Geylang is a legal red light district, made up of 42 streets, known as lorongs in Malay. But it is famous for being a food paradise. Stroll into the odd-numbered lorongs; that's where you'll find eateries and restaurants. Along with eateries and coffee shops, Geylang also has karaoke lounges. Here's where you can join the foodies tucking into local favorites-
Durian dish called Chee Cheong Fun Jia Ping Porridge House, opposite Lorong 11)
Stir-fried beef Kway Teow (flat, broad rice noodles) Geylang Famous Beef Kway Teow (Lorong 9)
Frog leg porridge, (only if you like experimenting with food) Eminent Frog Porridge
Hot soya bean curd and dough fritters. Yong He Eating House (between Lorong 9 and 11)
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