The Danrong Bagg Reserve is located on Danrong Bagg Road. When you come to the newly completed reserved area, you can find many things belonging to China, such as pharmacists, tea shops, wooden shoemakers, calligraphers, etc. About 200 stores have been renovated and renovated. Walking in the spacious streets, bright colors, ancient but unique colored bricks, all make these rather historical buildings, old and shining with a layer of new ideas. In addition to the dazzling stores, there are also restaurants serving various delicacies, from Indian, Cantonese and Italian cuisine, which can absolutely satisfy your appetite. It is worth mentioning that the seafood restaurant at the junction of Danjong Baggar Road and Nepal Road is the old site of Jinrikisha Station, and also the main transportation vehicle Huangbao Station at that time. There are still many trendy pubs and Karaok OK in Danjong Baggar District. And clubs. A place with Singapore flavor.
Danrong Bagg is not far from the water of the ox cart, so it is similar in architectural style. It is about two stories high. There are arched pillars below. The arcade in the pillars protects pedestrians from the sun and rain. The neat rows of coconut trees on the road are beautiful to put together with the rows of small buildings.
The Green Line EW15 Tanjong Pagar Station is surrounded by many hotels and gourmet foods. Maxwell's Maxwell Food Center has a lot of similar big stalls. The local people have a lot of nights. They are very busy and cheap. Nearby, you can walk to Chinatown Niucheshui Food Street.
Danrong Bagg is a typical community in Chinatown. It has unique architecture, pleasure in residence and food, and is convenient for the bustling of Chinatown Center. There's not much to see here, unless you're buying a wedding dress or choosing a fancy restaurant for dinner, there's a whole line of boutiques selling wedding dresses.
When I work, I often mix here, there is the highest and largest government building in Singapore, which is really shocking at first sight; this is the most concentrated place for wedding photography in Singapore, and there are many wedding dress shops in contrast; there is an old bus brake, where there is a small place, but the kind of delicatessen center upstairs is really rich; there is a slip of fruit stall in front of the old bus brake, especially fresh, you are in the new place. Tropical fruits can be found almost everywhere in Singapore. Metro Green Line goes straight here, near Raffles and Bullcart Water. It's worth visiting.
Danrongbago is Singapore's busiest and liveliest place, because it has many characteristic restaurants and shopping shops, so it attracts many tourists from all over the world to visit it, as well as a large number of renovated old houses, which look very beautiful and worthy of recommendation.