Shophouses are vernacular architectural buildings found in Southeast Asia, particularly Singapore and Penang.

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Shophouses are vernacular architectural buildings found in Southeast Asia, particularly Singapore and Penang. They are typically two or three stories high, with a shop on the ground floor and a residence above. Shophouses, like row houses in England and townhouses in the U.S. The uits abut each other so as to form rows with a regular facade. As its name suggests a shophouse often contains a shop with a separate residential space.
Location: Singapore