Amoy Street was one of the foremost streets developed under Sir Stamford Raffle’s Plan of 1822, and today stands as part of the heritage of Singapore. Known as 厦门街, or Xiamen Street, for most of the 19th century, this street was named after the Xiamen Port where most Hokkien Chinese immigrants embarked their ships for a trip to Singapore.
In its early years, Amoy Street was famous (infamous) for its opium and gambling dens. Fast forward almost two centuries, and Amoy Street’s heritage-marked and restored shophouses now houses swanky restaurants and boutique offices.
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