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Singapore, Singapore
1.3521° N, 103.8198° E
Changi International Airport
GMT +8:00
Singapore Dollar
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Tiong Bahru

Tiong Bahru is one of the oldest residential areas in Singapore. Since undergoing a recent makeover, the neighbourhood has been known as the hippest place in Singapore brimming with hipster cafes and restaurants flourishing all around. Some of the popular spots here are the Tiong Bahru Bakery and the BooksActually bookstore.

  1. Tiong Bahru Market
    Right at the centre of Tiong Bahru is a traditional-inspired market. Tiong Bahru Market functions as a daily needs market as well as a centre for street food. If you’re looking to find some of the best traditional local snacks such as chwee kueh (steamed rice cakes topped with pickled raddish) and lor mee (braised noodles), this is the place to be!

  3. Curated Records
    A must-visit for indie music lovers, especially those visiting the Laneway Festival, this place has a lot to offer. True to its namesake, Curated Records in Tiong Bahru offers an extensive collection of carefully curated vinyls of indie artists from all over the world. With prices starting at SGD 27, make sure to bring more money because most visitors end up shopping more than they intended.

  5. The Tiong Bahru Trail
    With Tiong Bahru’s recent reputation as a place sprawling with cafes and hipster stores catering many Singaporean youngsters, the area is still one of the oldest areas in Singapore. Going through many faces of restorations, visitors can still explore Tiong Bahru’s streets that are mostly kept as they were before. Expect photo-worthy spots that are rich in culture and tradition throughout.
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