Kampong Glam

Loves: A cup of robust “Teh Tarik” (which literally means tea which is pulled: hot milk tea gets pulled up and down between two big cups to create a frothy and well mixed milk tea at the right temperature). Try the “No Name” stall at 21 Baghdad Street, 199660.

Our Advice: Try spotting the many road names like Bussorah and Muscat Street that are named after Muslim cities and capitals!

The glam in Kampong Glam comes from one of the trendiest lifestyle destinations that Singapore has to offer. The conservation area buzzes with a seductive charm that attracts locals and tourists alike. You will find a delightful assortment of history, culture, cuisine, architecture, and shopping. 

Kampong Glam presents an eclectic mix of activities and leisure. You can take a spiritual break at the majestic Sultan Mosque, shop for exotic silks and other dress materials on Arab Street, gain an understanding of Malay culture at the iconic Malay Heritage centre, or you could simply walk down Haji Lane and indulge in some delectable treats at the hip bars and cafes.   

Address: Kampong Glam (area bound by Ophir Road, Victoria Street, Jalan Sultan and Beach Road)
District: Rochor, Central 
- Alight at Bugis MRT Station (EW12 / DT14) and take Exit B
- Walk along Victoria Street until you see Arab Street

Estimated walking distance: 300m

Operating Hours: All day
Recommended Duration: 3 hours
Fees: Free

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