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Amoy Street
Ann Siang Hill
Ann Siang Road
Anson Road
Banda Street
Boon Tat Street
Bukit Pasoh Road
Cantonment Road
Chin Chew Street
Chin Swee Road
Chinatown Food Street
Club Street
Craig Road
Cross Street
Duxton Hill
Duxton Road
Erskine Road
Eu Tong Sen Street
Gemmill Lane
Hokien Street
Jiak Chuan Road
Kadayanallur Street
Keong Saik Road
Kreta Ayer Road
Maxwell Road
McCallum Street
Mosque Street
Murray Street
Nankin Street
Neil Road
New Bridge Road
New Market Road
North Bridge Road
North Canal Road
Pagoda Street
Park Road
Pickering Street
Sago Lane
Sago Street
Smith Street
South Bridge Road
Stanley Street
Tanjong Pagar Road
Teck Lim Road
Telok Ayer Street
Temple Street
Teo Hong Road
Tras Street
Trengganu Street
Upper Cross Street
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7 Eleven
50 Club Street, Singapore 069427
w: www.7-eleven.com.sg
t: +65-6227-0481      
83 Club Street
83 Club Street, Singapore 069451
w: www.83clubstreet.com
t: +65-6690-7563      
e: info@deliciae.sg
90 Club Street, Singapore 069458
w: www.ohpluck.com
t: +65-6225-8286      
e: hello@ohpluck.com
Art Liquor
96 Club Street
w: www.facebook.com/artliquor
t: +65-6224-2227      
Aston Blake
89 Club Street, Singapore 069457
w: www.astonblake.com
t: +65-6337-3504      
e: info@astonblake.com
Bar Naked
95 Club Street, Singapore 069463
t: +65-6423-4695      
Barrio Chino
60 Club Street, Singapore 069435
t: +65-6324-3245      
46 Club Street, Singapore 069423
w: www.bartini.com.sg
t: +65-6221-1025      
e: info@bartini.com.sg
Cugini Trattoria Pizzeria
87 Club Street, Singapore 069455
w: www.cugini.com.sg
t: +65-6221-3791       f: +65-6221-3798      
e: cugini@singnet.com.sg
Da Paolo
80 Club Street, Singapore 069448
w: www.dapaolo.com.sg
t: +65-6479-6059      
Drinks & Co.
44 Club Street, Singapore 069421
w: www.drinksandco.asia
t: +65-6222-2005      
e: info@drinksandco.asia
Fiore Dorato
48 Club Street, Singapore 069425
w: www.fioredorato.com.sg
t: +65-6538-7227       f: +65-6536-7227      
e: info@fioredorato.com.sg
FRY Bistro
96B Club Street, Singapore 068464
t: +65-8418-5995      
FRY Bistro
96B Club Street
w: www.frybistro.wordpress.com
t: +65-9487-1287      
Heritage Marker SB36 - Club Street
Club Street
HQ Karaoke & Bar
95 Club Street
w: www.HQKaraokeBar.wordpress.com
t: +65-9792-2990      
IndoChine Restaurant
47 Club Street #02, Singapore 069424
w: www.indochine-group.com
t: +65-6323-0503      
58 Club Street, Singapore 069433
w: www.innate.com.sg
t: +65-6835-9538      
e: info@innate.com.sg
IZY Dining And Bar
27 Club Street, Singapore 069413
w: www.izy.com.sg
t: +65-9678-0027      
e: 27@izy.com.sg
Jerry's Barbeque & Grill
92 Club Street, Singapore 069460
w: www.jerrybbq.com
t: +65-6323-4550      
Koi Sushi + Izakaya
89 Club Street, Singapore 069457
t: +65-6225-5915      
85 Club Street, Singapore 069453
w: www.langelus.sg
t: +65-6225-6897      
Los Primos
81 Club Street #01-01, Singapore 069449
w: www.losprimos.com.sg
t: +65-6423-1773      
e: enquiry@losprimos.com.sg
87 Club Street, Singapore 069455
w: www.mangiatutto.com.sg
t: +65-6221-3791       f: +65-6221-3798      
e: cugini@singnet.com.sg
My Little Tapas Bar
42 Club Street, Singapore 069420
w: www.mylittletapasbar.com.sg
t: +65-6223-8048      
e: contactus@mylittletapasbar.com.sg
My Thology
88 Club Street, Singapore 069456
w: www.my-thology.com
t: +65-6223-5570      
e: shop@my-thology.com
Ninetyfour Club Street
94 Club Street, Singapore 069462
w: www.ninetyfour.sg
t: +65-6534-2607      
e: info@ninetyfour.sg
Noti Restaurant & Bar
54 Club Street, Singapore 069431
t: +65-6222-0089      
One28 Café
31 Club Street #01=-02, Singapore 069468
t: +65-8321-7354      
Oriental Traditional Therapy
25 Club Street #01-01, Singapore 069412
t: +65-6735-1101      
93 Club Street, Singapore 069461
t: +65-6438-2185      
SaVanh Bistro & Lounge
47 Club Street, Singapore 069424
w: www.indochine-group.com
t: +65-6323-0503      
Senso Ristorante & Bar
21 Club Street, Singapore 069410
w: www.senso.sg
t: +65-6224-3534       f: +65-6224-5508      
e: reservation@senso.com.sg
Si Wei Yan
1 Club Street, Singapore 069400
t: +65-6221-6836      
29 Club Street, Singapore 069414
w: www.spizza.sg
t: +65-6224-2525      
Stevie General Store
93 Club Street, Singapore 069461
w: /www.steviegeneralstore.com
t: +65-6536-8590      
The Bucket List Bar
83 Club Street, Singapore 069451
w: www.deliciae.sg
t: +65-6690-7563      
e: severine.jelineau@deliciae.sg
The Pass
93 Club Street, Singapore 069461
w: www.facebook.com/thepass93/timeline?ref=page_internal
t: +65-6635-7214      
e: info@thepass.sg
88 Club Street, Singapore 069456
w: WWW.trolley.com.sg
t: +65-6220-6898      
e: info@trolley.com.sg
Zone Felice Hair Boutique
86 Club Street, Singapore 069429
w: www.zonafelice.com.sg
t: +65-6423-0306      
e: zonefelice86@gmail.com
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Heritage Marker SB36 - Club Street
Learn more about Chinatown's rich history by visiting our Heritage Markers. Installed at places of historical significance around Chinatown, each plaque provides a short history of the location in three languages - English, Simplified Chinese and Japanese.

Legend has it that a big gate once stood at the junction of Upper Cross Street and Club Street. Although the existence of the gate is dubious, what it symbolized most certainly was not. Club Street was traditionally the haven for trade guilds and elitist social clubs. The pinnacle of Club Street society was the Chinese Weekly Entertainment Club, which hosted all the grandest events and admitted only English-speaking Straits Chinese. Its social events were glorious. Sir Song Ong Siang, the first Chinese to receive a knighthood, recounts a fifth-anniversary fancy dress ball where guests came as kings, queens and sultans. The trade guilds on Club Street were much humbler organizations, but not less esteemed. They were the only associations in 19th and early 20th century Singapore that were not run on kinship but by profession.

Several Indonesian Malay communal houses, known as pondok, were on Club Street, of which Pondok Peranakan Gelam is the sole survivor. The original Pondok Gelam was on 64 Club Street; today the clubhouse is on Hong Lim Green. It was a self-contained community with its own social system. Married couples dwelled on upper floors, while children and single adults lived on lower levels.
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