Keong Saik Road is a one-way street that is located in Singapore’s Chinatown. The road connects New Bridge Road to Neil Road, and is intersected by Kreta Ayer Road. Just to give as a road reference. The street is named after a Chinese businessman from the early twentieth century, in memory of his contribution to the Chinese community.
Around the years’ 60 Keong Saik Road became a major red-light district, with a high concentration of brothels which were in the three-story space in buildings that run all the way. As expected, these brothels were managed by Sio Loh Kuan, a secret criminal society that operated in Singapore.Read More »Singapore: Keong Saik Road