ROCHOR A Place of culture & TRADITION

Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple is of significance to the Chinese in Singapore, and is believed to bring worshippers good luck after praying to the Kuan Yin
A worshiper praying to Kwan Yin for good luck, health and prosperity
The Chinese Calligraphy Society teaches Chinese calligraphy to the new generation, passing on this ancient art that represents Chinese culture
A Feng Shui master giving his customer advice on her wealth, health, luck, and prosperity etc.
An uncle selling traditional drinks such as bandung.
Masjid Abdul Gaffor Mosque is a national monument of Singapore that welcomes both visitors and devout pilgrims
An uncle riding a trishaw, a traditional way of transport in the olden times of Singapore.
Ending off our journey with a stroll through Bugis Street, with a unique design selling many traditional items from all races, Rochor is definitely a place with much traditional value which has many must visit places not only for tourists but for locals as well.

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