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Home to both local families and transient expats, Tiong Bahru is a fascinating mix of tradition and youthful creativity. Its status as a conservation area ensures that this little hub has charm and heritage on display at every corner, while the 1930s art deco architecture provides a glimpse of days gone by. Stock up on fresh tropical fruits at the wet market, browse high quality literature and children’s books, shop for interesting gifts and local fashion, or munch on bargain-priced hawker food as the aroma of frying noodles and fresh-brewed coffee wafts through the air. Cap your day with a massage and a latte, a glass of wine, or a pain au chocolat from one of the many busy bakeries. An afternoon in this vibrant and beautiful neighborhood is not to be missed.
if there is one place you need to go in singapore for classy antiquity, exquisite fabrics and contemporary art please make a beeline to this quaint little gallery i discovered recently! Degiosart is set in this lovely part of town, it's like a restored district where you could loiter around for a full day The neighbourhood buzzes with quaint cares...
An eclectic mix of works from around the world. Good for a short visit if you are in the vicinity. Was walking around and stumbled onto this gallery, but glad that we did. some nice interior design pieces too
"First class genuine Greek fare in a lovely setting "
reviewed 1 week ago by FranTan2000
First thing you will notice is the striking fit out and presentation of the restaurant. Lovely decore and furniture set the scene.
The Greek food itself is superb and genuine with many options on the menu. We had top shelf octopus and sides.
Staff were welcoming with the service being prompt, polite and attentive. The wine list was varied, catering...
Have not been back to their tiong bahru outlet for a while but quality of food and service is still good. Had their Angus beef and seared tuna, both were delicious. Everything was nicely cooked and well balanced. Service was also friendly and professional. Not cheap but good value. Another pleasant experience.
Head out of central Singapore and into the 'burbs and you'll find the Tiong Bahru district, or more specifically the Tiong Bahru Hawker/Food Centre. The question is not what to have, as there is all sorts of Asian 'goodies' to be had here, it is how much and knowing when to say 'enough'. Food stalls galore here, all clean, as...
I have stayed at the Nostalgia Hotel for over 10 years. It has a great location, close to restaurants, shopping & easy access to both public transport & taxis. The service has always been good, staff friendly & helpful, the rooms & bathrooms are small but sufficient for a single traveler. It is well priced & good value for money
We stayed here for 2 months this year. Overall our stay was very comfortable, but we did find that we had to keep reporting minor problems, so cannot give the hotel 5 stars. First the good points:
Short walk from Tiong Bahru Food Centre
Bus 123 goes straight to Sentosa
It’s well served by buses, but you need to take...
Previously known as Wangz Hotel (one of the best luxury boutique hotel in Singapore) has recently changed to Ascott Management and classified under Citadines which is weird.
I've been wanting to try Wangz in the past. Booked the Premier Room that comes with a big tub. Gotta say, it's truly one of the nicer designed rooms I've stay. It's truly...
"Average hotel; good location if you want to explore Tiong Bahru"
reviewed June 10, 2019 by Dianne209
I booked this hotel because it’s near Singapore General Hospital (a few minutes walk), where I attended a conference. The hotel is located close to the Tiong Bahru hawker center, as well as several interesting restaurants and cafes. It’s also near a bus stop. Outram Park MRT Station is a bit further away, but walkable.
We had booked a twin...