Let’s Explore Tiong Bahru with Car-Sharing!

A quaint, leafy neighborhood with plenty of boutiques, bakeries and cozy cafes, no wonder Tiong Bahru has become the go-to spot for the younger crowd.  

Source

This indie bookstore boasts the largest local literature collection in Singapore. From popular authors like Murakami, to local ones like Cyril Wong, BooksActually has you covered. It sports a vintage design, providing visitors with a pleasurable book-browsing experience.

It also plays host to book launches, poetry reading sessions and local exhibitions. Do keep an eye out for its unique book vending machine.

BooksActually 9 Yong Siak St. Singapore 168645

Source

Cute and quaint, Plain Vanilla Bakery exudes the same rustic charms characteristic of its neighborhood. Famed for their fluffy cupcakes with the right balance of sweetness, do come earlier as they are known to sell out before 6pm.

Plain Vanilla Baker1D Yong Siak St. Singapore 168641

Source

It takes three days to prepare its legendary curry. That is the claim from Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice. Tucked into a kopitiam on the corner of Seng Poh road and Eng Watt street, the stall has been around since 1946. The most popular combo? Hainanese breaded pork chop coupled with cabbage, and sambal sotong.

Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice 71 Seng Poh Rd. Singapore 160071

Source

Qi Tian Gong Temple was founded in the 1920s, and is the first in Singapore to be dedicated to the monkey god. Gold dragons and stone lions guard its entrance. Visit the temple during the first and eight lunar months to witness lion dances and street opera performances held in honor of the deity’s birthday.

Qi Tian Gong Temple 44 Eng Hoon St. Singapore 169786

Sign-up Now to Experience Tiong Bahru with Car-Sharing!

Share This: