7 HISTORIC AREA IN SINGAPORE AND THE MOSQUE AND FACILITIES Salah



Singapore is one of Indonesia's neighbors are often used as a tourism destination by tourists from Indonesia who want to travel abroad. Singapore offers many sights to be a magnet to attract tourists from different countries.

Did you know that in Singapore there is a tourist spot that has historically been important for the development of those countries?
Here we present information about the 7 historical tourist areas in Singapore.

When you visit the following tourist attractions, you will easily find a mosque and a prayer, making it easier for you, especially the Islamic religion to conduct worship during a tour in Singapore.

1. EAST COAST


Waterfront district was built in 1960 - early to accommodate the rapidly growing city. Famous for its gardens stretching up to 15 kilometers from the tip of Tanjong Katong Road in Katong to National Sailiing Centre in turn, is a pleasant area for cycling, roller-skating, skating in Xtreme Skate Park, to water sports, such as cable skiling and wind surfing. Just sit and relax here can be done in a number of cafes, bars and restaurants along the beach serving snacks and cocktails, but to sit in the shade of trees. When arriving after 17:00, stop for a seafood lunch at Chili Crab Singapore style, East Coast Seafood Center, which has a number of well-known outlets such as Jumbo Seafood, No Signboard Seafood and Long Beach Seafood

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GETTINGTHERE

Towards National Sailing Centre ride the MRT and alight at Tanah Merah Station. On Saturday and Sunday, there is a bus 401 from Bedok Bus Interchange, outside Bedok MRT heading East Coard Park. On Monday through Friday, take bus 197 from Bedok and stop along Marine Parade Road (ask the bus driver dismissal) and walk about 250 meters to the underpass that leads to the park.

WHERE TO STAY

Village Hotel Katong www.stayfareast.com

FACILITIES PRAYERS
Masjid Kampung Siglap (451 Marina Parade Road)


2. Geylang Serai


Geylang Serai is one area that is dominated Malays in Singapore since the mid-19th century when they had arrived to work in factories and farms. Here lies the Malay Village to buy ethnic crafts, traditional Malay costumes, and various other souvenirs, in addition to enjoying the Javanese and Malay cultural performances during Ramadan. Another point of interest here is the Market Geylang Serai Malay style and has been in operation since 1964. Singapore's busiest markets selling vegetables, fruits, fresh chicken meat, in addition to having a variety of hawker stalls serving Malay and Indian dishes Muslim best in this region.

GETTING THERE
Ten minutes' walk from Paya Lebar MRT Station or Eunos

WHERE TO STAY
Hotel 81 Tristar www.hotel81.com.sg

FACILITIES PRAYERS
Khadijah Mosque
(583 Geylang Road)

3. LARGE ROAD


In 1830 - an, this area is a swamp covered with betel nut, palm trees, and fruit - fruit, before being transformed into shops, factories and places of worship, like the Church of the Holy Trinity. Jalan Besar is also a pig slaughterhouse, precisely in Kampong Kapor. Areas which have now been conserved offers Art Deco and Baroque architecture of China, in addition to being a place to watch a football match at the Jalan Besar Stadium. Having tired of walking while photographing various buildings pretty si here, Jalan Besar has a place - a place fun to, hangout, like Chye Seng Huart Hardware for fans of coffee, and Windowsill Pies which serves a variety of pie at the café inspired by the jungle with the furniture in retro style.

GETTING TO THERE
Ten minutes' walk from Farrer Park MRT Station

WHERE TO STAY
PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road www.parkroyalhotels.com

FACILITIES PRAYERS
Masjid Abdul Gafoor (41 Dunkop Street)

4. SINGAPORE CIVIC DISTRICT


The first of a number of areas that developed in Singapore, Civic District beside the Singapore River was the center of British colonial rule chosen Sir Stamford Raflfles in 1822. That is why the majority of Singapore's historical relics stored in museums, memorials, and City Hall are located at ini.Sejumlah region also photogenic angle, thus offering the opportunity to take photos of interest, such as The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, a former post office and coupled with skyscrapers. Victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall connected with an ancient tower 54 meters high, as well as CHIJMES a beautiful abbey which has been restored into a commercial komlek consisting of galleries, boutiques, fine dinning restaurant, and bar.

