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N9 Neighbourhood

A Singapore City retreat that promises unabashed luxury and street savvy urban smarts. Our team have curated the ultimate guide for your stay. Cue the N9 – Naumi Nine, a handpicked, tried & tested list of the nine best. From the best eateries and cultural historical gems, to shopping malls, fashion boutiques and the most ‘gram-worthy spots in the neighbourhood.

Walk this way. Relax, enjoy and stay like a local.

A home-grown fashion brand made by a local for a local, empowering women in confidence with love.

Cider-turned-craft-beer distributors The Mad Tapper is responsible for this outlet, which runs the gamut from crisp pilsners to funky Berliner Weisse, and dishes out Asian grub. Find a nook in the room and settle in – it’s pretty cosy up here. 

A one-of-a-kind cafe and bar on Purvis Street, featuring over 350 board games, our favourite comfort foods with a playful twist, beer on tap, signature cocktails and locally-roasted coffee. 

Find anything and everything in this contemporary lifestyle shop. A reflection of the Asian culture meets the West to fit in today’s modern scene.

Home to artistic wall murals and scrumptious food, be sure to snap a picture and fill your stomach.

Enter a new world with their western-styled designs and art. Do not be surprised as waiters and bartenders serve you in their tuxedos.

Check out the world’s largest public display of modern Southeast Asian art at the National Gallery Singapore.

While chef Kinki has gone fishing, the Geisha has taken over and given Kinki a makeover in her image. Step into the heart of her eclectic personality and vibrant energy, but be careful – she might just be your new addiction.

Named one of the top ten gourmet restaurants in the world by The New York Times, you can’t miss it!

Distinctive. Dynamic. Contemporary. These artworks are waiting for you to visit them and show your love and interest.

Reflecting the informal street dining culture of Central Mexico, Papi’s Tacos represents the long-awaited arrival of authentic, fuss-free Mexican fare in the Lion City.

Taking it’s name from the 40 hands it takes to produce a coffee from bean to cup, the cafe breathed new life into the once sleepy neighbourhood of Tiong Bahru with it’s delicious specialty coffee, tasty Australian style brunch and friendly, personal service.