Are you a homebuyer looking to find a place near quaint cafes, artisanal coffee, quirky shops and cool bars? Here you’ll find our Top Five picks for hipster neighbourhoods we simply can’t get enough of
This 1930s housing estate has been transformed into a hipster hangout spot while still retaining its residential village vibe. It all started when indie bookstore BooksActually and cafe 40 Hands opened on Yong Siak Street. Since then, several other cafes and boutiques have moved to Tiong Bahru such as PS Cafe Petit, Plain Vanilla Cupcakes and Flock Cafe.
Here are some of the homes you can consider around Tiong Bahru:
Central Green Condominium
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Packed with trendy eateries and posh cocktail bars, Keong Saik has become Singapore’s latest hotspot. Located in the former red light district, it has since been revamped into a bustling nightlife destination. If you are up for a drink, you can hop into different bars through the night such as The Library and Potato Head Folk. If you are craving gourmet food, Lollapalooza or Esquina are great options to choose from!
Are you a coffee addict? Jelan Besar, a historical neighbourhood, has turned into a trendy neighbourhood filled with cafes that serves up artisanal coffee. Littered with cafes such as Chye Seng Huat Hardware, it is the go to spot for a quick coffee fix. Craving some desserts? Places such as Butter Studio will satisfy you with their Salted Caramel Red Velvet cupcakes.
Besides these trendy cafes, Jalan Besar is also a great place for local eats such as Sungei Road Laksa’s old-school laksa and even the famous dim sum restaurant, Swee Choon.
Here are some of the homes you can consider around Jalan Besar:
City Square Residences
Sam Leong Mansion
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The vibrant and graffiti sprawled shophouses has always been the heart of Singapore’s indie scene. Lined with quirky shops, trendy bars and cafes, Haji Lane still remains popular with Singaporeans and tourists. One quirky cafe that offers yoga classes and live music is Going Om. Haji Lane is also lined with independent local fashion labels to check out. If you are looking into getting a traditional shave or haircut, Hounds of the Baskervilles is the place to go.
Everton Park has a growing community of coffee shops, boutiques and bakeries. It is one of Singapore’s oldest HDB estates but don’t let the facade fool you. With places such as Grin Affair and Seriously Ice Cream, it is the place to get your dessert fix.
Here are some of the homes you can consider around Everton Park:
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