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A row of colourful shophouses at Koon Seng Road.

Closeup of the ornate details on a shophouse facade.

A barrack is an adaptation of Anglo-Malay bungalows.

Discover colourful shophouses in Singapore Shophouse Walks (left). Photographer and author Tatyana Kildisheva (right).

Walking Among Shophouses

A photo book takes readers around Joo Chiat and Katong to discover its colourful buildings.
Sep 20, 2019 5:50 AM

They have colourful and ornate facades, and are commonly found in Joo Chiat, Geylang, Chinatown and Little India. Shophouses have existed in Singapore for more than a century and are an integral part of our history.

Russian photographer Tatyana Kildisheva's fascination with Peranakan

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