Under The Radar: Enjoy the old-school charm and hidden gems of Whampoa

Whampoa Makan Place at Block 90 Whampoa Drive is a food haven. ST PHOTO: HEDY KHOO
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SINGAPORE - Famous for its rojak and fish soup, the hawker centre at Block 90 Whampoa Drive has been a stomping ground for foodies for decades.

Now called Whampoa Makan Place, the food centre occupies the location of the now defunct Rayman Market which was opened in 1952, according to the National Heritage Board's website roots.sg.

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