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Chinatown is a neighborhood of Singapore, the national capital of Singapore. From Chinatown, the center of Singapore is about 0.9 miles to the northeast.

Singapore possesses numerous world-class visitor attractions including the Universal Studios Singapore®, Haji Lane and the National Orchid Garden.

Conveniently located within a short distance of Nei Xue Tang is the Raffles Singapore and The Fullerton Bay Hotel, while The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore and Mandarin Oriental, Singapore are near the Seng Wong Beo Temple.

Chinatown features a wide range of establishments bound to suit budgets of all kinds. Those chasing more economical hotel options should check out the Hotel 81 Chinatown and 5footway.inn Project Chinatown 2.

For upmarket accommodation options in Chinatown, check out the latest deals at the New Majestic Hotel and Amara Singapore.

Accommodation options near Chinatown

If you're thinking of visiting Chinatown, you might also like to check out hotels in Duxton Hill. Duxton Hill is a neighborhood that's found 0.08 miles south of central Chinatown. Expedia's Outram hotels guide is another useful resource for finding hotels near Chinatown. Outram is also part of Singapore.

Expedia's mission is to make certain your experience in Chinatown is one you will remember for years to come. Our Singapore vacation travel guide and Singapore hotels page are great places to find out all about this city.

If you'd like to stay right by this attraction, the Orchard Parksuites and Grand Hyatt Singapore will suit you well. To keep transport costs down, consider The St. Regis Singapore and Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, a couple of nearby accommodation options.

If exploring the streets of Chinatown is starting to feel less like a vacation and more like work, drop by for a quick bite at The Pigeonhole. When something more filling is needed, try the recommended M Hotel Singapore for a satisfying lunch. End a full day at Hareloom, a fun venue where locals get together for a couple of drinks.