Hotels in geylang Area
Geylang Famous Beef Kway Teow
Fried Chinese, flat, rice noodles served with tender slices of beef in black bean sauce), whilst the one of your right has a stall selling frog’s leg porridge. If you intend to order something from both coffee shops, you can sit on either side of the road.
Rochor Beancurd & Famous Mian Jian Kueh
Geylang Lorong 17. Smooth, white curds made from soya beans are served in a bowl with syrup. It’s a popular dish for breakfast and as a dessert. Along Geylang Lorong 17 is a stall called “Famous Mian Jian Kueh” in a coffeeshop.
Old Airport Road Hawker Centre
One of the top hawker centres in Singapore, many of the cooks at the Old Airport Road Food Centre have been perfecting their dishes for over 20 years. Tuck into reasonably-priced chilli crab or barbecued prawns at and wash it all down with the refreshing soya bean drinks or fruit juices. There’s lots of room to sit so there’s rarely any of the hassle that comes with securing a table at other popular hawker centres.
G7 Sin Ma Live Seafood Restaurant
161/163 Geylang Road (Lorong 3) Claypot frog legs served with bubbling white porridge and a spicy thick kungpo sauce that smothers the succulent frogs. Frogs are kept live and freshly slaughtered every day to keep the meat tender. Other dishes of note include the hor fun (thick flat rice noodles) that’s stir fried with your choice of beef or venison slices, deep fried cereal prawns/crayfish.
Fruit Stalls around Sims Avenue
An entire stretch of roadside fruit stalls selling tropical fruits from durians to mangosteens. You can either pack it back to your hotel or eat on location where seats are available.
5 Stadium Walk. Offers a myriad of recreational and entertainment activities all under-one-roof, bring non-stop fun and excitement to its visitors.From bowling, ice-skating to catching the latest blockbuster movies, belting the latest pop songs at the Karaoke or playing at the Indoor Children’s Play Gym.
Mustafa Shopping Centre
145 Syed Alwi Rd. Mustafa may not be as fancy as some of Singapore’s other malls, but it has a great range of items, and good prices to match, everything, from clothes, perfume, souvenirs, electronics, makeup, confectionery and even food and groceries. Offering even travel, hotel reservation and visa assistance services, Mustafa Centre is a shopping experience unlike any other that shouldn’t be missed.
Above Bugis MRT. Part mall, part open-air shopping district, Bugis Junction is one of the few malls in Singapore that has sidewalk cafes and shophouses sitting alongside gleaming new retail palaces. Some of the shops you’ll find at Bugis include department store BHG, Topshop, Converse, Kinokuniya, Cotton On, and there’s also a Shaw cinema on the fourth floor.
City Square Mall
Located at the junction of Serangoon and Kitchener Roads, Having close proximity to Little India, one of the Top 5 must-see tourist spots, with direct connection to Farrer Park MRT station, it hopes to attract both local and tourist shoppers. City Square Mall is envisioned as a miniature ‘town-centre’ which provides the perfect setting for the community to meet, play and shop while acquiring an eco-learning experience.