The Hidden Charms of Tiong Bahru with Transfers!

$ 131.68 / AED 483.25 per person

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

  • Explore Tiong Bahru Market, built in 1955 - the first modern market to be built in a housing estate
  • Stroll past some of the best hawker stalls for local culinary delights.
  • Visit the 90-year-old Qi Tian Gong Temple, Singapore’s oldest temple honoring the Monkey God
  • Taste delicious baked goodies at Galicier Pastry which spans four generations

Activity Schedule

9:15am. So there's no rush, please arrive at the start point 30 minutes early.

Overview

There’s something for every history buff, foodie and shopaholic on this guided tour through the iconic Tiong Bahru area in Singapore. Enjoy stunning view of the Singapore landscape from the 50th storey skybridge of The Pinnacles at Duxton which takes the title of being the world’s tallest public housing project. Thereafter, prepare your senses for a visit to Tiong Bahru, one of Singapore’s oldest public housing estate built in the 1920s. Tiong Bahru has creatively evolved into a unique neighbourhood that balances heritage and swanky hipster lifestyle.

With an abundance of hip cafes, indie boutiques and iconic wall murals, it’s no wonder that Tiong Bahru is a favourite haunt of many local artists, creatives and culture lovers. One of Singapore’s oldest housing estates, this district has been transformed over the years into a neighbourhood where the contemporary and the traditional merge into a seamless blend. Visit the local bakery where time stood still and taste traditional nyonya kuehs and retro cakes.

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