It owes its name to Chia Ann Siang, a wealthy Chinese saw miller and most houses in the area were built before the beginning of the World War II.
Ann Siang Hill and Club Street- Cafe, Bar & Restaurant, Singapore
Today, it is a charming area with many unusual stores, like pastry and confectionery shops, retro toy stores, second hand clothes stores and many more. If you get hungry or thirsty, don’t worry – there are also plenty of bars, open-air restaurants and other places where you can eat local dishes and international cuisine from Italian, Japanese to American grills. If you want to head out on the town, this could be a great place for you since most of the bars here are open very late.
Old and new co-habitate in Ann Siang Hill so you will be able to browse through the many stores for some new or vintage items, books, souvenirs as well as the latest high tech appliances.
So come on down to Ann Siang Hill and Club Street during your next trip to Singapore.