Traipsing around Tiong Bahru

May hasn’t been a merry month so far 😦 Once again, the flu bug hit and everyone got sick – at least once. As B and I are still recovering, I decided some fresh air and a little exploring would do us good. So we headed to Tiong Bahru: B liked the tilting train though the slides and flying foxes were challenging for a 2.5 year old – thankfully it was cloudy, the park looks like it could get real hot! Later on, we strolled through the neighbourhood, stopping by Wu Hu Aquarium (oddly, B wanted to eat fish after this!), Woods in the Books and Tiong Bahru Bakery. Will be back next time to visit Ah Chiang’s Porridge, Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice, Flock or PoTeaTo (with or without B, haha)

Tiong Bahru Park Adventure Playground
Tiong Bahru Park Adventure Playground
Looking down at the mini maze and old school merry-go-round
Looking down at the mini maze and old school merry-go-round
Happy (but now skinny) boy

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4 thoughts on “Traipsing around Tiong Bahru”

    1. The park is probably 10 min walk from Tiong Bahru MRT. When you exit, head towards Lower Delta Road, cross over and you should see it. The train playground area is towards the other end. Don’t go on a (too) hot sunny day! The hipster cafes and market are all opposite the Tiong Bahru MRT and Plaza. We entered via Kim Tian Road, and then walked around Eng Hoon, Seng Poh, Yong Siak, etc. Foody heaven!

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