club
Found at 76 Club Street, Chinese Weekly Entertainment Club was originally intended for elitist gentlemen. In its heyday, it hosted many elaborate social events and extravagant balls attended by influential businessmen and social figures.
Goh Loo Club
Found at 70-1 Club Street, this distinctive clubhouse adorned with metal grills that features basketball players. This centre or club served as a sanctuary for Chinese activists in the 1930s.
Ann Siang Hill Park
If you want to rest in quiet pavilions, Ann Siang Hill Park is the best. You can follow a path that starts in front of an Italian lamp showroom to the top of the hill.
Boutiques, restaurants and bars on Ann Siang Road
There are many designer items here. You can check out the Style: Nordic (Swedish designed fashion, furniture and household items ), Asylum (provides gift books, magazines, limited-edition perfumes, shoes, T-shirts, etc.) and Frontrow (provides Woods and Woods, A.P.C and Kim Jones) for a start.
If you are in the mood for visiting temples, you can go to two different places of worship on the same street-Thian Hock Keng Temple and the Al-Abrar Mosque. Thian Hock Keng Temple is one of the oldest and most beautiful temples in Singapore. What made it outstanding is the completion without a single nail. The temple is supported entirely by wood pillars and iron. The Al-Abrar Mosque has a simple and dignified architectural style.