Ann Siang / Club Street

Quirky shops, cafes and drinking holes makes Ann Siang Hill and Club Street a great weekend hangout for the younger crowd.

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Ann Siang and Club Street area is Clarke Quay’s cool, younger cousin—equally fun and always fully charged with an electrifying atmosphere after dark, a favourite with people in the know of the latest nightlife destinations.

One of the neighbourhood’s most distinct features is the rows of restored shophouses that line its streets. Here, you’ll find yourself at the crossroads of the old and new—the district’s rich history meets hip and trendy shopping and dining options.

Meander through the colourful shophouses of the enclave, past iconic landmarks such as the old well on Ann Siang Hill and historical places of worship such as Al-Abrar Mosque, which has been standing since the mid-1850s.

Ann Siang Road and Club Street are buzzing with energy come nightfall—the roads are closed to traffic on Friday and Saturday evenings, with crowds (and maybe even drinks) spilling out onto the streets. Check in to backpacker hotels or boutique hotels in the area after a long day of shopping, dining and exploring.


Ann Siang / Club Street

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