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Jurong Instawalk Recap - 9 Spots Worth The Journey To The West

#Instawalk at Jurong - an estate more interesting than you think   Most know Jurong as Singapore’s ulu industrial area - or with the recent shopping mall additions, the West siders’ version of Orchard Road. But bigger things are in store for this estate. What you’ll see in this Instawalk is...
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9 Underrated Things To Do in Jurong That Will Make You Jealous Of West-Siders

Jurong - more than just ‘ulu’   Singapore may only be 719.7 km² small, but that’s big enough for an East/West rivalry to develop. The evidence: West Sucks Stories - a Tumblr blog dedicated to proving East > West - and its rival, West Shiock Stories. As a born and bred...
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Tiong Bahru #InstaWalk Recap - Heritage Within The Heartlands

tiong bahru market group photoThe great Tiong Bahru Insta-venture   Think Tiong Bahru, and the first things that pop into most of our heads are cafes, bookstores and quaint alleys that make insta-worthy OOTD shots. But this estate goes beyond its hipsterville facade. Despite being one of the first public housing estates to be built...
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10 Places That Prove Tiong Bahru Is More Than Just Hipster

tiong bahru adventure playgroundTiong Bahru - heritage within the heartlands   Ah, Tiong Bahru - the seemingly ‘hipster’ neighbourhood that everyone knows and loves. Prior to getting the opportunity to explore this estate for myself, I only knew Tiong Bahru for two things: cafés and bookstores. But I stand corrected. Turns out, it has...
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Bedok #InstaWalk Recap - 8 Unexpected Spots You Can Explore In The Heartlands

Multipurpose housing estates in the heartlands   Bedok Mall’s inception was probably the only reason that more Easties began frequenting the heartland town. But what a lot of us don’t know is that Bedok’s heartlands serve more purpose than just housing residents. From community spaces catalysed by people into hangout spots...
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A One-Of-A-Kind Instawalk Through Singapore's Countryside at Lim Chu Kang

Apollo AquariumDelving into Lim Chu Kang’s secrets   Call me the LCK whisperer, because I’m now approximately 75% more knowledgeable about this area than I was before. Tucked away at the edge of what seems to be the longest straight road in Singapore is Lim Chu Kang - the secret gem of...
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TSL's Next Instawalk Is Your Only Chance To See These Farms Of Our Countryside

seng choonLim Chu Kang - an ulu slice of Singapore’s rusticity   Singapore may be small, but there’s no lack of places to go, off the beaten track. Join us as we lace up our explorer boots in search of new nooks. Lim Chu Kang, for instance, is an area that remains...
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This Instagram Walk Through Little India Is Unlike Anything You've Seen In Singapore

coverExploring Little India on an #InstaWalk     We associate Little India with authentic Indian cuisine, fabric shops and flower garland vendors, but these trades, make Little India a place most of us visit only when we really have to. A typical millennial like myself has only two reasons to visit...
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10 Sides Of Little India You Never Saw On Your P5 School Excursions

umbrella treeLittle India: more than just Mustafa Centre and spices   For the longest time, Little India was a buzzing place I only visited when I really had to. Apart from a 3-hour hunt for a punjabi costume for Racial Harmony Day, my only other experience at Little India was when my...
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Punggol #InstaWalk Recap - 12 Sights That Make This Eco-Friendly Town Worth Exploring

Venture forth to this evolving town   Mention Punggol to someone and they’re likely to say that it’s ulu. While it was once true - it was a sleepy fishing village in the past - the Punggol of today is a modern town with plenty of places for Singaporeans to live,...
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