Newton Hawker Center

Last updated by jenifer f at 2014/5/10

Singapore features many hawker centers, which are also known as cooked food centers. These hawker centers are open types of places where many hawkers are gathered selling different kinds of cheap snacks. There is also a wide array of Malaysian, Indonesian, Indian, and Chinese food. Newton Hawker Center, with a long history itself, was built in 1971. It was established especially for the hawkers along Orchard Road. Newton Hawker Center is also one of the hawker centers strongly recommended by the Singaporean government. Here, visitors can have a taste of black pepper green crab, roasted seafood, oyster omelets, Fujian fried noodles, and much more. These foods are popular favorites and the prices are relatively low.

How to Get There: Take the subway and get off at Newtown Station 21. Or, take bus 54, 66, 67, 124, 143, 162, 162X, 167, 170, 171, 518, 700, 700A, or 960.

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