Tiong Bahru

No venue in Singapore charms quite like Tiong Bahru – where history meets modernity – and every corner in this now 2,042 apartment estate bears significant milestones of Singapore. Built in the late 1930s, the International Style architecture that emphasizes on form and functionality is now preserved by the National Heritage Board. Refreshed in white, the contemporary yet nostalgic architecture of the endearing Tiong Bahru Estate makes an attractive spot to travelers. While there is no denying that the weather can get rather humid in the afternoon, we highly recommend these spots to cool down and savour the old Tiong Bahru flavor. From cafes to small boutiques and book store, here is our guided list of what the estate has to offer.

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