GETTING THERE
MRT City Hall
WHERE TO STAY
Carlton Hotel Singapore www.carltonhotel.sg
FACILITIES PRAYERS
Burhani Masjid
(39 Hill Street)

5. Tanjong Pagar


The south side of Chinatown is a former gathering place for the dock workers before World War II. On - 1980s, this area was restored and has now become one of the destinations of culinary pride of Singapore, is where can be found a variety of dishes from various countries ranging from Russian dishes, molecular gastronomy Europe, to Asian cuisine at Maxwell Road Hawker Centre and the area litlle Korea (Todamgol, Marines Marines Nara, and Super Star K). There are also shops selling vintage toys, clothing, furniture, and books - bukudari various decades ago which can be used as souvenirs.

GETTING THERE

Tanjong Pagar MRT
WHERE TOP STAY
Klapsons, The Boutique Hotel www.klapsons.com

FACILITIES PRAYERS

Masjid Muhammad Haji Salleh
(37 Palmer Road)

6. Tiong Bahru


The first housing complex in Singapore which is located west of Chinatown has a unique blend of flats, buildings and shophouses Art Deco architecture that was built between the years 1930 - 1940's. Famous among foodies thanks to the presence of Tiong Bahru Market & Food Centre, Chwee kueh in Jian Bo Chwee Kueh, noodles with fish balls in Sharks Ji Fishball Noodles and Young Tau Foo, and vermicelli vegetarian Ru Yi Vegetarian already be reason enough to visit here , The new restaurant which instantly became a byword even more popping up like, Tiong Bahru Bakery, IKYU Japanese restaurants, and coffee shops 40 Hands.

GETTING THERE

Tiong Bahru MRT

WHERE TO STAY

Hotel Nostalgia wwww.hotelnostalgia.com.sg
FACILITIES PRAYERS
Jamiyah Masjid Ar Rabita
(60 Tiong Bahru Road)

7. DEMPSEY HILL


Building the former headquarters of the British military in the colonial era has now become one of the favorite spots to skip dinner in a cozy atmosphere and shop materials - gourmet ingredients. The restaurant serves a variety of ppasta, pizza, until Chili Crab popular. Besides eating visitors can buy clothes in the boutiques that accommodates the designers of Singapore and visit a row of galleries, interior ornament shop, and home furnishings. At the weekend, here also held a lively farmers market like in the country - a country of four seasons.

GETTING THERE
From Orchard MRT Station, exit Exit B and take the bus 7, 123 or 174 from the bus stop on Orchard Boulevard (opposite the station). The bus will arrive at the destination after seven stops.

When you visit seven sights on top do not forget to visit:

MARKET BELLA


Located at The Grandstand, Pasarbella is the first permanent farmers market in Singapore, which occupies an area of ​​30,000 square meters with more than 30 stalls offering fruit and vegetables, meat, milk, and cheese, seafood, wine and beer. There are also outlets for dining, such as Winchester Pies with various pie and his chart-. Patisserie Bonheur is famous for its macaron- and DA Paolo Gastronomia the candidate salad sandwich, pastry and pasta for a picnic. There is also Le Patio to snack crepes, Keith Crakling Roast to enjoy roast pork, Nana 's Kitchen to taste the culinary Sweden, Shiraz mezzah for Persian cuisine, as well as Mara Shabu hotpot to share with friends family Atua. Who likes cooking and managing households will also be spoiled here because Pasarbella offers a wide range of tableware and kitchenware unique in Lemon Zest, in addition to aromatherapy candles in To Be Calm and equipment drinking tea in the Shabby Chic. (200 Turf Club Road, operating hours: 09: 30 - 19:00, restaurant 10:00 to 22:00, access shuttle bus ride from the MRT Farre Road, Holland Village, and Botanic Gardens)

Thus the info that we serve,
have a nice trip !!
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