Things To Do
The neighbourhood wows with its unique history, architecture and proudly stands as the first housing estate to be built in Singapore. Amidst this backdrop, the area is alive with chic cafés, foodies hunt and eclectic boutique shops.
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Tips For Tourists/ Travellers
- Wear a mask at all times
- Do not talk on public transport
- Wash your hands often and maintain good personal hygiene
- Practice safe distancing whenever possible
- Remember to carry around an umbrella (it's the rainy season now)
Discover Beautiful Wall Murals
Savour Local Hawker Fare
Some of our top picks include Chwee Kueh - steamed rice cakes coupled with preserved radish, Lor Mee - wide yellow noodles topped with thick gravy, as well as Ice Kachang - a dessert made from various ingredients such as red beans and jelly, topped with shaved ice and colourful syrup.
Visit Cultural Heritage Sites
Relax at Neighbourhood Cafes
With all types of food to be found, you can also be sure to find food that fits your palate perfectly. The cafes are also ideal spots to relax at after exploring the rich and vibrant neighbourhood of Tiong Bahru.