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Reopened in 2010, the new Geylang Serai Market has become brighter and cleaner, but the atmosphere of the old traditional market is still maintained. Either on weekday or weekend, it is always vibrant. Especially, middle-aged shoppers come here to do their daily shopping, plus flocks of young people come for good foods at weekends. The Geylang Sarai New Market is resonant of the old markets of the Malay. Located in the heart of the Malay community, the Geylang Sarai New Market is famous for the fantastic array of Malay and Indian cuisines sold at the food stalls.
The market was recently renovated and now bears a striking resemblance to the traditional Malay kampong houses. Two of the more famous food stalls in the Geylang Sarai New Market are Hajjah Mona Nasi Padang and Geylang Briyani Hal. A foodie’s delight, the Geylang Sarai New Market has two levels. On the ground floor, you can shop for fishes and spices. The upper floor has a food centre where you can enjoy various Malay and Indian cuisines.
A market in a traditional Malay kampong house: Situated in the heart of the Singapore Malay community, Geylang Serai Market plays the focal role of a hub celebrating Malay culture in its way. After renovation, this market is dressed in a cultural suit - a traditional Malay kampong house. Together with Malay spices and foods offered there, the building’s pattern and structure say the celebrating word.
You may take the MRT to Eunos MRT (EW7). The Geylang Sarai New Market is about 8 mins walk from Exit B of the station.
You may take bus number 2, 7, 13, 21, 24, 26, 28, 30, 51, 67, 154, 155 and NR7 and stop at bus stop B82049. The Geylang Sarai New Market is about 1-minute walk from the bus stop.
Geylang contains a vast array of Singaporean delicacies, such as unique local Wonton noodle dishes, secreted away among the side streets. Mainly a Malay Chinese area and featuring classic architecture, there is also a lovely mosque and an agreeable Indian presence. Mid-range and dependable accommodation is the order of the day here – you will have no trouble finding clean and good lodgings. An area abundant with old shophouses dating back to the early 1900s, it is a rare corner of Singapore which is scheduled for redevelopment. The area also hosts several famed local eateries. Also lined with interesting shophouse, neighbouring Joo Chiat is a great place to explore because of its fascinating history.
One of the top hawker centres in Singapore, many of the cooks at the Old Airport Road Food Centre have been perfecting their dishes for over 20 years. Tuck into reasonably-priced chilli crab or barbecued prawns at and wash it all down with the refreshing soya bean drinks or fruit juices. There’s lots of room to sit so there’s rarely any of the hassles that come with securing a table at other popular hawker centres.
Located within the Departure Transit Lounge of Singapore Changi Airport, the Ambassador Transit Hotels are equipped with a host of facilities that provide passengers with everything they need to have a comfortable stay. No hassle of Clearing Immigrations & Customs or exit Departure Transit Lounge. The convenience of resting and relaxing in between flights with minimum time wasted.
The Malacca Hotel is a 29 room modern budget class hotel located along Still Road, within East Coast Zone. All our rooms are fully carpeted and tastefully furnished with a ‘Homely Feel’ concept. The Hotel is easily accessible from all parts of Singapore via MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) network and the expressway. The nearby Eunos (EW7) station is merely seven minutes walking distance. 10 to 20 minutes travel time via the expressway will bring you to Singapore Changi International Airport, Central Business District, Singapore Convention & Exhibition Center, Singapore Expo, HarbourFront Centre, Paya Lebar Central and Orchard Road Shopping belt. Malacca Hotel satisfies the needs of budget business and leisure travellers on holiday with their family. Accommodation options include Standard, Deluxe and Family Deluxe rooms.
Four Chain View Hotel is strategically located at Geylang Road Lorong 30. Geylang is located in the heart of the city, providing an exciting day and nightlife activities and delicious local cuisine 24 hours around the clock. The hotel is easily accessible by public transport, being just 20 minutes drive from Singapore Changi Airport. It is also just five minutes walk from Paya Lebar MRT Station. Four Chain View Hotel is a four storey building comprises a total of 49 rooms. Be sure to immerse in a refreshing and cosy ambience, making your stay a happy and memorable one at Four Chain View Hotel.