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A mural of Telok Ayer Street in the past by artist Yip Yew Chong.

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Tour Thian Hock Keng Temple to learn about its history and significance.

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A puppet-making workshop.

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(Left) Photo exhibition, Coastline, documents Singaporeans and their hobbies along the coastlines around the island. (Right) #YellowHelmetChallenge, a campaign to foster friendships between Singaporeans and migrant workers.

Streets of Old Singapore

Our Telok Ayer Stories takes visitors back to one of Singapore's heritage districts.
Mar 29, 2019 5:50 AM

TELOK AYER AND Amoy Street are now synonymous with happening bars and restaurants such as Employees Only, Park Bench Deli and Bochinche. But back in the day, Telok Ayer Street was where Chinese immigrants who came to Singapore by boat landed. It was also the site of Singapore’s first major

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