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The Baba House

The Baba House

The Baba House

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The Baba House
Many years ago the dimly-lit yet elegant Baba House was merely four units of colonial shop-houses. Located along Jalan Tun Cheng Lock, which plays host to a row of restored Peranakan shop-houses, this three-star venture is only a stone’s throw away from the renowned Jonker Street. The recently-renovated establishment, which features beautiful tile work, heavily-embellished hardwood furniture and engraved panels, has a beautiful interior courtyard. This chinoiserie enclave’s windowless guestrooms are not as glitzy as the lobby but they’re cosy and comfortab

Published on 9/25/11

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